Rentals in Hawaii
Out of the 519,992 homes in Hawaii, you will find that if one rents their home, the average household size will be 2.72 persons. Renters account for 187,279, or 42% of the occupied homes in Hawaii, and home owners account for 58% of Hawaii's population. The average rent for an apartment in Hawaii in the last 12 months has been $993. The average rents for a 1 bed, 2 bed and 3 bed apartments have been $806, $999, and $1263 respectively.
The capitol of Hawaii is Honolulu and the population of Hawaii is 1,360,301. The most populated cities in Hawaii are Honolulu, Hilo, Kailua, Kaneohe, and Waipahu.
Weather and Climate
Hawaii is an island in the Pacific Ocean to the west of the continental United States, with a tropical wet climate. It is warm year round in Hawaii, with summer temperatures averaging around 88 degrees for the high and 74 for the low, and average winter temperatures average at a high of 81 degrees and 65 for the low. There is no snowfall in Hawaii, but lots of rain, with an average of 63.7 inches in annual precipitation.
The median age in Hawaii is 38.70 years, with men averaging at 37.20 years, women 39.90, and a one to one ratio of men and women. There 519,992 Hawaiian homes, with each home averaging $63,030 in annual income. Hawaii sees 7.40% of the population in poverty, and 7.90% of Hawiians go without any health care coverage or insurance.
Sports Universities and Education
Hawaii is home to several universities including the University of Hawaii, Hawaii Pacific University, and Chaminade University of Honolulu. 30.30% of Hawaiians are enrolled in college or university and 19.90% have a bachelor's degree. There are no major league sports in Hawaii.
Industry and Employment
Hawaii’s top industries include tourism, food processing, clothing, fabricated metal products, and fishing. 638,191 Hawaiians are employed, and 5.10% of Hawaii's population is unemployed. Hawaii residents drive on average 25.50 minutes to work each day.