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The ZERO Effect of COVID on the Maui Real Estate Market 

Aloha! And welcome to another weekly Maui Real Estate Market Watch Report from Eric West at Keller Williams in Whalers Village.

Maui Real Estate

 Here is what's new and developing for the week of August 24th 2020. To see the entire Google Sheets spreadsheet please click here

The big question people ask me every week…”How’s the market doing on Maui?” Many people are expecting a major downturn in demand and subsequent 20-50% reductions in asking prices.

Not so much.

In a nutshell, the Maui Real Estate Market is holding steady, very steady.

Let’s compare the last 8 months of 2020 with the exact same time period in 2019.

Now keep in mind, in 2019 the market was in FULL swing with a FULL capacity

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Maui Real Estate Market Watch

Aloha! And welcome to another weekly Maui Real Estate Report from Eric West. Here is what's new and developing for the week of July 1st 2020.

(click here for access to all of the details in the report)

  1. We had another 35 price reductions averaging 9% and a total dollar discounting of just under $6M. This is on par with what have been seeing during this Coronoa Virus time period. The two most notable reductions came from 300 Kepa Rd with a $2.7M reduction in price (34% off asking)  and 3360 Kuaua Pl with a $500K reduction (24% off asking). 

  2. For the week the market saw 55 closings for a total sales volume of just under $44M. By way of comparison, the same week last year had 76 closings for $65M. That’s a

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Maui Real Estate Closings Drop 65% in May

 

Aloha! The Maui Real Estate market is interesting to say the least. New Listings have decreased 15.5% for Single Family homes and 18.8% for Condominium homes. So inventory could in fact become even leaner than it was pre-COVID. And "Days on Market" increased 13.3 percent for Single Family homes and 28.7 percent for Condominium homes. Buyers have been quicker to return to the housing market in force than sellers, who have been showing a bit more reluctance to list their homes than is typical for this time of year. But trends are improving and as states and localities continue to moderate their COVID-19 policies, real estate activity is expected to continue to improve in the coming weeks.

To see the full

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