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Important contact information for Newcomers

We advise our clients to lease for six to twelve months in the area where they plan to purchase in the future.

We've provided contact information and links to help you familiarize yourself with the island of Oahu ...

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All you need to know about Honolulu

Hawaii services phone numbers

Verizon Hawaii: (808) 643-3456
Vehicle Registration:  (808) 532-7700
Driver's Licenses:  (808) 532-7700
The Bus:  (808) 848-5555
Oceanic Cable:  (808) 625-8200
Animal Quarantine Station: (808) 483-7171
The Gas Company: (808) 535-9000
Board of Water Supply: (808) 527-6184
Hawaiian Electric Co. (808) 548-7311


Government Agencies

Hawaii Government

Hawaii Public Schools

Hawaii Independent Schools

Honolulu Preschool Locator

Honolulu Land Information System

Hawaii Dept of Land & Natural Resources

Landlord Tenant Code

Animal Quarantine Laws

Honolulu Police Department


Honolulu Rental Central

Humane Socitey ... housing with pets

Honolulu Weather

Oahu Visitors Bureau

Utilities and Transportation

Hawaiian Electric

Traffic cams

The Bus

Airport Shuttle Service

Insights to Oahu

101 Things to Do

Bishop Museum

Hawaii Opera Theatre

Paradise Cove

Waikiki Aquarium

Atlantis Submarines

Sea Life Park

Polynesian Cultural Center

Dole Plantation

Kualoa Ranch

Honolulu Zoo

"All Stings Considered"


Honolulu Advertiser excerpt ...

Two East Shore beaches are the most dangerous on Oahu, according to a five-year study done by the state Department of Health.

Both Makapuu and Sandy Beach do not have a protecting reef to lessen the energy of the wave break, said Capt. Kevin Allen, of the Ocean Safety and Lifeguard Services Division, who is charge of beaches from Hanauma Bay to Kailua Beach Park.

"The swells come in and break with full force in shallow water," he added. "We have a lot of broken backs, broken necks and dislocated shoulders. It's basically from the force of the water throwing a person into the sand."

Allen noted that those beaches are geared toward experienced bodyboarders and surfers, but "even the most experienced can get out there and get into trouble."

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