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We wanted to let our owners and rental clients know of temporary changes to business operations on Maui due to the COVID-19 pandemic, commonly known as coronavirus.
Destination Maui Realty remains in compliance with all State and County rulings related to COVID-19 regarding real-estate and long-term rental operations. There are some special provisions for landlords and tenants under COVID-19 which you can read about here.
Though local businesses are starting to slowly open, Maui County is still under a “Safer at Home” quarantine and rules, as well as a mandatory 14-day strict traveler quarantine, through June 30, 2020.
While closed to the public, our business is still operating. We will respond to phone and email messages and put updated information out through our website and Facebook page. Also, our agents are set up to work from home to continue serving our customers, including completing rental transactions.
U.S. real estate is still strong, spurred in part by historically low mortgage interest rates. On island residents need to move into available rental condos and homes. However, there is much we can do together electronically- over the phone and internet with renters, buyers and sellers- this is a normal part of our process. When it is essential to view a property, we will exercise an abundance of caution, hygiene and social distancing, reviewing requests on a case by case basis and in coordination with local regulations.
Our hearts go out to all community members facing this challenging time. Having been in business over 40 years, we have been through many serious challenges. We will weather this as well.
Mahalo for your continued support and stay well,
Destination Maui Realty, LLC
For the most updated COVID-19 information regarding Maui County, please see the County’s special page here: https://www.mauicounty.gov/2370/COVID-19-Coronavirus-Information
For State of Hawaii updates, including a statewide tally of COVID-19 cases, see the State’s special page here: https://hawaiicovid19.com/
- The latest update on Public Health Emergency Rules, May 26
- Update to the Public Health Emergency Rules, May 13
- Retail stores are allowed to reopen starting Monday, May 11 (with some restrictions and exceptions). See County of Maui press release here.
Previous Maui County Releases
Previous State releases
Gov. David Ige’s 6th supplementary emergency proclamation.
Help the Community
If you would like to help those in need on Maui, the Maui Food Bank could use your support. You can donate online here: https://mauifoodbank.org/
Because of partnerships the Maui Food Bank has in place, their buying power to purchase food and other essentials is greater than we could do ourselves.