greenbelt real estate: September Market Report:Easing Towards Winter - 10/22/14 02:25 AM
From Intermountain MLS of Boise, Idaho.  October 14, 2014 by Marc Lebowitz Single family home sales in September 2014 were 651 in Ada County, a decrease of 6% compared to September 2013.   YTD total sales are down 5% compared to this time last year; 5,920 homes sold compared to 6,203.
In September, sales of homes priced above $200,000 showed increases in nearly every price category. Overall sales are continue to lag because sales of homes in the five categories priced below $159,999 are down anywhere from 1% ($160,000 to $199,999) to 200% (70,000 to $89,999). The biggest trend “reversal” was in … (0 comments)

greenbelt real estate: Real Estate Stats for Boise/Ada County - 09/10/14 03:25 AM
It was a busy August, so I am behind on getting these out.  It shaping up to be a great 2014 and 2015 is expected to be even better. 
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greenbelt real estate: Boise Hawks Great Family Fun for less then Movie - 07/23/14 10:13 AM
 
 
Last Saturday night my son and I went to our first Boise Hawks baseball game.  Those of you not familiar they are the class “A” short season Affiliate team for the Chicago Cubs.  There is not a bad seat in the house and we sat on third base side in box seat.  Third base side also happens to be the shady side. The seats where fantastic and my son was captivated throughout the game.  Not just with the baseball game, but between every inning we had potatoes races, games, hot dogs shot into the stands and basic family fun … (0 comments)

greenbelt real estate: One of the most inexpensive ways to maintain your homes value - 07/15/14 12:25 PM
 
I was at The Drink just off the Greenbelt having a beer over the Fourth of July weekend.  I overheard a table discussing real estate.  Of course my ears couldn’t help but listen to what was being said.  The spoke about their homes, value, neighbors, cost of remodeling and where trying to figure out the least expensive ways to maintain or improve value.
 
This may sound simple but one of the best ways to maintain your value is curb appeal.  Neighborhoods usually have similar curb appeal among their homes.  Of course you have your neighbor who spends all there … (0 comments)

greenbelt real estate: Petaluma to Boise.... - 06/25/14 03:32 AM
(this is a repost from earlier)
The move to Boise from Petaluma, California, Why?  The reasons could be endless or just a simple one like love, or lifestyle or a job.  Whatever your reason to be looking to move to Boise or you are, you will not regret it!
In October of 2013 I did the move, for endless list of reason, my wife had just passed from cancer a few months earlier, cost of living, school system for my 8 year old, and lifestyle.  I cannot say enough about Boise and agree with Forbes as a top 10 place to live and raise … (1 comments)

greenbelt real estate: Petaluama to Boise... - 06/19/14 09:34 AM
The move to Boise from Petaluma, California, Why?  The reasons could be endless or just a simple one like love, or lifestyle or a job.  Whatever your reason to be looking to move to Boise or you are, you will not regret it!
In October of 2013 I did the move, for endless list of reason, my wife had just passed from cancer a few months earlier, cost of living, school system for my 8 year old, and lifestyle.  I cannot say enough about Boise and agree with Forbes as a top 10 place to live and raise a family.
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