Hawaii Land for Sale
The Aloha State isn't just for sightseeing, but is a hunting destination as well. Hawaii really doesn't have summer and winter, but wet season and dry season. The average temperature is around 88 degrees in the dry season and rarely goes below 65 degrees in the wet season. The Hawaiian Islands are strictly volcanic in nature and is divided up into ocean seashore regions, tropic forests, and even mountains like Kilauea. Hawaii's economy is made up of dominant industries such as sandalwood, sugarcane, and pineapple with military bases and tourism making up a large part of the GDP. According to Zillow, “The median home value in Hawaii is $642,526. Hawaii home values have gone up 0.1% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will fall -2.8% within the next year.” Smart Asset says, “The state of Hawaii has the lowest property tax rate in the nation at 0.27%. Despite this, the median annual tax payment in the state is $1,529, which is higher than 19 other states.” The average county tax rate is 0.288% with an estimated total tax bill for the year at $720. According to Best Places Hawaii has a cost of living rate much higher than the national average of 100 and is listed at 170.
Hunting Land for Sale in Hawaii
According to Land Watch, there are 16 listing of properties that are between 50-100 acres, although they are not listed as hunting specific. There are seven properties listed that are larger with the biggest being a 1,824 acre parcel for a whopping 3.9 million dollars. According to the Hawaii DLNR, “Game mammal hunting opportunities are offered on the six major islands in the State of Hawai‘i: (Kaua‘i, O‘ahu, Maui, Moloka‘i, Lana‘i and the big island of Hawai‘i). Each of these islands has one or more State-designated public hunting areas (called Hunting Units), which are open for hunting at certain times during each year.” Animals that can be hunted include feral pigs, mouflon sheep, feral sheep, Mouflon-feral sheep hybrids, axis deer, black-tailed deer, and feral goats. Visitors to the Hawaiian islands can boat, fish, hike bike, camp, and many other fun things.
Farm Land for Sale in Hawaii
The growing season for most items on the islands is virtually year round. Farm Flavor says, “Thanks to extremely rich soil from heavy rainfall and a mild year-round climate, Hawaii is primed for agriculture. Home to 7,500 crop and livestock farms averaging around 150 acres in size, over 30 percent of Hawaii’s land usage – or around 1 million acres – is dedicated to farming,” and includes cattle and pigs as primary livestock species. Areas of the Hawaiian Islands have the second-highest average annual rainfall on Earth, at about 460 inches.
Cheap Land for Sale in Hawaii
Hawaii has four distinct regions, the Big Island, Maui/Lanai/Molokai, Oahu, and Kauai. Of these, the Big Island has the most and most expensive properties. According to Land Watch the cheapest listing for unused possible hunting land is a 70 acre parcel in Mountain View, Hawaii County for $339,000.