We Know Boise Real Estate
November, 2017
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we know boise new construction

If you are looking for an Idaho new construction home, you are in luck. November and December offer the best money-saving deals of the year.

Below we have put together a complete list of the discounts and incentives you won't find at any other time. You will find deals of up to $40,000 from some of the Treasure Valleys top home builders, in some of the best selling new home communities. 2018 may bring new floor plans and designs but it will also bring higher new home prices. With the best prices of the year, it is a perfect time to buy new construction. But hurry, all of the great deals will be gone by New Year's Day.

Biltmore Company

Holiday Promo

Save $3,000 up to $7,000 on select move-in ready Biltmore Company homes.

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Are We Headed For A Boise Housing Bubble

I meet a lot of people in my line of work. When people hear I’m a real estate agent one of the most common questions I get, "Is Boise in a real estate Bubble?" Considering local home prices have jumped over the last six years and memories of the great recession are still in the back of everyone’s mind, it doesn’t come as too much of a surprise.

There is a difference between a real estate slowdown and a housing bubble. So what is a bubble? “A run-up in housing prices fueled by demand, speculation and exuberance."

They start with high demand and limited supply which is the case with any rising market. But then, "Speculators enter the market, further driving demand. At some point, demand decreases or stagnates at the same time supply increases,

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new construction or existing home pros cons

With inventory low in many markets, homebuyers are considering new builds more than ever before. But are they right for you?

If you love to watch HGTV, most of the houses you see people hunting are resales--homes that have been built by and owned by other families. Much of the drama in these shows (think House Hunters) derives from the terrible taste in home decor of the previous occupants and whether the new couple can overcome the "hardship" of an ugly paint color or unattractive carpet.

But with many markets across Idaho, and the country, experiencing inventory shortages, it’s becoming harder for buyers to find a home they love in many neighborhoods. That’s why more and more homeowners are turning to new construction. In Boise alone,

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