The small beachside community of Kihei has grown substantially in the past couple of decades, due in part to its temperate weather (being on the 'sunny' side of the island), its relatively affordable prices, and its posh neighbors to the south, in Wailea and Makena, with the plethora of activities and amenities nearby. Neighborhoods range from Ka Ono Ulu Estates to executive-styled Kilohana Ridge and include some of the most luxurious homes in all of Hawaii: Keawakapu Beach Homes. Subdivisions range in character all the way from modest, entry level, to some beachfront estates befitting of world's most affluent residents.
Absorption of Kihei homes is generally faster than that of the rest of the market, particularly as most homes in the Kihei district are geared towards owner-occupants, whereas many areas such Kapalua, Wailea, and, to a much lesser extent, Paia appeal to second home owners. For those to whom owning a vacation-rental home is an objective, there may be some options in the Kihei real estate market but it's very important to discuss applicable restrictions and requirements on an individual basis - contact us to go into greater detail.
Below find a breakdown list of the larger subdivisions in Kihei. Others such as Kihei Village are not listed. Contact us to discuss specifics.
Below are pertinent live statistics for the Kihei single-family residence subset - but as with anything, having pertinent perspective on which to base analysis of statistics is key. For more information about the Kihei real estate market, contact us.
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