The statistical report by the Realtors Association of Maui for April 2012 shows that the things are generally steady and positive. Median price of Residential homes were $479,500 for April, up from March, at 78 homes sold, almost the same number as in March. For Condos, the median price for Maui was $399,000, up from March, based off of 128 sales, approxmiately the same number as in March. In the much less busy land category, the median price as down to $365,000 in April, down from March, off of only 8 transactions, way down from the previous month.

Central Maui (Kahului and Wailuku) were the busiest for Residential home sales, with 17 transactions closed at a median price of $350,000. Kihei was next busiest with 12 home sales closed at median price of $476,000. Kula/Ulupalakua/Kanaio district had 9 single family homes closed in April at $700,000 median. There were 6 transactions closed in the following two districts: Makawa/Olinda/Haliimaile, for median of $377,000, and the Napili/Kahana/Honokowai, at median of $675,750.

In Condominium sales, Kihei was by far the busiest district, with 47 units sold in April, up a bit from March, at median of $226,000, which is down in price from March. The next busiest district for condos was Napili/Kahana/Honokowai, with 20 units sold at median of $325,000. Wailea/Makena had 17 closings, at a median price of $965,000 way up compared to the previous month in price and volume. Central Maui had 11 units sold at median of $200,000, down in volume compared to March, but up in price.