$499,900  Meridian, Idaho
Pristine home with 4 bedrooms & 3 full bathrooms on big cul-de-sac corner lot in ever popular Tumble Creek. Exquisite landscaping with decorative rocks and big shade trees, RV parking. Hardwood floors, new carpet throughout, open kitchen with breakfast bar, dining area, living & family rooms open to covered deck and yard designed for outdoor entertaining. Tons of light & vaulted ceilings. Pressurized irrigation. You'll want to call this your new home!
Call Joseph Devlin 208-869-6575

$479,900  Boise, Idaho
Centrally located. This updated modern townhome has SO many upgrades, it's practically NEW again! Some of the $40k+ upgrades added in recent months include: New A/C, Furnace, 50 gal Water Heater w/ Hot Recirculating System. Kohler kitchen sink w/ commercial style faucet. Bosch Dishwasher. New microwave. Nest Thermostat. High grade laminate floors upstairs rooms. Wood window treatments. Sliding barn doors in master. High efficiency ceiling fans. Washer/dryer. Stamped Concrete Patio. No Association Dues!
Call Todd Bedegi 208-440-7253
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Eagle Idaho is a desireable, upscale community nestled along the base of the Boise foothills. Eagle offers high-end, quality-crafted homes, fine dining, boutique shopping and a friendly community. The Boise river meanders through Eagle and you'll often find folks walking the greenbelt or enjoying a peaceful picnic along the banks. Eagle offers convenient access to the entire Treasure Valley and provides direct routes to northern ski areas, foothills hiking, river rafting and other fun Idaho outdoor activities. If you prefer newer construction homes in an upscale market then Eagle is the place for you. Pictured above is Rembrandt’s Coffee House in Eagle’s quaint downtown area.
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North Boise is one of the most sought after communities in the Boise area. Affectionately referred to as The North End, here you will find classic architecture and character in the turn of the century and early 1900's era homes. Many homes in The North End have been fully restored to their original condition with a complementary touch of modern conveniences. If you enjoy tree-lined streets, patio-dining at corner restaurants and quiet and peaceful neighborhoods then be certain to see a few Boise homes in this area during your visit. Pictured above is Boise’s historic Harrison Boulevard which runs from Boise’s thriving downtown through the heart of The North End.

$549,900  Boise, Idaho
3 bedroom 1 bath home on corner lot on Vista . This Listing is for the corner lot and the Lot to the North.2108 and 2106 Vista . It is zoned R-3D Live in the home and build on the vacant lot, or tear down the house and build 1 or 2 investment properties. The location is great for many different options
Call Kevin McLaughlin 208-850-9091

$475,000  Emmett, Idaho
Beautiful 10 acre property with rolling hills and snow capped mountain views. Nestled off the main road where you can build your private dream estate. Bring your horses, chickens, cows and create your piece of heaven. Enjoy magnificent sunset views but watch out for wild quail, pheasants, deer and turkeys, they might come say Hi. Property includes 10 shares of water rights. Please do not drive by without a showing agent. Thank you.
Call Donalyn Allen 208-968-2024

$549,900  Boise, Idaho
2 lots with Vista Front 1 is corner lot Zoning is R-3D Corner lot has small 3 bed 1 bath house
Call Kevin McLaughlin 208-850-9091

$980,000  Parma, Idaho
Hunters Paradise in the flight path. 30 minutes to Boise, 11 acres in one year old Alfalfa, riding arena, loafing shed. Bring your animals along! Large shop, one bay of garage has heat where taxidermy work is done. Sunsets are breath taking. Country Living at it's finest. Live your best in this dream rare property.
Call Danny VanZandt 208-697-0229

$799,900  Star, Idaho
Star is growing! Excellent commercial/retail location on .46 acre. 170' of prime State Street frontage and 116' of Center Street frontage (access from both streets). Commercial C1 zoning. Property features offices and shared workspaces, conference room, kitchen, storage/warehouse/garage, fenced storage, patio and yard. Approximately $75k in recent improvements. Endless possibilities: small business, retail, office, showroom, daycare, yoga, physical therapy, restaurant (with approval).
Call Cori Duncan 208-861-1663

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May 31, 2021
If you have been paying any attention at all, you know how crazy the real estate market is here in the Treasure Valley. There are so many contributing factors to this; it is difficult to point at any single one as the root cause. However, let’s face it, Boise being an amazing place to live is near the top of the list.

As a full-time agent for the past 21 years, it is fair to say that I’ve seen my share of housing trends come and go, but in the extraordinary market we are presently experiencing, there is one trend I’ve noticed that is particularly troubling to me. As many of you know, buyers presently outnumber available homes, and as a result, nearly every buyer is faced with the prospect of entering into a multiple-offer bidding war. With that expectation in mind, buyers and agents are always looking for new strategies to outshine the competition. The most alarming strategy that I have seen lately involves the buyer waiving their right to conduct a home inspection.

Section 10 of the "RE-21 Purchase and Sale Agreement", which is provided by the Idaho Association of Realtors, affords the buyer a contingency to conduct a home inspection and negotiate repairs with the seller during the escrow period. The language under this section is broad in its scope and allows the buyer an opportunity to inspect not only the physical condition of the home, but “all aspects of the property including but not limited to neighborhood conditions, zoning and use allowances, environmental conditions, applicable school districts and/or any other aspect pertaining to the property or related to the living environment at the property”.

Considering that a home purchase is arguably the single largest financial transaction that a person will ever make, and considering most people would not buy a piece of fruit without inspecting it, why would any buyer waive the right to do a complete and thorough inspection of the property to protect themselves and their investment? Getting your offer accepted, but at the cost of waiving your right to an inspection in a multi-hundred-thousand-dollar transaction? Objectively, just about anyone would agree that such an approach would be highly risky for the buyer.

But what about the seller?

It is not difficult to imagine that the seller may feel relieved that buyers are waiving their home inspection contingency. After all, that should expedite the process and eliminate the chance that the transaction might fail due to inspection issues. However, consider this: What if the buyer felt compelled to waive their inspection because it was made clear by the seller that other competing offers were doing the same? Then, a property condition issue surfaces after closing that was not disclosed? This scenario is ripe for post-close legal action by the Buyer.

First, as a seller I would consider having a pre-listing home inspection. This can serve to inform you of any major issues that may exist and allow you to address them before going to market. It will also allow you to address incidental items or disclose them at your option with the understanding that it is not your intension to make those repairs.

Second, disclose all know adverse material facts about the property including anything that arose from your pre-listing inspection. Describe how those items were corrected and/or indicated that they still exist and that it is not your intention to address them with any buyer.

Third, encourage all buyers to have their own inspection at their expense and indicate clearly in writing that it is not your intention to participate in any incidental inspection repair items. This will not prevent the buyer from delivering a list of items that they would like you to correct, but it will allow you the option to decline or agree to participate at your discretion.
If you have exercised proper due diligence and disclosed fully and correctly, the likely hood of the buyer’s inspection uncovering any major surprises will be minimal. Any minor issues that may arise can usually be handled simply and are rarely deal breakers and the peace of mind you will have knowing that you’ve acted in good faith will be well worth it.

John Poole
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