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Toward an Optimal Method of Site Selection Encompassing Non-Quantifiable Factors in Housing

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Title: Toward an Optimal Method of Site Selection Encompassing Non-Quantifiable Factors in Housing
Authors: Evans, Roger
Issue Date: 26 Sep 2014
Publisher: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Abstract: The Hawaiian people enjoy a great many benefits not available elsewhere in the country. These benefits seem to be the attraction to our shores of a great many visitors each year. Due to their influx of increasingly greater numbers annually, the various State agencies have made an attempt to see their needs are met. One such instance is in the area of housing. While the tourist generally finds an abundance of housing from which to choose during his stay, the permanent resident does not. Housing for the resident is scarce, and partly due to this scarcity, expensive as well. This suggests an inability on the part of the private sector to satisfy the needs of the resident, not only in raw numbers but, in adequacy as well.
Pages/Duration: 120 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/33750
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