Veteran Home Loans in Kapolei
In 1990 Campbell Estates broke ground on the city of Kapolei and it has quickly become Oahu’s “second city”. The population is of Kapolei has nearly tripled since 1990, to 125K, and it is the fastest-growing city in the state. The city has many of the amenities and businesses one would fine in a larger city on the mainland. Theaters, multiple shopping centers, Hawaii’s first water park (Now Wet ‘n’ Wild Hawaii), a Costco, new government facilities, and UH West-Oahu. The city is probably the closest thing recent island arrivals will find to an up-and-coming suburban town in mainland America. This is probably what draws so many veterans and active duty members to utilize their VA home loan benefit to purchase a property in Kapolei. Additionally, since the town is only 20 years old, Kapolei’s newly constructed homes and condos are more appealing than some of the other parts of the island where many of the homes were built in the 1950s.
If you’re looking to purchase a home in Kapolei, Hawaii using your VA loan benefit, Elias Halvorson can help. Elias is a VA-approved mortgage broker with years of experience helping veterans and active military members realize the dream of home ownership.
When you work with Elias, you can be confident that you’re getting the best possible service and guidance throughout the VA loan process. We will work with you to ensure that you are getting the most benefit from your VA loan and that you are able to close on your dream home in Kapolei, Hawaii.
If you’re ready to get started on the path to home ownership in Kapolei, Hawaii, contact the top VA loan officer in Kapolei today. We look forward to helping you realize your dream of owning a home in this beautiful state.
Top Kapolei VA Home Finance Services & Assistance
What to Expect When Purchasing a Home in Kapolei
The average home price in Kapolei is $912K while the average condo price is $702K. Almost all condos in Kapolei are VA-approved, but call to confirm the Kapolei condo/townhome you are interested in is eligible to use your Hawaii VA loan. With all the new construction, one would think the school district would have more highly-ranked schools. Although the facilities in many Kapolei schools are nice, the Kapolei school rankings leave much to be desired. The long commute is one of the biggest drawbacks to living in Kapolei if you are working in town or on Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. Unless you are working shift work, you can count on a 40-60 minute commute, sometimes much worse, for your morning and evening drives.