8 West Hawaii Real Estate | April 27, 2016 The Hawaii HomeOwnership Hawaii HomeOwnership Center receives $5,000 donation Center (HHOC) has received a $5,000 donation from the First Insurance Company of Hawaii (FICOH), according to Dennis Oshiro, Executive Director of the Hawaii HomeOwnership Center. The funds will help the center provide classes and individualized coaching to home buyers throughout the state to attain sustainable homeownership. Zoned for Development Agriculture and Views Buddy Norwood R(B) 40108 (808) 896-0144 cell firstname.lastname@example.org Dylan Nonaka R(S) 64242 (808) 937-8382 cell Dylan@buybigisland.com LAND HO! Cool Elevations! Look at those VIEWS! Coldwell Banker Maryl Realty Milolii Oceanfront 11,800 sq ft $229,000 MLS: 271365 75-1000 Henry St. Suite 203 - Kailua-Kona HI 96740 Office Licence # RB-16961 10 Acres off of Laaloa Zoned RS 7.5 $875,000 MLS: 294128 20 Acres off of Laaloa Zoned RS 7.5 and 3.5 Multi Res. $2.3m MLS: 294126 20,002 sq ft in Kahaolino at the top of Kaiminani $275,000 MLS: 293106 Kona Vistas - 28,141 sq ft Underground Utilities $325,000 MLS: 293325 6 Acres in Kaohe Ranch Located at the top $290,000 MLS: 292212 Coffee Farm with Views 3 Acres off of Hualalai Rd $575,000 MLS: 294235 Million $ Views from Hualalai 2 lots, 5 Acres of Pasture $540,000 MLS: 294217 3 Acres in Kaloko Two Great View Potential $295,000 MLS: 293862 “We believe that a safe and stable home is critical to the success of our children, families, and communities. We appreciate that FICOH shares our values and supports our work in sustainable homeownership,” said Dennis Oshiro. Homeownership has significant positive human benefits in education, employment, and physical and mental health for individuals, families, and communities – all which can relieve burdens on public assistance (i.e. welfare, food stamps). Unfortunately, Hawaii has the fifth lowest rate of homeownership in the nation according to the CFED Assets & Opportunities Scorecard. Only 56 percent of all housing units in Hawaii are owneroccupied, compared to the U.S. average of 63 percent. The Hawaii HomeOwnership Center is committed to addressing the rate of homeownership in the state so more families and communities can appreciate the benefits that come through educated homeowners that are prepared to sustain and maintain their asset. “Increasing homeownership in our state benefits families and Hawaii’s economy,” said Jeff Shonka, President and Chief Executive Officer of FICOH. “HHOC fulfills an important need in our community and we are proud to support their mission of helping more of our local families achieve sustainable homeownership.” “FICOH has been an annual supporter of the Hawaii HomeOwnership Center,” said Dennis Oshiro, “We value their partnership in reaching more of our neighbors to attain a safe family base through homeownership.” The Hawaii HomeOwnership Center’s mission is to provide education, information and support to create successful first-time homeowners in Hawaii. By addressing barriers and increasing rates of home ownership, the HomeOwnership Center aims to build stronger families and communities throughout the state of Hawaii. Services are available to anyone regardless of their income. Info: hihomeownership.org.
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