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Idaho is among top ten states for foreclosures

Idaho’s foreclosure rates last year put the state among the Top 10 nationwide. The RealtyTrac Year-End U.S. Foreclosure market report, released Jan. 13, said almost 3 percent of all the housing units in Idaho received at least one foreclosure filing ...

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Commentary: Let’s make a deal is key concept

Phil Hardwick The other day I was talking with a CEO who had moved his rather large business (over 200 employees) from downtown to the suburbs. There were many factors involved, he said, but the thing that made the decision ...

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Retail R.E. market looks for improvement in ’11 (access required)

CenterCal Properties’ plan to build a 500,000-square-foot retail complex this summer after putting it on hold for three years, is a positive sign, analysts said. “We delayed moving into vertical construction until the economy improved,” Development Vice President Craig Trottier ...

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Knipe Land Company receives national recognition

Knipe Land Company of Boise has been named one of the country’s best real estate brokerage firms. Knipe Land Company tied with 18 other firms for the first place ranking by Land Report Magazine. Winners were awarded based on closed ...

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Ulta Beauty to open its first Idaho store

Ulta Beauty will open its first Idaho retail store in the Treasure Valley Marketplace at 16475 North Marketplace Blvd, Nampa. A spokeswoman for the Illinois-based beauty supply store and salon said a location in Nampa was under consideration, however, she did ...

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New home sales rise 5.5 percent nationally

More people purchased new homes in November, though not enough to signal better times are ahead for the battered housing industry. Sales of new homes rose 5.5 percent last month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 290,000 units, the ...

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Office market chips away at ‘shadow’ vacancy (access required)

Southwest Idaho’s office market has less unreported “shadow” vacancy , a trend that pushes reported vacancy rates higher in the short run, but gives would-be occupants more choices. The market in 2009 saw about 400,000 square feet of negative absorption, ...

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