A Belated Mele Kalikimaka from The Maui Real Estate Team

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This is just a quick grab bag post. First and foremost, I wanted to wish a belated Mele Kalikimaka to all of our clients and readers. We had a great Christmas day with friends and family at Sugar Cove. After a stretch of soggy weather, it was nice to feel some warm Hawaiian sunshine on our faces. Here is a quick video showing the scene down at the beach.

I am back in the office for at least a few hours today gearing up for what should be a busy week. We are now officially in the busiest season for Maui Real Estate. Peak season for visitors coincides with a spike in real estate activity. More visitors means more second home buyers.

As we approach the 2012 winter home buying season, 2011 is going out with splash in the Maui Luxury Home Market. There have been three substantial luxury closes in the Makena area in the last ten days. These properties closed at $4,800,000; $8,100,000; and $15,000,000 respectively. I will be doing a Maui Luxury Real Estate market wrap up as well as a few other year end statistics posts shortly after the New Year. In the interim, please feel free to contact The Maui Real Estate Team for assistance.

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