HONOLULU - The Kealohas' foreclosed Hawai'i Kai home will be sold for $1.3 million. 

The buyer -- who lives in Hawai'i -- will pay cash for the Mariners Cove property. A federal judge approved the sale in a court hearing Wednesday.

The home was put up for sale after the retired police chief and former deputy prosecutor stopped paying their mortgage and couldn't afford to pay their lawyers. 

The sale is expected to officially close on March 29th. Once the bank, taxes and realtors get paid, there will be up to $75,000 left over. The judge will determine who gets that money once the Kealohas' criminal trial is over.