Your donations are greatly appreciated!

Our goal is to change the existing laws, prohibiting owners to rent their properties for less than 30 days by allowing a form of permitting.

We educate the public and the Legislature about the much needed economic contributions vacation rentals bring to Oahu and the importance of Hawaii offering alternative options to meet the needs of visitors.

Members are expected to pay their taxes and respect their neighbors.

Many HVROA short-term rental owners and their guests on Oahu have witnessed the aggressive efforts of the Department of Planning and Permitting (DPP) to eliminate all short term rentals on the island.

In order to protect its members, HVROA retained legal counsel and on July 11, 2016 filed a lawsuit against the City and County of Honolulu; specifically, the Department of Permitting and Planning (DPP) and the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) to prevent them from holding property owners in violation of renting their properties once during a 30-day period. HVROA’s attorney, was successful in getting the DPP and ZBA to settle the matter in our favor on May 23, 2018.  Please consider donating below.