You can list your property with the Department of Hawaiian Homelands and the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (Ka Wai Ola) classified sections of their publications.
Native Hawaiians on their mailing lists can view what properties are available for sale. There are also a few real estate agencies that will list properties that are limited to Native Hawaiians with at least 50% Hawaiian blood.
I know Charmaine Quilit Poki from Prudential Properties helped me in the past. There is also a Bobbie Kennedy who is also a real estate agent. These two RAs specialize in Hawaiian Homestead leases and properties that are built on leasehold land.... more
Jean, Trulia only accepts listings from Realtors. If you have a Realtor, and your home is multiple listed, their MLS often feeds to trulia and other websites. If not, the realtor can manually add your listing.
If you are asking how to place your home on trulia as a "for-sale-by-owner"......quite simply - you can't.
If you list with a flat fee broker, they can also get your home listed here.
The only thing you can do to promote your home on trulia is to write a blog about it, and update it frequently or it will disappear from sight!
Craig's List is one site you can place your own home on.................there are others.
I am sure Trulia's "resident consumer helper" - Rockinblu - will come along and share his great link for marketing your home on your own...many find it quite useful!