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2009 

The state of Hawaii is now number 30 on the list of foreclosures and rising As reported in the Honolulu star bulletin by Alison Schaefers Hold on were climbing up in the ranks of foreclosures from number 47 two years ago to number 42 last year now we are the 30th state with auctions of foreclosur...
02/12/2009
Hey tonight is first Friday come down 5 pm to 10pm Old Wailuku; Gallerie Ha @ 51 north market street, bands, all ages poetry slam, art, live celebrity artist, retailer specials and discounts. Food, Drinks and vendor selling their home crafts, jewelry all kinds of family fun. The Maui Thing has Fi...
02/06/2009
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Puuone expert I have been a Wailuku Broker-Realtor for 8 years. Wailuku has some great older condominiums that are sleepy, well cared for and quite. Puuone Gardens, Hale Alii, Towers, Terrace if your interested in a slower quieter City life call me 808-280-344 I have lived in all of these condomi...
02/03/2009
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This is a link to the article about Wailuku's first Friday in the Maui Weekly.   Crazy in Love   http://www.mauiweekly.com/2009/02/05/wailuku_is_crazy_in_love/
02/03/2009
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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