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Quality of Life in Hawaii : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Apr 8, 2015
Kallana L Johnson answered:
Miss Rae,

I am assuming from your message that you are looking for rental properties. I would be happy to assist you in finding exactly what you are looking for. I have that you need a property that allows pets. How about area, number of bedrooms, and pricing. Please feel free to email me directly at kallana@prestigeoahu.com or you may contact me via my website at kallanajohnson.com. I live in the Ewa Beach area, myself. Unfortunately, I just rented out my property which allowed pets, but I am sure I could help you if given the opportunity. I look forward to hearing from you! ... more
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Thu Aug 2, 2012
Alison Hillman asked:
For a family all about adventure and nature, Hawaii sounds like the perfect place to live. What are some great and no so great factors in living on the islands? Which island is the most…
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Mon Oct 10, 2011
Rich Bosselmann answered:
The best advice I can give you is to research job prospects keeping in mind that when you talk to the prospective employers, they will not come close to any kind of commitment because you do not live here yet. People are always dreaming about moving to Kona and most often it never happens so, they have heard it before.
At some point you may need to take a leap of faith and just do it.
When my wife and I moved here, I left a good paying, regional manager job at a nationwide mortgage bank and opened a small finance company here. We were nervous and had an abort plan should our bank account reach a certain level. We worked hard, had a few good breaks and never came close to leaving. Good luck with the path you choose.
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Sat Aug 28, 2010
Susan Savage asked:
Without a single traffic light or highrise, life on Molokai is simple, pure, and unique. For visitors and buyers looking for a refreshing change from the busy island lifestyle Molokai can…
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