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Study: Borrowers paying mortgages ahead of cards

When it comes to paying the bills, the mortgage is once again more of a priority for many U.S. homeowners than their credit cards. That’s the conclusion of a study released March 19 by credit reporting agency TransUnion, which examined ...

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Roundup 3.21.2014 (access required)

Aurora Technical Consultants renewed 917 square feet at 9458 Fairview Avenue, Suite Q, Boise. The Sundance Company facilitated the transaction. Crazy Frog LLC leased 2,892 square feet at 2735 S. Cole Road, Boise. The Sundance Company facilitated the transaction. Sierra ...

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Sales of US existing homes slip to 19-month low (access required)

Sales of U.S. existing homes slipped in February to their lowest level since July 2012 as severe winter weather, rising prices and a tight supply of homes discouraged buyers. The National Association of Realtors said March 20 that sales declined ...

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Ashwood Recovery buys West Boise office building, relocates practice (access required)

Ashwood Recovery treatment center has moved to a former title company building in West Boise. Ashwood Recovery is a private outpatient center that specializes in treating addiction and other disorders in teens and adults. Ashwood Recovery CEO Benjamin Seymour purchased ...

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New retailers to open their first Idaho stores this spring (access required)

Sur La Table and Z Gallerie are opening their first Idaho stores in The Village at Meridian with several more retailers and restaurants also set to open this spring. Sur La Table anticipates an October opening and Z Gallerie is ...

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Roundup 3.14.2014 (access required)

Idaho Rock & Pottery LLC leased 3,470 square feet of industrial space in Ancona Business Park located at 1079 S. Ancona Avenue in Eagle. Idaho Rock & Pottery LLC provides outdoor furniture sales. Chris Pearson of Thornton Oliver Keller represented ...

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US home construction fell for a 3rd month in Feb.

U.S. home construction fell for a third month in February, but in a hopeful sign, applications for building permits rose to their highest level in four months. Builders started work on 907,000 homes at a seasonally adjusted annual rate in ...

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Mixed messages from Americans on housing (access required)

Despite continued improvement in the housing market, Americans’ attitudes about the health of the economy and housing reflect continued uncertainty. In its monthly survey, Fannie Mae asked 1,000 consumers about their feelings about homeownership and their household finances. Overall, the ...

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2 key senators agree on Fannie-Freddie overhaul

A plan to phase out government-controlled mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and instead use mainly private insurers to backstop home loans has advanced in Congress. The agreement by two key senators and a White House endorsement sent shares ...

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Ada County home prices are up (access required)

Home sale prices in Ada County remain strong compared to a year ago. According to the Intermountain Multiple Listing Service, the median price for a single family home in February was $199,650, compared to $179,900 a year ago. Existing home ...

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