Hawaii Life

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  • 2013
  • 14 Seasons
  • 6.8  (74)

Hawaii is a vacation spot for most. But for a few the dream of living in paradise is too strong to ignore. The television show Hawaii Life says you don't have to be rich to live in Hawaii; you just have to want it." The agents of Hawaii Life real estate take future residents around the islands to find the perfect home. Many of the real estate agents on the show moved from the Mainland and are happy to share their Hawaiian experiences with want-to-be homebuyers. The first episodes featured properties on the island of Kauai. Additional episodes show properties on the other three islands: Maui, Oahu and the Big Island. Unlike other house hunting shows, the beaches, mountains, and volcanoes are just as important as the houses visited. Houses range from modest homes in family-friendly neighborhoods to swanky resort-like estates with sweeping views. Most of the families looking for homes were seduced by the island while on vacation and have decided to take the leap to move there permanently. During the show, house hunters are shown three properties by a Hawaii Life agent that fit their list of needs and wants. Then the homebuyers must debate the pros and cons of each property and finally choose just one perfect place to call home. The show explores different neighborhoods on each island visited. Farm-like settings, suburban neighborhoods, resort living communities and condos on the beach are all available. Hawaii Life also dispels the myth that living in Hawaii is too expensive and unattainable for the average homebuyer. The show packs a lot of information into a half-hour program. This is a good watch for those who dream of living a Hawaiian paradise and for those who are just curious about how Hawaiians live. The scenery alone is worth turning on the television.

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Raising Baby on the Big Island
12. Raising Baby on the Big Island
January 25, 2021
Two nurses from TX look for a large yard on the Big Island for their son.
Life's Not a Drag
10. Life's Not a Drag
January 11, 2021
A NY drag performer moving his show to Hilo, HI, needs a large property.
Garden of Eating on Maui
9. Garden of Eating on Maui
January 4, 2021
A NY couple debate over a fixer-upper and a turnkey for their Maui orchard.
Saying Aloha to Oahu
8. Saying Aloha to Oahu
December 28, 2020
Two empty nesters from VA want an Oahu home where they can be active.
Unpacking for Good on Oahu
7. Unpacking for Good on Oahu
December 21, 2020
A military family looks for a Honolulu home in walking distance to shops.
Square Footage on Oahu
6. Square Footage on Oahu
December 14, 2020
A family living in a tiny apartment search for a spacious home on Oahu.
Thawing Out on Oahu
5. Thawing Out on Oahu
December 7, 2020
A CO family look for a low-maintenance beach house on warm and sunny Oahu.
Selling it All for a Maui Move
2. Selling it All for a Maui Move
October 12, 2020
A family of five who have sold their gyms in Arizona are ready for more time in paradise with a move-in ready home on the island of Maui. She wants to find a house with her dream white kitchen while he needs a property with plenty of land.
A Dog's Paradise on Maui
1. A Dog's Paradise on Maui
October 12, 2020
Ready to escape the Illinois winters, an active couple is relocating to their former honeymoon destination on the beautiful island of Maui. They're looking for a condo and don't mind doing renovations, but they must have enough yard space for their dog.
Hawaii Life
Hawaii Life

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Hawaii is a vacation spot for most. But for a few the dream of living in paradise is too strong to ignore. The television show Hawaii Life says you don't have to be rich to live in Hawaii; you just have to want it." The agents of Hawaii Life real estate take future residents around the islands to find the perfect home. Many of the real estate agents on the show moved from the Mainland and are happy to share their Hawaiian experiences with want-to-be homebuyers. The first episodes featured properties on the island of Kauai. Additional episodes show properties on the other three islands: Maui, Oahu and the Big Island.

Unlike other house hunting shows, the beaches, mountains, and volcanoes are just as important as the houses visited. Houses range from modest homes in family-friendly neighborhoods to swanky resort-like estates with sweeping views. Most of the families looking for homes were seduced by the island while on vacation and have decided to take the leap to move there permanently. During the show, house hunters are shown three properties by a Hawaii Life agent that fit their list of needs and wants. Then the homebuyers must debate the pros and cons of each property and finally choose just one perfect place to call home.

The show explores different neighborhoods on each island visited. Farm-like settings, suburban neighborhoods, resort living communities and condos on the beach are all available. Hawaii Life also dispels the myth that living in Hawaii is too expensive and unattainable for the average homebuyer. The show packs a lot of information into a half-hour program. This is a good watch for those who dream of living a Hawaiian paradise and for those who are just curious about how Hawaiians live. The scenery alone is worth turning on the television.Hawaii Life is a series that is currently running and has 14 seasons (191 episodes). The series first aired on January 1, 2013.

Where to Watch Hawaii Life

Hawaii Life is available for streaming on the HGTV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Hawaii Life on demand at Amazon Prime, Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, Apple TV and HGTV.

  • Premiere Date
    January 1, 2013
  • IMDB Rating
    6.8  (74)