8 08 2013

Land once deeded to King Kamehameha could now be your piece of paradise

Cliffs of Waipio

Cliffs of Waipio




This majestic six acre oceanfront property overlooks the sacred Valley of the Kings, Waipio Valley, one of the most famous and photographed views in all of the Hawaiian Islands. Waipio Valley is also where King Kamehameha the Great, who was raised there, defeated the ruling chiefs of the other islands in a decisive battle before uniting the islands under his rule.

Deeded at one time to King Kamehameha IV, this property sits on a bluff 600ft above Waipio Bay and is nestled in the community of Kukuihaele where the spirit of aloha is still very much alive. Honokaa is 5 minutes away, Waimea is a short 20 minute drive and Waipio Bay’s black sand beach, popular with local surfers, is very close by.

The architect designed custom-built home boasts incredible privacy as well as ocean, Maui, coast line and Waipio Bay views. Four of the 5 bedrooms have ocean views and the contemporary plantation style home includes high ceilings, beautiful coconut and mango cabinetry, elegant concrete floors, swimming pool, pool slide, waterfall and a hot tub. The magnificent kitchen, fit for the accomplished chief, includes 2 dishwashers, 2 microwaves, 2 ovens, a warming drawer and a huge pantry.

The entire property is lushly landscaped with a tropical fruit orchard that includes mango, grapefruit, orange, lilikoi, lime, fig, coconut, breadfruit, papaya, banana, avocado and jackfruit among others. Also included are permitted plans for a second dwelling (approx. 1,000sqft) which will enable the new owner to build a guest house or care takers cottage on the property.


This is TRULY a “ONE OF A KIND” opportunity to own and care for a unique piece of old Hawaii. To schedule a preview contact 808.345.2108 or email


MLS 265014 COM, RES A 17 3-4-8-7-31 FS $895,000 Waipio Valley Artworks Business and Real Estate For Sale 48-5416 Kukuihaele Rd 10,479 sqft 2,340 3/1.02

MLS 261232 RES A 170 3-4-7-1-30 FS $859,000 47-4578 Honokaa-waipio Rd 2.84 ac 2,304 4/4.00

MLS 256693 RES A 330 3-4-7-7-72 FS $895,000 36 Ac. Near Rim of Waipio Valley & Only 8 Miles from the Center of Waimea 47-5336 Waikoekoe 36.96 ac 1,280 2/2.00

MLS 259481 RES A 232 3-4-7-7-76 FS $1,650,000 8 Miles From the Center of Waimea; 29 Acres,​ Views of Waipio Valley 47-5254 Waikoekoe Ln 27.52 ac 2,192 2/2.00

MLS 260841 RES A 1087 3-4-8-7-11 FS $859,000 Motivated Seller -​ Bring All Offers 48-5452 Kukuihaele Rd 1.99 ac 4,444 6/7.00

Kohala Ranch Big Island of Hawaii Real Estate

21 06 2013

Like Oahu the Big Island has its own GOLD COAST “The Kohala Coast”. Along the Kohala Gold Coast there’s a private community with big blue skies and sweeping views of the Pacific. It’s Kohala Ranch and it offers the best of luxury, country living. At elevations ranging from 300 ft. to 3,000 ft. you can practically choose your climate. Closer to sea level the air is warm, but higher up the temperature is cooler and the foliage greener. Add on the view of Maui across the ocean and the towering Kohala Mountain Range and you’re talking about one of the most beautiful communities on the Big Island. At the moment our brokerage is listing two wonderful properties in Kohala Ranch. Each has the privacy of living in the country, but also offers the amities you’d find at a resort.

Kohala Ranch Lot 192 #B

Kohala Ranch Lot 192 #B

Kohala Ranch Lot 192 #B is a 3 bedroom/ 2 bath home on 1.80 acres of meticulously manicured grounds. Situated at an elevation of 900 ft this property enjoys an arid warm climate and wonderful sunsets. The first detail you’ll notice are the various shades of purple flowers blooming around the deck and spa. Inside you’ll find raised beam ceilings in the living area with slide-away doors that open up to the covered lanai. Tastefully tucked into the mountainside, this single-level home offers just the right balance of serenity and privacy.

