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If your interested in buying or selling Maui real estate then you've come to the right place. With 20 years on Maui, I have the local knowledge,  experience & expertise for Maui Real Estate. My goal is to provide you with excellent service at all times. Here you will find a searchable MLS for all active Maui County real estate, Market News, & Local Resources.

Buyers

 Weather its your dream home, vacation home, investment home or your first home that your looking to buy. I'm here to help make that Maui dream a reality. Helping  you through the process from begin to end. I will  make sure your  transaction goes as easy and smooth as possible. Real estate is an exciting investment and I'm dedicated to building strong and lasting client relationships. 

Sellers

 If you are interested in selling your home, land or condominium on Maui, one of the first steps is to determine how much your  property is worth? In todays market this can be a challenging task for homeowners. Contact me with your property information and I can help you by preparing a Comparative Market Analysis and a free no-obligation custom marketing plan to make sure your home gets the exposure it deserves. This data will give you an indication of what your property may sell for, should you decide to put it on the market.

I appreciate the opportunity to work with you and give you the dedicated service and excellence you deserve. I have designed my website to provide you with all the valuable resources, that can help you with all your Maui real estate needs, goals, hobbies, and living.  I look forward to making a lasting client relationship and a new friend.

Joy Steadman R(S)

Please search the MLS, I will be happy to arrange for you a viewing of any condo,
home or property you are interested in. If you need to sell your home, condo or property
please call me. I promise to give you the best service available.

Joy Steadman R(S)
Direct: 808-280-6093




Maui International Real Estate Services
137-B Hana Hwy
Paia, Hi 96779

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Your Upcountry & North Shore Specialist

For a small Pacific island, Maui is incredibly diverse in every way. In fact, Maui has 17 sub-climate zones ranging from tropical forests to desert. You can watch the sunrise from atop 10,000-foot Haleakala Crater, then journey through bamboo forests on your way to watch the sunset set from a beautiful sandy beach. Each community on Maui has its own unique flavor and flare most are self-contained with a variety of services and activities to offer all its residents. Though the island is small, there is definitely a place for everyone to feel at home. It won’t take long to understand why residents say “Maui No Ka Oi” (Maui is the Best). Here is a spotlight of the communities for Upcountry & North Shore.

Srecklesville/Paia/Kuau

Average temperature: 75-85, yearly rainfall 12-18”, Elevation: Sea level to 100 feet, Population: 3,254. Paia is a quaint little beach town, known as Maui’s Historical Plantation Town and host to a diverse group of residents and visitors. Choice of living here can be a cute little plantation home or a fabulous Ocean front Home. Also, home to Maui’s Country Club, skate park & youth center, choice of several congregations, small boutiques, surf shops, restaurants with a “healthy” focus, arts & craft stores and the worlds best “Health food store“. Also Known for renowned surfing spots and World Class windsurfing, describe to some as the “windsurfing capital of the world“.

Haiku

Average temp:70-80, yearly rainfall 120”, Elevation: 512 feet, Population: 9,944. Haiku is a rural community that became a busy cannery town that stretches from upcountry to the ocean. The Pineapple canneries have now been renovated into market places with surf shops, restaurants and art & yoga studios. Most of the properties are zoned “agricultural” , with thick vegetated forests, banana trees, bamboo, guava, palms and avocados is home to many people who like the quiet and tropical abundance of this region. The range of housing can be from a small charming plantation home to a spectacular oceanfront, gated community. Also, known for having the world’s Largest wave known as Peahi or “Jaws”. You can also enjoy hiking to and swimming in one of the many waterfalls.

Makawao/Olinda/Hailiimaile

Average Temp: 70, yearly rainfall: 58”, Elevation: 1200 to 4000 feet, Population: 6,327. Makawao is an old “paniolo” town with the rustic charm of the old western days. Most famous for it’s 4th of July parade and Largest Rodeo in the State. Enjoy the mild climate, beautiful green, rolling pastures and the outstanding blue ocean views on the slopes of Mt. Haleakala. The refurbished old town buildings house, beautifully decorated boutiques, art galleries, shops and restaurants. Makawao is also a center for the practice of alternative medicines. Makawao has many well known schools including one of Hawaii’s most exclusive private schools, Seabury Hall. Residents enjoy a semi-rural way of life.

Pukalani

Average temp: 75, Yearly rainfall: 22”, Elevation: 1300 feet, Population: 7,560. Pukalani , which means “Hole in the Heavens”, is sunny almost all the time. Pukalani offers beautiful expansive views of the entire Central Valley and the West Maui Mountains. Upcountry residents focus around the Pukalani Terrace Center, which includes a large supermarket, hardware store, post office, take out , and 3 banks. Pukalani also has a upcountry pool, community center, playing fields, and a 18-hole Golf Course. Homes consisted of an eclectic mix from charming plantation to golf course estates.

Kula/Ulupalakua/Kanaio

Average temp: 65-75, Yearly rainfall: 34” Elevation:1,000-4,000 Population: 7,315. This rural community Kula lives up to it’s name which means “open country” with spectacular views from almost every vantage point and is a combination of agricultural, rural and residential. There are only a few charming old country stores, shops and restaurants. Kula is the host to higher elevations of Mt. Haleakala where outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy a variety of activities. Some of the richest soil lies here with an abundance of local farms growing a variety of crops, and a working ranch providing island beef. Homes here vary just as much as the farms.

The Upcountry and North Shore areas are sodiverse in many ways, and so are the real estate values. Understanding these differences affect all decisions made in real estate. Whether you're buying or selling allow me to help in your Upcountry or North Shore real estate journey.

Joy Steadman R(S)
Direct: 808-280-6093

Maui International Real Estate Services
137-B Hana Hwy
Paia, Hi 96779

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