Boise Real Estate News
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Tuesday Jan 26 | via Cleveland.com
Cleveland-area house prices continue to rise, though the city still ranks near the bottom of a list of major metropolitan areas when it comes to the residential real-estate rebound. A closely watched monthly report released Tuesday shows that prices in the Cleveland-Elyria-Mentor area were up 2.2 percent in November, when compared with a year before. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 20 | via NewsBlaze
While 2015 was a good year for the housing market when compared to the previous six or seven years, real estate experts, economists and investors are expecting 2016 to be even better. Across the country, industry professionals are gearing up for what could become the healthiest housing market of the decade. Comment?
Jul 24, 2014 | via Real Estate Investing for Real
Today on the BiggerPockets Podcast we are excited to sit down with a Jonna Weber , a buy-and-hold investor and real estate agent out of the Boise, ID area. Jonna is a great example of how anybody can and should invest in real estate! In our conversation, we cover a lot of ground on how to use real estate for retirement and why real estate is a better avenue than the stock market. Comment?
Nov 20, 2015 | via Natl. Relocation & Real Estate
For only the third month in 2015, November home sales were lower than sales one year ago, although the drop was just 1.4%. Over the last eight years, November sales have fallen an average of 12% from the previous month, but this year the drop was nearly double that amount at 22.6%. Comment?
Apr 9, 2014 | via Boise Weekly
Beth Baird, city of Boise Air Quality Program coordinator and Steve Burgo, city of Boise environmental manager, review the energy-wise plans for 2108 Atlantic Street. "Welcome," said Steve Burgos, city of Boise environmental manager, extending a handshake at the doorway of 2108 Atlantic St. "This is it." Comment?
Thursday Feb 4 | via The Spokesman-Review
County assessors, in town for an Idaho Association of Counties meeting, were stunned to hear the House Rev & Tax Committee vote this morning to remove the annual indexing of the homeowner's exemption from property taxes. "It's like Groundhog Day dj vu all over again," said Kootenai County Assessor Mike McDowell. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 20 | via The Spokesman-Review
An Idaho House committee agreed to introduce the annual IRS conformity bill on Wednesday, but only after lots of questions about everything from tractor-depreciation to same-sex marriage. Because Idaho, like most states that have state income taxes, uses federal adjusted gross income as its starting point for its state income tax, the state has to conform its tax laws each year to match federal tax changes. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 20 | via The Spokesman-Review
State Tax Commission Chairman Ken Roberts presented the annual IRS conformity bill to the House Rev & Tax Committee this morning; it was introduced, but only after lots of questions. The bill has a big fiscal impact: $17.2 million for the current year, fiscal year 2016; and $28.7 million for next year, fiscal year 2017. Comment?
Nov 9, 2015 | via KREM-TV Spokane
Home construction is up, signaling that the excess of new homes that sat vacant during the economic downturn is waning. New housing data says Idahoans are buying more homes Home construction is up, signaling that the excess of new homes that sat vacant during the economic downturn is waning. Comment?
Nov 9, 2015 | via Salt Lake Tribune
Boise a Home loan submissions in Idaho increased for the second year in a row as the state continues to recover from the Great Recession, according to housing data submitted by banks and mortgage companies. More construction coupled with more confidence in the housing economy has economists and regulators pointing to more activity throughout the Gem State. Comment?
18 hrs ago | via CBS Local
You want to save for early retirement or even just a rainy day, but where and how will you come up with the money? If your financial strategy includes winning the lottery or waiting for an inheritance from a wealthy relative, think again. By making a few changes and turning them into habits, you can start saving for your financial goals. Comment?
13 min ago | via AmericanBankingNews.com
According to Zacks, "New York Mortgage Trust is a real estate investment trust focused on owning and managing a leveraged portfolio of residential mortgage securities and a mortgage origination business. The mortgage portfolio is comprised largely of prime adjustable-rate and hybrid mortgage loans and securities, much of which, over time will be originated by NYMT's wholly owned mortgage origination business, The New York Mortgage Company, a taxable real estate investment trust subsidiary. Comment?
21 min ago | via Vallejo Times-Herald
Andy Salon, a Vallejo-based home-builder, explains the special fan in the chrome and glass oven hood in the newly built home's modern kitchen. Most of us know you shouldn't judge a book - or a person or a city or neighborhood - by its cover, and yet we all do it. Comment?
32 min ago | via Athens Banner-Herald
Athens First Bank & Trust, a division of Synovus Bank, announced the addition of Mac McKnight to the Community Banking Division. A Columbus, Ga., native and 2003 University of Georgia graduate, McKnight earned his degree in risk management and insurance from the Terry College School of Business. Comment?
57 min ago | via Kenosha News
If you've ever lived in an apartment or house with steam heat, you may remember the knocking radiators and hissing air vents when the system wasn't working efficiently. With terrazzo floors and wrought iron railings, the Parmentier was built in 1929 by real estate agent and builder John Parmentier, The apartments once had Nash Kelvinator refrigerators, all run from a compressor in the basement. Comment?
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