Living on Kauai

June 6, 2012 by  
Filed under Real Estate

Out of all the Hawaiian Islands, Kauai usually remains on the top of most people’s “must see” list. However, many times that “must see” turns into a “must live,” and many Kauai visitors find themselves moving to the island for a time. With its rugged canyons, green mountains and amazing beaches, its no wonder that Kauai is on the top of many people’s lists for a living experience. The island has so much to offer, so lets take a closer look.

While there are countless things that make Kauai a favorable living destination in Hawaii, perhaps one of the most talked about advantages is the overall population. Coming in at around 65,000 – 70,000, the island of Kauai has enough people on it for you to enjoy neighbors and industrial life, while at the same time being open enough for a small town living feeling. Perhaps this more than any other feature drives people to the island of Kauai to live.

Here are some more Kauai island facts that make this destination even more attractive for many people as a living destination. Each of these facts simply furthers the case as to why Kauai is one of the most sought after places to live in Hawaii.

  • Tropical Climate
  • Small Population
  • A good mixture (around 50/50) of locals who grew up there and mainlanders.
  • Small population even in the main city of Lihue.
  • Single home prices start in the mid $300,000s.
  • Plenty of non-stop flights available from the mainland to Kauai.
  • Buying a home is fairly easy
  • Amazing Beaches
  • Great Golf
  • A family friendly lifestyle awaits you.

The fact that it is fairly easy to purchase Real Estate on Kauai makes it an even more attractive place to live, as getting into a home is an issue for many. Prices are not too steep, and there are plenty of single-family homes, townhouses and condos available throughout the island. Whether you want to rent or buy, Kauai has a little something for everyone.

From historical sites to natural wonder, Kauai is a great place to call home. Home to Waimea Valley, or “the Grand Canyon of the Pacific,” this amazing site is surely something that draws many to this amazing island paradise. Camping, hiking and all sorts of outdoor activities are right at your fingertips should you choose to call Kauai home.

Whether you are looking for some place to hang your hat for a spell, or are looking for a long-term permanent residence, Kauai real estate offers some of the best that Hawaii living has to offer. Take this time to explore some Kauai living options. Of all the Hawaiian islands, this one is definitely one of the most unique and laid back.


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