You may want to consider the condition your lots are in,. especially if you do not live here in the area - MANY lots here in Nanawale Estates are going to need a lot of heavy-duty clearing work. Hurricane Iselle brought down hundreds of albezia trees ranging from 60 to 120 feet tall. Most are twisted in two around nid-height, plus, since the lava shield prevents deep roots, the trees are lying over Nanawaleon their sides with root masses 20-30 feet in diameter sticking up. Also, there are lots of holes in the ground, making it easy for workers to trip into and possibly beak a leg. If you do have tree work done be sure your tree copmany is bonded. All this, and I am assuming you are aware of the lava flow we are preparing for - the USGS predictions are that it will miss our neighborhood by at least half a mile, but if the lava continues to flow it will block the only access road into this area - and eventually may block the two alternate gravel roads that the county is working on.
Guess this is a long way around to say this is probably not a good time to sell (or buy) in the Lower Puna area if you don't have to. Pay your property taxes and wait until things stabilizer here.