Latest Association Update

Physical Office Closed (Effective March 25, 2020)

In compliance with Mayor Victorino’s Maui County Order, RAM’s physical office will be closed effective March 25, 2020 through April 30, 2020. Staff are working remotely and can be reached Monday-Friday from 8 am to 5 pm via phone and email. View Directory

RAM Hours

Office closed March 25, 2020 through April 30, 2020

Staff available Monday-Friday from 8 am to 5 pm via phone and email

Caravan

All Caravan Meetings Cancelled

Please contact the regional caravan coordinator for any inquiries.

South Maui & Upcountry – Email Coordinator

West Maui – Email Coordinator

Central Maui – Email Coordinator

Update on Real Estate Services

Real Property Assessment Division

The office is closed but able to serve the public by mail, phone or email. Taxpayers can contact the division at RPA@co.maui.hi.us or call 808-270-7297.

For the latest information, visit the Real Property Assessment Division website.


Bureau of Conveyances

As of March 20, The BOC will continue to record documents normally until further notice and highly recommends e-recording. REALTORS may want to consult their title company for any recording questions. For updates, refer to the main website.


Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, Real Estate Branch

DCCA offices will be closed to the public through Thursday, April 30th or until further notice.

During this period of office closure, no walk-in services will be available and the public is strongly encouraged to use the DCCA’s online services. For a full listing of online services go to https://cca.hawaii.gov/covid19.

Conducting Business During COVID-19

Coronavirus Guidance for REALTORS

NAR is providing this guidance to help REALTORS respond to the coronavirus’s potential impact on the real estate industry.

Coronavirus Guidance for REALTORS

Transaction Guidance During COVID-19


COVID-19 Landlord Tenant FAQs

The Office of Consumer Protection FAQ explains how Landlords and Tenants in Hawaii are affected by the special legal requirements invoked by Governor Ige’s emergency proclamations concerning coronavirus.

Landlord Tenant FAQs


Managing Your Real Estate Business during COVID-19

Hawaii REALTORS’ Legal Kokua team has put together this resource for property management, vacation rentals and sales.

Visit resource page

COVID-19 Landlord Tenant FAQs

The Office of Consumer Protection FAQ explains how Landlords and Tenants in Hawaii are affected by the special legal requirements invoked by Governor Ige’s emergency proclamations concerning coronavirus.

Landlord Tenant FAQs

COVID-19 Testing & Resources

Drive-thru COVID-19 testing on Maui

Testing is available now at the War Memorial Gym parking lot at 700 Halia Nakoa Street.

You must make an appointment prior to showing up. Those without an appointment will be turned away.

Appointments can be made by calling (808) 270-7228. Calls will be taken from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Officials say if the phone line is busy or there’s no answer, patients should not leave a voicemail. They should instead call one of the alternate numbers below:


COVID-19 Information and Updates

Maui County COVID-19 Info Page

Hawaii State Dept. of Health

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention

World Health Organization

Economic Support

Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA)

Self-employed individuals and independent contractors who are unable to work for the weeks impacted as a result of COVID-19 between Jan. 27- December 31, 2020 may apply for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance. The State Department of Labor and Industrial Relations is finalizing the eligibility guidelines and application process, and plans to activate a phone hotline to help answer any questions.

RAM is monitoring the State DOL for updates and will share to members as soon as the information is made available.

Paycheck Protection Program & Economic Injury Disaster Loans FAQ

This FAQ from the National Association of REALTORS answers frequent questions about who is eligible and how to apply for the new programs created by the U.S. Small Business Adminstration.

Coronavirus: SBA CARES Act FAQ


Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

Zero-fee loans of up to $10 million to cover payroll and other operating expenses for small businesses harmed by COVID-19 between February 15-June 30, 2020. To have the full 8-weeks of allowable costs forgiven, you should apply before May 5, so that all of your forgivable costs are incurred before June 30. Small businesses and sole proprietorships may apply on April 3; Independent contractors and self-employed may apply on April 10. Please contact your lender to begin the application process.

More information


Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL) and EIDL Grants

Hawai‘i small businesses suffering financial losses due to the impact of COVID-19 can now file for low-interest working capital loans of up to $2 million from the Small Business Administration (SBA).

More information


H.R. 6201 Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)

Congress passed emergency legislation to provide support to families, workers, and businesses. This includes benefits to small business owners and self-employed individuals.

Overview on how FFCRA impacts REALTORS®

FAQs regarding the Emergency Family Medical Leave Expansion Act in FFCRA

FAQs regarding the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act in FFCRA


New American Job Center Maui website launched

This website helps Maui County residents file for unemployment insurance or register for job searches from the safety of home in the wake of impacts from the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.

Go to Maui American Job Center website