Why Does Housing in Haleiwa Cost More than Half A Million Dollars?

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May 7, 2015

It was 2012 when the census estimated and released the standing of the cost of living and housing here in Haleiwa which concluded to be very expensive. According to the statistics, the price of a house situated in our city is around $540,000 and the rent per month is more than a thousand dollars. Having these information and compared with the average housing cost in the whole state and country,…

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A Feast for the Haleiwa Arts

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May 4, 2015

The Annual Summer Arts Festival is one of the most distinct and flamboyant features of Haleiwa living. Each year, the Haleiwa Hawaii town sees more than a hundred juried visual artists come together to present their original works and limited editions to the public, allowing an avenue to efficiently promote the culture and the arts.   During a usual two-day summer event organized by the Haleiwa Arts Festival, a non-profit…

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Why Haleiwa Needs a Town Mascot

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May 2, 2015

Haleiwa with a huge potential for growth. Even though the population of Haleiwa is below 4,000 and most of the town is a rural area, it can easily become the next great vacationing destination. There are beautiful beaches, unique traditions, like music and food, beautiful scenery and a warm atmosphere in Haleiwa which are completely unique. If it was famed, this town would blossom as a center of tourism. People would rush to be the next…

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Haleiwa’s Labor Force: Growing or Declining?

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April 28, 2015

After many surveys conducted in Hawaii, 2012 census concluded that the poverty here in Haleiwa has been decreasing. With many factors determining the poverty level, Haleiwa living was proven to be booming and the employment status in our city was considered stable. What are the determinants used to come up with this conclusion?   In the 2012 census, statistics show that the household income in our city has a median…

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Does It Cost A Lot To Get By At Haleiwa?

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April 27, 2015

Haleiwa is a north-facing coastal area of O’ahu in the Waialua District of the O’ahu, City and County of Honolulu. It is identified by the United States Census Bureau as a self-governing city which is locally known for residential grounds and is not a part of any other place. The place is defined by the laws of the state in which it is restrained. It typically covers commercial property and…

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Haliewa Flashback: The Biggest Swell of the Decade is Hit by Haleiwa

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April 24, 2015

Haleiwa is a truly peculiar place. Most visitors come to this laid-back and relaxed little beach town to allow the deeply salty air and the constant sound of the ocean to blanket them with their almost-magical, timeless atmosphere. They leave looking forward to returning next year. They yearn to once again enjoy some famous Matsumoto’s shaved ice, while walking along the Waialua store lots, and feel their inner ukulele strum…

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Indulge and Gratify Your Whims at Haleiwa’s Foot Spa

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April 21, 2015

Are you feeling pained after a long day of standing up and walking around? Do your feet seem to swell up? Thinking about going for a foot massage? There are many traditional healing techniques which concentrate on relaxing the joints and muscles. These therapeutic massage techniques have been practiced for centuries all over the globe. Reflexology for instance, which aims to improve internal organ function by pressing specific pressure points…

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An Island in the Sun of Haleiwa

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April 9, 2015

People have varied reasons why they flock to Sunset Beach in Haleiwa but they surely leave with one common thought: Sunset Beach is breathtakingly beautiful. Parking and restrooms are conveniently located across the road. The beach is not quite far from it. So you begin your exploration by taking off your shoes and starting to walk on the fine, soft sand. Instantly, you just know how much your feet feel…

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Haleiwa: Hawaii’s Most Implausible Paradise

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April 9, 2015

Haleiwa municipal located in O’ahu Island’s Waialua District, Haleiwa is considered as the surfing capital not only in Hawaii but in the world. As a resident, I can testify that the waves in our beaches are huge and enormous enough to attract surfing enthusiasts. Our beaches such as Haleiwa Ali’i Beach Park and Haleiwa Beach Park, are the main charms of our town. In these beaches, there are surfing schools…

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