Like most of the country, the Big Island’s real estate industry took a hit during and after the housing market crash of 2008.
Buyer confidence plummeted, real estate transactions slowed, and many felt unable to realize their dream of living on the Big Island, while those who had made the leap prior to 2008 wondered if they’d made a mistake.
Thankfully, Big Island real estate statistics for June 2014 show promising, continued growth from last year in the same quarter.
The number of sales of single family homes increased 2.2%, and median home prices rose by a healthy 4.46%…. Read More