Masters at Kaanapali Market Report

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Masters at Kaanapali Market Report

This is the only page you'll ever need if you are looking to sell or buy at The Masters. Please click the green button at top of the page to get a monthly report emailed to you. Sells report is at the bottom of the page.

Property description:

Zoning: R-3; Nearest Beach: Kaanapali Beach; Amenities: gated, pools, tennis courts, rec. area, less than 6 units/acre; Building type: Double wall Roof: Shake; Buildings: 34; Land area: 37.9 Acres; Stories: 2

Brakedown of units: 22 1B/1B (901-1,544 sq.ft.), 26 1B/1.5B (901-1,087 sq.ft.), 38 1B/2B (1,544 sq.ft.), 2 2B/1B (1,516 Sq.ft.), 92 2B/@b (1,269-1,728 sq.ft.), 6 2B/2.5B (1,850-1,917 sq.ft.), 14 2B/3B (2,156 sq.ft.)

Location: Royal Kaanapali Golf Course:Vacation rentals: No; Pets: Yes; Flood Zone: No

We always use 3D Showcases when selling your property.


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We offer the best marketing in the state of Hawaii with our 3D Showcases. See the example below. Also, we are one of the very few Real Estate Negotiation Experts (RENE®) in Hawaii and will get you the best price for your condo.

We are also an internet marketing expert and have our e-PRO® credentials for the Nation Association of Realtors (NAR).

We offer a variable commission rate as low as 1%. Please click here to goto our selling page.


If you are buying you need an ABR:




1. A skilled professional will be covering your back.

In real estate transactions, having representation (either as a buyer or seller) means that an industry professional is obligated to protect and promote your interests, including keeping certain information confidential and sharing information with you that might benefit your position. Without buyer representation, you could find yourself working with an agent whose loyalty is aligned with the seller! (Note that the laws on representation and how it is established vary from state to state.) Accredited Buyer’s Representatives have gone a step further, completing specialized training in the best practices for buyer representation. An ABR® stands out in the crowd!

2. You’ll simplify many complex aspects of your transaction.

Let’s face it. If you aren’t already familiar with complex real estate contracts, disclosure forms, and mortgage applications, these documents can be confusing and daunting. Most buyers genuinely appreciate having a knowledgeable resource to answer their questions.

3. You’ll be working with an up-to-date expert.

An ABR® designee has completed special coursework and passed a certification test in buyer representation, which means they have a keen understanding of their duties and obligations, as well as an appreciation for buyers’ concerns. Further, they are committed to maintaining their professional edge by staying current on the latest issues and trends in buyer representation.

4. You’ll know your buyer representative has proven experience.

One qualification of earning the ABR® designation is proof of completed transactions with other homebuyers. It’s impossible for an inexperienced real estate agent to obtain the ABR® designation.

5. You can improve your negotiating results.

Deciding on an offer price for a house is tricky business, requiring careful analysis of other comparable homes for sale, recently sold homes and other market factors. Plus, your offer price is just one facet of your negotiating strategy. An Accredited Buyer’s Representative can advise you on every negotiating detail, including counseling you on the pluses and minuses of various contingencies. They can also present your offer to the sellers in the best possible light and help navigate counter-offers, improving your chances of getting the results you want.

6. You can get a higher level of service without paying more.

In the vast majority of circumstances, listing agreements are structured so that a buyer’s agent’s commission is paid out of the seller’s proceeds. In the rare instance where this is not the case and the buyer must pay their agent’s commission, you still have options. You can tell your buyer’s rep that you don’t want to see that home (or any others like it). Or you can decide to view it anyway, with the understanding that you’ll need to cover their commission if you proceed on a purchase. With their advanced training, ABR® designees have already been coached on this point and may even raise the possibility of dealing with such scenarios in their buyer representation agreement.


We are here to help you so please contact us anytime.






Address Beds Baths Living ft2 List Price Cost per ft2 DOM
50 Puu Anoano St Unit 4207 2 2 1,269 $1,895,000 $1,493 93 days
50 Puu Anoano St Unit 1707 2 2 1,269 $1,650,000 $1,300 30 days
50 Puu Anoano St Unit 1804 2 2 1,512 $1,550,000 $1,025 19 days
Average: 2.0 2.0 1,350 $1,698,333 $1,272 47 days
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Address Beds Baths Living ft2 List Price Cost per ft2 DOM
50 Puu Anoano St Unit 2105 3 3 2,156 $2,499,000 $1,159 87 days
50 Puu Anoano St Unit 2305 3 3 2,156 $2,099,000 $973 101 days
Average: 3.0 3.0 2,156 $2,299,000 $1,066 94 days
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Address Beds Baths Living ft2 List Price Sold Price Cost per ft2 DOM Sold Date
50 Puu Anoano St Unit 2802 2 2 1,728 $1,850,000 $1,752,500 $1,014 271 days 5/29/24
50 Puu Anoano St Unit 201 3 3 2,156 $1,900,000 $1,750,000 $811 308 days 6/10/24
50 Puu Anoano St Unit 1002 2 2 1,728 $1,850,000 $1,675,000 $969 158 days 10/30/23
50 Puu Anoano St Unit 1004 2 2 1,512 $1,645,000 $1,600,000 $1,058 29 days 10/30/23
50 Puu Anoano St Unit 901 2 2 1,516 $1,595,000 $1,535,000 $1,012 361 days 4/26/24
50 Puu Anoano St Unit 2301 2 2 1,544 $1,350,000 $1,275,000 $825 121 days 10/13/23
Average: 2.2 2.2 1,697 $1,698,333 $1,597,916 $948 208 days
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