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Top Reasons to Live in Pearl City, Hawaii

  • Breathtaking scenery! Pearl City is a postcard-worthy tropical destination, and the city is in close proximity to the Pearl Harbor National Wildlife Refuge, offering plenty of nature trails. To take in the entire city, the ancient volcano crater Diamond Head provides a stunning view of the entire area.

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  • Rising home value! In Pearl City and nearby cities Waimalu and Waipio, house values have nearly doubled in the last 15 years, making rent-to-own houses a sound investment in Honolulu County.
  • Tight-knit community! With a population of around 50,000, Pearl City provides its residents numerous community activities, such as the weekly Momilani Farmers Market and community hikes at nearby Manoa Falls Trail.
  • Highly educated residents! Nearly 30% of Pearl City's residents have a Bachelor's degree or higher, which supports a healthy rate of job growth around the community. For first-time buyers commuting to Honolulu or Ewa, rent-to-own homes have become a popular option.
  • Fascinating cultural attractions! Located on the north bank of Pearl Harbor, Pearl City is drenched in historical importance. Residents can spend the day touring the USS Arizona Memorial Museum, and the Polynesian Culture Center in nearby Laie provides guests activities, games, educational lectures and an authentic luau with the backdrop of authentic Polynesian villages.
  • Close to Honolulu! Unlike the high property costs of Honolulu (the average is $628,938), rent-to-own apartments, condos and homes are moderately priced (the average is $555,763), but residents still have access to the wealth of attractions Honolulu has to offer, such as the Honolulu Zoo and Honolulu Museum of Art.
  • Outdoor activities! Much like other Hawaiian communities, Pearl City is perfect for those who appreciate the natural beauty and wonderful weather of Hawaii. Residents can relax at the Waiau Neighborhood Park or get some exercise hiking the majestic Manana Trail.
  • High household income! Pearl City's residents have a significantly higher median household income than the rest of Hawaii. Considering Pearl City's growing population and economy, investing in rent-to-own properties or a rental home has become a popular investment option, especially nearby the lagoons and beaches of Ko Olina or in the Pacific Palisades.
  • Delectable local eateries! Hawaii is famous for its restaurants. Since shipping food to the island is expensive, many restaurants source their food locally. For passionate carnivores, the Cattle Company Steak House offers locally raised, grass-fed cattle, and the seafood at Sansei Seafood and Restaurant most likely comes out of the Pacific that morning.
  • Beach living! You can't talk about Hawaii without mentioning its pristine, white beaches. Pearl City is a short drive to the sun and fun of many world-famous beaches like Waikiki. For a less crowded and more secluded experience, One'ula Beach Park is a popular (but not too popular) stretch of spacious beach.