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June 27, 2016

Residential/Condo Sales Decline, Land Sales Increase

May 2016 residential sales declined to 93 homes sold, condominium sales declined to 118 units sold and land sales increased to 14 lots sold.
June 27, 2016

Home Prices in Urban Honolulu Increase 6.6%

Honolulu home prices, including distressed sales, increased by 6.6% in April 2016 compared to April 2015; prices increased by .4% in April compared to March.
June 24, 2016

Ask the Expert: What Must You Know Before Buying a Condo?

Today’s question has been answered by L. Lee & Barbara Potts from Aloha Group Maui KW Island Living. This is part two of a four-part series about purchasing a condo in Hawai‘i. Click here to read part one. Q: What are the four things you must know before you buy a condo in Hawai‘i? A: If your realtor hasn’t mentioned these important... Read more »
June 21, 2016

Effort to Help Curb Evictions Expands to Maui

A grassroots effort called STAE or "Steps to Avoid Eviction" aims to ensure that landlords get paid the rent they are owed and tenants are not evicted.
June 17, 2016

Kamalani Community to Feature Uncommon Benefits

High-speed internet, gas energy and private yards are all value-added features of a new affordable housing project planned for North Kīhei on Maui. Site work for the Kamalani project  began in March, with construction planned for this fall. Project representatives say the project includes: a high-speed fiber optic broadband network; gas ranges and dryers and... Read more »
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  • Re: Maui Planning Committee to Hear Affordable Housing InitiativesPosted by Kula Farmer on 6/29/2016 1:59am

    Affordable housing,,,,
    How about,
    County buy or enter partnership for a few thousand acres of A&B land,
    Subdivide into 1 acre lots
    Sell at cost to long time residents with stipulations on resale
    Low down
    County carry paper rather than a bank, same thing as a bond sale except the county gets the interest.
    Provide water,
    Thumb our collective noses at the EPA and let folks do cesspools to reduce costs,
    Waive or reduce fees,
    Allow homeowners to do own trades work, still needs inspections,
    Allow house and cottage, but house can not be over 2200sf with no minimum size,
    Allow homeowner to live onsite while building
    Allow alternative dwellings with allowances for innovation
    Require that all residents grow or attempt to grow a home garden
    Disallow vacation or short term rentals
    Disallow speculation

  • Re: Maui ‘Ground Zero’ in Coral Reef StudiesPosted by Stand Alone on 6/28/2016 3:11pm

    Hey bubbles, I was just pulling your legs. I'm glad that you love the islands. But if you're thinking about moving to hawaii... Think about it really carefully.... then rethink about it again.. then again.....
    Resons is the cost of living is high here. Yes, it's beautiful here but it comes with a price.
    I'm just trying to make sure you know what you're getting into. Most of my friends that tryed to live here failed
    They just couldn't adjust to the cost just to live here.
    Anyway, again like many others that came to visit us here in Hawaiʻi. Glad you appreciated what we have. And hope we can keep it the way everyone knows and loves Hawai'i for. With alittle fighting to preserve it.
    Aloha Bubbles.......

  • Re: Testimony Begins in Capobianco Murder TrialPosted by Maui_Mike on 6/28/2016 1:22pm

    What a weak defense, we all know he did it, and so does his attorney......and this jury will also come to the same conclusion, I'm sure of it.
    I would love to have five minutes alone with this creep.

  • Re: Maui ‘Ground Zero’ in Coral Reef StudiesPosted by Miss_Ann on 6/28/2016 9:45am

    Aloha!

    Wrong!

    I am just a sick freak about Hawaii islands. Every time im there it is such a rejuvenating experience. I admire its beauty. The views are stunning. i love the feel of the sand between my toes...I am a very outdoorsy person. Some tourists complain about not enough TV shows in their rooms. To me the beach, the ocean and the breath taking views-is the TV. And of course my blue Hawaiian, and Mai Tai...miss them all:)

    The Hawaiian men I came across were very polite. That's all.

    Bubbles

  • Re: Testimony Begins in Capobianco Murder TrialPosted by Stand Alone on 6/28/2016 7:17am

    •\ /•

  • Re: Maui ‘Ground Zero’ in Coral Reef StudiesPosted by Stand Alone on 6/28/2016 7:07am

    Oh, I get it! While you were here on maui vacationing you met someone special.....
    Those things happens all the time.LOL.....
    Aw, poor-thing...... hey, don't feel to bad you might cross paths again.
    Have a good day......
    Aloha......
    Ps. Some things is ment to be and some are just a life experience for your memory book in your head for you to compare with in the future of your life. Aloha....

  • Re: Ask the Mayor: When Will Hāna Highway Be Repaved?Posted by Dr. Feelgood on 6/27/2016 10:39pm

    Probably the best answer I've ever seen in the "ask the mayor" section.

  • Re: Ask the Mayor: What Can Be Done About Maui’s Homeless?Posted by Stand Alone on 6/27/2016 12:04pm

    Ha,ha,ha,.... hee,hee...... I knew you was going to see this......
    LOL.......
    ALOHA.......

  • Re: Ask the Mayor: What Can Be Done About Maui’s Homeless?Posted by Miss_Ann on 6/27/2016 11:47am

    Seriously Stand Alone!! Are you just sitting out there and thinking how else you gonna torture me? New Jersey? Really? Good God!!
    Bubbles!!!

