top of page

November 2023 Oahu Monthly Market Update

Updated: Jan 1

November property sales declined slightly year-over-year, with total combined sales for the month dipping about 8% compared to November 2022. Single-family home sales declined by 6.3%, while the condo market saw an 8.8% decrease.

Both markets saw median sales prices in November that closely resembled October 2023 figures. Year-over-year, the median price of a single-family home dipped 4.3% to $1,100,055. Conversely, condos marked a 7.5% increase to $516,179.

A significant portion of contract signings in November were for single-family homes priced in the $800,000 to $999,999 range, representing almost one-third of pending sales with 56 contract signings. In the condo market, over 75% of pending sales occurred within the $200,000 to $799,999 range, with the highest concentration in the $300,000 to $599,999 range, accounting for approximately 46% of contract signings for the month.

For single-family homes, the $800,000 to $1,199,999 price range experienced the largest decline in sales volume, experiencing a 28% year-over-year decrease with 59 sales compared to 82 in November 2022. Meanwhile, the $500,000 to $799,999 price range surged by 60.9%, with 37 sales. In the condo market, the $200,000 to $499,999 price range slumped by 23% with 127 sales, while sales at most other price points remained relatively consistent.

Fewer transactions closed above the original asking price. In the single-family home market, 21% of transactions closed above the original asking price compared to 31% last year. Only 19% of condo sales closed for more than the original asking price, compared to nearly a quarter in November 2022.

Properties sat longer on the market, though single-family homes and condos continued to mark a median days on market of under a month. Single-family homes had a median days on market of 29 days, up from 18 days in November 2022. Meanwhile, condos had a median days on market of 23 days, reflecting a five-day increase compared to the previous November.

New listings for single-family homes and condos slowed compared to last year, dipping by 7.6% and 13.1%, respectively. While the single-family home market had 672 active listings at month- end, marking a 1.5% year-over-year decrease, active inventory for condos grew by 7.5% year- over-year to 1,337 listings. However, both markets still operated with active inventory levels below pre-COVID figures, plummeting by 32% for single-family homes and 26% for condos compared to November 2019.




Monthly Stats Report November 2023
.pdf
Download PDF • 2.96MB


Oahu Local Market Update November 2023
.pdf
Download PDF • 1.40MB

bottom of page