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In the Intermountain West sometime in Feb or March this magic happens. One sunny day it's the melt. The melt is when high in the desert or on a mountain plateau you can see melting happening all at once. All the little tiny traces of creeks are running and running into the bigger ones. EVERYT...
I live an hour from Boise, it's the big town - all the stuff is there including the airport. I had an MLS Rules and Bylaw meeting in the am and my husband was arriving at 10:30 pm sooo- I decided to go to a continuing ed class and use the time wisely. The only afternoon class I could find was a...
After much discussion and thought we decided to have a new company website. We have one now but we aren't satisfied with it - it is just there. We are putting more of our money and time into this. The whole agency is involved and it has been interesting. We gave everyone 5 local examples of...
Foreclosures and bank owned properties are not as easy as it seems. This isn't news to agents who have been in the business for awhile. When you are representing the buyer it can be a real struggle. We have NO CONTROL. The bank's reps have several hundred of these houses scattered through out...
I'D LIKE TO FOCUS TODAY ON LAND USE IN OREGON, SPECIFICALLY MALHEUR COUNTY. FIRST OF ALL MALHEUR COUNTY IS BIGGER THAN RHODE ISLAND AND HAS ONLY 34000 OR SO PEOPLE. WE HAVE A LOT OF PUBLIC(BLM) LAND. THE MAJOR POPULATION OF OREGON IS THE WILLAMETTE RIVER CORRRIDOR THINK I-5 , AND THERE'S WHER...
Is is just me or are you experiencing this too. Here in the Intermountain West where we are socked in by snow and more snow (we have had years of milder winters but not this one) the activity level has really picked up. I enjoy having more business I don't totally enjoy sliding through drifts ...