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Aimeedeaffler, Both Buyer and Seller in Hawaii Kai, Honolulu,...

what can you rent out a townhome on koko circle for?

Asked by Aimeedeaffler, Hawaii Kai, Honolulu, HI Mon Jan 10, 2011

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Aloha Aimee,
According to the HiCentral MLS, properties in that Koko Isles neighborhood have been offered for rent from $2000 to $3995 a month.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Mon Jan 10, 2011
Hi Aimee,
Typically, longterm rents in Hawaii Kai run around $2000 -2300 for a renovated 2bdrm and $2500- 2800+ for a $3bdrm. If it is a newer Single Family Home with pool and garage you will be looking at over $3000-$4000. Is this your home you are interested in renting out? I can get you more detailed rental rate if you let me know what you have and what you want.
BTW, You can get even more if you furnish it or allow it to be a vacation rental.
Hope that gives you at least a rough indication of the rental market here.

Warm aloha,
Christine Kim
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jul 3, 2011
Depends on many factors..size, location, view, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, upgrades...
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jun 19, 2011
Also, some complexes have a bulletin board for rentals. Many rental properties in Honolulu are posted on craisglist, http://honolulu.craigslist.org/oah/apa/ which will give you an idea of asking rents, though not the rent that was agreed upon. I'd say craigslist is more widely used than newspaper classified ads here. Rentometer is also popular as a general resource, though it's only as good as the data that people input: http://www.rentometer.com/ . And if the property has been rented, ask the seller for the rental history information.

It makes sense to consult with a property manager that handles the area -- here is contact information for Prudential Property Management: http://www.pruhawaiirentals.com/ . Thanks and good luck!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Jun 4, 2011
If you send me the address I would be glad to see what the stats are for that rental history on the active and past listing in our local MLS . Glad to help .

Hauoli Makahiki Hou , Robert Huber RA SFR
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Jan 21, 2011

Since you're in the area, you may want to go to Koko Circle and ask around. Then you can get a feel for what complexes you may like and get a feel for the neighborhood. It's a pretty small neighborhood, but there's an amazing variety between tenants and buildings.

Web Reference: http://www.hawaiihome.biz/
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