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3 Things to do BEFORE you Start your Boise Home Search

Friday, November 14th, 2014 at 3:13pm. 7059 Views, 1 Comments.

boise-home-2_400You are ready to take the plunge.  You are finally ready to purchase a Boise home.  You have been noticing that homes are really affordable, interest rates are low, and you want to get in on the bargains.  Now what do you do?                     

Hire a real estate agent to represent YOUR interests.  Today buyer representation is pretty common but in the past, even though an agent worked with the buyer, they were working for the seller because they get paid by the seller.  It is no longer that way.  If you have a buyer representation agreement, your agent is bound to represent you in the transaction and not the seller or themselves.  Having an experienced and professional agent can save you time, frustration, and most…

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Barber Pool: Boise’s “Anchor for wildlife and humanity”

Monday, October 27th, 2014 at 5:12pm. 3941 Views, 0 Comments.

Fountain Fixture in a Pond

It’s a warm night with a slight western breeze floating through from Oregon, and it’s dark out but you wouldn’t know it from the moonlight draped across the Boise foothills. Just six miles away I can see the lights and buildings of downtown—a few square blocks with all the benefits and attractions of city nightlife—where people are out enjoying restaurants and clubs, just a short bike ride from Barber Pool, where I sit overlooking one of Idaho’s “Top 12 ecosystems,” surrounded by homes, yet listening still to the river rush, the coyotes calling to each other. The smell of cool water and dusty sage mingles with fresh-cut lawns and the mature Ponderosa Pine planted next to this lookout area. The hills seem to glow as they stretch off…

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Homeowners' Association: What you Need to Know

Monday, September 22nd, 2014 at 10:26am. 4628 Views, 0 Comments.


So, what is an HOA and what are they all about? What do you need to know?

Boise, Idaho's shrinking home inventory has prompted many to turn to new construction, and with budding neighborhoods come budding Homeowners Associations, organizations in a planned community or subdivision that create and enforce rules for all the homes and properties within their jurisdiction. What can you expect from these HOAs? 

A Homeowners Association is a board that manages what is typically (but not always) a group of condominiums, townhouses or newly constructed neighborhoods. These associations are meant to both improve the quality of life for residents as well as maintain high property values. This is managed through a series of fees that the association uses…

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Did You Know Evel Knievel is an Idaho Legend?

Monday, September 22nd, 2014 at 10:10am. 1467 Views, 0 Comments.

twinfalls-perrinbridge_500The dry, fall air whips across the flat landscape. An abrupt, wide fault cuts across the otherwise uninterrupted terrain, dividing the city of Twin Falls from the highway. On one side, a man prepares to cross the canyon. His white outfit, complete with a thick, star-studded V across the front, alerts a watching nation that he does not intend to cross conventionally. Instead of taking the bridge, Evel Knievel was going to fly across.

The Canyon

The canyon daredevil Evel Knievel attempted to jump, the Snake River Canyon, is as deep as 500 feet and as wide as a quarter of a mile in some places. It was formed by the joint efforts of the Snake River and the ancient Bonneville flood. The black basalt stands out sharp against the sage plains and the river…

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A Person to Remember, The Anne Frank Memorial

Thursday, August 14th, 2014 at 9:24am. 7505 Views, 2 Comments.

"In Spite of everything, I still believe that people are truly good at heart." -Anne Frank

We all have at one point in our life been judged by something we had little control over. Anne Frank was more than judged, but died because she was Jewish. The importance of human rights cannot be understated, and the Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial is a must-see for anyone concerned with the issue of human rights in society.  Anne’s belief in humanity inspired the nearly full-acre park in downtown Boise for residents of Idaho to remember her story.

Anne Frank: A Story that Should Never be Forgotten

Born Annelies Marie Frank on June 12, 1929, Anne was 13 years old when German authorities began rounding up Jews throughout the Netherlands and sending them to Westerbork. Westerbork was a transit concentration camp on the way to Auschwitz. This is…

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Libraries Make a Great Addition to any Home

Wednesday, August 13th, 2014 at 9:47am. 5935 Views, 0 Comments.

There are always fresh and interesting ideas that come to mind when you're planning for a room in a current or new home. But when you have ideas about how to use the space, deciding which one to use can be difficult. Why not consider adding a library? Libraries can serve a variety of purposes and add a feeling of warmth to a house. Whether you are looking to create a friendlier location to get work done at home, or a space where you can kick back and relax, a library may be just the right thing for you. 

Uses For a Home Library

Something to keep in mind is that libraries are not just for reading. Think of the possibilities for the space. With the addition of a desk and comfortable seating, a library can also serve as a home office. If it can be…

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Tuesday on the Boise River

Tuesday, August 12th, 2014 at 9:50am. 1649 Views, 0 Comments.


The air itself seems to shine, as the nearly cloudless sky offers no resistance to the Sun’s steady stream.  People in a wide selection of swimsuits, t-shirts, and shorts stand in line to purchase a bus fare for later, all while checking the weather reports on their smart phones to have the facts repeated to them -- it’s hot.  Just a short distance away in the nearly-burning sand, the heat beats down on the necks, backs, and hands of the people bustling around the air stations. They’re racing to get a flock of colorful, inflatable boats, tubes, and pool toys as seafaring as possible.

Or, in this case, riverfaring.

When it’s hot here in Boise, you have about two choices. Take off all of your clothes and stand in front of the freezer…

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The Idaho Shakespeare Festival!

Monday, August 11th, 2014 at 5:19pm. 3103 Views, 0 Comments.

Boise RiverFor those fortunate enough to live in the Boise, Idaho area, there are many cultural and artistic events in the community for entertainment. A long-standing fixture in Boise is the Idaho Shakespeare Festival. Not only does this acting company feature several Shakespearean plays throughout the season, they also perform contemporary plays, musicals, and participate in community outreach programs.

As its name implies, the Idaho Shakespeare Festival is known for its productions of the works of William Shakespeare. However, the company diligently aims to make their performances fresh, lively, and relevant to their audiences.

The 2014 season features two comedic classics by the Bard of Avon; “As You Like It" and "The Merry Wives of Windsor." In…

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House Hunting in Idaho

Friday, August 8th, 2014 at 10:46am. 4875 Views, 0 Comments.

House hunting can be hard, but in the great state of Idaho it is hard to go wrong. This is because houses for sale in Idaho are centered in beautiful landscapes, great communities, numerous opportunities for adventure. As you search for your next home, take a look at the houses for sale in Idaho.


Residents of Idaho enjoy a varied landscape. The Rocky Mountains march through the northern and eastern portions of the state, shooting glacial mountains dotted with towering pine trees up into the sky. As you explore realty in this region, you will be amazed by its rugged, wild beauty. Glacial lakes, roiling rivers, abundant wildlife, and historic cities will take your breathe away. The Snake River draws a wide smile across southern Idaho and is the…

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California to Idaho Relocation- Top 5 Reasons People Make the Move

Thursday, August 7th, 2014 at 12:40pm. 14887 Views, 1 Comments.

Eagle, ID NeighborhoodIt seems that many California residents are making the move to Idaho lately. Whether it's finding homes in Boise, Meridian, Eagle, or Nampa, there are several great reasons to make the move to Idaho. Below are the top five reasons to relocate.

5. Jobs & Employment

Idaho boasts a diversified economy with strong growth areas such as retail, tourism, business and information services, healthcare, and high-tech industries. The top industries throughout this state are manufacturing and agriculture. There is something for every talent, and potential for even more. Boise, the state capital, and Nampa, the second largest community, have under 300,000 residents put together. A small-town atmosphere, combined with growth potential, make finding homes in Boise…

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