There’s no denying that June, July, and August are hot months for home buying. Summertime is a popular time to move and that means you can expect high prices and bidding wars when you’re shopping for a home. Come September, most people looking to move have already made their purchase, so there will be fewer people competing with you for the same homes. But if you’re looking for the best month, you might want to consider September.Continue reading Why September is the Best Month for Home Buyers
“What makes the farmers market such a special place is that you’re actually creating community around food”- Bryant Terry. The farmers markets are still stocked with delicious produce, spices and flowers. Produce in September consists of apples, carrots, zucchini, grapes, eggplant, corn, pears, pumpkin, butternut squash and cranberries. Here are two ways to incorporate your local farmers market with your next meal!Continue reading Buy fresh, buy local!
With summer coming to an end, we are finding any excuse to spend time outdoors. Idaho City’s tiny home resort is our featured destination.Continue reading Idaho City’s Tiny Home has ‘camping with all the luxuries’!
“A study in the power and grace of the feminine, and how I see that energy embodied within the trunk of a tree. “Continue reading Featured Artist: Karen Eastman
Interested in what the real estate market looks like in your city? Check out this detailed statewide market snapshot!Continue reading Idaho Market Stats | JUL 2022
Curious what’s going on in your neck of the woods? Check out this calendar of events throughout the state!Continue reading August 2022 Event Calendar
“We realize our vision of ending homelessness for families by inspiring stable housing, financial independence, and resilience.”
Founded in 2006, CATCH is a leader and innovator in housing our most vulnerable neighbors in Idaho’s Treasure Valley. They collaborate with community partners and use proven, intentional methods like Housing First (learn more about Housing First here), because every family and every person deserves a home.
“Your home should tell the story of who you are, and be the collection of what you love” -Nate Berkus
We as homeowners; as humans, are ever evolving. Rachel Green once inspired our haircuts. Joanna Gaines now inspires our homes. As time goes on and trends fade in and out, we breathe in the acceptance of who we are today while at the same time feeling gratitude for who we were then. We experience the same feelings in our homes. What was once a small closed-in kitchen may now be an open concept with bright whites that bleed seamlessly into the living room. We bask in the new beauty but hold the old kitchen and its memories in the archives.Continue reading 2022 Home Renovation Trends
Fall is right around the corner. Soak up the end of summer with one of these delicious recipes!Continue reading End of Summer Recipes