Market Update

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The numbers are in

Two months in a row we’ve seen double digit increases when compared to the previous year. Inventory also has been a big topic lately.

While inventory doesn’t historically increase until April, we reversed four consecutive months of decreasing inventory when 2,044 homes were on the market in January.

Now here’s something all this data doesn’t quite say. Right now, I have multiple buyers waiting to buy and sellers waiting to sell. My next blog will encourage you not to wait, but rather to beat the rush.

But now, back to your monthly numbers!

While sales historically drop when the calendar rolls over and January hits, this year they went up, however so did the days on market. This is odd, however with only one month of higher-than anticipated days on market, it’s too soon to suggest any sort of a trend. We’ll keep you posted as future data points present themselves.

Up and Down Update

Up

  • Single family home sales increased 10% when compared to January 2013.
  • Days on market! In January, homes were on the market for 70 days, compared to 59 in December and 53 last January.
  • The 99 new home sales created a 27% increase from January 2013.
  • Existing home sales, at 309, were up 6%.
  • Total sales were up 29% over December’s (reversing typical trends).
  • Distressed sales, at 12%, were up 2% from last month, but down 13 % from last year (not to be mistaken for distressed inventory/listings).
  • The median home price, at $208,190, was up 12% from January 2013.
  • Inventory was up slightly, showing 4.2 months and 2,044 homes in January.
  • Down payments were up. More buyers are puttin more than 20% down.

 Down

  • Pending short sales, however pending REOs went up.
  • Distressed inventory went down 1% between December and January, 2014.
  • Sales to first time buyers decreased to 31% in 2013.
  • Home building dipped in January according to the Department of Commerce. That makes sense. Brrr!
  • The Fed’s monthly bond purhcases, which push down longer-term interest rates, according to KTVB.

Thank you to the Ada County Association of Realtors for providing these wonderful numbers! Check back next month for more on my interpretation and vantage point.

Sincerely,
Providing you real estate market trends
ShanaFosterMoore@gmail.com
Your Local Boise Real Estate Professional

Renters Vs. Owners – Who’s Really Better Off?

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Renters Vs. Owners – and other interesting Boise and Ada County Demographics.

When it comes to the percentage of their income that goes toward housing, owners are better off than renters. At least according to Census data, which reports about 50% of renters put less than 30% of their income toward housing costs, compared to 66% of homeowners who have the majority their income leftover after the housing-related bills are paid.

This Census data from American Communities Surveys suggests that about half of local renters would meet a common rental criteria – that monthly income must be three times the rent. Two-thirds of owners would meet the same criteria.

The catch. Home repairs are not included in the lists of costs. The costs included are mortgage, taxes, insurance and utilities. Let’s not forget that renters have the fortune of calling landlords when repairs are needed. This surely would sway those numbers a bit. It also provides renters with the advantage of being less prone to expensive surprises, if they carry renter’s insurance. Without renters insurance, which also isn’t included in the housing costs, a water heater leak could become a big expense for a renter, in terms of damaged material goods. I recommend renters insurance!

 

Know Your Market

Delving Into the Demographics of Ada County

  • Median rent in Ada County $806 (compared to $790 the two years prior and $860 before that).
  • Rental Vacancy Rate 3.7%
  • Homeowner Vacancy Rate 1.6%
  • 161,876 housing units with a median of 5.8 rooms, with three bedroom units being the most popular (46.9% of houses)
  • Population of people 16 years of age and older – 315,225 in Ada County and 171,487 in Boise
  • 65% of homes are owner-occupied and 35% are renter occupied.
  • 77.5% have a mortgage (of the 100,000 owner-occupied units)
  • The median mortgage is $1,295
  • Average household size is 2.52-2.64, with the higher number representing owner-occupied units
  • It appears that moving has expedited – more people moved within the past several years in 2012 than in the two years preceding
  • Median earnings for full-time workers $36,000- $48,000 (depending on gender)
  • Median household income and benefits $53,909 in Ada County (slightly lower with just Boise)
  • Mean household income and benefits $69,768
  • Median family income 63,736
  • Mean family income 81,963
  • 20 minutes – the mean travel time to work
  • 4.8% are unemployed, 62.3% are employed and 32.7% are not in the work force
  • 12% of people and 8.4% of families are below the poverty line

Data source

 

If you filled out the ongoing and longer Census survey that supplements the ten-question decennial Census, this was your 2012 data at work. Thank you for populating my latest Foster Boise Blog post with your efforts! PS – way to make it this far, through all that data!

