This course explains the behind the scenes thinking on our public quiz and will help you figure out if Hawaii is right for you. Don't make the mistake so many others make: Hawaii is not for everyone. Make sure it's right for you! Many people just make an emotional jump and move to Hawaii with
If you’ve determined Hawaii is right for you, this next course reviews my complete roadmap on how to live here from start to finish. It’s important to know the big picture and where you are headed.
It doesn’t matter how much money you make because if you can’t get your spirit to embrace Hawaii, it’s just a matter of time before you will leave. And if you succeed in this step, the money won’t matter (assuming you make enough for food and housing) Here's what we'll cover in this course: Getting
Hawaii has some of the highest real estate prices, the most expensive grocery bills and if that isn’t enough, you’ll probably take a big pay cut compared to your current job. Making ends meet is of course critical if you’re going to live here. Finances are probably the biggest reason why people have are forced
You're new to Hawaii and employers are going to look at you differently. Give them the confidence that you know what you're doing with what you'll learn here. Hawaii employers get resumes all the time from people that want to move here and most of them go straight to the trash can. The few that
Nothing quite says "I'm here to stay" like buying a home in Hawaii. Do it right, and Hawaii's real estate historic appreciation values will make you glad you bought over the long term. Do it wrong, and you might find yourself in a financial disaster. Hawaii's real estate has many unique characteristics that mainland buyers