Idaho Real Estate


Northern Idaho Realtor On Boise Area: “Nice But I Couldn’t Live Here”

The battle with Northern Idaho began as a Northern Idaho Realtor gave his "review" of the Treasure Valley and says it's "nice... but I couldn't live here." See why. After touring every city in the Treasure Valley besides Emmett and Star, this Northern Idaho Realtor put together a review of the Treasure Valley. Starting in Eagle to which he noted is beautiful, but a little scattered and rather unplanned. After that he moved on to Nampa, Caldwell and Middleton to which he remarked he expected it to be nice like Eagle, but to his surprise was much older and had farm town vibes. On to Kuna he went and remarked that this was a town for people who want to be close, but not too close to a big city and its amenities. He mentioned he had spent time in Mountain Home when he was in the military and that it felt like just that, a military town.
Idaho Statesman

Idaho rejected a proposed land swap near McCall. Now the potential developer is suing

An Idaho developer has filed a lawsuit against the Idaho Department of Lands in a bid to revive a land swap it proposed, which the department rejected last month. Trident Holdings, a Boise-based investment firm, filed a petition for judicial review of administrative action on Tuesday. The petition, as well as a contested case hearing request, stems from the Idaho Department of Lands’ rejection of a Trident-proposed land swap that would have traded state-owned land near Payette Lake for timber property in North Idaho.

The Priciest House in Idaho Is a $30 Million Stunner Above Lake Coeur d’Alene

Click here to read the full article. This sprawling house nestled into a private wooded hilltop above Lake Coeur d’Alene, asking $30 million, is currently the most expensive house for sale in Idaho. Repped by Greg Rowley at Coldwell Banker Schneidmiller Realty, this five-bedroom, eight-and-a-half-bath residence, set on 7.15 pristine acres, is in the exclusive, guard-gated Golf Club At Black Rock community some 15 or so miles outside Coeur d’Alene. The single-story house was built in 2010 for retired Florida couple Kathy and Rodney Woods, whose paramount goal was to make the most of the gorgeous lake views as well as to include plenty of space...

Idaho’s Housing Market Called Over-Heated

Guess who has the most over-valued housing costs in the nation? My dad always had an answer for Captain Obvious, “You get three guesses and the first two don’t count!” It’s Boise, according to a story from Fortune. Neighboring Utah has three of the top ten overheated markets. Which means sandwiched in between, Twin Falls is likely overheated as well. The market simply isn’t large enough to join the survey.

As tax gap widens, Idaho 1 of 10 states with no obligation to disclose property’s sale price

Much has been said about the widening disparity between commercial and residential property taxes and what may be causing the burden of increasing cost to residential homeowners, but one potential cause not often discussed is the effect of Idaho’s non-disclosure laws surrounding real estate transactions. Idaho is one of 10 states where there is no […] The post As tax gap widens, Idaho 1 of 10 states with no obligation to disclose property’s sale price appeared first on Idaho Capital Sun.
Billings Gazette

Idaho developer sees opportunity in downtown Billings

The hot residential property market in Billings has been drawing the attention of home buyers and investors since this spring, and one of those investors is staking a claim downtown. The Widmyer Corp., a real estate company out of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, has purchased three buildings in downtown Billings and...

Check Out Idaho’s Teepee House

We love fun and unique houses here and just when I think I have seen the strangest house another one pops up on my radar. Did you know there was a teepee house in Cascade Idaho? It is considered a tiny home with only 826 square feet. Inside are two bedrooms, a half bath, a kitchen, and a wood stove. There is a bath house located right outside because they didn't have enough room in the original teepee for the second bathroom.