Sincerely,
Providing you real estate market trends
ShanaFosterMoore@gmail.com
Your Local Boise Real Estate Professional

The average rent in Ada County Idaho is $806, however this is not for a specific size or number of bedrooms.

Housing Market Trends

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A Strong Start to 2014

Boise’s local market real estate trends took a turn for the better, when December’s numbers flipped a two-month trend of unimpressive data.

I’m pleased to also report that 2013 started my tenth year in real estate, and it doubled my predictions and became my best year yet. I’ve heard similar reports from my associates. This makes for a strong start in 2014 when it comes to real estate and home sales in Boise. It sure helped with the community contributions we revealed in our last blog post.

You may recall that December was predicted to be unpredictable. Typically sales are lower than in November. December sales were up from the month and year before, making for a strong finish to 2013 and serving as an optimistic springboard into the New Year.

Homes are up in price across the board, however new homes realized a bigger jump (19%) than existing homes (13%) compared to 2012. For new homes, the median price is 280,500 compared to existing homes 183,000.

The median home price is predicted to stay strong throughout the year.

Median prices have now sat above 200,000 for five consecutive months. New homes are up in price by 10%, putting their median at $274,171. Existing homes were up 15% compared to last year at this time, bringing their median to $185,000.

When compared to the median family income of $67,519, our median home pricing is considered affordable. The same cannot be said for the rental market pricing, as we examined in our recent rental market blog.

Source: Ada County Association of Realtors

 

2016 homes on the market was an inventory decrease from November, across all price points. It tends to decrease between August and December. That said, inventory is up 21% since last year.

Our supply averages at 3.6 months, but is low in homes priced under $100,000. The most popular price point in December was 160,000- 200,000.

Here’s our monthly up and down update, depicting Boise’s real estate market trends:

Up

  • Median prices. In 2013, our overall YTD increase was up 16% to 198,000.
  • Year-to-date sales are 7,957; up 14% over 2012 YTD sales of 6,979.
  • Dollar volume for December was up 26% to $136 million and YTD we are just over $1.8 billion in sales.
  • Days on market averaged 59 in December, up nearly a week from November. Our year-to-date average is 52 days. Boise – count your blessings. In Helena, Montana days on market average at four months, some recent research revealed.
  • New homes sold in December totaled 134; up 16% from December 2012 and up 4% from November.

 Down

  • Pending sales, at 686, were down 13% from December 2012.
  • Distressed sales, at 12%, were down from December 2012’s 24%, but up 1% from November 2013.
  • Short sales. Of the distressed properties, there were more REO/bank owned sales than short sales for the second month in a row.
  • Inventory decreased in December from November, but is up 21% since last year.

Static

  • The most popular price points continue to be $160,000 – 200,000 and homes under $160,000.
  • Interest is still hovering around 4.5%.

Please keep me in mind as a resource for your real estate questions, valuation needs, or referrals. I’m always happy to consult about the relation of the current market with your specific real estate goals.

Sincerely,
Providing you real estate market trends
ShanaFosterMoore@gmail.com
Your Local Boise Real Estate Professional

Boise Real Estate Market Trends Update

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A Wavy Market

The local market trends I’m seeing on a micro scale are a series of small ups and downs, acting like waves. These waves flow within an upward marcro trend that we’ve been examining in our most recent blogs about rent and interest rates.

What it Means for Sellers

When it comes to pricing homes for sale in Boise, the ups and downs create a need for careful calculations aimed at a moving target. My partner Sheri B. and I have been using each other to cross-check our price point calculations and incorporate additional expertise into the prices we set. (We call that “twice the service.”)

Source: Ada County Association of Realtors

What it Means for Buyers

In terms of buying a house in Boise, I continue to maintain that any home that has been on the market for longer than a couple of weeks is fair game for an offer below the asking price. Practical advice here includes expanding your price-range at least 10% higher than desired, and offering 10% under asking for homes you’d like to call your own.

