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Moving? 3 Tips for Packing, Moving, and Storing Efficiently

It is well known that moving can be one of the more stressful undertakings in a persons life, and yet—it is becoming more and more common. The average person will move nearly twelve times in his or her lifetime! In the real estate industry we work with people undergoing that process, which is often accompanied by higher levels of anxiety. Since moving can be …

Going Wireless: Implementing Home Technology

With technology infiltrating every part of our lives, it’s no surprise that smart-tech has become something people desire in their home. Taking a cue from the ease that technologically enabled devices can bring to our lives, it’s no surprise that washers, dryers, dishwashers, and even security systems are becoming smart phone enabled. Being able to connect to the devices in your home streamlines maintenance …

4 Home Maintenance Chores: important but easy to forget!

Daily life can get incredibly busy, and your to do list can feel never ending–especially when it comes to small projects around the house. Most of us feel like we barely get enough time for ourselves, let alone starting DIY projects (chores) in our down time. That said, there are a few things around the house that should be checked and maintained regularly, which …

The Financial Benefits of Buying a Home while you’re still in your 20’s:

While you’re young, it might seem like it makes the most sense to rent instead of buy. Though being in your twenties can be associated with having less responsibility, fewer roots, and, for most millenials, some amount of debt—but if you’re considering buying property there are a few great upsides to the added responsibility. 1. Build Your Credit If you’ve taken out a loan, …

Do you really need a buyers agent?

Picking a good buyers agent is a crucial piece to finding the right home for the right price. In any given situation, the buyers agent is your advocate, acting as your negotiator and representative. A buyers agent can alleviate much of the stress that comes along with house hunting—and one that takes the time to get to know your likes and dislikes can ultimately …

Useful House Hunting Tips for Boise Home Buyers

If you’ve been house hunting, you already know that each and every home you see has it’s own unique characteristics, quirks, pros and cons. Though you probably already know what you’re looking for in terms of size, neighborhood, and amenities—there are some other more useful, below the radar things to consider. 1. Internet speeds and Cell Phone Coverage Idaho is already plagued with some …

How to turn an Open House into a Dynamic Event

Digital marketing dominates when it comes to publicizing and advertising homes for sale, with Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter being some of the major ways people get the word out about their properties. That said, it isn’t likely that someone is going to buy a home without actually seeing it first, and that’s where the open house comes in. Add some magic, and your open …

Do you need to humidify your home in the Treasure Valley?

Idaho is an incredibly biodiverse state, but the most densely populated part of the state is in high desert. Though we often see precipitation pass through the area moving in from other parts of the PNW, living in a high desert climate can be characterized by generally dry, mild winters and summers. The upside to the dryness is that heat waves and cold fronts …

5 of the best plants for air purification indoors.

One thing I always notice in my home during the winter is poor air quality. Partly, this is due to the fact that I am keeping the windows tightly sealed, which certainly isn’t the case in the summer. When I started bringing plants inside my home, that uncomfortable stuffiness went away. Much like trees purify the air we breath outside, plants in the home …

Neighborhood Profile: Downtown Boise

Looking for the feeling of city life without the hassle? Boise’s Downtown district gives you all the same amenities of living downtown in a major city, with walkability to cute coffee shops, hole-in-the-wall breakfast spots, bookstores and boutiques! The best part? None of the city congestion or loud noise all through the night—except for what’s contained to 8th street. With numerous developments going up …

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