idaho homes: Boise Chosen As Top City For Baby Boomers - 12/15/14 01:06 AM
The National Association of Realtors has chosen Boise as the top metro area for retirees based on cost of living, climate, and available jobs:

Infogram provided by National Association of Realtors
 
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The above information on the Fruitland real estate market was provided by Barb Hutchinson.  Barb can be reached by email at candobarb@msn.com or by phone at 208-707-4663.  Barb has helped people move in and out of homes in The Treasure Valley in Southwest Idaho for the last 27 years.
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idaho homes: 9 Important Things To Do For Your Home In October - 10/04/14 05:38 AM

It’s starting to get chilly at night now, but still gorgeous during the day - I love October!  Here are some home maintenance chores you should do now:
1.  Drain and store hoses for the winter, along with any sprinklers or other irrigation equipment you have.
2.  Blow out and drain automatic sprinklers and turn off electric timers.
3.  Put out the Halloween decorations.  Here are some great decorating ideas!
4.  Clean out the vegetable and flower gardens and get them ready for winter.
5.  Close crawlspace vents.
6.  Disconnect and winterize swamp coolers and remove and store window air conditioning … (3 comments)

 
Barb Hutchinson, Fruitland Idaho - Payette County homes and real estate, www.BarbHutchinsonHomes.com (Silverhawk Realty)

Barb Hutchinson, Fruitland Idaho - Payette County homes and real estate

www.BarbHutchinsonHomes.com

Payette, ID

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Silverhawk Realty

Address: Silverhawk Realty, 1600 N Whitley Dr, Fruitland, ID, 83619

Mobile: (208) 707-4663

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