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Dec 10

New Community Tour! Springhouse Subdivision in Eagle, Idaho

Get an on-the-ground look at the new Springhouse subdivision in Eagle, Idaho.  Our driving community tours let you see the neighborhood and are packed with information about the community, nearby attractions, and schools.

 

Dec 07

Take a Tour of Foxglove Estates in Eagle, ID

Foxglove Estates is a new, high-end community in Eagle off of Linder Road. Watch a 90-second video tour of the subdivsion and use our exclusive 360 degree aerial drone footage to view the entire community.

 

Dec 05

What's the Difference Between Greenbelt and Waterfront Properties?

In Boise, we are fortunate enough to be a growing city in a growing metropolitan area that also has easy access to nature. In many cases, the nature is right off your back patio. There are a number of subdivisions that back up to the Boise Greenbelt as well as waterfront properties that face the Boise River or neighborhood ponds. What is the difference between these two types of properties?

 

Dec 05

Best Day Trips: 1 Hour Away from Boise

There are lots of things to do in Boise. But if you're looking for something else to do or want to see more of this beautiful state, you're in luck. There are plenty of things to see and places to visit just an hour's drive from Boise. Check out some of our favorites!

 

Dec 03

Common items on a Home Inspection

Buying or selling a home is very stressful and home inspections can create a lot of anxiety in the process. Once an offer is accepted, the next step is for the home to be inspected. This is not mandatory but highly recommended for buyers. Buyers are looking to purchase the home they are expecting and the inspection will verify that or notify you of items so you are not surprised upon moving in.

For sellers- it’s a great idea to have an inspection prior to the home going on the market. This will let you know about any issues upfront which will give you peace of mind knowing that any unknown issues could come up makes for a smooth transaction.  You may have items that should be repaired prior to listing your home or your agent may have some suggestions on how to handle them. Also, some repairs may need to be made by the lender if the buyer is getting financing. Being proactive and having a professional inspector come out beforehand spares the seller of  unknown surprises and can mak

 

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