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Monthly Archives: February 2020

    Homestead is Full of Modern Amenities and Quiet Living

    By Trey Langford | February 28, 2020

    Homestead is a quiet, upscale community in northwest Eagle that combines high-end homes and lush landscaping with close proximity to Eagle, Boise, and Meridian. Built near the corner of Floating Feather Road and Lanewood Road, Homestead greets you with a long, grass-lined driveway to give residents space from the main road. The driveway opens up... Read More

    Why You Should Hire and Agent Instead of Trying For Sale By Owner (FSBO)

    By Trey Langford | February 27, 2020

    When it comes time to sell your house, your goal is to maximize the profit you earn from the sale. Some sellers will try to sell their home as For Sale by Owner (FSBO) in order to try and streamline the process and earn more money. However, going the FSBO route has become more trouble... Read More

    Advice for Negotiating Home Inspection Repairs

    By Trey Langford | February 21, 2020

    You’ve found a house that is perfect for you and your family in term of location, amenities, and size. The next best step before you buy is to hire a home inspector to look through the house with a fine-tooth comb to find anything wrong with the house. However, the home inspection can be a... Read More

    Live in Tuscan-Inspired Luxury in the Bella Terra Subdivision

    By Trey Langford | February 19, 2020

    Bella Terra is all about private, Tuscan-inspired living with plenty of modern luxury touches. The first of its kind in Eagle, Idaho, Bella Terra has plenty of Tuscan touches thanks to a stone monument entrance and concrete inlays in the road. In addition, the community pool clubhouse and many of the houses have architecture that... Read More

    Home Upgrades with the Highest ROI in 2020

    By Trey Langford | February 17, 2020

    Renovations to your home accomplish one major goal: to increase the value of your home. This value may be making your home suit your needs or fit your personal style. Renovations can also increase the value of your house when you sell it. Renovating your home can increase it marketability, but the increased sticker price... Read More

    Cedarfield is Quiet and Close to Everything You Need

    By Trey Langford | February 13, 2020

    Cedarfield is a quiet subdivision situated near the Boise Foothills in north Eagle. This newer community is minutes to downtown Eagle and all of its amenities, and provides easy access to Boise and Meridian. Learn more details with our exclusive community tour.  Check out more community tours on our YouTube Channel. Be sure to... Read More

    What is Escrow?

    By Trey Langford | February 12, 2020

    When buying a home—especially if it’s your first time—there are a lot of steps to follow and terms to learn. However, the more you learn before you buy will help make the process easier and less stressful. That’s why we write these blogs for you. It helps to be informed. One of the most common... Read More

    Laguna Pointe is a Luxury Lakeside Getaway

    By Trey Langford | February 7, 2020

    Ready to have a lakeside resort be your neighborhood? Located directly off Eagle Road in Eagle, Laguna Pointe features its own 43-acre lake, complete with amenities such as a sand volleyball court, fire pits, a gazebo with sound system, and diving rocks. The lake is also stocked with bluegill, smallmouth bass and trout. The community... Read More

    New Aerial View of the Foxglove Estates Subdivision in Eagle!

    By Trey Langford | February 5, 2020

    We are excited to bring you two new ways to tour the high-end Foxglove Estates subdivision in Eagle, Idaho! Here is a brand new interactive 360 degree aerial drone view of the subdivision.  And here is our driving community tour. In around 90 seconds, you can see homes in the community as well as... Read More

    2020 Boise Idaho Home Values

    By Trey Langford | February 5, 2020

    It’s no secret that the real estate market in Ada and Canyon Counties in Idaho is a hot commodity and has been for quite some time. In the years leading up to the Great Recession, demand for homes in the Treasure Valley greatly exceeded supply. Many people were buying and flipping homes with just a... Read More