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1718 Wilikina Drive, Wahiawa, HI 96786

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45-773 Kamehameha Highway No. G, Kaneohe, HI 96744

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200 Kanoelehua Avenue No. 104, Hilo, HI 96720

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99-082 Kauhale Street No. B6, Aiea, HI 96701

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94-210 Hanawai Circle No. 1, Waipahu, HI 96797

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1680 Wilikina Drive, Wahiawa, HI 96786

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1726 Kapiolani Boulevard, Honolulu, HI 96814

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897 Kamehameha Highway No. 101, Pearl City, HI 96782

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  • I' hinking of maybe going to college in hawaii after couple years of community college here in portland oregon. I hear life in hawaii is expensive, but I will be taking out a loan to pay for my dorm so I won't have to worry about housing. Can anyone tell me the differences in lifestyle coming from portland to hawaii? I really want to learn surfing and experience the great weather. What kind of majors do the universities in hawaii offer? What kinds of jobs are in demand? How much money should I save before going? Not sure what else to ask... but any helpful advice is appreciated!!!!
  • UH Manoa, on Oahu is a nice campus. And big. The dorms could use some work but other than that it's good. Oahu has the most colleges. -UH Manoa -UH West Oahu -Five community colleges -Chaminade University -Heald College (business, I think) -Remington College (criminal justice, massage therapy...) -Hawaii Pacific (for nursing) You'd probably go with UH Manoa since that's where everybody decides to go (including people from the mainland). My friends have roommates from California, and they're very cool people. I like them and so do my friends. Yeah, you will come across some locals who don't like haoles (our word to mean Caucasian), but hey, that's life. UH Manoa offers a ton of degrees, from linguistics to psychology. And everything in between. It's a research university, mainly. 10 minutes from Waikiki and smack-dab in the middle of University Avenue, that's UH Manoa. It does rain so bring a jacket and umbrella. In the winter months it does get cold and rainy, so there is no perfect weather all year round. As for jobs in demand here....uh, teachers are always needed. I can't think of any other jobs other than retail and such, but come on, you don't want to do THAT for the rest of your life right? I'm guessing you haven't even BEEN to Hawaii, let alone Oahu. Visit before even making any sort of plans to come here for school, as in any other college you have in mind. Visit the place first to see if you actually like it. You may not like it.
  • You aren't really shooting for the stars here academically. You could take a year off from school, get a job at a Costco or Starbucks in Hawaii, learn to surf, get a tan and when your year is up you'll be more than ready to go to a real school on the mainland.
  • If any other school in Hawaii has a football team,they don't come stateside.
  • you should go to a college by the beach then...the most popular one on oahu is UH manoa. or you can go to hawaii pacific university...idk im still in highschool. but ya you should come to hawaii! g luck!
  • if youre white, you are a haole, good luck in finding any job much less housing too. there is so much hostility in hawaii against foreigners, i would think twice or even three times before you get on that silver bird......
  • a lot of american students like to transfer here , because, let's face it, hawaii is paradise..but , you should think about it please.. each college you take, it takes away from the local students... a lot of americans come to here expecting the good life, but they don't understand, that if you come here, you are using up resources that can be used for the local people..millions of local peoples are suffering, because americans come here and take up all the jobs and student spots, and we are suffering, really suffering, we need bread to eat and some water to drink, it's so hard, please , my kids are starving and my wife and I have 3 jobs, because so many americans come here and take up the good jobs, and leave us with their leftovers, and the local people are suffereing,,,sorry, i am so hungry, i am so sorry, my stomach is so hurting with hunger
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  • Pasha shipping company. We used them to ship our vehicles from CA to Hawaii. It's 1,072 to ship from here to San Diego. Why won't your bank allow you to ship your car? Are you military? If you are, you may be eligible to switch the loan to USAA. Here is the website: http://www.pashahawaii.com/index.php?s=c... USAA.com
  • You may need to sell your car , I am assuming it isnt paid off and youre moving,correct? And if the bank does end up allowing you it still costs a lot Hawaiian Tug & Barge and Matson charge up to 4,000 dolars!
  • Hi for vehicle moving info check out this websites: http://www.to-hawaii.com/moving-to-hawaii.php http://www.westpointrelocation.com/
  • There are tons of great realtors in Hawaii. Try going to http://www.realestateforsaleinhawaii.net I'd check out the "featured" agents first. They are the best of the best. good luck!
