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Roundup 2.17.17 (access required)

Charles and Diann Albertson purchased the assets of Nielsen’s Frozen Custard,  115 S. Second St. West, in Rexburg.  Chip Langerak of Arthur Berry & Company handled the transaction. Todd Coleman of Painted Star LLC purchased the assets of Design by ...

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Weather kept home shoppers at home in January

A sign announcing a home for sale in Ada County.

January snowstorms and a lack of inventory contributed to keeping Treasure Valley home-shoppers inside in January. Boise Regional Realtors recorded fewer homes under contract or newly listed than in January 2016. Ada County in January saw a year-over-year 6.5 percent ...

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Bonneville County will move treasurer into former bank building (access required)

Bonneville County bought the former Washington Federal Bank/Bank of America building across from the county courthouse. Photo taken from Loopnet.

Bonneville County has bought the former Washington Federal Bank/Bank of America building in Idaho Falls, across the street from the county courthouse, for $360,000 from its reserve fund. The bank building will house the county treasurer and geographic information systems ...

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Washington, Oregon, Idaho: top three in home price increases

A house for sale in Boise.

Idaho had the third highest increase in home prices in December behind Washington and Oregon, according to real estate data provider CoreLogic. CoreLogic calculated a 9 percent increase in home prices in the Gem State over the prior December. Boise ...

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Roundup 2.10.17 (access required)

A private investor purchased .34 acre, adjacent to Natural Grocers, at 620 N. Main St. in Hailey.  Paul Kenny, CCIM, and Matt Bogue, CCIM, of Paul Kenny & Matt Bogue Commercial facilitated the transaction. Five Bee Hives purchased a 2,402-square-foot-building ...

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Roundup 2.3.17 (access required)

Scout Technology Inc. leased 3,200 square feet of industrial space at 11350 W. Executive Drive in Boise.  Chris Pearson, SIOR, Dan Minnaert, SIOR, CCIM, and Devin Pierce, SIOR, all of Thornton Oliver Keller facilitated the transaction. Paddles Up Poke leased ...

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US home prices rise 5.3 percent amid solid demand, tight supply

A home for sale in Meridian.

U.S. home prices marched steadily higher in November, pushed up by healthy demand for homes and a shrinking supply of available properties. The Standard & Poor’s CoreLogic Case-Shiller 20-city home index, released Jan. 31 , rose 5.3 percent, slightly faster ...

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Bill would help vacation rental hosts pay tax (access required)


The House Revenue and Taxation Committee will debate a bill that requires vacation rental hosts who use online marketplaces to register with the State Tax Commission. Former Idaho representative Jim Clark, owner of the lobbying firm J.C. and Associates, introduced the bill Jan. 26. ...

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Roundup 1.27.17 (access required)

Art of Aperture Photography leased 306 square feet of office space at the 1st Street Marketplace, 1st St. S, in Nampa. Bryant Jones, Mike Pena, and Lincoln Hagood of Colliers International facilitated the transaction. Ashcraft Enterprises, Inc. leased 1,700 square ...

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