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How the military impacts rent prices in Hawaii


Will Espero - (D) Senate Housing Chairperson said. Based on the state's latest data, Hawaii has about 450,000 homes. A little more than 194,000 of those are rentals. Real estate analyst Rick Cassiday estimates the military occupies between 10,000-to-20,000 ...


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