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July 2018

Found 4 blog entries for July 2018.

For years, Coldwell Banker Island Properties has helped people find home, and now our mission extends to our furry friends.

With Adopt-A-Pet.com, North America's largest non-profit pet adoption website, we're committed to helping adoptable animals find a loving home.

Contact me today, and join me in supporting a great cause.

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Today the iconic Coldwell Banker brand is synonymous with a gold standard of service, cementing its status as a premier real estate authority for present and future generations of discriminating buyers and sellers everywhere.

The Coldwell Banker Global Luxury℠ program redefines the world of luxury real estate marketing. The prestige of the Coldwell Banker® name, combined with state-of-the-art technology, bespoke marketing strategies and one of real estate’s most robust global networks encompassing 88,000 independent sales associates in approximately 3,000 offices in 49 countries and territories, culminates in extraordinary representation that crosses oceans, continents and language barriers. Our Luxury Property Specialists — many of whom rank among the

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1. Find an Experienced Maui Agent (Ask Maria to help you)

Enlisting the help of an experienced agent who understands your needs to guide you through the process will save you time and a lot of headache—and will of course get your home sold more quickly and for more money than trying to list your home on your own.

2. Consider Repairs and Improvements

Your real estate agent will do a thorough walkthrough of your home and will likely make recommendations on both minor and major repairs or improvements you should consider. Additionally, be proactive about any known maintenance issues to your home, as these will surface during an inspection.

Homes can also gain value if you make improvements such as painting your home (inside or outside),

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On Tuesday, July 3rd, 2018 a fire began along the side of the Haleakala Highway on the island of Maui. The fire Consumed around 2,500 acres of old sugar cane fields. It grew so quickly because of the dried out vegetation and high trade winds. The fire was put out by the work of some very brave men and women at the fire department along with the community in the form of some companies such as the owners of the land Alexander & Baldwin, Goodfellow Bros., and West Maui Land Co., all helped fight the fire by using bulldozers and water tanks to create a fire break so that the inferno did not spread further across Maui's beautiful landscape.

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