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Home foreclosures soar in Ada, Canyon (access required)

Home-loan defaults in the Boise area rose steeply in the first half – but default rescissions also climbed, indicating some borrowers subsequently made good on their loans. Job layoffs played a role in the default increases, while the growth in ...

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Default, foreclosure procedures outlined (access required)

Here is what happens when a homeowner defaults on a mortgage and foreclosure proceedings are instituted. Parties in a deed of trust are the lender (beneficiary), property owner (grantor), and the third-party trustee (typically a title company or attorney). When ...

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Sun Valley, Ketchum, Stanley attract development (access required)

In the central mountains of Idaho, development shows signs of picking up again in Sun Valley-Ketchum, and little Stanley aims at big changes. “The indications are that we’re starting to see interest rise again,” said Paul Kenny, a broker for ...

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Scott Honda plans new quarters in Nampa (access required)

Tom Scott Honda plans to move to larger quarters next spring. The car dealer aims to move from its home on the Nampa-Caldwell Boulevard at Linden Street in Caldwell to a building to be constructed on 11th Avenue North at ...

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More office space planned near Mercy Medical Center (access required)

Developers of an office building planned near Mercy Medical Center in south Nampa expect strong demand from medical offices and other professional firms.Construction of a single-story office building of 10,000 square feet is expected to start within a month on ...

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Lien law seeks to boost protection for homeowners, buyers (access required)

A new Idaho law aims to give owners of new and remodeled homes more protection from undisclosed liens.Subcontractors who go unpaid from a general contractor often file a lien against the homeowner for the value of work or supplies. Homeowners ...

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Nearly 40-acre retirement center planned on Franklin (access required)

A retirement center with a mix of commercial and residential uses is planned for a nearly 40-acre site in Boise on the south side of Franklin Road between Allumbaugh and Cassia streets, east of Bishop Kelly High School.According to plans ...

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Construction of Jack in the Box eatery delayed (access required)

Construction of a Jack in the Box fast-food eatery on an old gas station site on Capitol Boulevard, near Boise State University, is expected to begin in late summer or early fall, with opening expected early next year.Work on the ...

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Five Republic Mortgage offices sold (access required)

Republic Northwest LLC, which does business as Republic Mortgage, has sold five mortgage-origination offices to Pacific Republic Mortgage Corp.Republic Northwest sold offices in Nampa, Boise, Fruitland, Twin Falls and Spokane for an undisclosed sum, Senior Vice-President Gary Lucich said.Staff fell ...

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St. Luke’s plans outpatient imaging center (access required)

St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center has leased space in a recently constructed building on Americana Boulevard and Shoreline Lane for an outpatient imaging center. Beth Toal, a St. Luke’s spokesperson, said last week that the hospital signed a lease earlier ...

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