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Zillow launches predictive tool on home values (access required)

Zillow has released a new predictive tool that helps consumers estimate the future value of a home. Called the Zestimate forecast, the tool predicts a home’s value change over the next 12 months in both dollars and as a percentage. ...

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Roundup 5.9.2014 (access required)

Stover Glass leased 1,500 square feet at 117 E. 41st, Garden City. Jim Reimer with Management One Inc. facilitated the transaction. Heart N’ Home Hospice & Palliative Care renewed 3,597 square feet at 3557 E. Overland Rd., Meridian. The Sundance ...

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Study says staging doesn’t help, but realtors beg to differ (access required)

Many realtors swear by the practice of staging homes, arranging furniture, wall coverings and knicknacks to show what a home for sale would look like if it were occupied. But an academic study called “The Impact of Staging Conditions on ...

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Townhomes to go up at organic nursery site in Boise (access required)

Nearly 30 townhomes are planned at the site of the North End Organic Nursery in Boise. Located at 2350 W. Hill Road, the 3.3-acre property is under contract for purchase and development of 29 two-and-three bedroom townhomes, said North End ...

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New ownership group to open former Hunter’s Point as RedHawk Golf Course (access required)

A new ownership group plans to reopen the former Hunter’s Point Golf Course and development in Nampa this summer. The course, four miles south of downtown Nampa, has been renamed RedHawk Golf Course. Its ownership group, Canyon Golf Partners, is ...

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SpurWing turns a corner (access required)

The 250-acre SpurWing private golf club and housing development in northwest Meridian once faced an uncertain future. Its original developers went bankrupt, and in 2011 a new ownership group took over. Now club membership has doubled to 380 golfing members ...

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The Corner Bakery to open its first Idaho restaurant (access required)

The Corner Bakery will open in the Village at Meridian. The Dallas-based fast-casual restaurant/delicatessen specializes in hot breakfasts, specialty sandwiches and breads, made-to-order salads, bakery items and roasted coffee by Java City and teas by Mighty Leaf. Dine-in, to-go and ...

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Crapo’s delayed housing finance reform plan draws critics (access required)

Idaho Sen. Mike Crapo has temporarily delayed his bipartisan effort to overhaul the nation’s housing market. The plan, currently in Senate Banking Committee, would eventually eliminate Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, two mortgage buying government sponsored entities that now are ...

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Project Update: Le Peep (access required)

Construction of Le Peep restaurant in Meridian is wrapping up.The locally owned and operated restaurant at 3036 N. Eagle Road will open in early May. The restaurant is opening in an existing shell in the Gateway Marketplace near Eagle and ...

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Meeting seniors’ evolving needs (access required)

Each quarter, Idaho Business Review and the law firm of Holland & Hart bring experts to the table to discuss topical issues of concern. Introduction The United States is aging rapidly. In the next 15 years, the percentage of the population older ...

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