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Slim Pickings are Latest Headache For Maui Home Sales

There was an excellent article relevant to the Hawaii market at WSJ.com. One of my biggest frustrations in working with buyers today is the lack of financeable inventory. I have qualified buyers, who don’t want a fixer, and are unable to find a home in move-in condition.

With bank-owned properties comprising a third of the market, it is difficult to find something turnkey in today’s market. Never fear buyers, I have an upcoming listing in Kihei—house plus ohana, totally remodeled for $299K. Get your bid in before it hits the market—call me.

Per latest RAM statistics, home inventory on Maui is down 20% from a year ago, so the nationwide figure cited in the article does apply to our market as well.

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Gary Bland R (S)

October 22, 2011

Very nice Blog. I enjoyed reading and getting this type of information.

Gary Bland R (S)

October 22, 2011

Very nice Blog. I enjoyed reading and getting this type of information.

Ken

November 5, 2011

You’re wrong! Bank-owned aren’t 1/3 of the inventory in Maui.

Ken

November 5, 2011

You’re wrong! Bank-owned aren’t 1/3 of the inventory in Maui.

Loren E. Clive, R(S)

November 5, 2011

Thanks for your comment, Ken. I love being corrected. What is the correct statistic then, according to your reckoning?

Loren E. Clive, R(S)

November 5, 2011

Thanks for your comment, Ken. I love being corrected. What is the correct statistic then, according to your reckoning?

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