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Report shows home buyers’ negotiating power gains

Home buyers in much of the United States paid thousands of dollars below asking prices in December and for the first time in 11 months gained negotiating power, real estate website Zillow.com said. According to December Zillow Real Estate Market ...

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D.R. Horton posts profit for Q1

D.R. Horton posted its first quarterly profit in three years Tuesday and predicted it would stay in the black at least through the first half of this year. Homebuilders have seen orders improve in recent months due to low mortgage ...

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Real estate agents still find residential field appealing (access required)

Picture the current residential real estate market: Thousands of homes around the nation are going into foreclosure every day. Real estate agents are spending long and frustrating days jousting with lenders to get short sales approved. Homes are selling for ...

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Boise City National Bank building gets new owner (access required)

UPDATED: Rocky Mountain Development selected Thornton Oliver Keller, an independent commercial property brokerage and management firm based in Boise, as the exclusive listing agent for the former Boise City National Building, 805 W. Idaho St. Thornton Oliver Keller’s Mark Cleverley, ...

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Portico mixed-use development marks milestone

Over the last 18 months, the mixed-use development in Meridian called Portico has leased 265,000 square feet of commercial space. That’s about 80 percent of the 327,849-square-foot project at the Eagle Road exit off I-84. In a commercial real estate ...

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The new normal goes beyond real estate collapse

The crisis that almost collapsed the financial system, the markets and the economy was a once-in-a-lifetime event for most of us. The effect was not only monetary, but psychological. Shifts in attitudes about money, financial independence, retirement, leverage and consumption ...

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