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Residential real estate connection formed online through Oregon company (access required)

A Lake Oswego, Ore. company, Zeppidy, has launched an online platform that aims to bring Realtors, buyers and sellers together with services such as document signing and Multiple Listing Service, or MLS, data. The web platform aims to go a ...

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Roundup 11.4.16 (access required)

North American Cryo Bank, Inc. renewed 863 square feet at 2417 Bank Drive, Suite B1, in Boise.  DJ Thompson of Cushman & Wakefield/Commerce facilitated this transaction. Barrier Pest Control leased 238 square feet at 1655 Fairview Ave., in Boise.  DJ ...

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Roundup 10.28.16 (access required)

Rattima Thompson dba Wat Po Thai renewed 367 square feet in the Hillcrest Business Center, 4696 W. Overland Road, Suite 212, in Boise.  Chrissy Smith and Jen McEntee of Cushman & Wakefield/Commerce facilitated this transaction. VR1 LLC leased 1,350 square ...

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US home prices rose in August, lifted by dwindling supply

U.S. home prices climbed at a solid pace in August as more home buyers competed for fewer available properties. The Standard & Poor’s CoreLogic Case-Shiller 20-city home price index rose 5.1 percent in August, after a 5 percent gain in ...

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Roundup 10.21.16 (access required)

UpCycle leased 4,470 square feet in BoDo in downtown Boise for a cycling/yogo studio.  Greg Gaddis with Tenant Realty Advisors represented the tenant.  Malissa Jackson with Colliers International represented the landlord. Lovely Nails renewed a lease at Gateway Plaza Shopping ...

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Single-specialty ambulatory surgery centers are on the rise (access required)

While people tend to think of hospitals for treating sick people, especially those who require surgery, some common conditions are increasingly being treated in outpatient centers specializing in a particular area of the body. An example of such a center ...

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US home sales rebounded in September despite tight supply

More Americans bought homes in September, many for the first time, despite a persistent shortage of properties for sale. The National Association of Realtors said Oct. 20 that sales of existing homes rose 3.2 percent from August to a seasonally ...

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