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Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Treasure Valley 2017 Vacancy Report
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We are thrilled to have had another chance to attend this year’s IREM (Institute of Real Estate Management) Multi-Family Housing Luncheon. Mountain States Appraisal and Moe Therrien, with Valbridge Property Advisors, collected data from local property management companies throughout the Treasure Valley to compile this year’s multi-fam...

Monday, March 6, 2017

The Ongoing Growth Phase Rolls Into 2017
Property Management Blog
The current growth phase is proving to be the energizer bunny of real estate market cycles, and it appears that there is still plenty more power to keep it going. Since hitting bottom in 2009, the current cycle is now entering year eight of its upward trajectory. And despite signs that growth is slowing, or even flat in some cases, the co...

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Should You Rent It or Sell It?
Property Management Blog
There has been a wave of recent owners considering if they should sell their rental properties, even if they have to reduce the asking price to attract buyers. Everyone has different motives for selling. Some owners are tired of being a landlord and others are strapped for cash need to sell the property fast for access to liquid cash. For...

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Who Are The Best Property Managers?
Property Management Blog
As Idaho’s largest, professional management company, we are continually expanding our portfolio of over 4,000 rental units throughout the Boise, Meridian, Nampa, Caldwell, and other surrounding areas, and are always excited to be meeting new real estate investors. Our experience over the past decade managing properties throughout the Tr...

Thursday, January 19, 2017

SW Idaho Q4 2016 Vacancy Report
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Ada & Canyon county vacancy rates on average increased from 2.7% in Q3 to 4.0% in Q4 with the largest increase being multifamily building that increased from 2.1% to 5.1%. Canyon County multifamily homes had a vacancy rate increase of .7%. Single family vacancies in both Ada and Canyon County were .9%. Ada County single family rental...

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Housing Forecast for 2017
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The 2017 national real estate market is predicted to slow compared to the last two years, across the majority of economic indicators. Home prices are anticipated to increase 3.9 percent and existing home sales are forecasted to increase 1.9 percent to 5.46 million homes. Interest rates are expected to reach 4.5 percent due to higher expec...

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Words of Advice From the King of Real Estate Investments
Property Management Blog
Regardless of your age, there is one thing to keep in mind as you continue to navigate your life and try to figure out which direction you should go on different things (like investing!). This one thing you should keep in mind is the quote that has gotten me (Ali Boone with BiggerPockets) where I am today, that continues to help me d...

Monday, November 21, 2016

How Property Management Benefits REALTORS
Property Management Blog
As a real estate agent, finding the most efficient way of doing things can save you a lot of money, frustration and time. More and more, Realtors are choosing to work with property management companies to help streamline their day-to-day responsibilities and to increase earnings. If you’ve been thinking of working with a proper...

Monday, November 21, 2016

How Trump’s Presidency Could Impact Real Estate
Property Management Blog
How will the real estate market be impacted by Donald Trump’s victory and Republicans controlling both chambers of Congress? Though Mr. Trump is a real estate man, his policy platform has been largely vague on real estate proposals.  Here are my (Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist of National Association of REALTORS) thoughts on how...

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

More Americans Are Leaving Expensive Metro Areas
Property Management Blog
Americans are leaving the costliest metro areas for more affordable parts of the country at a faster rate than they are being replaced, according to an analysis of census data, reflecting the impact of housing costs on domestic migration patterns. Those mostly likely to move from expensive to inexpensive metro areas were at t...

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