KONA COAST SHOPPING CENTER 74-5586 Palani Road, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740 SHOPPING CENTER SPACE FOR LEASE • Space 19 (1,280SF) • Space 24 (1,280SF) • Space 25 (1,280SF) • Space 26 (1,280SF) • Space 27 (1,280SF) • Pad 33A (2,000SF) • Pad 33B (1,000SF) • Pad 33C (1,000SF) Located on the main thorough fare of Kailua-Kona town, this shopping center offers ample parking, easy in-out at signaled entrance and is within walking distance from cruise ship pier. Anchor stores KTA and Pier 1 attract residents and visitors along with numerous eateries, retail shops and centralized outdoor eating/event area. Debbie Parmley (B) CCIM Vice President | Hawaii License No. RB-21953 Leasing Services – Island of Hawaii Direct +1 808 987 7722 Main +1 808 524 2666 firstname.lastname@example.org 220 South King Street • Suite 1800, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813 For details on all listings visit, DebbieParmley.com ROYAL SEA CLIFF CLUB OCEAN VIEWS Desirable ocean view end unit. Larger single level fl oor plan. Updated kitchen. Master bedroom & living area open to separate lanais. Concrete complex with waterfalls, streams, & elevators throughout property covered secured parking. Great place to live or vacation. MLS# 601367 $264,000 Island living at its best! Recently updated 4 bedroom 4.5 bath estate has exquisitely appointed architecture with resort quality features. Wellthought out fl oorplan that allows separate living areas or combined quarters to accommodate an entire household. Spectacular ocean views! 3/2 unit. Complex boasts 3 pools spa, tennis courts, gated & walking trails. Walking distance to Keauhou Bay, best beaches, shopping & entertainment. Located nearly on the golf course. Life is good at Kanaloa! Newly remodeled 3/3 on nearly 1 acre. Surrounded by Approx. 200 coffee trees. Huge open kitchen. Granite & Sapele Mahogany throughout. Heated Pool & Approx. 940 sf Covered Lanai w/TV & 3 outdoor seating areas. Ocean Views all the way to Town! Up Lako above Kona Vistas – Private Road. 78-6831 ALII DR. STE. 163, KAILUA-KONA HI 96740 Each Offi ce is Independently Owned and Operated. Unique beach cottage with unobstructed ocean views! House sits directly across Ali‘i Dr. from Kahalu’u Beach and iconic St. Peter’s Church. This beach gem is recently remodeled with NEW roof, paint, water heater, 200 amp electric panel, stove, fridge & washer/dryer. 83 acres of great mixed-use project property. Ocean Views, Zoned MG- 3A, commercial- Industrial. This is absolutely North Kona’s BEST Commercial Opportunity! John Miller Vice President, R(s) & Pam Miller, Broker John@LiveInKona.com | 808 315-5501 Pam@LiveInKona.com | 808 936-9997 KE ALOHI KAI PINEAPPLE HALE MLS# 299544 $1,790,000 KAHALUU BEACH LOTS DIRECT OCEAN VIEWS MLS# 299512 $749,900 SOLD KANALOA AT KONA OCEAN FRONT MLS# 601529 $799,000 LANI KAI ESTATES OCEAN VIEWS MLS# 601773 $1,150,000 O‘OMA 83 ACRES QUEEN K FRONTAGE MLS# 601887 $12,000,000 REDUCED IN ESCROW West Hawaii Real Estate | January 4, 2017 13 home that fits within the budget.” Brighter enthusiasm about the direction of the economy, personal financial outlook mostly unchanged This quarter’s survey found that another full year of robust job gains and lower unemployment is finally translating into stronger confidence about the economy. The share of households believing the economy is improving has increased quite a bit (to 54 percent) since the third quarter (48 percent), and is currently at its highest share since the survey’s debut a year ago. The most optimistic about the economy are those under the age of 44, living in urban areas and with higher incomes. The HOME survey’s monthly Personal Financial Outlook Index, showing respondents’ confidence that their financial situation will be better in six months, has picked up a tad (to 59.8 in December) since September (58.6) and is mostly in line with the sentiment from respondents a year ago (59.6). In 2016, the index was its highest in May (61.1). Roughly two-thirds think it’s a good time to sell, most expect prices to hold steady or increase With price growth holding steady in most of the country since the summer, roughly the same amount of homeowners (62 percent) believe it is a good time to sell compared to the third quarter of this year (63 percent). As has been the case all year, respondents in the West continue to be the most likely to think now is a good time to sell, while also being the least likely to think it’s a good time to buy. Mirroring current conditions in most markets and unchanged from last quarter, nearly all of those surveyed (91 percent) believe that prices will stay the same or rise in their community in the next six months. Respondents living in suburban areas, renters and those from the West are most likely to believe prices will go up in their communities.
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