5 Ways Coronavirus is Impacting The Housing Market in Boise

The coronavirus and COVID-19 have altered almost every aspect of our lives, from the business landscape to entertainment to schooling. And real estate and the housing market in Boise have by no means come through unscathed. Real estate is still chugging along, of course, but there have been some changes – changes that both buyers … Continued

5 Estate Planning Tips for Homeowners in Boise

It’s a common misconception that only wealthy people need to worry about estate planning. Really, though, it should be a concern for most people, especially for homeowners. With no estate plan in place, there’s no way for your estate to pass on to your heirs/beneficiaries without the delay caused by the long and complex process … Continued

5 Signs You Have Found The Right House in Boise

Buying a home, especially the first time, is an exciting adventure. But whether you’re a first-time buyer or an old hand upgrading again, you want to make sure you’ve found the right house. There’s a lot of money riding on the decision and, as a result, a lot of pressure. You don’t want to act … Continued

How To Determine How Much To Put Down on Your New House in Boise

Probably the largest upfront expense in buying a home is the down payment. This is the portion of the purchase price a buyer pays upfront at closing. As a general rule of thumb, the more you pay down, the less you’ll wind up paying in fees and interest over the life of the loan. But there … Continued

5 Tips For Financing A House in Boise After a Bankruptcy

Although it may seem like it, bankruptcy is not the end of the world when it comes to financing a house. Still, although bankruptcy reduces or eliminates your debts, it does damage your credit . . . for a while. But it is possible to buy a house after bankruptcy if you take the necessary … Continued