59-1177 Kamakani Loop

59-1177 Kamakani Loop

59-1177 Kamakani Lot far away, at 59-1177 Kamakani Lp, we have an estate that is so well recognized it has been named Halehoaloha or House of Friends. This 5 bedroom/ 5.5 bath home has been constructed using the finest quality materials with attention to details and it has amenities you’d find at a four star resort. Situated on 11.75 acres in the lower section of The Summit, this property has cool breezes and unobstructed views of the Mauna Kea, Hualalai, Mauna Loa, and the island of Maui. The spacious living areas naturally flow to the covered lania. Outside you’ll find a 60 ft. heated lap pool, two koi ponds, and beautiful gardens with waterfall features and collectible botanical specimens. If you’re searching for excellence and elegance in a country setting, this property will exceed your expectations.

If you would like more information on any properties in Hawaii or even take a tour of some of the homes at Kohala Ranch please feel free to get in touch with me at 808.345.2108 or via email at

Until Next Time…A Hui Hou Renee

The Race to Buy a Condo in Kona-April 2013 Market data for Hawaii Island West Side

28 04 2013
Live Aloha

Live Aloha

April 28, 2013

It is becoming a competitive race to be the one getting the best deals on West Hawaii property lately. There are currently only 25 oceanfront units on the market available for purchase stretching from Keauhou Resort on up to Waikoloa Resort area. Of these 25 units there is just one unit in the South Kohala Resort available (Hali’i Kai). The remaining 24 oceanfront units range in price from $263,000.00 (Kailua-Kona) to $1,475,000.00 (located in the Hali’i Kai complex in Waikoloa Resort). Average DOM (Days on Market) for all these units is 160. There are a total of 6 oceanfront units that are contingent/under contract all located in the Kailua-Kona vicinity. The fact that there is only one oceanfront unit in the South Kohala markets indicates wiki wiki (fast) movement and Buyers are ready to jump on great deals. As far as all other condos available there are 103 units available in the Kailua-Kona vicinity 56 contingent under contract which is a huge improvement and increase as compared to this same time last year. In the South Kohala markets which also includes the Waikoloa Village area there are 120 condos on the market the lowest priced at $110,000.00 (Waikoloa Village) to $3,950.000.00 Halia Hale At Kaunaoa (Mauna Kea Resort area). Currently 60 units contingent/under contract in this region. In the Kailua-Kona vicinity there are 103 units available DOM avergae 180 with 60 contingent/under contract 6 of which are located in the resort communities of Hualalai Four Seasons and Kukio.

Hualalai as seen from Waikoloa Resort

Hualalai as seen from Waikoloa Resort

Residential and land sales are seeing greater movement as our inventory levels have depreciated significantly from the same time last year. At certain list prices multi offer situations are definately happening and have risen from the $325,000.00 average up to the mid $500,000.00 range depending on the overall value in condition and location.

In my upcoming May report (in just a few days) I will focus on the residential and vacant land markets and bring you up to speed. If you have immediate questions on specific subdivisions, condo projects and other area of interests please don’t hesitate to contact me.

I will be unfolding my new and improved Search Hawaii Real Estate website by the middle to end of June. My domain has been and will always remain and until my site is completed it is temporarily pointed at our MacArthur Sotheby’s International website. I am very excited for the new and improved site and can’t wait for what I consider will be a wonderful way to share the tools you will need to find your piece of paradise here in Hawaii.

Have a wonderful rest of April.

Until next time…A Hui Hou, Renee

West Hawaii listed inventory depreciates nearly 47%

9 03 2013

Hawaii Coconut Real Estate News

The inventory for properties for sale in West Hawaii has depreciated nearly 47% between 2009 and 2013. Pricing is still low and many incredible deals to be made. Multiple offers are more and more common these days especially on properties priced correctly or even a little below asking will end up getting the Seller favorable pricing. Spring is just 12 days away time for Buyers seeking available properties to move quickly!!!

