Pursuant to health concerns regarding COVID-19, the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs recommends face masks and physical distancing requirement when visiting our office. The building will remain open from 7:45 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday, except for holidays. Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs staff are on a rotating basis in office, with the majority working from home daily.
The Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs strongly recommends utilizing phone and online services. Please email us at [email protected] or call us at (808) 586-2643 and staff will return your message. We thank you for your patience and understanding. We apologize for the inconvenience. Online services are available on the DCCA website. For a listing, go to cca.hawaii.gov/COVID19.
Meetings and Seminars
Real Estate Commission and Committee meetings will be held virtually until further notice. Please review the schedule for the upcoming meetings.
Please review the instructions for attending these meetings virtually.
Please see the following links for real estate and condominium related information related to COVID-19:
Real Estate Licensing
PSI Updated Regarding COVID-19
Real Estate Commission Bulletin May 2020 – COVID-19’s impact on real estate licensing
COVID-19: How Can You Keep Your Building Clean?
Steve Glainstein & CAI Hawaii – Cancellation or Continuation of Meetings
ThinkTech – Coronavirus & Condominium Annual Meetings
Ask the Condominium Specialist – COVID-19 Edition #1 – Proxies for cancelled meetings, selling your units during the pandemic
Ask the Condominium Specialist – COVID-19 Edition #2 – Minimizing the risk of infection in your association
Ask the Condominium Specialist – COVID-19 Edition #3 – Maintenance fees during the pandemic
Ask the Condominium Specialist – COVID-19 Edition #4 – Keeping your association cleaning during the pandemic
Ask the Condominium Specialist – COVID-19 Edition #5 – Short-term rentals deemed non-essential
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Due to the limited public access to the office and rotating staff, developers are strongly recommended to submit their applications for a developer’s public report pursuant to the guidelines for electronic submission for timely review and assignment. However, the office is accepting paper submissions.
Effectively July 1, 2020, the consultant review fee has been changed to $1,500.
Please be aware that chapter 514A, HRS, has been repealed and the Commission is no longer accepting any chapter 514A, HRS, forms. Please review our chapter 514A, HRS, repeal page and FAQ for additional information.
Landlords & Tenants
Governor’s emergency proclamations regarding the landlord tenant code