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Honolulu, Hawaii - The Capital City

Honolulu, the capital of Hawaii, is a vibrant, active city poised at the crossroads of East and West. Located 2,500 miles from the U.S. Mainland and 3,800 miles from Tokyo, Japan, Honolulu, which means sheltered bay, maintains a distinct sense of place.

Honolulu was originally named capital of the Kingdom of Hawaii in 1845 and is home to the only royal palace located in the United States; ‘ Iolani Palace, built in the late 1800's during the reign of Kamehameha IV and utilized as the official royal residence during the reigns of King Kamehameha IV, King Kamehameha V, King Lunalilo I, and King Kalakaua. The city was incorporated in 1907 subsequent to the annexation of Hawaii in 1898 as a U.S. Territory. Hawaii statehood followed much later in 1959.

Today the city features its own symphony, zoo, international airport, city marathon, art and history museums, the University of Hawaii at Manoa, and of course one of the most famous beaches in the world… Waikiki Beach.

Among the cities recent top list rankings it been ranked as one of the Top 10 Walking Cities (Prevention Magazine - 2009), Best Convention City (Business Traveler Magazine - 2009), and one of the Top 50 Best Cities for Relocating Families (Worldwide Employee Relocation Council and Primacy Relocation – 2009).

Honolulu holds its own as both a U.S. as well as an international destination and has been, for many years, the #1 honeymoon destination for U.S. and Japanese citizens alike, not to mention a top tourist destination for pleasure seekers from all over the world.

Honolulu is the largest city on the island of Oahu; its neighboring communities include Aiea, Ewa Beach, Haleiwa, Kailua, Kaneohe, Kapolei, Ko Olina, Mililani, Oahu’s “North Shore”, Pearl City, and Waialua.

In the 2000 U.S. Census, Hawaii topped all other states with the highest percentage of military personnel who support numerous military installations on Oahu including Barber’s Point, Bellows Air Force Base, Camp Smith, Ft. Shafter, Hickam Air Force Base, Kaneohe Marine Corp Base, Pearl Harbor, Schofield Barracks, and Tripler Army Medical Center

Whatever you seek you are sure to find in this beautiful, bustling Island metropolis.

Honolulu Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 135 homes for sale in Honolulu, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
50% Condo, 44% Single Family, 6% Land/lot and 1% Rental.

50% Condo
44% Single Family
0% Other

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 135
Average Home Size 2,047 ft² / 190 m²
Price Range ($56,000 - $36,000,000)

Weather in Honolulu

The average high temperatures in Honolulu range from 78 in January to 84 in July

Average home income in Honolulu

The average household income of a Honolulu resident is $84,237 with an average home value of $626,433

Population of Honolulu

Honolulu has 409,212 residents.

Home ownership in Honolulu

The average level of home ownership in Honolulu is 50%.

Education breakdown of Honolulu

Education levels of residents of Honolulu include: highschool 24%, associate 9%, bachelor 24%, graduate 14%.

Households in Honolulu

Honolulu has 153,554 homes, built on average 47 years ago.

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You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 135 homes for sale in Honolulu. These homes are comprised of Condo, Single Family, Land/lot and Rental. The average list price of these property results is 3,165,735. Prices are displayed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Honolulu please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 135 homes for sale in Honolulu, HI are represented by 3 member brokerages serving the Honolulu area. Member brokerages representing the 135 homes include Locations, LLC, Choi International and Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers.