Buying your home should be a fun experience. To ease the process, be sure that you have a certified Realtor® on Maui. Within our Maui Real Estate Directory you will find professional real estate agents and brokerage companies that specialize in specific areas of the Valley Isle.
The Maui Real Estate Directory contains essential resources for buyers, sellers, home owners, real estate professionals, and anyone seeking to connect with the world of real estate on Maui.
Browse our ever-growing directory of real estate related categories & online services for Maui County in Central Maui, North Maui, Up Country Maui, South Maui and West Maui. We also provide monthly Maui County Real Estate Statistics and our Spotlight Blog is a compilation of featured real estate agents’ and brokerage companies’ weekly blogs.
Areas of Maui
Central Maui real estate includes Kahului, Wailuku and Kahakuloa. Kahului and Wailuku are the main city areas of the island and include two malls, multiple good and general stores, Maui County department buildings and much more. Kahakuloa is a perfect area to purchase property if you seek privacy and country living.
Historic Lahaina, Kaanapali and coveted Kapalua are found in West Maui. Lahaina town was the original capital of Hawaii prior to it being Honolulu and is filled with rich history due to its part that it played in the whaling industry and the heavy traffic that soon followed.
Beach goers flock to South Maui’s amazing beaches in Kihei, Makena and Maalaea. This portion of Maui has the perfect balance of shopping centers, waterfront dining and secluded living.
Heard of Ho’okipa? It’s one of the best surf spots on Maui and it is located along the North Shore of Maui. North Maui is made up of Paia, Kuau, Spreckelsville, Keanae and Haiku. The North side of Maui is probably the best compilation of beach, farms, country and junglesque greenery.
If rolling green pastures, cool mountain breeze and secluded country is your kind of lifestyle then UpCountry Maui is perfect for you. Paniolo “Cowboy” town is in Makawao, where rodeos occur frequently and you can find all your farming gear. Ranching also happens in and around Ulupalakua and Kanaio. Within the Kula area, you will find multiple agriculture lots where farmers have been harvesting generation after generation.