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Beth Thoma Robinson

REALTOR BROKER, DIRECTOR, CONSERVATION AND LEGACY LANDS , BIC

I was one of the first agents to join Hawaii Life on the Big Island in 2009. After just one conversation with the founders, I knew Iʻd just seen the future of real estate, a future that was customer-oriented rather than agent-oriented. I represent both buyers and sellers of first-class Big Island properties, from the Kohala Coast resorts to upcountry ranches and horse properties. Additionally, I was named Broker-in-Charge in 2015.

In 2018 I was asked to become Hawaii Lifeʻs Director of Conservation and Legacy Lands. In this position I lead the firmʻs efforts as a resource for owners and sellers of properties with conservation values state-wide. The goal is to generate awareness for the role that conservation plays in Hawai’i's future and leverage the Hawaii Life platform on behalf of conservation-minded sellers and buyers of real estate.

I bring a unique skill set to the leadership roles. After receiving a B.A. degree in mathematics from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a Ph.D. in Economics from Colorado School of Mines, I spent more than a decade working around the world as a Wall Street banker. I then ran consulting and leadership development businesses prior to my real estate career.

All these roles present a wonderful challenge for someone with an analytical mind and a love of the outdoors. One day I might be found watching whales frolic from an oceanfront resort listing and the next Iʻm driving off-road across a large ranch acreage with views of snow-capped Mauna Kea.

Clients often find me through my Hawaii Life blog posts. I believe in the power of place and I believe in the power of the written word and the stories we tell. Those are good reasons I found my ‘place’ on the Island of Hawaii, and they are also reasons why I blog.

"Why Hawaii? Which lifestyle and location? Which is the best way to buy or sell a home on the Island? How do I bring over my horse? The property I am looking at has archeological studies. What do I need to do to preserve the cultural resources?" Iʻd encourage you to get to know me through my writing. Then give me a call!

Aloha,
Beth
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My Blog Posts
education
State Land Use Commission to Rule on Hawaii County Vacation Rentals
In 2018 Hawaii County followed in the footsteps of the other islands by passing an ordinance regulating unhosted vacation rentals. …
hawaii
Kahilu Theatre Sunset Concerts Kick Off at the Auberge Mauna Lani
The past two Sunday evenings have been absolutely magical. A month ago, the management of the Mauna Lani – Auberge Resort …
conservation
Whatʻs Next for Hawaii – ʻAina Aloha Economic Futures Initiative
Hawaiʻi is particularly hard hit by the Covid-19 pandemic due to our stateʻs over-dependence on tourism as an economic driver. …