Hawaii is a sunny state with a lot of immigrants. It can be difficult to find someone here. But there is no need to ask for a special agency, just try to use Whochs White Pages service. It is a free service that can search people by name, phone number, zip code or address. The service interface is clear to use and you won’t need to waste time while reading the details of the website. There is a premium account for some fee too. If you use it, you will get a phone number and run a background check to get ahold of criminal records, bankruptcies, marriage and divorce history, liens against them, and more.

98 Cities found in Hawaii

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  • historical data;

  • real estate transactions and deeds;

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Notable People from Hawaii Notable Work/Position
Barack Obama 44th President of the United States (2009 to 2017). First African-American elected to be President. U.S. Senator from Illinois (2005 to 2008).
James Dole An American industrialist who developed the pineapple industry in Hawaii. Known as “The Pineapple King,” he established the Hawaii Pineapple Company which became the Dole Food Company.
Hiram Fong One of Hawaii’s first of two U.S. Senators in 1959, upon the state’s admission to the Union. He was also the first Asian-American U.S. Senator (1959 to 1977).
Marcas Mariota Of Samoan descent, he was the first University of Oregon football player and Hawaii-native to win the Heisman Trophy, an annual award to an NCAA football player.
Bethany Hamilton An American professional surfer who lost her arm in a 2003 shark attack. She returned to professional surfing.
Nicole Kidman An Australian actress born in Hawaii. Winner of an Academy Award, 2 Emmy Awards and 5 Golden Globe Awards.

Searching for Someone in Hawaii

Hawaii is the 40th most populated US state. There are over 1.4 million people and over 455,000 households. According to the data, the average household size was 3,02 in 2018. If you are going to find someone in Hawaii free, you should use White Pages service. It is also a good way to check out new staff.

The predominant race in Hawaii is Asian, making up 37.3% of the state’s population. The average age is 39.2. The balance of men and women is 50.2% / 49.8%. Honolulu is the most popular city of the state. It is home for 360,000 citizens. 

People below 25 make up 30.2% and seniors over 65 make up 17.8%. The population increase is -0.5% per year. Yep, that is a state with the population decreasing. The economy of Hawaii has about 682,000 workers. The average annual household income is $77,765 and annual income growth is about 4%. The University of Hawaii System is the largest and the most popular university of the state. There are  one research university, 2 comprehensive campuses and 7 community colleges. There are many private colleges and schools in Hawaii.

Top 3 Schools City # of Graduates Graduation Rate Acceptance Rate Most Popular Degrees
University of Hawaii - Manoa Honolulu 5,104 60% 83% Psychology
Kapiolani Community College Honolulu 1,383 24% 100% Humanities
Hawaii Pacific University Honolulu 1,272 44% 75% Business

Hawaii Real Estate

It is better to use White Pages service if you are going to move to Hawaii. It will help you to know more about the district, your future neighbors and the homeowner. Whenever you want to rent or purchase a property, it is better to check it out. Just spend some time to understand whether it will be suitable to live in such a house.

According to the statistics, Hawaii home value increase is about 4% per year. It was possible to purchase property for $617,400 in 2017, with the median price per square foot at $512. Rent price is about the national rate. So, you will need to pay about $1,500 for renting. According to the listing price, you should pay about $630,000 for home, but it is better to negotiate with the owner. Most of the deals are below the listing price. So, you could save $30,000 – $50,000.

Kailua has the most expensive property in Hawaii. The average price was $900,000 in 2017. 

 

City Avg. Home Value Avg. Household Income
Kailua $901,200 $114,381
East Honolulu $888,400 $120,233
Urban Honolulu $696,800 $69,193
Pearl City $626,300 $91,122
Waipaha $573,300 $75,856

 

Hawaii Facts

  • Official Name: Hawaii

  • Name Meaning: Named for Hawai’iloa, a legendary figure from Hawaiian myth.

  • Nickname: The Aloha State

  • Statehood: August 21, 1959 (50th State)

  • Capital: Honolulu

  • Total Number of Counties: 5

  • Largest City: Honolulu

  • Largest County (by population): Honolulu

  • Population (as of 2018): 1,420,491

History: Polynesian settlers were the first population of the Hawaiian Islands. It was James Cook, who arrived here from Europe first in 1778. The islands attracted European visitors, explorers, traders, and whalers. Puerto Rico immigrants  could discover the Islands in 1899. Since that time the number of Asian settlers has increased. The territory of Hawaii belonged to the US, but there was its own government till 1959. The most developed economy sector is tourism due to the ocean surroundings and great weather. Hawaii exports coffee, macadamia nuts, pineapple, sugarcane and honey. It is the 43rd largest US state at 10,931 sq. miles, and is 1,522 miles in length.

Fast Facts

  • Honey bees may be Hawaii’s most valuable export.

  • There are a lot of Asian Americans and multi-racial Americans in Hawaii. As for the white race, it takes below 50% of the population.

  • It is the only state on islands. There are eight main islands, seven of which are inhabited.

  • Hawaii is the capital of surfing. Many people visit the state to surf here. Moreover, that was a part of Polynesian culture for centuries.

  • Hawaii has the fewest local governments of all U.S. states. All local government is administered at the county level.

  • There are 12 letters in the Hawaiian alphabet.

  • Hawaii has its own time zone. It runs 2 hours behind Pacific Standard Time and 5 hours behind Eastern Time.

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