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Real Estate Agent - Keller Williams Realty-Boise, Idaho - DRE SP00020610

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2011 

We seem to have had a large number of people lately that are trying to get the best values and then are disappointed when there are six or seven other offers.  Is it the same in your market? What can we do to "jump start" home sales in a variety of price points?  As an example we only have 20 hom...
Posted about 3 years ago
Every day I am amazed at the questions that I hear, especially the one of how do Realtors get paid?  I guess it really isn't that easy.  Some of us work on a commission basis, which means that our income is all tied to the sale and closing of a particular home. Some of us work on a consultative m...
Posted about 3 years ago
As a former appraiser and a present day Realtor, we have read so many descriptions of homes. Then we go to see them when we read million dollar view in Boise, Idaho, and you wonder, could it be? This Jayo Construction home is built on the edge of the rim overlooking Ann Morrison Park in downtown ...
Posted about 3 years ago
In some places on this planet a million dollars doesn't buy much.  In parts of Hawaii, there are condominiums that are 1,000 square feet or less that sell for that price.  But, when you look at million dollar homes or condos in Boise, Idaho you have quite the different situation.  Here those doll...
Posted about 3 years ago
If I hear it once, I hear it a hundred times a week, what's a short sale? The best place to start is probably to answer what it isn't.  It isn't in most cases, short in duration! It's not always fun and games like the photo shows.  The usual way it goes is the listing agent should meet with their...
Posted about 3 years ago
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