Includes Kukio/Palisades/Holualoa/Kailua-Kona/Keauhou

234 active residential listings
155 active condo listings
191 under contract
Highest Listed Residential Listing: Kukio $25,000,000
Lowest Listed Residential Listing: Lono Kona Subdivision $126,885
Highest Listed Condo $5,995,000 Kukio Beach Cottages
Lowest Listed Condo $115,000 Kona Bali Kai

Includes Puako/Mauna Kea Resort/Mauna Lani Resort/Waikoloa Resort/Waikoloa Village/Waimea-dry side

132 active residential listings
142 active condo listings
94 under contract
Highest Listed Residential Listing $12,900,000 Bluffs at Mauna Kea Resort
Lowest Listed Residential Listing $158,000 Waimea-dry side
Highest Listed Condo $4,300,000 Kaunaoa at Mauna Kea Resorts
Lowest Listed Condo $125,000 Waikoloa Village

March 9, 2013 (data from Hawaii ReSearch database)

If you are interested to know whats on the market receive free reports or if thinking about selling call 808.345.2108

Until Next Time A Hui Hou Renee

Hawaii Real Estate Renee H. Kraft R(s)

9 02 2013

Born and raised on the island of Oahu Renee got her start in the real estate industry while in college at the University of Hawaii at Manoa in 1992. She worked as a property management assistant at the top real estate firm on Oahu at that time for four years. From 1996-2003 she left the islands for Denver, Colorado and San Diego, CA where she studied computer technology and networking systems. She then returned to a place close to her heart from childhood, the Kona Coast in 2003. “Kona is a very special place where I have spent years since my childhood visiting from Oahu to one of our families second homes. I am fortunate to live and work in a place where I love with all my heart.” She says there is nothing more adrenalin pumping then making deals happen for her clients.

She spends time between Oahu and the Big island making real estate dreams happen to those who travel from all over the world. “Real estate is a tough business. It requires you to be completely client-focused, to think on your feet, and to maintain a large portfolio of properties you may need to show at a moment’s notice”. Working at a premiere agency as MacArthur and Company Sotheby’s International Realty allows her to have a portfolio of inventory ready for a wealth of investors. “Real Estate also requires persistence and business-savvy”. She graduated the University of Hawaii at Manoa with degree’s in Psychology and Economics. Education never stops for her. In the next coming months she plans to take her brokers examination having recently passed the brokers pre-licensing exam.

“Hawaii and the community in which I live is very important to me. Hawaii is my lifelong home and giving back just makes sense. I have roots here and always will. In high school at the Hawaii School for Girls La Pietra, community service was instilled in our education from 7th grade till graduating. I am so grateful for what we learned so many years ago that is apart of my everyday life as an adult. My school taught me critical thinking skills and with that how to be confident in who I am and what I want. What a lifelong gift especially when you don’t even realize they were instilling in us all those great skills for down the road! Education is a gift that I am fortunate to have had some of the best. Business life and managing the nature of the business with innovative approaches to social media and technology is critical. Knowing the inventory is utmost in real estate. You never know when a client is ready to pull the trigger. Technology and keeping up with the pulse of the housing market is also critical”.

So how does she account for her success? She’s persistent, tenacious, and she works nonstop, and she’s also very savvy with social media. Renee specializes in luxury properties and estates, second homes and investments. Working in the Hawaii luxury market niche is a globally rich desired market and always keeps me busy. I was blessed and fortunate to have a privileged upbringing in Hawaii which accounts for my hard working ethic. Working off commission fuels me, high risk with high reward aspect is as exciting as dropping down the face of a 4-6 foot wave! I do have to remind myself to take time off but when you work in Hawaii your always on vacation even though I have the benefit of getting paid for it. Another important key to her success is surrounding herself with successful pro-active colleagues and associates and in the Hawaii business community. “The company’s administrative teams keeps me aligned around my vision and goals on a daily basis and I for that I am able to do what I do and love what I do. Its a win-win”

Renee can be reached at 808.345.2108

Renee H. Kraft Realtor (s)
MacArthur & Company Sotheby’s International Realty
78-6831 Alii Drive Suite 163
Kailua-Kona, HI 96740

Buying a Vacation Rental in Hawaii FAQ’s

10 01 2013

Hawaii Island has some of the very best vacation properties available from mountain to sea. I offer answers to often asked questions by
Buyers who are considering the purchase of a vacation property on the Big Island.

How to choose the right vacation property for you…

Q: Where can I buy a vacation rental with cash flow?

