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Dec 24

Boise Idaho Real Estate get national attention

So many negative stories about Boise Idaho Home Sales that too often people don't get too see what positive things are happening. Many times we get hooked on stats and forget that life still happens.

 

Dec 21

The End of the McMansion? The Impact of Rising Energy Costs

The median size of new homes in the U.S. increased from just over 1,500 square feet in 1973 (the first year the Census Bureau began tracking new home size) to 2,309 square feet at its peak in 2007. The median size has declined almost 10% since then. Will the trend to smaller-sized homes persist? Let?s consider the rising cost of energy.
 

Dec 18

Boise Investment Real Estate

Part I of 'Realtors in the House'. Get the latest insights from Boise Realtors on Boise Idaho Real Estate.
 

Dec 18

The End of the McMansion? Changing Demographics ? Immigrant Households

The median size of new homes in the U.S. increased from just over 1,500 square feet in 1973 (the first year the Census Bureau began tracking new home size) to 2,309 square feet at its peak in 2007. The median size has declined almost 10% since then. Will the trend to smaller-sized homes persist? Let?s consider Immigrant Households.
 

Dec 18

Ted Mason Signature Homes

An Energy Star Builder
 

Dec 17

New Construction building process

Three ways to have your home built.
 

Dec 16

Boise makes list of Top Business Cities according to Market Watch

Boise actually scored well in virtually all metrics, and might have gotten closer to the top spot had it not been for the pace of its job losses during the past year.
 

Dec 15

The End of the McMansion? Changing Demographics - Household Types

The median size of new homes in the U.S. increased from just over 1,500 square feet in 1973 (the first year the Census Bureau began tracking new home size) to 2,309 square feet at its peak in 2007. The median size has declined almost 10% since then. Will the trend to smaller-sized homes persist? Let?s consider changes in household types.
 

Dec 15

Boise home loans- 203k Rehab loans

The 203(k) program is the Department of Housing's primary program for the rehabilitation and repair of single family properties. As such, it is an important tool for community and neighborhood revitalization and for expanding home ownership opportunities.
 

Dec 13

The End of the McMansion? Changing Demographics ? Gen X and Gen Y

The median size of new homes in the U.S. increased from just over 1,500 square feet in 1973 (the first year the Census Bureau began tracking new home size) to 2,309 square feet at its peak in 2007. The median size has declined almost 10% since then. Will the trend to smaller-sized homes persist?
 

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