Rent to Own Homes near Halawa, HI

  • Because much of the land in Halawa is undeveloped and protected by conservationists, the beauty of the region will remain intact for years to come. Located just 10 minutes from Pearl Harbor, Halawa is a popular community for US Military members. For those who wish to live slightly off the beaten path, come join the other 14,000 residents of Halawa who enjoy spectacular weather, beautiful scenery, and sunny year-round weather.

Check out over 300 Halawa, HI rent to own homes for sale, which may include auction properties, for sale by owner, and more.

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Top 5 Reasons to Live in Halawa, HI

  • Best Hiking in the Region: Because most of the land in Halawa is undeveloped, residents can explore some of the best hiking trails in Hawaii. Surrounded by park-like landscaping and breathtaking views, head straight to Halawa Valley for spectacular waterfalls or Molokai. Head to Keaiwa Heiau State Park for a trail that takes you high above Pearl Harbor and features panoramic views. Or, head to Managua Valley Trail for a hike that will test even the fittest of residents.
  • Ancient History and Breathtaking Scenery: First settled in 650 AD, Halawa Valley maintains much of its Polynesian background with numerous remnants of structures scattered throughout the city. Spend a day in search of these ancient relics by starting at the Kaluaaha Church, the first Christian Church in the city, before continuing to 20 Mile Beach.
  • Say Hello to Sports! Halawa is home to Aloha Stadium that is home to the University of Hawaii Warriors football team. Considered one of the nicest college football stadiums in the U.S., the venue is open to the public and host to numbers of concerts and events. Thousands of fans flock to the arena on Saturdays from September to January to watch the Warriors take on their opponents. Head to Halawa Beach Park for the best surfing in the region.
  • Affordable Housing! With the median sales price of homes in Hawaii at $450,150, Halawa is steal with the median price of just $388,420. For a great deal on a rent to own property look to a desirable neighborhood like Mananai Place or Ala Alii Street.
  • Rising Home Values: The median home value in Halawa is increasing exponentially at the rate of 15.3% in 2014. Even better, experts predict that homes in Halawa should continue to increase in value during 2015. For the best return on your investment, great homes can be had in Halawa Heights and Foster Village.