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US new home sales fall 1.6 percent in November (access required)

Sales of new U.S. homes fell in November, evidence that recent job gains have yet to boost the housing sector. The Commerce Department said Dec. 23 that new home sales slid 1.6 percent last month to a seasonally adjusted annual ...

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Canyon County Co-op will be on Nampa’s First Street South (access required)

Once the anticipated Canyon County Co-op signs up enough members, it will open up shop at 1415 First Street South in Nampa, an organizer said. The current occupant, Snake River CrossFit, will move out by the start of the year ...

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Albertsons and Safeway are selling stores before merger is final (access required)

Albertsons and Safeway will sell 168 stores in eight states to four other grocery chains, with no stores in Idaho changing hands. The sale is part of Albertsons’ plan to win approval with regulators for its pending merger with Safeway, ...

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Idaho is a national leader in cash home sales (access required)

Idaho is prime hunting ground for investors, second-home shoppers, and first-time home buyers who happen to have a bulging bank account. The Gem State ranks fifth in the nation in cash sales of homes with 43.3 percent of the state’s ...

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Roundup 12.19.14 (access required)

Dee’s Taxes leased 1,453 square feetin El Dorado Marketplace, 2951 E. Overland Road in Meridian.  Bob Mitchell of Thornton Oliver Keller completed the transaction. Textbook Exchange renewed a 1,201-square-foot lease in Franklin Retail Shops, 5675 E. Franklin Road in Nampa. ...

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Real estate firm buys Boise apartments (access required)

Global real estate investment and services firm Kennedy Wilson has purchased the Reflections at River’s Edge, a 324-unit apartment building west of downtown Boise, in a $30 million deal. The Beverly Hills, Calif.  company paid $15.3 million in equity, including ...

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Idaho Land Board will no longer acquire commercial buildings

The Idaho Land Board will no longer acquire commercial buildings. That decision came as part of a set of investment changes approved during a Dec. 15 meeting. The Land Board, made up of the state’s top elected officials, instead issued ...

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