Kauai Real Estate Update, Poipu Crater Just Listed, Southwest Airlines Update

Kauai Real Estate SOLD and NEW listings Island Wide! Add comments

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Just Listed! Renovated-Airconditioned-Successful Vacation Rental at the Poipu Crater Resort. Click on the picture for a video tour and call me at 808-346-0056 for details on this lovely unit.

Kauai Real Estate Update 
For a listing update for the island of Kauai which will include the properties that just got listed, went into escrow and Sold for last week on the island click here: Kauai Real Estate Update

Poipu Beach Real Estate- I just listed Poipu Crater #20.  The Poipu Crater consists of 15 Polynesian style buildings that have 2 townhomes in each of them spread out over 7.5 acres.  Unit #20 has been renovated and air-conditioning was just installed last month, this unit is completely turn-key and is stunning.  Contact me for details and take a video tour of the unit by clicking on the photo.
To find out what has been happening in the Fee Simple market since January 1 of this year click here: Poipu Beach Current Market Analysis

Kiahuna Plantation Real Estate- My Kiahuna Plantation real estate page has been updated and you can access the year to date information here: Kiahuna Plantation Current Market Analysis

Kauai Makes Headlines With Highest Sale In The State
The buyer of a 15-acre oceanfront Hawaii estate sold for a record breaking $46.1 million and put Kauai in first place for the highest sale in 2018.  The Buyer is partnership owned by the majority owner of the NHL’s Vegas Golden Knights and former chairman of the board of Fidelity National Financial Inc., according to public documents.
The listing price for the estate was $70 million and they took a $23.9 million dollar cut to sell.  The sales price just edged by $1 million out the amount Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg paid in September to add to his 700 acres on Kauai.

To see this listing click here: Kilauea Estate $46.1 Million Dollar Sale

Southwest Airlines Update
Southwest Airlines’ service to Hawaii from California may begin in as little as two months, according to a recent interview with CEO Gary Kelly.
It’s all hanging on the issuance of a ETOPS certificate allowing them to fly over the Pacific and Kelly said that they are “very close” to gaining this approval, and expects to begin service during the peak winter season. Due to high demand for these new routes, service could begin weeks, not months, after sales begin.  “When we publish our schedule, it would not be unusual in a market like Hawaii for us to sell those flights out.”

The first phase of the airline’s Hawaii service will be routes from four California cities: Oakland, San Diego, San Jose and Sacramento. It plans on launching interisland service after it builds up frequency of its Mainland routes.
Hawaii may also experience the “Southwest Effect” – a phenomenon that brings low fares from the carrier’s competitors when it enters a new market. Kelly said that the airline’s competitive pricing, along with its high brand recognition, will make the new routes successful.

New Kauai Playground Makes The News
Anaian Hou playground marks the realization of a vision conceived more than five years ago by Hawai‘i Volcanic Beverages husband and wife co-founders and long time residents, Jason and Channon Donovan. Built almost entirely from recycled plastic and locally sourced non-toxic natural building materials, the new playground at Anaina Hou Community Park in Kilauea will take its keiki and adult explorers on a journey through the creation and history of the Hawaiian Islands.
In the center of the playground, there’s an impressive erupting volcano climbing structure. Next, explorers can imagine navigating the Pacific Ocean with the stars as their guide like the original Polynesian settlers did on a double-hulled Hawaiian ocean sailing canoe. Then, there’s an extensive multi-level ahupua‘a (mountain-to-ocean land area) themed structure ready for adventure. There are also sugarcane era trains, and many other fun surprises in store for young and old alike to discover together.

To see more on this playground visit: Anaina Hou Playground

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