Maui Real Estate Blog

Miscellaneous notes on November 1st

I had a few quick notes that didn’t quite constitute full blog posts on their own. First of all, we have information on a couple of pretty good opportunities for Upcountry Buyers. They are brand spanking new construction town homes listed in the high $400,000s. The seller is offering below market 30 year fixed financing at 5.125 percent with 10% down. The seller may even consider a credit to be applied to closing costs. All of this comes with a great Upcountry location close to schools, shopping and more. Contact us if this sounds like an interesting opportunity and we would be happy to provide additional details.

I also had a couple of notes on Paia town. First, I wanted to say thank you to Daniel Sullivan of Indigo for spear heading the Paia town Halloween efforts. With the county trying to scale back Lahaina Halloween, Daniel thought it would be a good idea to offer an alternative for North Shore residents. He organized the local merchants encouraging the shops to offer kids trick or treating. He also encouraged and publicized the adult oriented entertainment offered at various bars and restaurants. By all accounts, it was a rousing success. There was great turn out among the trick or treaters and the bars and restaurants were packed with costumed adults as the evening progressed. Thanks to Daniel for all of his efforts.

Also, the Flatbread Company will be hosting a second anniversary party tomorrow night. It seems like just yesterday that Flatbread opened its doors in Paia. They have been a wonderful addition to the community offering delicious pizza in a great atmosphere. Even more noteworthy, they have been good citizens. Their Tuesday night community nights have helped raise a lot of money for local non-profits and they always give generously to other charity events. Stop by Flatbread Sunday night September 2nd to celebrate their time in our community.

Pete Jalbert

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