Engineers and data lovers

The latest data from the Ada County Association of Realtors sheds a data-based spotlight on these small waves of ups and downs in Boise’s real estate market trends, offering news considered good, bad and neutral.

Homes are increasing in price. Year-to-date sales are up and dollar volume is up.  Inventory is a challenge with seasonal decreases in effect, but is better than last year. Boise maintains its “better-than-average recovery pace.”

This inventory chart sheds light on the overall local Boise real estate market trends.

Source: Ada County Association of Realtors


December is predicted to be unpredictable, as anything goes, however it’s poised to lead us toward a 13% overall increase in sales for the year. For two months, local real estate sales have been down compared to last year’s sales in October and November. Single family home sales in November 2013 were 548 in Ada County, a decrease of 3.3% compared to November 2012.

 Average news

“The median price in November was $205,700, an increase of 16% from last year and above the national average of  $199,500 according to NAR’s most recent report,” reports Mark Lebowitz of the Ada County Association of Realtors.

Source: Ada County Association of Realtors

Median prices have sat above 200,000 for five consecutive months. New homes are up in price by 10%, putting the new home median at $274,171. Existing homes were up 15% compared to last year at this time, bringing their median to $185,000.

When compared to the median family income of $67,519, our median home pricing is considered affordable. The same cannot be said for the rental market pricing, as we examined in our recent rental market blog.

 

Here’s our monthly up and down update, depicting Boise’s real estate market trends:

Up

  • Year-to-date sales are 7,385; up 14% over 2012 YTD sales of 6,471.
  • Dollar volume for the month (131 million) and year $1.7 billion
  • Median prices are up compared to national median prices and last year.
  • New home sales are up compared to last month, but down 14% compared to November 2012.
  • REO or bank owned sales were higher than short sales for the first time this year, and total distressed properties crept up over 10%, barely.
  • Homes priced between $120,000 to $160,000 were up by 16 homes, where all other inventory was down.

 Down

  • The number of houses available for sale is down for the third month in a row, but still up from last year at this time by 21%.
  • Single family home sales this November was down 3.3% compared to Nov 2012.
  • Sales decreased 11% from October (which is 2 points more than historically average decreases).
  • Pending sales this month (831) were down compared to last month and last year.

Static

  • Days on market in November averaged at 52, compared to 51 for the year.
  • Market influencers in Boise, such as job creation, population growth and quality of life maintain their influence on our above-average recovery.

Let me know how if you’d like to talk about how today’s market supports your real estate ideas and goals.

Sincerely,
Providing you real estate market trends
ShanaFosterMoore@gmail.com
Your Local Boise Real Estate Professional

Interest Rates (Part 2)

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Of Further Interest (On Interest Rates)

In follow up to our article Time to Take Interest in Interest Rates, which contained valuable information on interest rates and quotes from the Feds and CNN Money, we’re going deeper. This month, we’re taking a look back in time and into the future.

In July, our local source and lender, Dave Rusk at Idaho Central Credit Union (ICCU), told us we would be right where we are – around 4.5%.

“My guess would be [rates] stay around the 4.5 area for the rest of the year,” Rusk estimated, adding that the super low days are behind us. “Rates are not going back to 3.3 or 3.5%.” He also said we’d not experience any other major changes for the year, aside from that percentage point jump we experienced in Spring. Kudos Dave, you we’re spot on!

As reported last month, Frank Nothaft told CNN Money he expected rates “to hit about 5% by mid-2014.”

The Wide Angle

Expert and technical analyst Louise Yamada points out that the current generation hasn’t yet lived through an era of climbing interest rates, as the last one ended in the early 80s. She made quite the chart, looking at interest rate trends over 200+ years, dating as far back to the days of George Washington’s lifetime.

Technical Analyst Louise Yamada’s 200-year interest chart. Source: Yahoo! Finance.

Brave enough to make predictions

Yamada predicts, and depicts, that we will see the start of higher interest rates trends that will last for the next couple of decades. “Our 32-year declining market for bonds appears to be coming to an end, based on historical indicators of rising rate cycles and reversals,” she told the Yahoo Finance team.

