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In this volatile Real Estate market it is important to understand the many facets of this changing market, appraisers begin to pen this (2013) market as a recovering Real Estate market, with the ability to increase the appraisal by .3/4 per month of last comparable sale. When choosing a Realtor/Broker keep in mind the many attributes that bring in expertise, short sales, foreclosures, REO’s and the continuing straight forward Multiple listing sales. I have experience in every market, in every condition.

Call me for advice in each and every area of today’s Real Estate market.

 

It is nice to be important, yet important to be nice.

Maui News Front Page Article

If you have any questions what so ever on Maui foreclosures, call me directly and I have the inside scoop as I attend the auction everyday.

Jeffery B. Griffin Realtor® (Broker) e-Pro GRI

808-280-3442 cell

Jeff Griffin LLC 

2020 Main Street

Wailuku, HI 96793

The sale information being made available to you through this blog is a courtesy only. No guarantees are being made as to its completeness or correctness and this information is subject to change at any time.

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I expected to see a beach ... Instead I got reality

March 07, 2012 06:32 PM
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Aloha jeffrey - thanks for the surprise activity happening on your beautiful island

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This looks like quite the party! 

March 08, 2012 11:07 AM
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Yes it was a blessing for a block party called First Fridays in Wailuku. 

March 08, 2012 12:58 PM
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"An Open Letter to the Ohana's on Maui" My heart goes out to each and everyone of us, as we struggle in these trying times. The information provided on this blog is courteous & only meant to inform you, your families, friends. Many of us have found ourself ousted with no where to turn to. In these turbulent times I'm often reminded to remain humble & pure, because any of us could be on the receiving end of a foreclosure, there are 100's maybe 1000's of attributes that bring us to a loss of homes. I'm here to help and inform, "please call me" and I promise to help you to the best of my ability. Owners, Industry folks, Renters, anyone who is affected by foreclosures, because in the long run we are all are in this together. Aloha Jeffery