Lena Stroheker

REALTOR SALESPERSON

After spending four years at the top of my class, earning a BSBA specializing in resort management, and a couple years working for a private equity group in Lake Tahoe, I jumped at the opportunity to work for Maui Jim Sunglasses. Quickly, I fell head over heels in love with the island of Maui! When my contract ended, it was my chance to complete a journey of epic proportions that sat at the top of my bucket list. I packed up a single pair of clothes, a one-man tent, and a sleeping bag to set off on my 2,650 mile trek. By foot, down the Pacific Crest Trail I went, walking from Canada to Mexico! After l finished, all I could think was, “I want to go home - I want to go back to Maui.” I returned to my beloved Maui and that’s when I became a real estate agent.

Why?

Because I believe in the product and I love helping people.

There truly is no better place on earth than Maui! I should know because I have traveled to 12 different countries, lived in four of them, and I can say with pride that Maui will forever be my home. Not only is Maui one of the healthiest and safest places to raise children, it offers a sanctuary for retirees to enjoy their well-earned time and bask in the sunshine. Also, Maui is an infinite playground for motivated young professionals to explore a creative, productive, and active lifestyle. There is something here for everyone and the Maui lifestyle brings infinite happiness.

My background in hospitality and experience in the finance world synergizes perfectly with real estate. Just like my 2,650 mile journey down the Pacific Crest trail, I will go the extra mile for you! I will help you locate the best home and negotiate the best price possible.

Please contact me if you are interested in touring the island and seeing how the
Aloha Lifestyle could become your own.

Let me do the hard work while you sit back, relax, and become part of one of the most incredible communities in the world.

Aloha,
Lena
My Blog Posts
buying advice
Leasehold (LH) – What Is It? Why Does Hawaii Have So Much Of It?
Defined: You do not own the land beneath your property. In Action: You pay a monthly fee to the landowner …
buying advice
Fall Has Come to Maui
It’s Fall in Maui, which means it’s the season for going up to the Kula pumpkin patch with your keiki …
lifestyle
It’s Mango Season on Maui!
Hawaii is in the heat of it! This summer my tree has produced a minimum of five perfectly ripe mangoes …