Zillow chief economist Stan Humphries told the Boston Business Journal, “Interest rates will rise to 4.5 percent by the end of 2015 and they will be at 5 to 5.5 percent by mid 2016. By then, we expect the economy to be doing much better and we will be trying to soak up liquidity… We will see inflation rise, pushing mortgage interest rates up.”

The National Association of Realtors also predicts increasing interest rates. Source: Ada County Association of Realtors

 

 

Housing market reactions

In terms of home prices, interest will affect what a buyer can afford, what an investor is willing to pay and the overall supply, demand and capital flow of the marketplace.

Interest could hold housing prices down, some say. Buyers may be prompted to buy lower-priced homes or make larger down payments, to achieve lower monthly payments.

 

What’s it mean for us?

If the first step is getting pre-approved to buy a home, and the second is finding one, then the third is locking in your interest rate. This doesn’t change, despite the upward shift in the trending direction of interest rates.

Dave Rusk will look at the most recent couple of weeks when advising clients on a good time to lock in a rate. It’s hard to predict. On a day-by day bases, the change could be 1/8th of a percent. He watches the ten-year yield, available on any financial site, to monitor the changes and help buyers secure the best rate.

As much as I’ve enjoyed sifting through them, I’m not making any predictions, other than more good home-buying and -selling experiences for my clients. Call me if you’d like to share one.

Sincerely,
Providing you real estate market trends
ShanaFosterMoore@gmail.com
Your Local Boise Real Estate Professional

Market Trends Update

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Boise as a “Bright Spot”

The latest data is in, thanks to the Ada County Association of Realtors (ACAR). There are several notable indicators to moitor, as we keep the pulse on the market trends in Boise.

On a country-wide scale, Boise was singled out as a bright spot by the National Association of Realtors (NAR) due to strong recovery, improving inventory, home sales and an improving median sales price point.

Increases in home prices can be expected in Idaho. Source: Ada County Association of Realtors.

One noteworth indicator is sales pending. “This is the third consecutive month in which we’ve seen a decline in pending sales, relative to the previous year. This is a key number to monitor moving forward,” reports Marc Lebowitz, executive director of the Ada County Association of Realtors (ACAR).

The arrows indicate the lowest period and the start of the recovery, both in 2011, according to the Ada County Association of Realtors.

Also noteworthy is Boise’s median home prices and “promising” recovery, particularly when compared to national trends. Median prices are higher than we’ve been all year, and sitting above the 200,000 landmark for the forth consecutive month. Fortunately, when compared to the median income of 67,500 for Ada County, homes fall into a range deemed “affordable.”

Inventory is close to equilibrium, according to the Ada County Association of Realtors.

Inventory sits at 3.8 months on hand, and has climbed throughout the year, dipping 1% last month. The lowest-priced homes are in shortest supply. Six months of supply is considered “stable.”

The gold star indicates the start of the recovery, according to the Ada County Association of Realtors.

Real Estate Market Trend Indicators

  • Year to date sales are up 15% from 2012, at 6,810 homes.
  • Dollar volume was up 13% for the month.
  • Days on market averaged 52 in October, which is one day above our YTD average and six days higher than September 2013.
  • Median home prices - October’s $214,000 is up 21% from 2012 and about 14,000 higher than the national median price ($199,200).
  • Distressed inventory is significantly lower than last year, and has steadied out around 10%.
  • * Sales pending was down 9% last month compared to last year and 1% compared to September. Watch this number, advises Marc Lebowitz of the Ada County Association of Realtors.
  • New homes sold is down 17% from last year at this time.
  • Inventory is down a mere 1% decrease from September, marking the first decrease of 2013. We sit at 27% more inventory than last year and 52% more than January.

Next month, we’ll address interest rates again, delving in a little deeper into what we can expect. In short, a slow but steady increase is on the horizon. In the meantime, call or email me if you would like to chat about the market or are considering buying or selling a home in Boise.

Sincerely,
Providing you real estate market trends
ShanaFosterMoore@gmail.com
Your Local Boise Real Estate Professional

Time to Take Interest in Interest Rates

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Why all this recent interest in interest?