  • Re: Maui ‘Ground Zero’ in Coral Reef StudiesPosted by Miss_Ann on 6/27/2016 11:36am

    You are remaining me of what am i missing. HAWAII. I am just not ready, yet. One day

  • Re: Maui ‘Ground Zero’ in Coral Reef StudiesPosted by Miss_Ann on 6/27/2016 11:32am

    It's good to have a friend in Hawaii, otherwise I feel so lost.

  • Re: Maui ‘Ground Zero’ in Coral Reef StudiesPosted by Miss_Ann on 6/27/2016 11:12am

    It looks like the Universe has been restored (blubbering again). Please be careful with all the soda, a lot of sugar in it, right? check your sugar level every once in a while. Kamikaze drink sounds good. Absolutely, socializing is mostly all about the company.
    I meant to say that I do get lost with the GPS here in NJ(sad haha). Sometimes the GPS is telling you GO straight even though there's Do Not Enter sign (go figure?!).
    I founded what I was looking for. Hawaii is my true love. I hope I didn't offend you with my statement. Besides, that's probably already too much information...hehe to put out there....
    Can't wait to go back...
    Aloha;)

  • Re: Maui ‘Ground Zero’ in Coral Reef StudiesPosted by Stand Alone on 6/27/2016 10:58am

    Sounds to me you're in need of a friend.

  • Re: Maui ‘Ground Zero’ in Coral Reef StudiesPosted by Miss_Ann on 6/27/2016 10:45am

    No need to apologize. I know why...let them keep it. One day I will tell you why:)

  • Re: Ask the Mayor: What Can Be Done About Maui’s Homeless?Posted by commenter#37 on 6/27/2016 10:15am

    Frequently, you can see them passed out drunk on Liloa. Such a shame as kids going to Kihei Elem from Piilani Viallages and The Meadowlands must walk past them.

  • Re: Maui ‘Ground Zero’ in Coral Reef StudiesPosted by Stand Alone on 6/27/2016 8:51am

    Sorry, time difference and lifestyle may be the resons. Be patience. LOL....

  • Re: Ask the Mayor: What Can Be Done About Maui’s Homeless?Posted by Stand Alone on 6/27/2016 7:38am

    Easy fix. Collect and round up all the homeless and turn then into county and state and community slaves. Make them work odd jobs and make them earn the stay in shelters. And if they refuse, then send them to new Jersey. ( one way ticket ).....
    Don't make us who's trying to survive here working pay their meals or place of stay.
    Just send them back to where they came from. But, help our own......
    SIMPLE.......

  • Re: Ask the Mayor: When Will Hāna Highway Be Repaved?Posted by Stand Alone on 6/27/2016 5:55am

    LOL!!!!!!!! HA, HA, HA!!!!! GOOD ANSWER MAYOR! !!!!!! WELL SAID!!!!!!!! LOL!!!!!!
    Yes!!!! Somewhere else!!!!!!

  • Re: Hovering Above Maui: Hidden Hikes, Extreme LandscapesPosted by Stand Alone on 6/27/2016 5:52am

    Sounds to me hawaii has done you like to many others.
    Your experience in hawaii had soaked into you well.
    God's gift beauty to all who lives here. But, very expensive too.
    Aloha....

  • Re: Ask the Mayor: What Can Be Done About Maui’s Homeless?Posted by TSL on 6/27/2016 5:03am

    those in government can solve this problem they choose not to!Maui is our home some do not have houses!!

  • Re: Māʻalaea Arson Suspect Identified, Restaurant Closed Until Further NoticePosted by payasyougo on 6/27/2016 2:53am

    If it can be proven that he started the fire, he should spend a minimum of Ten Years in prison. Arson at a crowded place is meant to Kill people.

    But this is Hawaii. So placing him on Probation until he racks up another 25 Felony Convictions is the norm.

  • Re: Ask the Mayor: What Can Be Done About Maui’s Homeless?Posted by David Williams on 6/26/2016 10:58pm

    Those that think the homeless situation can be fixed by providing housing and handouts are mistaken. As soon as it is "solved" for the existing homeless, a new wave will arrive to get free stuff.

  • Re: Maui ‘Ground Zero’ in Coral Reef StudiesPosted by Stand Alone on 6/26/2016 6:15pm

    First off I have to say, WOW!!!! What a change in personally. ... but I have to say it's a nice change.
    Yes bubbles, I know you were just messing around about the gas pumping and all. Not to worry.
    And you're pretty much right about being a person to have a cold one with. But still even that I don't drink anymore. My diet coke does just fine for just lounging and kicking back like having my use to be favorite drink (cranberry kamikaze).
    I have lots of freinds that comes back to Maui from California, Ohio, North Carolina, Michigan, Arkansas, just to name some places.
    And we still have a great time, they drink their beverages and I have my diet coke. Socializing doesn't means you have to drink alcohol to have a good time it's the company you are with that make things good or otherwise.
    And as for you getting lost here on maui, that's funny.
    I still don't understand on what you've said about you have found what you were missing in your life but it's just a matter of time / years :( ???????? What is it? You found it? Or you're still searching for it? That it may take some time or years ?
    Anyways, hope you're doing well.
    Aloha.
    Ps. Not to worry just stay happy. ... Again Aloha "BUBBLES " LOL.....

  • Re: Study: Large-Scale Motion Around San Andreas Fault DetectedPosted by NO DO DRUGS! on 6/26/2016 2:11pm

    Wow das one big crack! i no one women who had one crack dat big!

  • Re: Hirono Promotes Hawai’i STEM OpportunitiesPosted by NO DO DRUGS! on 6/26/2016 2:07pm

    Oooo wow now when i pau clean my weed i can give her da stems!

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