2022 Boise Idaho Real Estate Blog

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Jul 01

At this point, everybody knows that home values have gone up across the country, especially in Idaho. And once again, Idaho leads the country with the largest year-over-year home equity gains thanks to these rising home values.


Jun 30

Prepare to be moved! We have a new listing today for 2453 Hilton in Boise.


Jun 30

Renting versus buying: the eternal question of how to pay for where you live. After watching the real estate market take off with few signs of slowing down, it has left a lot of people wondering if it is worth it to stop renting and buy a house. We have some recent facts and figures to potentially help you make your decision.


Jun 28

Buying land to develop into houses and subdivisions is part of a growing city, and the Boise area has been doing plenty of growing. Land is a premium here, so developers are actively looking for land to buy and build on. Here are 3 things to look for when looking for land to develop.


Jun 26

If 2020 taught us anything, it’s that things can turn on a dime and plans can change. Many people flooded housing markets across the country (especially Boise) to buy a new home with a home office, a bigger lot, or to get out of the big city. However, a life or job change can necessitate a quick move right after you get settled into your new home. If this happens, there are a few things to consider.


Jun 24

Selling your home is not a decision that is made lightly. In real estate, time really does equal money, so it is imperative you make the best use of your time in order to fetch top dollar in the shortest amount of time. Here is the number one way to maximize your time.


Jun 23

The Canyon County Parade of Homes goes until June 27th, so you still have time to see some top-of-the-line, newly-built homes from some of the top builders in the area.


Jun 23

In today’s real estate market, it seems like everybody is paying in cash. Buying a house with an all-cash offer is very appealing to buyers and sellers because it has less complexity, However, this is not a viable option for nearly all buyers and investors. The purpose of this article is to break down some of the pros and cons of baying cash for a house in this market.


Jun 22

Prepare to be moved! Take a look at Build Idaho’s newest listing near the heart of Nampa, ID!


Jun 22

When you make an investment, you want to make sure that that investment will give you payoffs for years to come, whether it is stocks, a new car, or buying a house. Buying a house is often the biggest purchase a person will make, and the buyer wants to make sure that such a large investment in their future will pay off in the form of sturdy, consistent shelter. To learn about the state of the house, buyers will usually get a home inspection.


Jun 02

June is National Homeownership Month, which focuses on the benefits of owning a home. Let's kick off this month and the beginning of summer by looking at the benefits to you and your family when you own a home instead of renting. 


May 19

Owning a home is one of the best tax breaks you can get and is seen as one of the reasons to buy a home instead of renting. Here, we are going to look at some of the most common tax breaks homeowners can get, including separate benefits for first-time homebuyers.


May 18

It’s not new news that the real estate market in the United States has been insane in the last 12 months with unparalleled buyer interest causing price increases and making the housing shortage more dire. Idaho is no exception and has been a national leader in all of these criteria. So how do buyers succeed in such a tight seller’s market? Patience.


May 14

Spring and summer are the prime time for home renovations thanks to warm weather and longer daylight hours. Home renovation covers a wide variety of projects from getting a new light fixture in the kitchen to adding a deck to the backyard. Some projects are large enough that they require a building permit. But where is the cutoff for needing/not needing a permit? We will provide examples of when you will need a permit for fixing up your home.


May 12

There is one over-arching question when it comes to deciding where to live: rent or buy? For many people, it makes sense to rent due to financial, employment, or lifestyle reasons. Buying a home is seen as more of a long-term solution for people who want to put down roots in a beloved city, and maybe start or grow a family. Being a homeowner also comes with benefits that are inaccessible to renters. Here are the top 4 reasons why owning a home is so financially powerful.


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