Carolann Guy

Office: (808) 871-8898
Fax: (844) 298-6095

Direct: (808) 871-8898

Fax: (844) 298- 6095

1325 South Kihei Road, Suite 212
Kihei, Hawaii 96753

Carolann Guy

Sr. Loan Officer

NMLS# 609790

Have you ever wondered what makes a career mortgage loan officer?
Carolann has been making home owners dreams come true since 1986.  As AVP/Branch Manager for one of the top 3 local banks, she understands the specialness of owning a home on Maui. Or anywhere in the state of Hawaii. It takes a planned strategy with buyers, sellers and realtors to understand the nuances to successful on time closing.
In the past two decades, Carolann has worked as a mortgage banker because of the choices available to purchasers. The selection is not limited to one lender, but allows a comparative shopping on behalf of the purchaser.
But who is Carolann Guy?
An island gal, born and raised on Oahu she moved from Kailua to Maui, met her soul mate, married and had a miracle baby. Yes, there is more.
A graduate of Kamehameha School for Girls, Carolann has a demonstrated interest in business, the economy and government actions.
Carolann has served on various boards and commissions. From the State of Hawaii DBD&T promoting policies that affect daily island life and encourage business growth. Or the County of Maui Board of Ethics. This is the invitation that most touched her.
The Mayor, not known for paying for lunch invited Carolann. When the Mayor got down to the ask “Carolann, I have known and watched you for more than 15 years. You have been in tough   choice situations. And you never let your personal agenda interfere with doing the right thing. You have no ax to grind. It is extremely difficult to find someone with this kind of character. Please say YES.”
A recognized leader, Carolann has been Chairman of the Board to a number of organizations: Maui Chamber of Commerce, Maui VOAD, Maui Business and Professional Women, Big Brothers/Big Sisters.
Carolann has been featured in a number of periodicals: “Woman of the Year” Hawaii Business News, Op-Ed for Maui Inc magazine to name a few.
In 1994, she was recognized by the U.S. Small Business Administration as the State of Hawaii Advocate for Women in Business.
What engaged her so quickly into the Maui life style? She volunteered for various political campaigns. Nothing luxurious. After all, her first campaign at age 4 was washing windshields in parking lots and leaving the flyer. “This gives you a sense of what people really think and what people are willing to work for. There is nothing else like it.”
How do you describe your philosophy? “I was put on this earth so that people will see that  ordinary people can accomplish extraordinary things.”