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June 2015

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Are you going to be moving to Boise soon? If so, then you might be wondering whether you should look for a place to rent or if you should start looking at properties to buy. It’s a difficult decision that will vary from person to person since everyone’s situation is different. If you are trying to make up your mind, the following information might be able to help you. Here are some things you need to consider.

How Long Will You Be in the Home?

First, consider how long you are going to be in the area. Are you moving for a job that might only last six months to a year? If that’s the case, then you do not likely want to buy since you will not be in the area long at all. Instead, renting an apartment or a house is a much better option. However, if the

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Residents of Boise are extremely fortunate when it comes to gastronomic delights. The city has many different types of eateries that offer up a bevy of delectable dishes that should suit just about anyone’s taste buds. The following are five of the most popular and beloved places to dine in the area, but keep in mind that this just scratches the surface of all of the great places you can experience in Boise.

Barbacoa Grill

This is certainly one of the most interesting places to dine in the east Boise area. The décor is one of a kind, and the visual interest of the establishment is on par with the food. It’s a blend of Western style art with a modern flair. The rich reds and browns of the restaurant really help to set the mood. Now, let’s get on to the

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When you are first looking for a home in Boise, you are likely most concerned with things such as the location, the price, and the actual physical structure and aesthetics of the property. However, once you’ve committed to buying a home, you will want to start thinking about what you might be able to do with the outdoor space to make it even more special.

Sun and Shade

While you want to enjoy the sunshine in your yard, you also need to have some spaces where you can escape those harsh rays while still being outside. Having a covered area on the patio, some large umbrellas, or an awning can ensure you have just the right amount of sun and shade. Having some shade over the entrance to the back of the house can actually help to keep the house cooler as

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The thought of buying a piece of property in Boise probably sounds like a fantastic idea, and it certainly could be. Of course, you have to make sure that you are really ready to make the investment in a property. Here are some questions that you need to answer honestly to discover if the right time to buy is now or if you should keep saving and wait.

Why Boise?

Why do you want to live in Boise? Everyone will have a different answer to this question. Some people grew up in the area and want to live there, while others are moving for work. Others know that Boise is a great place to raise a family, and they like the more relaxed atmosphere of the city. Still others are looking for a fresh start and may even want to start their own business. No matter

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Are you thinking about selling your Boise area home? If you are considering selling, then you might want to think about some of the updates and upgrades that could help you sell your property faster, and which could even help to add some value to your home. Each of these updates can help to bring out the best in your property.

Update the Kitchen and Bathroom

Two of the rooms that can really make or break a house are the kitchen and the bathroom. These rooms, more than any of the others, tend to go out of fashion fast. They also have appliances and features that can get worn down rather quickly. When people are looking for a new place to call home, you can be sure that these are two areas that they will be looking at closely when they inspect your

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If you love the outdoors, then you will fall in love with Boise. Residents love having gorgeous outdoor spaces where they can play, and that is evident from the dozens of parks in the Boise area. Let’s look at some of the best parks in the area to give you just a taste of the different places you can visit and take in some sunshine and fresh air.

Camel’s Back Park

Camel’s Back Park is easily one of the most popular locations in the city. It’s been a part of Boise since the land was acquired all the way back in 1932. Today, the park has about 11 acres of space to enjoy. Some of the amenities include a picnic area, tennis courts, a volleyball court, and a playground. The playground is perfect for kids aged two to twelve. It also offers access to the

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The process of buying a new home can be both exciting and intimidating for most people. Many who are buying their first home do not really know or understand the etiquette of buying, and this can actually cost them when it comes to negotiations and buying a property. Yet, there certainly are some unwritten etiquette rules when it comes to buying homes, and we’ll be covering those in this article, so you know a bit more about what’s expected of you during the process.

Be Honest

When you are shopping for a home, you need to be honest with your real estate agent about what type of home you want, the features you need, and the amount you can actually afford. If you don’t yet know how much you are qualified to borrow, it is in your best interest to find

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