Double tap if your little ones love to accessorize 👌🏼When @brianahopewillis came by to see me at the Kapolei Farmers market, she wasn’t sure if Brayden would wear a hat. But, turns out, it’s now his favorite 😆Head over to her feed to see the many ways to wear the Rowan hat.
👉🏼What items do your kids love to accessorize with?? Are they into necklaces? Glasses? Scarves?? (I’m all about the necktie scarves lately.)
🌿P.s. The Banana Leaf joggers and Lucy romper will be restocked this Wednesday! Set your alarms because this print sold lightening fast last time. Watch for the restock starting at 12pm pst/9am hst.
💬There are many unsubstantiated theories about what is happening with home prices. From those who are worried that prices are falling (data shows this is untrue), to those who are concerned that prices are again approaching boom peaks because of “irrational exuberance” (this is also untrue as prices are not at peak levels when they are adjusted for inflation), there seems to be no shortage of opinion.
However, the increase in prices is easily explained by the theory of supply & demand. Whenever there is a limited supply of an item that is in high demand, prices increase. It is that simple. In real estate, it takes a six-month supply of existing salable inventory to maintain pricing stability. In most housing markets, anything less than six months will cause home values to appreciate and anything greater than seven months will cause prices to depreciate (see chart below). According to the Existing Home Sales Report from the National Association of Realtors (NAR), the monthly inventory of homes for sale has been below six months for the last five years (see chart below). Bottom Line
If buyer demand continues to outpace the current supply of existing homes for sale, prices will continue to appreciate. Nothing nefarious is taking place. It is simply the theory of supply & demand working as it should.
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Happy birthday @don_k_won!@dickeys_kapolei thank you for self serve BBQ sauce, as it should be! #pulledpork was just right. #beef#brisket could've been left in the smoker a bit longer but the flavor was good. (I'm guessing this will improve once the hype dies down and the employees find their groove - the line was to the door or out the door the entire time.) Pretty good deal for the price actually. I was surprised not to see the usual 50-100% paradise tax markup on these mainland chains when they first arrive. #Kapolei#westside#Oahu#Hawaii