Real Estate

New Construction VS Existing Home in Boise

Finding a house in Boise is becoming harder and harder as demand far exceeds offer. If you’re looking to relocate to the Treasure Valley, you will have to choose between existing homes and new constructions. Both have their pros and cons. Read on to understand what you’re getting yourself into. Buying an existing home - Pros and cons You know exactly what you’re getting. You can visit an existing...

Boise Housing Prices Rose by 41.1%

The real estate market in the US has been rising all over the US in the past 12 months, but in Boise, Idaho, prices have practically exploded. And will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. The explanation lies in a combination of two factors – very, very limited supply and exponential population growth. Let’s have a look at some numbers to understand how come Boise house prices have...

6000 New Homes in Southwest Boise

Boise residents are faced with a tough choice – trading in some of their open spaces slated for parks and recreation areas to allow the construction of thousands of new homes the city badly needs. Some of the residents are not happy with this prospect, but on the other hand that would mean thousands of new homes for the people moving to Boise in large numbers. And at a more reasonable price than what...

Which Boise Neighborhoods Are Most Affordable

Many people looking to relocate to Boise, Idaho, are attracted by the cost of living. Besides its many strong points, like the laid-back way of living and the opportunity to be close to nature (think Greenbelt!), Boise is constantly rated among the most affordable cities in the US. However, houses in the City of Trees do not come cheap. On the contrary, house prices are constantly rising, which is why...

Commercial Real Estate

In the late 1970s and early 1980s lease option sales represented one of the most used financing instruments. This was a very popular way of buying real estate in a time when 100% financing wasn’t available and hard moneylenders were even more difficult to find.  Just a few people are aware of the fact that lease options are considered by banks as a violation of the due on sale clause. Basically, if the...

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