Neighborhood Location

The Kaimuki neighborhood is north of Diamond Head.  It begins at Alohea Ave. and extends farther inland to Waialae Ave.  Streets running perpendicular to Waialae Ave. are numbered, beginning with 1st Ave and ending with 22nd Ave.

Kaimuki, HI Overview

About the Kaimuki Neighborhood

When we think of Kaimuki the first thing that comes to mind is its vibrant restaurant scene.  A variety of restaurants can be found in this quaint neighborhood located either along or just off of Waialae Ave.  Whether you’re looking for Mexican, Himalayan, Thai, or Japanese, a wide variety of cuisines can be found in this unassuming area.  If you’re looking for groceries, coffee shops, bakeries, and craft beers then look no further.

A Quiet Neighborhood with Modest Homes

The homes in this area are either single-family or multi-family dwellings; you won’t find many condominiums here.   They’re modest, with few properties having front or back yards.  However, Waikiki Beach is mere ten minute drive down Kapahulu Ave.  The Kaimuki neighborhood is also conveniently located to Kapiolani Community College and the University of Hawai`i at Manoa.

Be advised that the H1 freeway does run through this neighborhood but the elevated thoroughfare manages to isolate the traffic noise and (for the most part) keep the freeway out of site.

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Investing in Kaimuki, HI Rental Property

Opportunities for Fixer-Uppers and Rental Properties

These older single-family and multi-family properties tend to be older with some having multiple additions to the main home.  This can oftentimes lead to strangely laid out properties with little to no yard.  Home additions can mean the opportunity for rental income and/or fixer-upper properties.

Whether you’re staying in the home and renting out a room, an in-law suite, or an ohana unit (detached dwelling), you’re sure to find opportunities in this centrally located neighborhood.

Finding Property Management in Kaimuki, HI

Property Management, Buying, or Selling

It’s no doubt that the Kaimuki neighborhood has a lot in store for both tenants and homeowners. However, as a homeowner, you have a lot more to do than rent out a house or condo. Between tenant screening, property maintenance, and financial planning; home owners can be quickly overwhelmed. Since you want to take care of your investment, it’s important to find a qualified and experienced property manager for the Kaimuki neighborhood.

Hawaii Sands Property Management is your locally-trusted property management company. We’re composed of an experienced staff that knows all about the real estate market in the Honolulu area. If you want the best for your property, choose Hawaii Sands Property Management.