Real Estate Maui Hawaii Blog

Mark and Lisa bring you the latest on the Hawaii real estate market, events, fundraising benefits, news, sports, new island developments, tips to help you buy or sell a home and more. Subscribe to receive updates on our weekly blog today!

Bring the Family to the 96th Annual 2018 Maui Fair

One thing that brings us joy this fall is the upcoming Maui Fair!
September 28, 2018

Fall is such a lovely time on the island. With so much to do from catching surf to exploring the change of seasons in Maui’s upcountry, it’s no wonder why these months are some of the best out of the year. One thing that brings us joy this fall is the upcoming Maui Fair! This year marks the 96th year of this family-friendly event and we hope you are just as excited as we are to attend!

From a livestock and poultry contest to fair rides, french fries, and so much more! A night at the Maui Fair is a rite of passage to living in Hawaii. This year’s theme just happens to be, “Celebrating the Good Ol Days- time spent looking back and making memories”. In honor of all the memories made over the greater half of a century, this year’s fair extravaganza is sure to be the best one yet. So why not join in and make a few memories too by attending the opening night on Oct. 4th? The fair will last a few days with the final night slated for Oct. 7th!

That means you’ll have plenty of time to get your tickets, ride some rides, and experience some community spirit. Every year the fair hosts an array of contests to bring the community in and showcase all that Maui has to offer. From a baby of the year contest to a horticulture exhibit, and from showcasing local school art to a parade, the Maui fair does not disappoint. We hope you consider attending and purchase your pre-sale tickets today.

Hours of admission to the 2018 Maui Fair will be:

●        Thursday, October 4th (5 pm to 11 pm)

●        Friday, October 5th (5 pm to midnight)

●        Saturday, October 7th (5 pm to 11 pm)

●        Sunday, October 7th (10 am to 11 pm)

Adults will be charged $10 to enter, with a $5 charge for children ages 5 to 11 while kids four years old and under receive free admission. Gather the family, bring your camera, and make sure to budget for a delicious funnel cake and enjoy all that this year’s fair has to offer.

Being able to participate in community gatherings such as the fair is just one of the many reasons we love living here on Maui and know you do too! If you’re considering investing in vacation rental real estate or even buying your first home on Maui, then make sure to reach out to Maui Realtors Mark and Lisa today.

You can contact us today with any questions you may have about real estate on Maui. You might also find our real estate map handy to use when starting your search. You can also explore our latest listings on here as well.  Enjoy your search and we hope to see you this October at the fair. Aloha!

Blogs for September 2018

Bring the Family to the 96th Annual 2018 Maui Fair

Posted on September 28, 2018

Fall is such a lovely time on the island. With so much to do from catching surf to exploring the change of seasons in Maui’s upcountry, it’s no wonder why these months are some of the best out of the year. One thing that brings us joy this… Continue Reading

Maui Wailea Grand Champions Villas For Sale Today

Posted on September 21, 2018


Condos for sale in Maui are gaining in popularity in the real estate market and now is a great time to buy before Maui condo prices increase any further. So if you are considering in buying your own condo or investing a vacation rental real estate purchase… Continue Reading

Maui Wins Again Ranking as Top Island in Hawaii

Posted on September 14, 2018


For those of us that currently live on Maui, we know why we love this island so much. From the beautiful sunrises over Haleakala to the glorious sunsets along the west side to the plethora of activities to choose from, this island is truly something special. Perhaps… Continue Reading

Hawaii Economy is on the Upswing

Posted on September 07, 2018

A recent report by the state Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism (DBEDT) shows that Hawaii’s economy is anticipated to grow over the next 30 years.

According to the report, Hawaii’s economy is expected to increase by 1.7 percent per year between 2016 and 2045. This number is… Continue Reading

Archives
Mark and Lisa

Mark A Harbison
R(B) (GRI) (CIPS) (TRC)

Mark@RealEstateMauiHawaii.com

(808) 283-3785

Coldwell Banker Island Properties
Shops at Wailea, Suite B-35
3750 Wailea Alanui * Kihei, HI 96753
Meyer Computer, Inc.
Web Services provided by Meyer Computer, Inc.
Web Hosting & Design