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Kauai Real Estate Market 2017 – Year to Date Comparison

Kauai real estate sales volume for the year 2017 still appears to be on a healthy trend over 2016. Sales for single family homes is up by over $53 million from the previous year.  The following infographics break down the regions of Kauai and the sales within those areas.  It appears the Kauai real estate market is trending upward and is on pace for a good year.

Kauai Real Estate Market 2017 – Year to Date Comparison

Kauai Real Estate Market 2017 - Year to Date Comparison

Kauai Real Estate Market 2017 – Year to Date Comparison

Kauai Real Estate Market 2017 - Year to Date Comparison

Kauai Real Estate Market 2017 – Year to Date Comparison

Kauai Real Estate Market 2017

Kauai Real Estate Market 2017 - Year to Date Comparison

Thanks for taking the time to read! – If you have questions or comments about this article or want information on Kauai real estate opportunities including your home’s value, please feel free to contact me.  Aloha!

Source: Hawaii Information Service – MLS Sales Data. Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.

About the Author

Tripp Mehew

Tripp Mehew is a REALTOR(S) with Hawai'i Life. I love everything about Kauai. It offers its own unique style separate from all the other islands. I am a Passionate Kauai Real Estate Agent and advocate for the island lifestyle. Kauai is a place that has been known to balance people. That may sound a bit weird but if you have ever visited Kauai you will know exactly what I am talking about. 
It is an absolute privilege to live on this beautiful island and it is an honor to call Kauai home. The North Shore of Kauai is where I live, I work, and I play. 
WHAT WE DO I specialize in single family home sales, Land, and multi-use properties on the island of Kauai. As a proud member of Hawai'i Life I always strive to deliver the highest level of professional service possible. I bring a passionate energy, an entrepreneurial understanding and a client-first approach to my real estate business MY PERSONAL CONNECTION TO KAUAI In 1990 I joined the USMC as a helicopter mechanic and flight crew member on CH-53 (those giant helicopters that hold 53 passengers). I was stationed at Kaneohe Bay on the island of Oahu. Our squadron frequently trained on Kauai and it was at that time that I fell in love with the tranquility and low key family style living that Kauai offers. The world class waves were also pretty amazing. My fondest military memory and most difficult work in my life was transporting fuel, medicine, generators, doctors, building equipment, and food to the people on Kauai after hurricane Iniki devastated the island in 1992. It was thousands of hours of flight time, 12-15 hour days, and almost three months straight of work without a day off. It was a very rewarding experience and I would not have changed it for the world. I am happy report Kauai is alive, thriving, and better than ever. 
A BRIEF HISTORY Prior to joining Hawai’i Life I owned and operated my own marketing and consulting business focussed on internet leads, sales, and brand growth. I love to bring those marketing skills and negotiating expertise to the real estate market here on Kauai. Born and raised in Cupertino, the heart of Silicon Valley, I am fully aware of the hustle and bustle of the tech life. Kauai is a great change of pace from that. As a child I had the unique opportunity to travel the world; from living in Singapore to visiting some of the far reaches of Malaysia. This experience helped my to understand and relate to different people and cultures. I apply this in my business and my life. When I am not helping clients make paradise a reality you will find me surfing, practicing yoga, or playing guitar. Aloha, You can email me at or via phone at (808) 855-5898.

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