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Here it is, our most recently updated book that describes everything you want to know about LIVING IN HAWAII in 2016!

 

Moving to Hawaii Book by Vern Lovic

WHAT ANSWERS are inside “MOVING TO HAWAII!”?

  • Are YOU a GOOD FIT for living in the Hawaiian Islands?
  • How will you make MONEY?
  • What is the JOBS situation?
  • WHERE would you LIVE? Which island seems like the best match for you?
  • What are the SOCIAL CHALLENGES you’ll face?
  • What do people DO in Hawaii on a daily basis?

CHAPTERS

1. Welcome to Hawaii
2. High Cost of Living
3. How Much Money is Enough?
4. Minimalist Living
5. Before You Go
6. After You Arrive
7. Geography of Hawaii
8. Population and Demographic Info
9. Weather
10. Which Island Is Right for You?
11. Employment
12. Starting a Business
13. State Taxes
14. Schools
15. Veterans Services and Benefits
16. Senior Citizen Agencies
17. Social Environment
18. Homes
19. Things to Do
20. What Do People Who Live in Hawaii Do?
21. Religion
22. Food!
23. Golf – (In-depth coverage of top courses on all islands)
24. Shopping – (In-depth coverage of shopping on all islands)
25. Social Problems
26. Marijuana
27. Bugs and Other Land Critters
28. Marine Critters
29. Sharks!
30. Other Cautions
31. Plan B
32. Making the Decision to Go!

I wrote this ebook as if I was trying to come up with all the relevant information I would want my best friends and family to know about moving to Hawaii. It’s all in there. I cover the good, the bad, and the ugly – and there is some of each. I have to say, there is much more good about living in the Hawaiian Islands than anything else.

You’ll have to decide for yourself if Hawaii is FOR YOU – after reading!

I struggled with a price for this ebook. There is more information in this book than any other I’ve seen on moving to Hawaii. I spent a couple of hundred hours on researching and writing this ebook to make sure it is the best it can be.

I promise you it’s an easy and fun read. I think you’ll enjoy this book more than other dry books on the subject. I talk to you as if I know you and the fact that I care about your choice – shines through as I weigh the balance between the positive and negative aspects of living in this unique place.

Aloha Nui Loa! – Peter Lovic

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6 Comments

  1. Shirley 07/07/2016 at 4:22 pm - Reply

    Hi Vern, I want to buy your book, but have an android. Is it only for iphones? Thanks!

  2. Nat 04/17/2016 at 5:59 pm - Reply

    Hi Vern! Just got the book, what are your thoughts on car transport to Oahu? We live in Florida and are considering driving it to Calufornua and shipping it. From what I searched online and seeing that we are still financing it seems like a better idea… Thoughts? Same for furniture.. TIA

    • Peter Kay 05/02/2016 at 4:43 pm - Reply

      Kinda all depends on what you want to do. When I came to Hawaii I drove my car across the country and it was a great adventure. It would have been cheaper to ship it but driving was so much fun. So it’s really a save money vs. have an adventure question.

  3. Anita 03/18/2016 at 12:58 pm - Reply

    I am also searching to share a private charter plane to transport my dog to Hawaii this Spring. Can you please connect me to AMY in response to your shared letter from her? Thanks, Vern!

    • Vern Lovic 03/18/2016 at 3:09 pm - Reply

      Please leave a comment on the page her comment shows on, otherwise I’ll be searching for it. Thanks

    • TB 12/21/2018 at 1:42 am - Reply

      I flew my Neapolitan Mastiff in cabin-bought him 2 seats, back and forth from Kona to Seattle frequently. Best seats for this are 6A, B and C. How big is your dog? It’s not difficult Go to http://www.thedogtor.net, get certificate, then you also need 2 rabies, titer test, approval from Hawaii Quarantine (only 30 day wait now after titer test is done) and vet in Hawaii to meet you at airport. Maui is much more dog friendly, and has many vets to go to airport late at night. It’s called Direct Release. The rules changed in Aug 18, no quarantine and no 120 day wait!

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