The population isn’t the only thing growing in Idaho. Did you know the climate of our state is extremely hospitable to the growth of grapes as well? Particularly wine grapes. Do you have a favorite Idaho winery? Let us know in the comments!
Closing Costs Explained
As buyers, it can be easy to get lost in the complexity of buying a home. The anticipation of closing can overshadow the reality of closing costs and suddenly, we are over our original budget. Read more to find out how to prepare as a buyer. Continue reading Closing Costs Explained
Idaho Market Stats | MAR 2023
Interested in what the real estate market looks like in your city? Check out this detailed statewide market snapshot!Continue reading Idaho Market Stats | MAR 2023
Idaho Market Stats | FEB 2023
Interested in what the real estate market looks like in your city? Check out this detailed statewide market snapshot!Continue reading Idaho Market Stats | FEB 2023
Idaho Hot Springs
Check out these five favorite hot springs in Southern Idaho.
To Your Home with Love from YOU!
February is a time of year to indulge in home comforts like cooking big-batch meals, reading in the afternoon and watching movies with the family. Here are a dozen ideas to add to your to-do list this month, from the necessary (clearing sidewalks of snow and ice, say) to the just-for-fun (treating yourself to weekly flowers).Continue reading To Your Home with Love from YOU!
Idaho Market Stats | JAN 2023
Interested in what the real estate market looks like in your city? Check out this detailed statewide market snapshot!Continue reading Idaho Market Stats | JAN 2023
Boise Bicycle Project – Bikin 4 Love!
Bikin 4 Lovin’ is BBP’s annual celebration of our love of bicycles and our community. This year we are bikin’ and bowlin’ for love. For $20 (individual) or $35 (2 person), or $7 (kids ticket, 12 years old and younger), you can join us for 2 hours of bowling (includes shoe rental) at Westy’s Garden Lanes (5504 Alworth St, Boise, ID 83714). Buy your tickets today!Continue reading Boise Bicycle Project – Bikin 4 Love!
Mountains to Meadows: Celebrating
A new art exhibit titled Mountains to Meadows: Celebrating will open on Tuesday, February 7, in the Initial Point Gallery located on the third floor of Meridian City Hall. The show will feature works by six local artists: Cindi Walton, Claire Remsberg, Jessie Swimeley, Jill Storey, Mary Arnold, and Angela Neiwert and will remain on display through Friday, March 3. The exhibit will highlight the natural world surrounding Idaho, featuring the relationship between the mountains, the rivers that begin there, the trails into the meadows, the sagebrush steppe, and the flora and fauna of Idaho.Continue reading Mountains to Meadows: Celebrating