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Hawaii, Hawaii County, 1/4 Acre
Lot 482 Nanawale Estates, Pahoa, Hawaii 96778
1Acres
$17,500
Nanawale Estates Lot 482 1/4 Acre This lush tropical property is just 20 minutes from Hilo. The community includes a swimming pool, park, sports field and community center. Electric brought to the lot with hook-up fee.
Hawaii, Hawaii County, 1/4 Acre
Lot 482 Nanawale Estates, Pahoa, Hawaii 96778
1Acres
Nanawale Estates Lot 482 1/4 Acre This lush tropical property is just 20 minutes from Hilo. The community includes a swimming pool, park, sports field and community center. Electric brought to the lot with hook-up fee.
$17,500
Hawaii, Hawaii County, 1/4 Acre
Lot 482 Nanawale Estates, Pahoa, Hawaii 96778
$17,500
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0.25Acres
$750
Prices start at $750 HISTORIC COCHISE COUNTY mobiles allowed TOP PICKS 40613049 Cochise College Park #11 Lot 5244 9 Adjoining lots mobiles & modulars allowed $750 each 40613050 Cochise College Park #11 Lot 5245 9 Adjoining lots mobiles & modulars allowed 2 for $1400 40613051 Cochise College Park #11 Lot 5246 9 Adjoining lots mobiles & modulars allowed $750 each 40613052 Cochise College
Cochise Arizona Land numerous parcels
Douglas, Arizona 85607
0.25Acres
Prices start at $750 HISTORIC COCHISE COUNTY mobiles allowed TOP PICKS 40613049 Cochise College Park #11 Lot 5244 9 Adjoining lots mobiles & modulars allowed $750 each 40613050 Cochise College Park #11 Lot 5245 9 Adjoining lots mobiles & modulars allowed 2 for $1400 40613051 Cochise College Park #11 Lot 5246 9 Adjoining lots mobiles & modulars allowed $750 each 40613052 Cochise College
$750
Cochise Arizona Land numerous parcels
Douglas, Arizona 85607
$750
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640Acres
$179,000
Don't miss your opportunity to own a huge piece of nevada land in the heart of mining and ranching country. This parcel is adjacent to BLM land on all sides, giving you access to all that public lands have to offer. Dirt road access off of barrett springs road. This 640 acre parcel (section) is situated between winnemucca and blue mountain in humboldt county, nevada.
#L09670/ 640 Acres, Humboldt County, NV
Winnemucca, Hawaii 78445
640Acres
Don't miss your opportunity to own a huge piece of nevada land in the heart of mining and ranching country. This parcel is adjacent to BLM land on all sides, giving you access to all that public lands have to offer. Dirt road access off of barrett springs road. This 640 acre parcel (section) is situated between winnemucca and blue mountain in humboldt county, nevada.
$179,000
#L09670/ 640 Acres, Humboldt County, NV
Winnemucca, Hawaii 78445
$179,000
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0.28 Acres for Sale in Pahoa, HI
16-2125 Treefern Drive, Pahoa, HI, 96778, Pahoa, Hawaii 96778
0Acres
$25,600
Cash Sale$25,600Lot Size0.28 acresParcel1-6-079-044GPS19.518185, -154.
0.28 Acres for Sale in Pahoa, HI
16-2125 Treefern Drive, Pahoa, HI, 96778, Pahoa, Hawaii 96778
0Acres
Cash Sale$25,600Lot Size0.28 acresParcel1-6-079-044GPS19.518185, -154.
$25,600
0.28 Acres for Sale in Pahoa, HI
16-2125 Treefern Drive, Pahoa, HI, 96778, Pahoa, Hawaii 96778
$25,600
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#L06586/ Nice Wooded Lot in Nanawale Est., HI
1-4-079-037Lot 440 Unit 3-B Hibiscus Road, Pahoa, Hawaii 96720
8Acres
$15,899
Come enjoy the relaxed, laid back lifestyle that Hawaii is so famous for. Build your dream vacation or retirement home on this beautiful residential lot located on Hibiscus Road. (Please refer to the map below for details.) The property is in a great neighborhood and is 4 miles outside the quaint town of Pahoa.
#L06586/ Nice Wooded Lot in Nanawale Est., HI
1-4-079-037Lot 440 Unit 3-B Hibiscus Road, Pahoa, Hawaii 96720
8Acres
Come enjoy the relaxed, laid back lifestyle that Hawaii is so famous for. Build your dream vacation or retirement home on this beautiful residential lot located on Hibiscus Road. (Please refer to the map below for details.) The property is in a great neighborhood and is 4 miles outside the quaint town of Pahoa.
$15,899
#L06586/ Nice Wooded Lot in Nanawale Est., HI
1-4-079-037Lot 440 Unit 3-B Hibiscus Road, Pahoa, Hawaii 96720
$15,899
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Puako Beach Lot 2E
69-1548 Puako Beach Drive, Kamuela, Hawaii 96743
0.72Acres
$2,495,000
Lot 2-E is an oceanfront lot with a beautiful grand driveway entry. This parcel is over 2.3 times as large as average Puako lots. Unlike rest of Puako, the property is out of the flood zone which will save you costs for construction and insurance. Vacation rental is allowed in the resort hotel zoning. Contiguous lots are also available and bulk purchase is possible.
Puako Beach Lot 2E
69-1548 Puako Beach Drive, Kamuela, Hawaii 96743
0.72Acres
Lot 2-E is an oceanfront lot with a beautiful grand driveway entry. This parcel is over 2.3 times as large as average Puako lots. Unlike rest of Puako, the property is out of the flood zone which will save you costs for construction and insurance. Vacation rental is allowed in the resort hotel zoning. Contiguous lots are also available and bulk purchase is possible.
$2,495,000
Puako Beach Lot 2E
69-1548 Puako Beach Drive, Kamuela, Hawaii 96743
$2,495,000
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Zuckerberg Drops Hawaiian Kuleana Land Case, Offers Apology

by Jeanne Roberts

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, the owner of 700 acres of land in Hawaii, is finding out the hard way that land ownership can be an uncertain thing at best.