A: This is a difficult question because everyone’s financial situation is different. Plus different vacation home buyers will be interested in different vacation destinations and have varying levels of dedication to marketing and managing the rental. The key to finding a rental property that will cash flow is to research both home prices and average rental rates in areas you’re interested in. Other factors for rentability include location within the market, size, condition, amenities, and curb appeal.

Q: What amenities should I look for in a potential vacation rental?

A: The must-have amenities largely. If your home is in an area where most rental properties include a hot tub or maybe a weight room then that is something you need to factor in. You also have to look at what vacationers are looking for or what they’re able to get. For example, a majority of vacation properties come equipped with pools to attract families. This might not be a priority for your family but once travelers see it is common in the market, they might not settle on a house without one. This is something to consider so that you can stay competitive in the market. Remember your price range. If a home with a pool or hot tub is simply not in your budget, you may have to buy a property without the must-have amenities
and then price your home accordingly to attract a different group of renters.

Q: Is vacation real estate a good investment?

A: Owning real estate is like investing in stocks. Real estate very rarely loses in the long-term, especially in vacation markets. You don’t have to be a millionaire to invest. With a little money down and good credit, most people can reap the benefits.

Q: Is now a good time to buy a vacation rental home?

A: Despite the current economic conditions, it actually is a great time for you to invest. Of course this is a personal decision, but in many markets like Hawaii vacation homes are still a solid investment if you’re in it for the long-term.

Q: How important is a view?

A: For many vacation home buyers, the view is an amenity in itself and an important piece of the puzzle. The key is to consider how it will affect your renters. A home with a view will cost more, but you can also charge higher rental rates. On the flip side, a home with no view will cost less, but you won’t be able to charge as much as a home with a view. Therefore, consider the types of renters your home and location will attract. Will they be more price conscious, or are they looking for a more upscale experience?

Q: Is it better to buy a condo or a single family home?

A: There are pros and cons to each property type. A condo will obviously provide for easier maintenance from afar and also shared maintenance costs with other owners in the complex. You’ll also be able to advertise the extra amenities in the complex. For example, you might not be able to afford a home with a pool, but if you buy a condo, your guests will have access to the pool in the complex. Vacation condos are also usually built in the best locations because the developers have enough money to invest in that land. At the same time though, there can be limits within the homeowners associations when it comes to rentals. You’ll also lack privacy because you’re sharing walls with your neighbors. A single family home, on the other hand, will provide for much more privacy. In general it can also be less expensive per square foot. However, you have to maintain the exterior and the grounds yourself. You might also have some association limitations in this case as well. And lastly, determining the rental demand is more difficult
because it’s harder to compare apples to apples. In a condo, you can talk to a neighbor with the same floor plan, but homes typically have too many variables to really compare.

Questions on Listing or Buying vacation property in Hawaii call me today at 808.345.2108

Until Next Time…A Hui Hou Renée

Business Networking International Hawaii

27 11 2012

Kailua-Kona November 2012
Alii Networkers Chapter

If you are looking to increase business for yourself then consider becoming a member of Business Networking International. BNI has provided me with a very positive, supportive, and structured environment for the development of my business networking and marketing. I have built personal relationships with dozens of other qualified business professionals throughout Kona, the State of Hawaii, across the US, and Internationally with BNI. Developing relationships among other quality professionals worldwide has really helped me develop my real estate business here in the State of Hawaii.

One of the strongest chapters in the State of Hawaii the Alii Networkers encompasses great talent in their respected fields. Besides building professional relationships great friendships are also created among the members. As in any successful business networking requires commitment. Without commitment how will you succeed? The most successful chapters worldwide are comprised of participants who are sincerely committed to helping one another through business networking. We are a team. We look to bring in only the best in their respected fields. As a member in BNI, I am held responsible for complying with the policies and guidelines of the organization, weekly meetings, members need to arrive on time and stay for the entire meeting. Only one person from each professional specialty is accepted into a chapter of BNI. All participants must represent their primary occupation. Attendance is critical and if you cannot attend a meeting, you may send a substitute but substitutions are limited making the commitment that much greater.

