1122 Kukulu 1606, Kapolei, HI 96707

Our new listing:  This Pulewa at Mehana unit is a 3 bedroom, search cialis sale 2 bath with 918 square feet of living area. Unit is a corner end unit located on the 2nd floor. Some upgrades includes stainless steel appliances, physician sovaldi sale and split system AC. This is an REO. All offers are open to the public. Owner Occupants and Investors are encourage to put in an offer. VA does not pay customary closing costs, sovaldi including title, escrow fees, survey, or transfer fees unless otherwise negotiated in the offer. Buyer and Buyer’s agent do their own due diligence. Easy to show, please contact your Realtor to schedule a private showing.\n\n \n\n

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Coming Soon Iao Parkside 14-103

Coming soon to the Market:  Iao Parkside a 2 bedroom, search try 2 bath unit located on the ground floor.\n\n

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2015 New Year & New Listing: Kihei Villages 13-101

2015 New Year and New Listing: Kihei Villages 13-101. Offered at $278, cialis usa sovaldi sale 000.\n\n \n\n\n\n 

Happy Mother’s Day!

To every mother out there, help look we wish you a wonderful Mother’s Day.\n\n

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Wanna Get Rid of that Refrigerator?

The Hawaii Energy is offering a Rid-A-Fridge program. They will offer to pick it up for free,  recycle it and pay a rebate $65 for Maui. In turn, you can choose to donate your rebate to your local food bank.  This is a great program to lower your carbon foot print and help your community.  For more info check: http://www.hawaiienergy.com/rid-a-fridge

This Year’s Most Popular Home Features

\n\nWhat’s in?\n\nA recent survey from the National Association of Home Builders found buyers are focused on size, shop advice family, ampoule form and function. The features that builders said they are most likely to include in a typical single-family home this year are walk-in closets in the master bedroom, low-e windows, laundry rooms and great rooms. Energy-efficiency was also a popular theme. Energy-Star rated appliances, programmable thermostats and Energy-Star rated windows all ranked high on the list. Granite countertops, a double-sink and a central island are poised to make the cut in the kitchen. Function also took over the bathroom with linen closets and a private toilet hitting the list of must-haves. What else could you see this year? Builder said homes are likely to include first-floor ceilings that are at least nine-feet high, a front porch, exterior lighting and a patio.\n\nWhat’s Out?\n\nOne day you’re in, the next you’re out. The most unlikely features to show up in 2014 homes are laminate kitchen countertops, an outdoor kitchen, an outdoor fireplace, a sunroom, a two-story family room, a media room, a two-story foyer and a whirlpool in the master bathroom.

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Proposed Central Maui Sports Complex

I’ve been following the proposed Central Maui Sports Complex.  Central Maui Sports Complex borders all 3 subdivision which are the Legends, viagra sale buy cialis Na Hoku, prescription and Traditions.  In my opinion, ampoule the location will effect home prices.  Passive parks usually increase home values. Passive parks are parks that have open space with walking/ jogging paths,  playgrounds, etc. The sports complex includes 12 lighted sports fields: 9 Baseball/ Softball Fields and 3 Soccer Fields, along with concession stands and parking for 600+ vehicles.  The neighbors who are close to the Sports Complex are concern with the noise, sports lighting, and traffic.  Concerned neighbors have put together a website: http://central-maui-sports-complex.com to addressing their concerns.  \n\nThe Central Maui Sports Complex was visioned and proposed by Lt. Governor Shan Tsutsui to help with the needed space for organized sports.  The bordering community is not against a sport complex, but feels the location of the park is not appropriate.   In finding a solution, the community has brought this idea to move the sports complex to the Central Maui Regional Park which is 209 acres of land.  The Mayor and the Lt. Governor needs to work together to make this happen.  Here the Solution: http://www.central-maui-sports-complex.com/the-solution/\n\nThis proposal is a Win-Win Solution. We will have a sports complex in a much better location. Property values will remain stable to increasing which mean more property tax revenue for the County. The Communities in the Legends, Na Hoku, and Traditions will be happy. The park that borders these communities will be better utilized.\n\nAs part of the special permit process, the State will be holding a meeting at Pomaikai Elementary School on April 29, 2014 6:00- 7:30pm.  We encourage everyone living in these community to attend.

What to Ask Before Listing with A Maui Real Estate Agent?

A home will be among the biggest investments you make in a lifetime and no one can judge you for being a bit choosy when you hire a real estate agent to list your home.\n\nAs you prepare to put your home on the market, cialis sale viagra find an agent whose philosophy and methods align with your preferences. And be prepared to interview at least two or three agents to find the right person.\n\nAsking the right questions will help you gain insight into the agent’s capabilities and personality. Here are seven questions you might consider asking:\n\n1.   What is the average number of days your listings are on the market before selling?\n\n2.   Will you service our listing personally or will we be working with your assistants?\n3.   How many other clients are you currently serving?\n4.   Can I have your direct cell number, viagra canada or will I be talking to an assistant?\n5.   How quickly do you respond to phone calls?\n6.   Are you a full time or a part time agent?\n7.   How will you market my home?

Here are some tips and tricks to prepared for an eye-catching offer

Ready to start the home search process in low inventory market?

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Here are some tips and tricks to prepared for an eye-catching offer.

\nIn a sellers market, pilule treatment homes – especially the ones that are well\npriced – disappear just as quickly as they appear on the\nMLS. As markets heat up across the country, salve buyers should\nknow that the first to the table doesn’t always come out the\nwinner. Here are a few tips to make sure your offer gets\nnoticed.\n\nKeep it Simple: Sellers today want the sale to be void of too\nmany complicated contingencies. Of course, that doesn’t\nmean you should give up on things that are important to you\nas a buyer. Rather, make sure your offer is reasonable and\ndoesn’t put too much weight on small issues that would\ndistract the seller from what is otherwise a reasonable offer.\nGo High on the Down Payment: Before you make an offer,\ncontact a local mortgage broker – preferably one who has\nworked with your agent before – to get pre-approved for a\nloan. Once you know how much financing you’ve secured,\nyou’ll be able to estimate how much you can put down on a\nhome. And the larger the down payment, the stronger the\noffer.\n\nBe a Know It All: In the best way possible. Typically, listings\nhave a disclosure package which details listing price,\ninspection reports, seller disclosures and other items that\ncan influence the offer. Have your agent review the\ndisclosure package so that together, you can develop an\noffer that meets both yours and the seller’s needs.\n\nCome in with Cash: Not everyone will be able to purchase a\nhouse with cash alone. But if you can, you should. Sellers\nprefer cash offers because they take the risk out of the home\nnot appraising or the loan falling through.\n\nHappy House Hunting!!!!\n\nMarket Stats:\n\nKahului: 17 active listings\n\nWailuku: 62 active listings

Governor Signs “Pet Deposit” Bill into Law

The Governor signed Senate Bill 328 into law which amends the Residential Landlord Tenant Code to provide for security deposits that include an additional amount to pay for damages cause by any pet animal, order here other than an assistance animal, for sale there allowed to reside in the premises pursuant to the Rental Agreement.

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The law applies to rental agreements entered into on or after November 1, 2013.

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