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Kauai & Maui Marketing Times

As part of taking a fresh look at the Hawaii real estate markets, I've updated my charts for days on market for Kauai & Maui residential sales.  Kauai residential sales continue to average just under 6 months of marketing time.  By definition, this is for homes that actually sold and while I've not looked to see time on market for those that haven't sold, I'd guess that some are way out there.  Maui residential sales time has taken a sharp increase in 2009 and is now averaging well over 6 months.  Both markets continue to deal with a large number of short sales and foreclosures.

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Comment balloon 3 commentsRichard T. Dolbeare • August 30 2009 04:41PM
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