Coldwell Banker Island Properties welcomes Mary Anne Fitch and Associates to the brokerage’s Global Luxury division and International Luxury Alliance. In this alignment of two real estate powerhouses, Fitch will join the firm as a senior partner.
Consistently recognized as Maui’s top-producing broker throughout her 30-year career, Fitch has established herself and positioned her group as experts in Maui luxury real estate.
“Throughout her decorated career, Fitch has sold over $1 billion in real estate while maintaining the highest level of client satisfaction. With a wide portfolio of past sales, Fitch notably represented the seller of 9 Bay Drive in Kapalua which sold for $24,000,000 in December 2020. Her combined sales stand at over $174 million in 2021 alone,” according to the announcement.
“Through this new partnership, our clients will benefit greatly from the international reach, exceptional experiences and marketing support offered by Coldwell Banker Island Properties Global Luxury,” said Fitch. “Together, we will continue to solidify Maui’s position as the premier destination for luxury homebuyers.”
Founded 25 years ago, Coldwell Banker Island Properties is the leader in neighbor island real estate, serving the markets of Maui, Hawaiʻi Island, and Kauaʻi. The firm is on track for a record year with over 1,420 transactions totaling $1.4 billion through 2021, already beating its 2020 sales performance. Within the luxury space, Coldwell Banker Island Properties Global Luxury has sold more $1 million homes than any other firm in its market areas.
In speaking about today’s merger, Coldwell Banker Island Properties President Steve Houle said, “We are thrilled to welcome Mary Anne and her associates to our organization. To be able to combine Mary Anne’s expertise and our vast Global Luxury resources and networks is a true one-of-a-kind opportunity.”
Since the summer of 2020, the West Maui market has remained an area of focus and rapid growth for Coldwell Banker Island properties as the firm opened a flagship office in Kapalua and acquired other market leaders including Sakamoto Properties.