Real Estate

Sustainable Development

Land Restoration

Joshua Chavez has been in the real estate and construction industry on Maui for 17 years.  Growing up on the island, he started in the business after graduating from King Kekaulike High School in 1999.  Joshua has helped many people to realize their dream of owning a piece of Maui, and has years of experience in developing his own and other properties.

 

Three current projects are the Waihee Valley Restoration Project, Maui Hawaiian Village, and Hoku Nui Maui.

 

The Waihee Valley Restoration Project and Maui Hawaiian Village is an effort to clear invasive trees and to restore native Hawaiian agriculture.  It is located on a 25 acre property owned by Joshua that is a site for agriculture, education, land restoration, stream life, and Hawaiian culture.

 

Hoku Nui Maui is a 258 acre property in Upcountry Maui being developed into a regenerative farming and restoration community.  Joshua handled the acquisition of the property and is assisting in managing development of the project.

 

  

 

 

 

 

Joshua Chavez (808) 268-9726  

Joshua@LuxuryMauiProperty.com  

 

 

 

 

Real Estate Glossary
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sale and leaseback
A financial arrangement where the buyer purchases the property and the seller leases it from the new owner. The buyer gets a fixed return on his or her investment.
secondary mortgage market
A market for the purchasing and selling of mortgages in order to provide greater liquidity for mortgages. Also known as the secondary money market. The primary mortgage market is where the mortgage originates from.
secured loan
A loan that is backed by collateral.
security
Anything of value that is pledged in order to insure the repayment of a debt.
servicer
An organization tha tcollects principal and interest payment from borrowers. They will also manage a borrower's escrow account and service mortgages that have been purchased by an investor in the secondary market.
short sale
A property that is not totally paid off is sold for less than the total mortgage amount. The lender accepts the sale amount and forgives the outstanding balance. For example: a homeowner owes $100,000 on a property and sells it for $90,000. The bank accepts the $90,000 and sometimes (but not always) considers the debt fully satisfied.
subordinate financing
A mortgage or lien on real property that is of less importance than the primary mortgage. A secondary mortgage is an example.
sweat equity
When labor is counted in lieu of monetary investment as part of an effort to gain ownership of real property.
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34 Wailea Gateway Place Suite A 207
Wailea HI 96753
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Fax (808) 244-8287
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