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Foreclosures are nearly a thing of the past in Idaho (access required)

Idaho homeowners are doing a better job than most in the U.S. on paying their mortgages and staying out of foreclosure. Idaho has one of the lowest “seriously delinquent” mortgage payment rates in the country, according to real estate data ...

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Roundup 7.15.16 (access required)

Axiom Homes  leased 948 square feet in the Syringa Center at Locust Avenue and Fourth Street in Coeur d’Alene. The Syringa Center is now fully occupied for the first time since its construction. Chris Schreiber of Kiemle & Hagood Co. ...

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Median home prices hit the all-time high in Ada County (access required)

Ada County median home prices hit a record high at $253,000 in June, shattering the prior record of $247,000 from July 2006, according to Boise Regional Realtors. But that’s not stopping buyers. Ada County saw a 9.66 percent increase in ...

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Pawn 1 expands to Ammon (access required)

The march across Idaho continues for Spokane-based Pawn 1, which plans to open its 13th Idaho store in October in Ammon. The venture into eastern Idaho will give Pawn 1 a presence in all of Idaho’s larger population centers. The ...

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Roundup 7.8.16 (access required)

ASB Properties LLC purchased a 13,800-square-foot industrial building at 2324 Caldwell Blvd. in Nampa. Chris Pearson, SIOR, Patrick Shalz, SIOR, and Gavin Phillips of Thornton Oliver Keller facilitated the transaction. Freedom Title Loans leased 1,135 square feet at 421 Caldwell ...

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Roundup 7.1.16 (access required)

Liberty Healthcare leased 3,953 square feet at the Dorado Plaza, 8850 Emerald St., in Boise.  Greg Gaddis with Tenant Realty Advisors represented the tenant and Jim Hosac with Intermountain Commercial Real Estate represented the landlord. Pamela A. Powell DMD, PA ...

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With the supply of homes slight, US prices surged in April

U.S. home prices scaled new heights in April, with seven cities — Boston, Charlotte, Dallas, Denver, San Francisco, Seattle and Portland, Oregon — setting highs. The Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller 20-city home price index rose 5.4 percent in April compared with ...

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