Our chapter, “Alii Networkers” will be having an open house the first week of February 2013, but, if you are interested in sitting in sooner on one of our meetings please call me to inquire. We meet every Wednesday. We are looking for strong candidates to fill positions in our chapter. For information call me at 808.345.2108. There is an initial application fee, annual membership dues, and chapters may have a venue fee. When you apply to participate in BNI your application will be reviewed by the chapter’s Membership Committee and you will be notified of the status before the next meeting.

Some of the benefits include increased exposure to many other business professionals, substantially increase business, learn to effectively talk about your business, sharpen your presentation skills, participation in up to 52 networking meetings per year, Success Net newsletters with educational material on networking, public speaking, and business, member Success Program workshop, advanced Education Series workshops, leadership team training, participation in business trade shows, participation in local conferences, connecting to BNI members globally. In my industry connecting with other BNI chapters globally in real estate has really made an impact. I am really looking forward to continuing to build these relationships in other countries and see what develops.

Until Next Time…A Hui Hou…Renee

Renee H. Kraft Realtor(s)
MacArthur & Company | Sotheby’s International Realty
78-6831 Alii Drive Suite 163
Kailua-Kona, HI 96740


6 10 2012

The National Association of Realtors prepared this summary expalining the 3.8% tax effective in 2013. Here are the top 10 things you need to know about the 3.8% tax that’s part of health care reform:

1-When you add up all of your income from every possible source, and that total is less than $200,000 ($250,000 on a joint tax return), you will not be subject to this tax.

2-The 3.8% tax will never be collected as a transfer tax on real estate of any type, so you’ll never pay this tax at the time that you purchase a home or other investment property.

3-You’ll never pay this tax at settlement when you sell your home or investment property. Any capital gain you realize at settlement is just one component of that year’s gross income.

4-If you sell your principal residence, you will still receive the full benefit of the $250,000 (single tax return)/$500,000 (married filing joint tax return) exclusion on the sale of that home. If your capital gain is greater than these amounts, then you will include any gain above these amounts as income on your Form 1040 tax return. Even then, if your total income (including this taxable portion of gain on your residence) is less than the $200,000/$250,000 amounts, you will not pay this tax. If your total income is more than these amounts, a formula will protect some portion of your investment.

5-The tax applies to other types of investment income, not just real estate. If your income is more than the $200,000/$250,000 amount, then the tax formula will be applied to capital gains, interest income, dividend income and net rents (i.e., rents after expenses).

6-The tax goes into effect in 2013. If you have investment income in 2013, you won’t pay the 3.8% tax until you file your 2013 Form 1040 tax return in 2014. The 3.8% tax for any later year will be paid in the following calendar year when the tax returns are filed.

7-In any particular year, if you have no income from capital gains, rents, interest or dividends, you’ll never pay this tax, even if you have millions of dollars of other types of income.

8-The formula that determines the amount of 3.8% tax due will always protect $200,000 ($250,000 on a joint return) of your income from any burden of the 3.8% tax. For example, if you are single and have a total of $201,000 income, the 3.8% tax would never be imposed on more than $1,000.

9-It’s true that investment income from rents on an investment property could be subject to the 3.8% tax. But: The only rental income that would be included in your gross income and therefore possibly subject to the tax is net rental income: gross rents minus expenses like depreciation, interest, property tax, maintenance and utilities.

10-The tax was enacted along with the health care legislation in 2010. It was added to the package just hours before the final vote and without review. NAR strongly opposed the tax at the time, and remains hopeful that it will not go into effect. The tax will no doubt be debated during the upcoming tax reform debates in 2013.

Source NAR

Until Next Time A Hui Hou…Renee

Showcase your Hawaii home for sale with quality photos that SELL

11 09 2012

I represent Sellers and Buyers of real estate in the State of Hawaii. I am not a professional photographer, however, using a professional photographer is a must when showcasing property to sell. I am fortunate to live in one of the most beautiful and isolated places on earth. The Hawaiian Islands and all its beauty in the land and exceptional distinctive properties can offer potential Buyers amazing photos that span worldwide with quality high impact photos. The photo feature is very important to me as well as my brokerage as we have strict quality control standards to the photographs and resolution we input into our websites. If you are reading this and have a property either on the market for sale or are considering listing your property for sale ask yourself this question, “Is my agent showcasing my property to the world with the very best photos possible?” And whats that answer? Your photographs need to be spot on when exposed to the world. This is one of the important pieces to the equation in getting your property exposed and sold. Listings that have high impact strategic photos showcase a properties strengths not the properties weaknesses. The opportunity is there to showcase your property at its finest. Reaching Buyers in countries you may have never imagined reaching. Remember photos sell. The right photos sell. The right photos present online curb appeal. A front seat of your home to the Buyers screen connecting them to click for more information.

