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June 2018

Found 3 blog entries for June 2018.

Idaho Homeowners Exemption: Save On Property Taxes

Have you applied for your Idaho Homeowners Exemption for the 2019 tax year yet?

If you’ve recently purchased a house or moved to Idaho, you may be eligible for a property tax exemption. You’ll likely spend more money on owning a home than any other one thing in your life, so a tax break is a welcome relief.

A property tax exemption reduces the net taxable value of your home and up to one acre of your property. Instead of calculating your property tax percentage based on the full value of your home, the Idaho Homeowners Exemption subtracts $100,000 and determines your tax rate based on the resulting amount.

In 2017, the legislature set the exemption reduction at an even $100,000 (up to a maximum of 50% of the properties value), to remain in

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Bown Crossing: Southeast Boise, ID

Tucked against the iconic Boise foothills and the scenic Table Rock plateau is Boise's Bown Crossing neighborhood.

If you’ve spent much time on the Southeast Boise, you may have already stumbled on a picturesque shopping and dining district at Bown Crossing.

The shops, businesses, restaurants, and amenities at Bown Crossing have expanded tremendously over the past several years and now include a St. Alphonsus Urgent Care and family medical facility, a branch of the Boise Library, salons, a bike shop, and more.

Why People Move to Bown Crossing

This community has a laid-back feel and all the walkability of other coveted Boise neighborhoods such as the East and North End, but sports a less formal vibe. The resulting community is a walkable

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Sales Jump As Boise Area Home Prices Hold Steady

Single-family home sales jumped 14.82 percent last month, but the increase in new listings kept prices in check.

1,194 homes sold in Ada County compared to 1,039 the year prior. Single-family house sales in Canyon County reached a multi-year high of 520.

After setting a record high of $307,466 in March of this year, the median home price in Ada County finished May at $305,000.

Despite home prices being relatively flat over the last four months, the price spikes we saw this winter pushed prices up 15.07 percent from twelve months ago.

Boise’s median home price of $285,000 is up 17.07 from twelve months ago. Just this March, house prices in Boise hit the $300,000 mark for the first.

Home prices in Canyon County held steady at $209,000

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