  • Insurance rates only increase when the policy holder or drivers listed on te policy is fou\nd 51% or MORE at fault for an accident. In this case, its obviosly not your fault your car got stolen so you are 0% liable. Therefore rates should not increase. At least thats the rule in CA for the insurer I work for. (claims rep). thats what i tell our insureds and if it wasnt true than i wasnt true i would get death threats!!!
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  • I suggest you to visit this web site where onel can compare rates from the best companies: http://COVERAGE-FINDER.NET/index.html?sr... RE :My car was stolen....how much is my insurance gonna go up ? my loan is 25,000 Update: i live in hawaii and its a "no fault" state Follow 7 answers
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  • Help yourself you can check your quotes in internet for example here http://HELP.COVERAGE-FINDER.NET RE My car was stolen....how much is my insurance gonna go up ? my loan is 25,000
  • It shouldn't go up because of the theft of your car.
  • Check with your agent to fing out what coverage you have.
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  • Hubby and I will be in Hawaii with our daughters for Christmas and want to pick up several pairs of diamond earrings and cuff links as gifts. Not for anyone important, just hotel staff. It goes on the over-all bill so it doesn't matter if we give them dirt or diamonds so we might as well get credit for giving them diamonds lol Future votes ya know ;)
  • Honey, there aren't any best jewelry stores in hawaii, at least that will suit your taste anyway. -but I can make a suggestion! since you're in Hawaii you can simply pop over to Imelda Marcos' house. You and her have a lot in common and I'm sure she would loan you the the jewels that her husband bought her off the backs of every Filipino they ruled over. http://www.time.com/time/magazine/articl...
  • Stop your B/S wake up ....Where are the best jewelry stores in Hawaii?... Yes I do know that and do you know Today political party affiliation do not make any differences any more. We are and whole world under control and supervision of BilderBerg Group master and creators of NOW. Today majority worldwide politicians members of NWO club, so do not be wore over who what and why going to be elected it is they and only they BilderBerg Group "NWO" masters going decide that. They have one goal it is to take over the world and eliminate 80-90% of the world population and slave all remain rest of 500 millions. Beware what going to happened with you and your family after NWO going take over the world and start implement final solution over us humanity. My friends we must investigate and expose and burn to the ground their evil plans but if you want to be a market slave go ahead because in the totalitarian NWO regime will be only two classes the masters incredibly wealthy and their slaves. Can you guess which one you will belong to or it is too difficult for you? Wake up my Brothers do your research, my recommendation: Read the book “Masters Game “by Graham Hancock &amp Robert Bauval.Book contains 6 hundred pages with sources, photos and references. And YouTube videos especially: Zeitgeist by Peter Joseph, The Upcoming New World Order, NWO Deception, Satanic NOW, One World Religion, The big deception,NWO Alien Agenda, The Deception of One World Religion, New World Order Plan to Kill 90% of the World's Population, Illuminati Satanic 2012+ UFO Event, NWO Satanic Higher Consciousness, New Age Satanism, Satanic Enlightenment, New Age Deception, The Power behind the New World Order Full Documentary, The Satanic 9/11 Ritual, by Bill Cooper. Wake up my Brothers time is running out, we have to face those cronies. May god blesses all of us OCCUPIERS and 99% percentile.
  • you could try maui. It's my favorite island by far and they have this gorgeous mall that has a lot of different stores in it
  • Your fear, hate and misinformation identifies you as a republican. Posing as the First Lady identifies you as a coward.
  • why do you even need to go to hawaii? youve already got a year 'round tan..
  • Bank of Hawaii, First Hawaiian bank, Territorial Savings and Loan, American Savings Bank. It's a long list not to mention all the credit unions.
  • Banks On Oahu
  • This Site Might Help You. RE: What banks are in Oahu Hawaii? Banks that are both local and national?
  • Mostly local banks, Hawaii banking charters make that happen long time ago, ok? So, no Bank of America, they have home loan office, but no bank, no Citi Bank, or Wells Fargo, but some local banks have association with national and international banks, Bank of Hawaii can do most everything you need, like most national banks, some others not so much. Peace and good luck to you, and Aloha!
  • There weren't at last check -- not things that operate *both* locally and nationally. You're stuck with the local operations (Bank of Hawaii, First Hawaiian, American Savings, etc.) unless you bank by mail for something like USAA.
  • My husband and I would like to move our family (4 children) to hawaii in the next three to five years we live in the midwest now. He will be a massage therapist and I will be an admin. asst.. We would like to buy our first home there but we don't have huge downpayments and we know our credit is considered average. I would like to know if there is any loans or grants or more reasonably affordable housing to be had and what the average income of a first time home buyer there is. anything helps plz. THANK YOU.