Four common mistakes to avoid a missed click or missed call:

-One or NO photos displayed
The number one way to turn off online buyers is featuring only one or no listing photos. Serious Buyers need those photos to develop an emotional connection with a property and evaluate whether or not they could see themselves living there. The more photos online the more time a Buyer will spend viewing and connecting with your listing.

-Less than Adequate Lighting

Its all about the first impression and lucky we live Hawaii. You can actually click sometimes faster than you blink (TRY IT). Who wants to look at gray, grainy, dark images focus on the bright, clear, professional images for a warm first impression.

-The Top Photos to Showcase a Property

#1 Kitchen
#2 Indoor Living Area
#3 Closets
#4 Outdoor living space
#5 Bathrooms
#6 Unique Features of the Property

-Clutter is Chaos
Clutter equals Doom to prospective Buyers to your property. Promote your property with only the basics of a living space. Peak the warmth and interest to the Buyer by staging an impeccable ready to sell property. Simply “simplify” the space. Counter space clean, open up corners of a room to open up the space. Remove cars from the driveway or garage unless there’s a lamborghini in the driveway you may reconsider.

Contact me at 808.345.2108 or via email at

Until Next Time…A Hui Hou Renee

Listed Kona Coast Foreclosures 2012

24 07 2012

Residential, Condo and Land foreclosures located along the Kona Coast in North Kohala, South Kohala, The Kohala Resorts including Mauna Kea Mauna Lani, and Waikoloa Beach Resort, Palisades, Kailua-Kona, Holualoa, Keauhou Resort, and South Kona.

