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First Fridays   Aloha ha It's that time again when I remind you to stop in to old Wailuku after work on the first Friday of the month 5 to 7pm. I would appreciate seeing some smiling faces down here. We have several loan companies to visit that you can network with. Kamaaina properties, old schoo...
Ma’alaea Properties LLC plans to develop a large $400 million subdivision on 257 acres of former sugar-cane fields south of Wailuku on the island of Maui, despite opposition from the County Department of Planning and nearby residents. Plans for the Ma’alaea Mauka development include 949 residenti...
WAILUKU – Computers, televisions, stereo systems, cell phones and any electronic product with a circuit board can be “e-cycled” Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the War Memorial Stadium parking lot. Participants can also investigate a reuse site, where working electronic gear will be given away...
Aloha haI am so excited to start the new year off, 2008 looks bright ahead. I am gearing up a new professional profile, web site and marketing. I am going to be doing a lot of door knocking. I've written my business plan and the amount of contacts and peeps and numbers I have to accumulate to ge...


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"An Open Letter to the Ohana's on Maui" My heart goes out to each and everyone of us, as we struggle in these trying times. The information provided on this blog is courteous & only meant to inform you, your families, friends. Many of us have found ourself ousted with no where to turn to. In these turbulent times I'm often reminded to remain humble & pure, because any of us could be on the receiving end of a foreclosure, there are 100's maybe 1000's of attributes that bring us to a loss of homes. I'm here to help and inform, "please call me" and I promise to help you to the best of my ability. Owners, Industry folks, Renters, anyone who is affected by foreclosures, because in the long run we are all are in this together. Aloha Jeffery