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Puna

The fastest growing district with some of the most affordable property in the state. Puna has the greatest diversity of the island. New land is still being created by Hawaii volcano goddess Madame Pele. Knowing how close she is to your neighborhood is important.

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South Hilo

East Hawaii is vast and green, but its center is the town of Hilo. On the shores of a sweeping bay it is the county seat where business gets done in an endless parade of sun and showers.

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North Hilo

Much of Northern Hilo on the Hamakua coast is former cane lands that cover lower slopes of Mauna Kea. A mix of crops such as tropical fruit, ginger, sweet potato, dracaena cane, corn, macadamia nuts, and agro-forestry have moved in to create a wealth of diversity where once there was only sugar.

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Hamakua

Space to grow. Still recovering from the end of big sugar’s demise, the Hamakua coast, or “Heritage coast” is what most people imagine what Hawaii must be like. A verdant landscape as one drives for miles passing palm lined valleys and cascading waterfalls. Old plantation towns dot the coast along the highway and agro-forestry has replaced half of the sugar cane fields.

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North Kohala

North Kohala transforms into country resembling an open savanna as development stops. At the north tip of the island you literally turn a corner and enter the old sugar plantation days. The little town of Hawi welcomes you at the base of the verdant green Kohala Mountains.

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South Kohala

Discover the rural charm and laid back atmosphere of South Kona. The area is ideal for small scale farming -- with coffee and mac nuts being the prized crops. There is a thriving friendly spirit in this community. You will find friends, family and visitors enjoying local talent at the Aloha theater, or mingling at the weekend farmer market.

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North Kona

All of this beauty and activity in Kona is set on the side of the eight thousand foot mount Hualalai. Cloaked in coffee, fruit trees, macadamia nuts, forests, and pastures, Kona is still small and rural. Along the coast the more dense urban areas feature small hotels and condos.

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South Kona

Discover the rural charm and laid back atmosphere of South Kona. The area is ideal for small scale farming -- with coffee and mac nuts being the prized crops. There is a thriving friendly spirit in this community. You will find friends, family and visitors enjoying local talent at the Aloha theater, or mingling at the weekend farmer market.

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Kau

There are four options in Kau, living on top of a volcano, fitting into a small town in the country at Na’alehu, becoming a farmer in Pahala, or retiring/ starting out in Hawaiian Ocean View. What these locals in Kau have in common is their isolation from the Big Islands urban centers of Kona and Hilo.

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