In 2014, Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, bought two adjacent tracts of land a 393-acre Pilaa Beach tract, and a 357-acre former sugarcane farm called Kahuaina Plantation read more…

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At LandHub we have a large selection of land for sale in Hawaii. Check out the different types of land available including acreage, ranches, rural properties, hunting land, and more. Start looking in Hawaii for land for sale today with the help of LandHub.

Grab a map of the United States and take a look – every state has at least one straight edge border except one – Hawaii. This lack of rigid artificial boundaries sets the tone for Hawaii’s famous laid-back island lifestyle. Hawaii is actually an archipelago of some 130 volcanic islands although only eight main ones, each with its own nickname, comprise what we commonly know as the 50th State.

More than seven million tourists arrive in Hawaii every year, some with an eye for acquiring a slice of the Paradise State for themselves. In 1898 when the Hawaiian Islands were annexed by the United States most of the developed land was covered in sugar cane fields controlled by an oligarchy of sugar companies referred to as The Big Five. Over the past century, Hawaii’s great plantations and ranches have been chipped away to provide rural land buying opportunities. In 1996 the last plantation closed.

Hawaii features the fourth most coastline among American states but undeveloped beachfront rarely comes to market. The homes that occupy prime waterside locations help make Hawaii the country’s most expensive residential real estate market.

The greatest reservoir of undeveloped land in the Islands is on Hawaii Island, the Big Island, which is larger than all the other islands in the archipelago combined. It is the largest island in the United States. Only two roads penetrate the mountainous interior for access to available undeveloped land, which is predominantly offered in small building lots. Even so, one of America’s largest cattle ranches – the 175,000-acre Parker Ranch – spreads across the Big Island.

Back on Oahu, home to Honolulu and where 75% of Hawaiians live, undeveloped land options are more limited. Here your slice of paradise will likely be measured in fractions of acres.

Frequently Asked Questions

Hawaii is a state which is a collection of 8 main islands. It is situated in the Pacific Ocean. It is the only state in the United States which is wholly made up of various islands. Hawaii was formed due to the underwater volcanic eruptions. Honolulu is the capital of this state which is situated on the island of Oʻahu.

Some Facts About Hawaii

  1. Hawaii is the only state that cultivates coffee.
  2. It is the “most isolated population center” on the face of the earth.
  3. Around one-third of pineapple’s commercial supply comes from Hawaii.
  4. It is the widest state from east to west.
  5. It has 4 counties.
  6. Honolulu is the largest city in the world. It has the largest borders.
  7. Haleakala Crater is the world’s largest dormant volcano.
  8. The Parker Ranch is the largest ranch in the U.S with almost an area of 480,000 acres.
  9. It is the leading producer in cultivating macadamia nuts and orchids.
  10. Mauna Kea, tallest mountain in Hawaii, is taller than Mt. Everest.

Why Should One Buy Property In Hawaii?

Hawaii is an exotic place that offers a wide variety of pretty much everything. The culture of this state is diverse. You will get to meet people from all walks of life. Everyone is called a minority in this state. This state has some of the best beaches in the world. Most of the parties take place on the beaches, so it is absolutely free for people to attend such parties. The food here is delicious. There are so many things to do in Hawaii. You name it and Hawaii has it. Employment opportunities in this state are plenty. Hawaii has a lower unemployment rate than other states in the country.

How Is The Weather In Hawaii?

It has a semi-tropical climate. The weather, in general, is balmy. However, do not be mistaken as the weather can vary quickly and nature is clearly beyond human intelligence. For example, Mt. Waialeale on Kauai happens to be the wettest spot on earth. But just a few miles from this place is a desert which receives negligible rainfall. Hawaii is a windy place with wind speeds ranging from 10-30 MPH. It can rain on any given day but it usually rains in the months of November-February. Rains are usually brief and it becomes sunny quickly. Hurricanes are not frequent here, although they can occur from June to November. April, May, September, and October are the best months to visit this state.

Does It Snow In Hawaii?

Snowfall is common in Hawaii and is expected each year. However, snowfall below the height of 29,000 feet is a rare phenomenon. The summits of the mountains in Hawaii receive 6 to 25 feet of snow each year. Mauna Kea which means “White Mountain” is more often not covered in snow. One can expect snowfall in the months of winters which lasts from December to February.

How Is The Real Estate Market Performing In Hawaii?

The Hawaii market has the potential for good returns. This state is good for long term investment. The Hawaiian economy is doing fantastic and the unemployment rate is quite low. Hence, one should consider investing their money here. Currently, the prices are taking a slump so now seems like a good time to buy property in this state. In the long run, the prices are expected to rise so you will be better off in the future.

In conclusion, it will be fair to say that Hawaii is like heaven on earth. Its natural scenic beauty is gorgeous and owning property in Hawaii is something almost everyone wants.

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