It’s that time of year when reflect on the recent past, look ahead and make plans to achieve new dreams.
If those plans include buying or selling a home or condominium on Maui, we’ve got you covered. 2018 was a record year for Island Sotheby’s International Realty, which represented listings that would break sales records in Hawai'i, including a sprawling $49 million Kapalua estate and a condominium at Wailea Point offered for $25 million.
But experts say 2019 could hold even more opportunities, especially for buyers. It’s no secret that over the past couple years, inventory has been tight — new properties have been hitting the market, but not enough to keep up with the demand. That trend, however, could change a bit.
“I believe that in…