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Idaho’s Silver Mountain resort for sale

Oregon window and door manufacturer Jeld-Wen has put several Northwest destination resorts up for sale. The privately held company based in Klamath Falls declined to comment about why it is selling some of the best-known resort properties in the region, ...

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Home foreclosure auctions likely won’t be affected in Idaho (access required)

While some states are calling off home foreclosure auctions as lenders review paperwork that may be flawed, Idaho won’t likely be affected. In Maryland for instance, 70 percent of scheduled auctions for foreclosed homes at three Towson-based auction houses were ...

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Commentary: When is an encumbrance not an encumbrance? (access required)

By William V. Hovey and Michael Pill BOSTON, Mass. — Just because a document is recorded in the Registry of Deeds does not mean it is an “encumbrance” on “title” to real estate within the meaning of G.L.c. 93, §70, ...

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Downtown Meridian real estate parcel closer to being developed (access required)

A prominent piece of downtown Meridian real estate is one step closer to being developed. Construction of a 16,000-square-foot office building on a former industrial and residential parcel near 200 E. Broadway Ave. could go out to bid in early ...

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Growing number of title clouds causing headaches (access required)

Barbara L. Jones MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – There’s more talk about the side effects of the real estate crash than there are nails on sale at hardware stores. The ensuing litigation is hammering the courts, as well. As the market has ...

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Commentary: House detective: Learning the history for your house (access required)

Phil Hardwick JACKSON, Miss. – Recently a neighbor asked if I knew when my house was built. I immediately went to the bathroom. Now before you get the wrong idea, it should be known that the bathroom, more specifically, the ...

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Simplot team to consider JUMP options (access required)

The Simplot team will consider its options for the JUMP project, after Boise’s Design Review commission voted it down a week ago. Simplot spokesman David Cuio said they are meeting Oct. 21 to discuss the proposed $70 million development planned ...

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Army Corps moves, expands outreach office (access required)

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers expanded its Boise Outreach Office to 720 Park Blvd., Suite 255, from the Borah Post Office in downtown. The office, which employs four, will add a geotechnical engineer as part of the move, Project ...

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Confusion, paperwork problems biggest issue during foreclosure process (access required)

Attorney Brian Webb represents homeowners who may have lost their home to foreclosure despite filing necessary paperwork with their lenders, only to have it not processed correctly. “A lot of these issues are exclusively caused by errors in communication between the ...

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