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Island Sotheby’s International Realty is proud to announce that Maeghan Pocock, R(S) is one of the most recent agents to join the prestigious firm’s growing team.

A native of Buffalo, New York, Maeghan has called Maui home for more than a decade and lives in Kula with her husband and their two children. When she isn't guiding her clients through real estate transactions, you can often find her spending time with her family and friends, volunteering throughout the community, exploring the outdoors and enjoying all that Maui has to offer.

Maeghan makes it a priority to learn about her clients’ interests and goals in order to find the perfect home or investment. She takes pride in being a dedicated and accessible resource to her clients near

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Everyone imagines what it might be like to build their dream home on a picturesque property on Maui.

Buying a vacant lot and building a custom home can seem a little daunting, but starting from scratch means that you can tailor every part of the process to meet your family’s needs. The first step — and perhaps most important — is picking out the land that will become your perfect slice of paradise. From cozy homes on the rolling slopes of Haleakala to indoor-outdoor architectural masterpieces with oceanfront access, Island Sotheby’s International Realty can help you find your ultimate escape. These are just a few of our favorite current land listings: 

45 Kuahulu Place | $4.85 million


Have you always dreamed of being able to walk out

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Everyone wants their backyard to feel like an oasis, and there’s no better way to do so than by filling it with tropical plants and flowers. 

Because of the island’s rich soil and mild climate, flowers, plants and fruit trees tend to grow like weeds, even if you don’t have a green thumb. But there are a few simple tips and tricks you can pick up that will boost your soil’s health and help your plants grow to heights. And many of them don’t involve pricey materials found at gardening stores. Here are seven tips to help you grow your best tropical garden:

  • There’s no need for chemical pesticides. Instead, try a microbial solution of microorganisms, which can take care of the pests without harmful toxins. One of the most popular products
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