  • That's a tough question. Purchasing a house in a good neighborhood will be tough. You will have some challenges. I know lots of people with kids who have done it but they had good paying jobs lined up before they moved. It can get boring for some people. You might get island fever more quickly if you live somewhere besides Honolulu where there are fewer people and places to go. It's laid back and that's great on vacation, but it seriously bugs some people, especially "Type A" people who work fast, are on time and expect the same from others. Not much racism that I've seen. Everyone is a minority. I am a Caucasian and I've never had a problem. However... There is a lack of trust with people who are new to the islands though. This is usually misinterpreted as racism. Many of the locals have known their friends all their lives. It can be hard to make new friends because most people have enough friends that they relate to as if they were a big extended family. It can be difficult to break into such closely nit groups of people. Some people have culture shock. No people who can relate to relate to you, your music, food preferences, life experiences, etc, etc... It's a drag for people who are not open to new things. Many Caucasians who recently arrive believe this lack of trust inability to assimilate with the locals and make friends is due to racism, but from my experience, it's not. That's just the way it is. If you're a flexible type of person, you'll probably love it. If you're set in you're ways... You'll probably want to leave after a while so you can surround your self with others who share your preferences, tastes and have had more similar life experiences. My boy was born here so he should do just fine in school. However your 4 kids might not do so well for the reasons above. It is like moving to a foreign country. Everyone speaks English but it's just different. It's hard to explain. Visualize what it would be like for an English speaking family from India to move to a small town in Texas. Even though everyone speaks English... The new kids from India might not be able to make friends very easily with the local Texas kids. Getting a Job... It's hard to get your foot in the door. People are understandably very reluctant to give newcomers a chance. It can be very difficult to get any kind of job at first for an outsider. Every employer and landlord has been burned by someone who got island fever and left as soon as they were getting good at their job. Same with landlords. People pay rent once, get homesick, can't find a job or whatever and never pay again until they are evicted and move back to the Mainland. No job means no apartment. No apartment means no job. I lived in a rental car for a while. It took me several weeks to find an apartment and about two months to get my first crappy job telemarketing. After that... it was smooth sailing. Being able to say that I had a job, but was looking for a better one was 100% different than saying that I just got off the plane and was looking for my first job. (World of difference) That worked for me... But... I didn't have 4 kids. Again... I love it here. My boy loves it here. Hawaii is a great place to live and grow up as a kid, but it's not for everybody. It's a better place to live for people who were born here than for people who move here. Aloha, Dave.
  • Jump on the internet and find some Realtors in Hawaii. There might be parts of Hawaii that are more affordable than the others. Next have the Realtor refer you to some great banks and or mortgage brokers over there. Talk to those bankers/brokers. Between both sources they will let you know what you can or cannot afford. They are a wealth of knowledge. Both will know of, if any first time home buyer programs or other great bank programs suited for you and your family. Don't let anyone discourage you from moving there if you can afford it. Do what makes you happy. Now you and your husband may have to take on a second job to get yourself financially secure there in the beginning. It's all in how hard you want to make your dreams/goals come true. Good luck.
  • Yes, they like tourists but they do not want you to stay there. It is almost like living in another country in Hawaii. My son-in-laws children had a difficult time in school. It's sort of a reverse-descrimination-thing. They rented a home and it was very pricey. It was a modest little house...not anything major. They lived on Oahu and teenagers get restless and do not like feeling confined...a major complaint I heard was that they wanted off of that ROCK, which is exactly as it is. Take some time. You obviously have access to the internet. Do some research. Post as many places as you can about living in Hawaii and get input. If you decide to live on one of the islands...I envy you. It is one of the most beautiful places I've been.
  • I don`t think you can buy a simple undeveloped lot for under one million there. I suggest you do a little research. Otherwise I would have already sold my place here in Florida and moved to Hawaii in a heart beat if I could afford it.
  • Gosh Joe! You must be one bright kid! Just think...you and your whole family at the airport leaving on the vacation of a lifetime...you get caught with a joint...Mom and Dad will be soooo proud! The trip is ruined, your in big, big trouble and your vacation money can now be spent on a lawyer to save your selfish butt. Great plan, dude! Go for it!
  • the answer is not a chance.they hate new residents, but they love tourists.
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