For Sale by Owner

Maui Lea at Maui Hill

For Sale by Owner

If you would like to place an ad on the website ($25), please click here for the form. Complete the form and send it with a check to the address below. Your ad information and payment must be received in Aqua-Aston Hospitality, LLC's office no later than February 1, May 1, August 1, and November 1 in order to be listed on the website for the quarter. This listing for timeshare interval resale is published on a quarterly basis in March, June, September and December.

Make check payable to Maui Lea and mail the form to:

Aqua-Aston Hospitality, LLC
Condominium Administration
2155 Kalakaua Avenue, 5th Floor
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815-2398
Phone: (808) 931-1438
Fax: (808) 202-5815

Please contact the title company to get an accurate figure to draw up a new deed. The transfer fee is $175.00.

Old Republic Title & Escrow of Hawaii - Resale Information (pdf)

T: 808.522.0356 | F: 808.522.0355 | Shoretel: 45789
ckawachi@oldrepublictitle.com
Old Republic Title and Escrow of Hawaii | Old Republic Insurance Group
900 Fort Street, Suite 890 | Honolulu, HI 96813
oldrepublictitle.com

Cari Kawachi, Escrow Officer ckawachi@oldrepublictitle.com
Tiffany DeGuzman, Escrow Assistant tdeguzman@oldrepublictitle.com

THE TIME INTERVAL SALES INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS FURNISHED BY THE INDIVIDUAL INTERVAL OWNERS. THE INFORMATION HAS NOT BEEN VERIFIED BY THE MAUI LEA TIME INTERVAL ASSOCIATION, AND THUS THE ASSOCIATION ACCEPTS NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ITS CONTENT NOR FOR ANY SALE MADE OF ANY INTERVALS LISTED. THE MAUI LEA TIME INTERVAL ASSOCIATION RECOMMENDS THAT ALL SALES DOCUMENTS BE APPROVED BY LEGAL COUNSEL FOR BOTH PARTIES.

June 10, 2020

Gov. David Ige extends mandatory quarantine for trans-Pacific travelers through July 31

In a news conference Wednesday, Gov. David Ige said the two-week quarantine for trans-Pacific travelers has been extended through July 31. The interisland quarantine will be lifted June 16, but new procedures will be in place, such as a thermal screening before departure. People with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will not be allowed to board planes. Lifting the inter-island quarantine will give Hawai‘i a chance to streamline its system and prepare for the return of tourists, Ige said. (read more).


Resources
health.hawaii.gov
hawaiicovid19.com