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    Maui Vacation Rental Supply and Unit Demand up From 2022, but Down From Pre-pandemic Levels

    Data from the Hawaii Department of Business, Economic Development, and Tourism show that Maui’s vacation rental supply, unit demand, and occupancy in February remained down double-digits from pre-pandemic levels in 2019 but were up from last year. Statewide, vacation rentals reported increases in supply, demand, and average daily rate (ADR), with lower occupancy, in February 2023 compared to February 2022. In comparison to pre-pandemic February 2019, ADR was higher in February 2023, but vacation rental supply, demand, and occupancy were lower.

    Maui Now (03/23/23)

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