By Kelly Robinson (RS), Maui Real Estate
Maui remains a Sellers’ market! Many properties continue to sell over the asking price with very short “days on the market.” The ability to work remotely, generated mostly by the Covid19 pandemic, remains strong even more than a year after its tumultuous arrival. Office buildings and commercial properties may need to think about repositioning as the workplace continues to adapt to a “new norm.” For the most part, the majority of Maui island has the technological capabilities to allow those who can work from home to do so. Why not work from paradise?
Combine that thought with the overall shift of the acceptance of technology, and you realize the new mindset has shifted the behaviors in our day-to-day life in everything from grocery delivery to purchasing a home without ever seeing it in person. Maui in all its beauty and awe, has historically been able to stay above some of the historical challenges felt by many other states. Even now, the desire to purchase on Maui remains higher than the inventory available. A combination that likely will be around for much of the foreseeable future.
Kelly got her Real Estate license and began Maui Real Estate in 2019. She also works as a Transaction Coordinator for other Realtors as a great way to learn even more about the business. Kelly was born and raised on Maui and is a Kamehameha Schools graduate. During college, she worked in the hotel and entertainment industry and then went into hotel management.
Since then, Kelly has worked with Hawaiian Entertainment as a cultural activities and hula dancer. Kelly Robinson has seen and cared for much of the island’s inhabitants as well as its visitors. A woman of many talents and skills, Robinson also currently works with Craig Hill as the onsite coordinator for Maui Pineapple Chapel.