4 Reasons to Invest in Hawaii Real Estate.
Historically steady market with abundant capital gains
Hawaii's real estate market has its ups and downs, but historically it has been steadily rising and not as sharp as the mainland. Since 1972, the long-term average annual growth rate has been about 6% for single-family homes and 5.4% for condominiums.
The largest Japanese community
Hawaii has one of the largest Japanese communities among all the states in the U.S. which creates high rental demands from Japanese residents who want to rent from Japanese owners.
There is not enough space in Hawaii
Almost no land is available in Hawaii, and the area where Metro Honolulu actually runs is completely gone. This means that new homes tend to stand no longer, and demand continues to outpace supply.
Major tourist cities
Hawaii is one of the number one destinations to go for a vacation for many Japanese people. You can rent out your place for Japanese tourists and you will be able to get a high return on investment.