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Goal of owning home still strong, and 8 other housing trends

A home for sale near downtown Boise. File photo.

Americans still want to own homes — if they can afford to. That’s the finding of a report released June 22 by the Harvard University Joint Center for Housing Studies. The pressures of student debt, rising rents and the leftover ...

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Roundup 6.24.16 (access required)

Yardi Systems Inc. has leased 4,254 square feet  in the Eagle River IV building.  Greg Gaddis with Tenant Realty Advisors represented the tenant.  Tom Bobo with the Grossman Companies represented the landlord. Pleasant Valley LLC bought 1,150 acres near Blacks ...

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Idaho’s Bounty moves to new space, plans expansion (access required)

Workers on delivery day at the Idaho’s Bounty warehouse and distribution center in Boise. Photo by Patrick Sweeney.

Idaho’s Bounty, a 10-year-old food distribution cooperative aimed at promoting local, sustainable food, expanded in May from 1,000 square feet in Garden City to a 4,000-square-foot space in Boise. In the last two years, the cooperative has moved its main ...

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Roundup 6.17.16 (access required)

Dutch Yakuza LLC purchased .6 acre of land at Mullen Avenue and Regal Court in Post Falls. Jeffrey Hall of Northwest Commercial Advisors, licensed agent of Silvercreek Realty Group, facilitated this transaction. Alex Kincaid Law leased 1,870 square feet at ...

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Rising home prices lift US wealth, even as stocks fall


Americans’ household wealth rose in the first three months of this year as home values increased, offsetting a drop in stock prices. The Federal Reserve said June 13 that U.S. household net worth increased 1 percent to $88.1 trillion in ...

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Charter school could make historic Idaho Falls building home


A charter school called Alturas International Academy has proposed to open its doors in 2017 in the O.E. Bell building, a former junior high school built that opened in 1927 near downtown Idaho Falls. The school would have 250 elementary ...

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