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RELOCATING TO THE ISLAND??

We are committed to making sure that you have all the resources available to you when you're planning your big move. Whether relocating for business or pleasure, our resources have helped many families throughout the years to make their transition as smooth as possible.  We ourselves enjoy living, working, and playing in Hawaii, we'd love to help you do the same.
We also have national/international network of relocation partners available if you are seeking to move off the island.

 

MILITARY RELOCATION

Welcome to Century 21 Hawaiian Style and the state of Hawaii.

My name is Ron Riles (RA) and I am an agent that specializes in working with all military and DoD civilians in obtaining housing needs.

As a retired U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sergeant, I am here to serve you.

For more information on myself and the great team here at Century 21 Hawaiian Style, please visit my blog:

Ron Riles' Blog 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SHIPPING A VEHICLE

Shipping a vehicle is easy but you have to do your homework. Here are a few tips to making sure everything goes smoothly:

1. Make arrangements 3-4 weeks in advance. Researching  freigh companies takes time. Find an established company and compare prices.

2. Determine your delivery/pick up dates.

3. Prepare your vehicle, make sure it's clean inside and out. Deactivate alarm systems, antennas, and evaluate/document condition of the car. Take a photo of original condition.

4. Review insurance and company's contract carefully to confirm what is expected of both parties before signing.

Start now!

SCHOOLS

How many school districts does Hawaii have? One, and Honolulu's part of it. That makes Hawaii Public Schools the 10th-largest district in the country, with more than 175,000 students (about a third of them attend the 78 schools in Honolulu's sector). The schools tend to be small - the average high school population is less than 1,000, middle schools are less than half that size, and elementary schools even smaller - and the teacher-student ratio's pleasantly low at 14 to 1. That means plenty of personal attention to keep students from getting distracted by the sun, waves, and temptations of island life. The district is struggling with the economic downturn and underfunding, but it also sports some Blue Ribbon elementary schools and one of the nation's top-performing high schools.

And, dude, it's Honolulu, one of the most beautiful places on Earth - with one of the highest costs of living. If you're lucky enough to have a job that lets you raise a family here, it's good to know that the school district is dedicated to excellence and individual accomplishment, and not just cruising through your child's education.

Article source: http://www.greatschools.org/

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