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Credit Suisse is sole bidder during Tamarack sheriff sale (access required)

Credit Suisse was the only bidder to secure the remainder of Tamarack resort during its sheriff sale auction Mar. 10. Credit Suisse was the successful bidder on the Tamarack Resort Lodge, Arling Center Court, Tamarack Condominums, and some or most ...

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Land acquisition ends Shakespeare Festival spat (access required)

The Idaho Foundation for Parks and Lands has acquired a controversial piece of property next to the Idaho Shakespeare Festival that was slated for sale and development. The agency announced Mar. 5 that it had purchased the property, known as ...

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Contracts to buy US homes barely budged in January (access required)

The number of Americans who signed contracts to buy homes was essentially flat in January, a possible sign of a softening real estate market. The National Association of Realtors said Feb. 28 that its seasonally adjusted pending home sales index ...

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Home offices are hot in Boise (access required)

The home office has become a must-have feature for Ada County homebuyers, local real estate agents say, as people with out-of-the area jobs move to Boise for its open spaces and safe schools. “They’re getting out of the big city, ...

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Loan program’s payment resets may lead to foreclosures (access required)

Some homeowners who got a lifeline from the federal government through a loan modification program are about to get a rude awakening as interest rates on the loans – and the payments – start to rise this year. Most payments ...

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Treasure Valley foreclosure filings remain volatile (access required)

Ada and Canyon County foreclosure filings continue to yo-yo. A Gorilla Capital report says filings in both counties combined dipped from 195 in December 2013 to 141 in January 2014. Ada County had 81 filings in January 2014 and Canyon ...

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Idaho Youth Ranch will move ranch to Treasure Valley (access required)

The Idaho Youth Ranch, a Boise-based nonprofit that runs more than two dozen thrift stores around the state and has several programs to help young people, is selling its 60-year-old Rupert ranch to move its programs to the Treasure Valley. ...

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Eagle’s Brewforia and Grind Burger to shut their doors (access required)

Brewforia Beer Market and Grind Burger in Eagle will be shutting their doors. Owner Rick Boyd said the businesses, located near the intersection of Eagle and State Street will close Mar. 1. Grind Burger opened in October 2013 in shared ...

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