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HI Debt Consolidation in Hawaii

There’s no need to struggle with the high interest rates of credit cards any longer!  Whatever your reason for falling into debt, Somerset can help get you back on your feet.  Our debt consolidation specialists can help you:


Lower Your Monthly Payment
Hawaii residents benefit from the ease of paying just one low monthly payment while quickly eliminating your debt.


Save Money

Somerset Investors Corp. offers some of the lowest mortgage interest rates in HI.  Combine your high interest credit cards, personal loans, retail cards, home improvement loans, time shares, and boat loans into a single low interest debt consolidation loan.  Even if you have bad credit, Somerset’s debt consolidation specialist can get you on the right track.


Consolidate Mortgages

Take advantage of lower interest rates by consolidating all your mortgages into a single mortgage with a low interest rate.


Smile during Tax-Time

A debt consolidation loan can save you money on taxes!  Unlike credit cards, mortgage interest is usually tax deductible.  Consult a tax professional or one of our debt consolidation specialists to get the facts.


Still deciding if debt consolidation is right for you?  There’s never any fee or obligation to speak to our debt consolidation specialists.  They can work with you to determine just how a debt consolidation loan will benefit you.

Local debt consolidation directory for HI:
Haiku Hanamaulu Hickam AFB Honokaa
Hakalau Hanapepe Hilo Honolulu
Haleiwa Hauula Holualoa Honomu
Hana Hawaii National Park Honaunau Hoolehua
Hanalei Hawi

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Two of Hawaii's building contractors have merged in the wake of an economic downturn and softening demand for construction.

Hawaiians oppose home construction on grave

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More education cuts planned

The state Department of Education has planned another $14.5 million in reductions, in addition to $31.5 million in cuts announced by state Superintendent Patricia Hamamoto last week.

Gov. To Attend Diversity Conference

Hawaii Gov. Linda Lingle and 500 scholars, educators, government officials and business leaders will meet in Bali, Indonesia, next month for an international conference on building diversity.

Hoku to install solar systems at 4 airports in Hawaii

Hoku Scientific Inc. said yesterday it has signed agreements with the state Department of Transportation to install photovoltaic power systems at four Hawaii airports.

Hawaii Gov. Stumps for Cain

Five thousand miles is a long way to travel in support of a candidate, but Gov. Linda Lingle, R-Hawaii, made the trip to New Hampshire this week to voice her support for Republican presidential nominee John ...

State arrests man who claims to be Hawaiian king

A Maui resident who claims to be the king of Hawaii and own Iolani Palace was arrested by state authorities today.

U.S. Supreme Court to hear OHA challenge on ceded lands

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to consider a Hawaii case involving efforts by the state to sell so-called ceded lands to developers.

Hawaii food-stamp program replaced by SNAP

Beginning Wednesday, Hawai'i's Food Stamp Program will be known officially as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP.

Hawaii judge blows chance to save Earth

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Protest calls for Hawaii tourism chief's ouster

About two dozen protesters shouted "Rex Johnson has to go!" in unison as they carried placards and marched today down Waikiki's Kalakaua Avenue - in the heart of Hawai'i's tourist mecca.

$31.5M in spending cuts proposed for Hawaii schools

The state Department of Education proposed $31.5 million in budget cuts yesterday that would eliminate resource teachers, support staff and tutoring positions as well as reducing funding for athletics, but ...

Hawaii Tourism Authority may delay meeting on its CEO

The Hawaii Tourism Authority may postpone a special board meeting to decide whether to keep Rex Johnson as its CEO and president.

AirMed Hawaii stations aircraft at Hilo International Airport

AirMed Hawaii announced today that one of its King Air C-90 aircraft with a medical flight crew is now stationed at Hilo International Airport to provide transports for patients of Hilo Medical Center and other ...

Free admission weekend at Kilauea Point lighthouse

In recognition of National Public Lands Day, Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge will offer a fee-free weekend tomorrow and Sunday.

Historic ruling looms for restoring streams

The State Commission on Water Resource Management was preparing Wednesday to act on what some members called a historic decision to put at least 12 million gallons a day of water back into five East Maui stream ...

Alaska, Hawaii brought diversity, change to U.S. as 49th, 50th states

Alaska and Hawaii joined the Union as the 49th and 50th states. Americans born after statehood probably do not know that the debate regarding statehood had its contentious moments.

In Politics Spin City

Gov. Linda Lingle is heading to the mainland this week and next for a trip that includes a six-state campaign swing for the Republican presidential ticket of John McCain and Sarah Palin.

Hawaii delays sale of $600 million worth of bonds

Lingle says the state is financially able to wait and see how the markets react over the next couple of weeks as the federal government puts forward a plan to get Wall Street back on track.

Hawaii hotels clinging to $200 rate

After a mostly uninterrupted climb since July 2006 when statewide hotel rates first passed $200, Hawaii hotels have begun to significantly trim rates to offset double-digit losses in occupancy.

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