Median Sales Prices Up in Hawai’i

By HOM Editor

The median sales price in homes across Hawai’i were up year-over-year in 2016. Single-family homes were up nearly 5% and condominiums were up over 7%.

In terms of single-family homes, Maui had the largest spike in 2016 – a nearly 10% increase compared to 2015. In contrast, Hawai’i’s increase was just under 1%.

Across the state, condos were up as well. The biggest increases were in Hawai’i and Kaua’i with each growing by nearly 11%.

Single- Family Homes Median Sales Prices

County 2016 2015 %Change
Hawai‘i $331,400 $329,000 0.73%
Kaua‘i $625,500 $612,000 2.21%
Maui $636,750 $580,000 9.78%
O‘ahu $735,000 $700,000 5.00%
Total  $582,163 $555,250 4.85%

Condominium Median Sales Price

County 2016 2015 %Change
Hawai‘i $305,000 $275,000 10.91%
Kaua‘i $399,500 $360,000 10.97%
Maui $415,000 $410,000 1.22%
O‘ahu $390,000 $360,000 8.33%
Total  $377,375 $351,250 7.44%


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