If that is your gross pay (before taxes are taken out), you probably won't qualify to purchase. A lender wants to know that after you make your mortgage payment you have enough residual income to buy food, gas, clothes etc and be able to maintain your home.
If you were approved with a debt ratio of 45% (just a guess, it could be less) that would mean you'd only have $675 a month for a mortgage including taxes and insurance. I won't claim to be an expert on the Hawaii market, but I'd be surprised to find much available with a correspondent price.
Rather than take my word for this however, talk to a mortgage lender at your local bank. If they have a program or option for you it's possible you may be in luck.