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Real Estate Statistics and Report

To enhance your buying and selling experience, it’s our job as real estate professionals to provide you with as much valuable information as possible. It is essential that the buyer or seller be aware of all aspects of the real estate market before making a major decision. Whether it be through newsletters, checklists or news articles, we are here to make this process stress-free and rewarding. Please access our free reports today!

Year 2015 Maui Real Estate Statistics
2015 Maui Real Estate Statistics
Shopping For A Mortgage
Understanding about the traditional mortgages.
Renovate Right Brochure
The lead-safe, certified guide to renovate right.
Predatory Lending
Learn on how to shop, compare, and negotiate the best deal on a home loan. And provide ideas about the possible warning signs of a predatory loan.
Important Numbers 2015
It provides help for your title insurance and other real estate-related products and services.
FHA Insured Mortgage Brochure
Get to know about FHA mortgage insurance?, and what are the benefits of a FHA mortgage?
EPA Lead Pamphlet
Steps on how to protect your family from lead in your home.
Canadian Home Buyers in Maui
Buying Real Estate in the US and on Maui can be slightly different than a purchase in Canada.
A Guide to Hawaii Leasehold
It will help you to understand some of the issues involved in buying and owning residential leasehold condominium and cooperative apartments, as well as dwelling units within Planned Developments (PUD).
Foreign Buyers Guide Part
It answers your questions such as, do I need to become a citizen to buy a home in the U.S.? Is there a type of property I can’t purchase in the United States? Should I purchase U.S. property in my name? Can I pay for my property in cash? And etc.
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Landlord/Tenant Information for Maui

Landlord-Tenant Information

Many of the Buyers on Maui are Investor Buyers.  These Investor Buyers usually rent out their property either long term or short term (less than 30 days) once they purchase them. 

Did you ever wonder how many days a landlord has to return a security deposit if property is vacated with no problems?  When selling a rental property, how much notice must be given to existing tenants for showings and to vacate the property? Did you ever wonder what to do if your tenant doesn't pay the rent and refuses to vacate the property?  Did you ever wonder what to do if your landlord doesn't make a needed repair? Many questions like these and more are answered in the Landlord-Tenant Code Handbook. 

In Hawaii there are Rules (Landlord-Tenant Code) that govern the many aspects of owners renting property.  These codes also can inform you of your rights as a Tenant.

To view the Landlord-Tenant Code and the Handbook login to :  From there you may read the handbook, code, or call the Landlord-Tenant line.

You may also purchase a copy of the Landlord-Tenant Code Handbook by sending a check made out to the DCCA in the amount of $2.00 and indicate on your check "Landlord-Tenant Code Handbook"                                                                             

Mail to: DCCA attn: cashier, PO Box 541 Honolulu, HI 96809     **Remember to include your return address.

We want all of our Clients to be fully informed prior purchasing a rental property.   We also want to protect our "Future Buyers" by making them aware of the Landlord-Tenant Code information.