O‘ahu Home Sales Rise Month-to-Month, Remain Down Year-Over-Year
Year-to-date, median sales prices dip for single-family homes and condos
Closed sales of single-family homes and condos declined year-over-year, dropping 19.7% and 16.9%, respectively; however, compared to a month ago, single-family homes recorded a 12.5% uptick in sales, while condo sales remained steady.
Compared to 2022, the median sales price for a single-family home dipped 1.4% to $1,110,000, while the condo median sales price increased 3.3% to $515,000. From a year-to-date perspective, the median sales prices for O‘ahu properties fell for single-family homes to $1,050,000, a 5.7% decline from last year, and for condos to $502,000, down 1.6%.
Single-family homes in the $900,000 to $1,199,999 price range experienced the largest decrease in sales volume, falling 39.2% year-over-year; however, the more affordable price range of $600,000 to $899,999 range saw a slight increase of 13.1% or eight more sales compared to last August. For condos, the more affordable price points of $100,000 to $499,999 marked the most significant decline in sales volume, falling 24.3% year-over-year. At the same time, condo sales in the $900,000 and higher price range remained relatively unchanged from the previous year.
August saw more active inventory of single-family homes in the $799,999 and below range, rising 33.8% from a year ago. The Kāne‘ohe and Leeward regions experienced the largest increase in units of active inventory, with year-over-year increases of 52.9% and 16.7%, respectively. Condo inventory increased at most price points, with the bulk of the active listings in the $300,000 to $699,999 range, reflecting a 20.7% hike compared to last year.
Properties in both markets moved at a consistent pace, albeit five days slower than last year, with a median of 18 days on the market for both single-family homes and condos. Homes in the Leeward region and condos in the Waipahu region are moving into escrow at the slowest paces compared to other neighborhoods, with median days on the market of 50 and 41 days, respectively.
Pending sales volume remains down year-over-year, but both markets witnessed a modest month-over-month increase. Contract signings rose 8.1% for single-family homes and 1.0% for condos compared to July.
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About Colin Lee, Team Lead
Broker-In-Charge, Realtor, CPA* | RB-23147
(808) 352-8587 | ColinL@BetterHawaii.com
Colin is recognized as one of the Top 100 Realtors in the State of Hawaii and Top 50 on the island of Oahu in terms of most home sale transactions. This places him in the Top 1% of all realtors on the island. His real estate Team is also ranked in the Top 2% of all Real Estate Teams in the Nation, earning the Platinum Award from Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate. He has been voted “Best In Real Estate” by Honolulu Magazine 6 years in a row and is also an Aloha Aina Award Nominee for 6 years in a row. As a former Licensed Certified Public Accountant (CPA*), Colin is able to use his past professional financial and accounting experiences to help both Buyers and Sellers with one of their biggest financial transactions of their life.
*Colin is a full-time real estate agent and no longer practices public accounting.