MLS# Type Status DOM Taxkey Tenure Price Location Land Details

MLS 255392 CND A 36 3-6-8-22-5-24 FS $429,900 Fairways At Mauna Lani #406 1,289 #406 2/2.00
MLS 253704 CND A 106 3-6-9-7-9-3 FS $339,900 Vista Waikoloa #A103 1,417 #A103 2/2.01
MLS 242222 CND A 544 3-7-2-29-28-9 FS $2,050,000 Hali’ipua Villas #3/9 2,609 #3/9 3/3.01
MLS 254142 CND A 89 3-7-2-29-28-8 FS $2,300,000 Hali’ipua Villas #3/8 2,915 #3/8 3/3.01
MLS 254056 CND A 91 3-7-7-15-66-10 FS $64,900 Ikena Lalo #1D 996 #1D 2/2.00
MLS 254083 CND A 91 3-7-8-10-93-1 FS $374,900 Na Hale O Keauhou #A1 1,704 #A1 3/3.00
MLS 250907 LND A 216 3-5-9-15-69 FS $155,000Bank-​Owned 5 Acre Lot in Kohala Ranch Lot 686 5.03 ac
MLS 255341 LND A 39 3-6-4-34-26 FS $135,000 Corner Home Lot near Kamuela town 64-1004 Kaula Ili Pl 12,353 sqft
MLS 248560 LND A 285 3-6-9-9-7 FS $2,300,000 Naupaka Place Oceanfront -​ Beachfront Resort Lot 7 Naupaka Kai Pl 1.20 ac
MLS 248561 LND A 285 3-6-9-9-8 FS $2,300,000 Naupaka Place Oceanfront -​ Beachfront Resort Lot 8 Naupaka Kai Pl 1.08 ac
MLS 231639 LND A 843 3-7-1-6-54 FS $135,000 North Hawaii,​​ prestigious Equestrian Community 71-1406 Puu Kamanu Ln 1.00 ac 253459 LND A 118 3-7-3-5-151 FS $161,900 73-1185 Akaula St 20,001 sqft
MLS 254352 LND A 81 3-7-3-50-35 FS $209,000 Premier KONA HILLS Ocean View Lot Top of Subdivision 73-1231 Hamo St 1.2480 ac
MLS 249211 LND A 284 3-7-3-7-39 FS $4,500,000 Ooma/kohanaiki Lot #:56 39.42 ac
MLS 252125 LND A 166 3-7-5-20-34 FS $6,800,000 One of the last Kona Coast Large Oceanfront Acreage 75-6066 Alii Dr 8.44 ac
MLS 255577 LND A 26 3-7-8-11-39 FS $229,000 78-7037 Mololani St 16,480 sqft
MLS 254342 LND A 82 3-7-8-21-54 FS $229,000 BKeauhou Estates Ocean View Lot!​ Kuhinanui Street 21,773 sqft
MLS 253859 LND A 98 3-7-9-10-77 FS $159,000 Honuaino 4th-kanaueue 1st & 2nd Lot #:A 1.02 ac
MLS 247568 LND A 353 3-8-1-27-6 FS $199,000 81-6631 O Uala Pl 1.22 ac
MLS 249837 LND A 248 3-8-1-26-43 FS $659,000 81-6650 O Uala Pl 1.31 ac
MLS 244929 LND A 453 3-8-2-3-12 FS $185,000 Two Acre Vacant Lot in Capt. Cook with Ocean Views Kiloa Lot #:1 2.42 ac 255187 LND A 47 3-8-5-7-10 FS $289,000 85-4679 Mamalahoa Hwy 5.0080 ac
MLS 255185 LND A 47 3-8-5-7-16 FS $319,000 Bank Owned Kiilae Farms 85-4679 Mamalahoa Hwy 5.52 ac
MLS 254746 LND A 62 3-8-7-11-33 FS $140,000 Gated South Kona,​ beautiful views! Kona Sea Ranch Lot #:18 6.40 ac
MLS 255872 MTF, RES A 17 3-7-5-22-158 FS $189,900 75-205 Ala Onaona St 7,500 sqft 1,650 4/2.00
MLS 254886 RES A 60 3-5-3-11-73 FS $229,900 53-3968 Kahiwa Pl 11,727 sqft 1,135 3/2.00
MLS 254112 RES A 90 3-5-5-8-67 FS $1,999,999 55-194 Uli Rd 21.51 ac 9,809 4/4.01
MLS 248101 RES A 305 3-5-9-6-8-1 FS $449,900 FIXER in Kohala Estates Kohala Estates 559 #A 1.72 ac 2,068 #A 3/2.00
MLS 252156 RES A 168 3-5-9-5-88 FS $590,000 180 degree ocean views 59-218 Hokulele 1.09 ac 3,080 3/3.01
MLS 254999 RES A 49 3-6-4-19-47 FS $99,900 64-5212 Puanuanu Pl 8,038 sqft 1,160 5/2.00
MLS 255776 RES A 18 3-6-8-10-35 FS $405,000 5BD/​5BA 68-3684 Kamuela Pl 13,534 sqft 2,224 5/5.00
MLS 255558 RES A 32 3-7-3-8-3-3 FS $445,000 Hualalai Plantations #2A 21,780 sqft 2,060 #2A 3/2.00
MLS 255831 RES A 19 3-7-5-41-32 FS $366,500 4/3 -​ Ocean Views -​ Landscaped!​ 75-6111 Kaanee Pl 6,990 sqft 1,704
MLS 256122 RES A 6 3-7-6-19-91 FS $262,500 3/2-​Bath Close to Ocean 76-6146 Plumeria Rd 9,131 sqft 1,808 3/2.00
MLS 254168 RES A 84 3-8-1-24-9 FS $489,000 Above Hokulia 81-6620 Kaeo Pl 15,001 sqft 2,484 3/3.01
MLS 255809 RES A 21 3-8-2-1-141 FS $412,870 Macnuts and Coffee 82-1162 Greenwell Mountain Rd 2.28 ac 3,420 3/3.00

For more information how to put in SUCCESSFUL bank offers contact me today

MacArthur and Company | Sotheby’s International Realty
Renee H. Kraft (808)345-2108 Cell

78-6831 Alii Drive Suite 163
Kailua-Kona, HI 96740
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