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Oahu Real Estate Market Report

Oahu’s Housing Market Sales, Prices Continue to Climb New Heights in March

Market for single-family homes shatters records with a new median sales price of $950,000

According to resales figures released by the Honolulu Board of REALTORS®, closed sales of single-family homes and condos saw significant double-digit growth of 19.1% and 52.7%, respectively, compared to pre-pandemic activity last March. For the third consecutive month, the median price for a single-family home set a new record of $950,000, representing a 17.3% year-over-year increase and a 3.5% increase over February’s record of $917,500. 


With sustained limited supply and high demand, the number of single-family homes and condos sold over the asking price nearly tripled compared to March 2020. During the first quarter of 2021, single-family homes sold over asking price made up 50% of the sales compared to just 19% in quarter one last year, while condos sold above the list price accounted for 29% of the sales compared to 10% in the previous year’s first quarter. Single-family homes continue to spend a record-low median of just nine days on the market.


“Despite new listings, demand continues to outpace our limited housing inventory,” said the President of the Honolulu Board of REALTORS®. “This lack of inventory is driving a very active and competitive market for prospective homebuyers on Oahu.”


New listings for single-family homes and condos added much-needed inventory to Oahu’s housing supply. Single-family homes marked a 12.6% jump with 439 new listings as nearly all regions saw positive growth. The condo market added 715 new listings, marking a 17.2% increase in listings compared to this time last year.


“We are in a seller’s market. If you’ve been thinking about selling your property, now is the time to reach out to a trusted REALTOR® and throw your hat in the ring,” added the HBR President.


Sales activity in March rounded out a solid first quarter for 2021 with total increases of 11.9% and 32.5% for single-family homes and condos, respectively. The single-family home market recorded an uneven shift in sales with a 36.1% drop in sales for properties sold below $800,000. In comparison, the upper price tiers of $1.5 million and above saw a dramatic 113% increase in sales. The condo market remained active with steady growth at all price points.


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{source:  Honolulu Board of REALTORS®}


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