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At Jeff's website you will be able to search all active Maui Hawaii real estate listings and Maui Hawaii Foreclosures. The site is easy to use and navigate through property searches and features the finest Hawaii homes, condos and land for sale Maui has to offer. If you're looking for an experienced real estate agent that can help you with all of your Maui real estate needs, look no further. Jeff is here to help.
Are you looking to buy the home of your dreams in Maui? Because it can take some time, if ever, before the newest homes for sale, properties, and other real estate listings in Maui appear in national multiple listing services (MLS), Jeff provides them online first.
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The second largest of the Hawaiian islands, Maui has a population of over 115,000, making it the third most-populous of the islands. In addition to the island of Maui, three other islands, Lanai, Kahoolawe and Molokai, are also included in the makeup of Maui County. The four islands are known collectively as Ma-ui Nui. Kahului is the largest town on the island, and Wailuku is the county seat. Like the other islands, tourism is a major industry here, as is agriculture. Farmers grow things like coffee, macadamia nuts, papaya, flowers, sugar and pineapples. Maui Land & Pineapple Company and Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Company operate on the island. Maui is also home to some high-tech centers, like the Maui High Performance Computing Center in Kihei, a U.S. Air Force laboratory managed by the University of Hawaii; the Maui Research and Technology Center, also in Kihei; and the Haleakala Observatory.
There are two airports on the island, the Kahului Airport in central Maui and the Kapalua Airport in western Maui. The Lahaina Kanaapali Railroad, also known as the sugar cane train, offers another means of travel throughout the island. Maui is home to two state parks: Wainapanapa State Park and Haleakala National Park, the Kapalua Tennis Garden, Maui Hunting Outfitters and 10 golf courses. It is home to such cultural relics as the Hawaii International Jazz Festival, the Maui Arts & Cultural Center , the Maui Ocean Center aquarium and the Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum.