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January, 2018
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Idaho VA Home Loans: 4 Common Myths That Can Cost You

What you don’t know about Idaho VA Home Loans can hurt you--and your wallet.

Respect and appreciation for the military is a cornerstone of American life, and the Department of Veterans Affairs exists, in large part, to facilitate ongoing programs and care for veterans following their service. One of the most valuable perks of military service is the VA Home Loan, a mortgage product that helps members of the military and veterans purchase their homes with favorable terms and no down payment.

Originally an outgrowth of G.I. Bill, VA Loans were created to help returning World War Two soldiers readjust to civilian life by offering them the opportunity to buy a home with no money down and easier financing. The housing boom (and Baby Boom) that

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Instagram Boise ID Best Photos

Boise and the surrounding areas are magical all year long with stunning mountain views, pristine rivers and lakes, city lights, adventure-ready locales, and downtown events. If you aren’t already in love with Boise, you will be after you see these Instagram photos of the City of Trees showing off.

This Bird’s Eye View of the Idaho Shakespeare Festival Amphitheater

 

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Every single summer, we’re blown away by the sheer brilliance of the Idaho Shakespeare Festival and their unforgettable amphitheater under the stars. The photo from @time has us ready to buy season tickets right now.

This Sunset from Table Rock

 

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Home Values in Boise Jump 14 Percent from A Year Ago

Record low inventory pushed Treasure Valley single-family home prices to new highs in December.

The median home value in Boise reached an all-time high of $261,544 surpassing the previous record set in September of $258,000. That is a 13.72 percent increase from just twelve months ago.

Ada County home prices finished the last month of 2017 at $277,900, just shy of the record high set in August. A 13.48 percent increase in the previous twelve months.

The median house in Canyon County surged to $190,950 in December, setting the seventh record of the year. The typical home price is up 13.66 percent from last year and up $5,000 just from the record set in July. Middleton home prices lead the way jumping nearly 21 percent year over year.

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