Feena Dwiggins has spent the past few years traveling around the world as a fire control-man with the US Navy. When her first opportunity for shore duty came up-she knew exactly where she wanted to go, Hawaii. With her new position at Pearl Harbor, Feena is looking forward to staying on dry land and wants to purchase a condo on Oahu. With the help of Hawaii Life Agent Jayney Arden, Feena is hoping to find a two bedroom, two bath property with a view for under $400,000. And being from North Carolina, Feena can't live without her air conditioning! With her busy lifestyle, a condo is the perfect fit for Feena, because she'd rather spend her free time soaking up the sun than mowing the lawn. But after touring both homes and condos, Feena has to decide just how badly she wants to avoid doing yard work.
After receiving an exciting job offer, Angie Wingert has decided to relocate from cold central Pennsylvania to sunny Oahu, Hawaii. With Hawaii Life agent Sarah Scott, Angie will look at several different homes contrasting the different lifestyles of the island. Unsure which will work best for her, Angie must decide if the downtown city life is better for her than the country plantation-style living, available on eastern Oahu.
Recently married Daniel and Keala Lee love living in their tiny house in Honolulu but now they're ready to start a family and know they need more space. Keala, a kindergarten teacher, was born and raised on Oahu while military analyst Daniel's family moved there from Fiji and both love the mix of city and country Oahu offers and hope to find something that allows them to enjoy both. So the Lee's seek the help of Hawaii Life broker David Buck to find a bigger place that's near both of their families, their jobs, and their favorite spots in Eastern Oahu.
Greg and Emily Bryan work with college students in the small city of Akron, Ohio and recently had the opportunity to relocate to a university on Oahu. Along with their two children, Nora and Burke, the Bryans are working with Oahu broker Erik Hinshaw to find their ideal island home that will allow them to take advantage of Hawaii's great outdoors. After seeing several homes in their price range, the Bryans must decide what hope will give them the best outdoor amenities and space for their dollar.
Shirley Edwards is a single mom with three grown sons who have all moved out of her Boston home. Faced with an empty nest, Shirley decided she needed to leave the snowy Boston winters, especially since her muscle is no longer around to help her shovel snow. After seeing an open position for a Director of Operations for a Home Health agency in Hilo, Shirley immediately applied and secured the job. Now, with the help of Hawaii Life Agent Bruce Kekeuwa, Shirley needs to find a new home on the Big Island. As excited as she is for her new life, Shirley is sad to leave her group of friends, the Divas, behind so it's essential that her new nest have enough bedrooms and bathrooms to host her frequent visitors, as well as a magnificent view to show off.
Richard and Tessa McSwain love the outdoors but hate the long, dark winters in Boulder, Colorado. After visiting Richard's mother in Kauai several years ago, the couple fell in love with the island and waited for the right opportunity to make their move. Recently, Richard was offered work as a general contractor, and Tessa convinced her bosses to let her work remotely from the island. With jobs secured, the McSwains are ready to trade skiing for surfing, and have enlisted the help of Hawaii Life Broker Glenn Forman to find the perfect house or condo for their new life. Tessa is looking for extra space for her home office, as well as an updated kitchen, while Richard wants the perfect outdoor entertaining space to enjoy the gorgeous Kauai weather. And their new home must be close to all the new activities the couple is eager to pick up in paradise.
A couple is trading in their snowboards for surfboards and following a job to Kauai. They hope to find a home close to the new job and their favorite beaches.
A couple is thrilled to ditch cold winters in North Dakota and follow her new job to Oahu. They search for a unique home with beautiful views.
David Ault was born on the Big Island but moved away at the age of seven. On a recent vacation to Hawaii with his wife Christi and their three children, David decided that they needed to move back to the place of his youth. With the help of Hawaii Life Agent Jené Green, the Aults will finally be saying aloha to a new life on the Big Island.
After talking to his boss about working remotely, a couple decides to relocate their family to the Big Island, where they've vacationed for years. They hope to find their dream home with the help of a local agent.
A man returns to his childhood home of Lanikai, on Oahu, with his family in hopes that his daughters will experience island life like he had as a child. They search for their slice of island paradise with stunning water views only Lanikai can provide.
As an Army engineer, Robin Glebes has been traveling around the South Pacific, while his wife Tirzah has been finishing her PhD in Colorado. Now that Robin has received orders to live in Hawaii and Tirzah has graduated, the two are ready to connect with Hawaii Life Broker Erik Hinshaw, who will help the Glebes find a Hawaii-style home with indoor space for guests and outdoor space for their little dog, Moki.
George and Lois Deuel have dreamed of living in Hawaii for over a decade. When George was given his most recent assignment and had the option of choosing Hawaii, he jumped on it. With the help of Hawaii Life Agent Sandra Sagisi Moser and ideas from their young son Lance, the Deuels struggle to decide which property is the perfect fit for them.
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