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October, 2018
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Things to Do in Boise ID in November | Boise November Events

Brrr, is that a chill we feel on the air? As November hits in the Treasure Valley, the temperatures take a dive with average highs in the 40s. It’s the perfect opportunity to break out your favorite cozy sweater, drink your hot beverage of choice, and enjoy the wonder of the season. November kicks off the holiday season in Boise with plenty to do, especially around Thanksgiving. If you have family in town, be sure to show them why you love living in Boise by bringing them to a few of these events.

First Thursday | Downtown Boise

November 1

Every first Thursday of the month, you can experience downtown Boise businesses in an exciting way. Merchants downtown from restaurants to shops offer discounts, live music, demonstrations, events, and more

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What Boise Buyers Are Looking for in New Construction Homes

A new construction home is an ideal opportunity to have the house you’ve been dreaming of. While every client we assist is unique, there are some “wants” and “must-haves” we see on house wishlists across the board. Here’s a quick look at what we are seeing buyers ask for in a new home.

People-Centric Floor Plans Designed for Modern Living

There was a time when it was highly fashionable to segment a home, usually to add a sense of formality and to sequester the kitchen and bedrooms away from the entertaining areas.

Today, buyers want open floor plans with lots of natural light and are ready to sacrifice formal dining rooms, parlors, and living rooms to get it.

While open concept is nothing new, the focus has moved from the living room to

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Why Boise Is Bucking the National Trend of Slowing Home Prices

If you follow the news, you have no doubt read the headlines about the national housing market slowing in recent months.

Once blistering hot real estate markets from Seattle “Inventory up as Seattle-area market cool down continues”, to Denver “Major cold front slams Denver housing market”, to California’s Bay Area “Inventory, price reductions on the rise” seem to have lost a bit of their luster.

Homes that would have once been snapped up within a few hours of listing are sitting on the market for days or gasp even weeks.

A new report from property data analytics company CoreLogic says U.S. home prices “increased year over year by 5.5 percent in August 2018” the slowest growth in two years.

In Ada County, the median price for a

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