Interest rates affect the housing market and they are changing. Both indicators and experts suggest they will slowly continue to climb.
In mid September, however, interest rates took a slight dip, back to 4.5%, from 4.57%. Still, this is up from May of this year, when rates were in the 3-percentage range.

The change in interest from January to mid-September translated to an extra $132 a month in payments on a $200,000 30-year loan. Source: Freddie Mac via money.cnn.com

This difference of more than one percentage point is somewhat drastic in the interest rate world. The general consensus, based on talk from the Fed, is that nothing else drastic should be expected this year (with interest rates anyway).

Instead, talk is shifting to gradual rate increases and comparisons to somewhat recent history or “normal times.”

“Despite recent increases, rates are still low by historical standards. During the housing boom years, they typically ranged between 6% and 7%,” – Frank Nothaft, Freddie Mac’s Chief Economist

Freddie Mac’s chief economist, Frank Nothaft told CNN Money he expected rates “to hit about 5% by mid-2014. That’s an increase of less than $24 a month for every $100,000 borrowed – enough to weed out borrowers who are struggling to afford homes but not enough to impact overall demand,” according to CNN Money.

If you find this interesting, and would like a digest email of my monthly blog headlines to hit your in box, please sign up at the top left of FosterBoise.com. If you’d like to receive real-time MLS listings for a certain area, price or housing type, shoot me an email. In the meantime, stay tuned for next month’s follow-up article on interest. It will delve deeper into the topic.

Sincerely,
Providing you real estate market trends
ShanaFosterMoore@gmail.com
Your Local Boise Real Estate Professional

Boise Market Trends – Housing Update

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Real Estate Market Cool Down

We’re coming off the hottest summer the Boise real estate market has seen since 2006, based upon the number of homes sold and their prices. More than 800 homes were sold per month for four consecutive months this summer, followed up by 683 in September.

Single Family Home Sales Chart. Source: Ada County Association of Realtors

September’s seasonal slowdown was predicted by the Ada County Association of Realtors (ACAR) who provides this data. Homes sold numbers are still 20% higher than last year at this time. Of those sales, 129 new homes was the same in September 2012.

Ada County Median Home Price Chart. Source: Ada County Association of Realtors

Median home prices had climbed to $200,000 in August and were predicted to start to stabilize at $195,000-$200,000, according to the Ada County Association of Realtors (ACAR). This prediction hasn’t changed in the last month.

Source: Ada County Association of Realtors

The Government Shutdown Is a Factor

Boise’s real estate market has done better than national trends, although it is subjected to the same national influences. The government shutdown will change forecasts.

Fortunately, there are automated systems in place for loan processing at Fannie, Freddie and FHA, which have kept loan delays slight so far.

“The shutdown is delaying home sales and approval of loans because lenders rely on government data, such as verification of borrowers’ income, that aren’t available,” the LA Times reported this week. Availability of tax returns and ability to sell loans to Fannie and Freddie has been affected, as have improvement and reverse mortgage loans by FHA.

Twenty five percent of realtors cited deals falling through due to the government shutdown, in an informal survey or Realtors at the IAR Convention, according to ACAR and NAR.

Real Estate Market Trend Indicators

  • Sales pending - Down 12% from 2012 and 15% from August – let’s watch this number.
  • Investor purchases - Mine are down, and nationally they’re predicted to slow down
  • Distressed inventory – 10% is down 21% from last year and 1% from August 2013 (ACAR)
  • Prices – They’re down from last month, but up from last year.
  • New home sales - 129 is consistent with 2012
  • Days on market - 46 is even with last month and down from last year’s 64.
  • Home sales - 683 is up compared to last year and down 18% compared to last month, as seasonally expected.
  • Prices - Median, new home and existing home prices are up 11-14% from 2012, although down slightly from August.
  • Inventory - At 3.2 months of supply, the number of homes for sale is up 12% from 2012 and 4% from August.

Active Inventory Chart. Source: Ada County Association of Realtors

Fall is a great time to catch up over a coffee. Please don’t hesitate to let me know if you’d like information or a coffee conversation about specific real estate market trends in Boise. I‘m happy to discuss real estate strategies, as they relate with the current market.

Sincerely,
Providing you real estate market trends
ShanaFosterMoore@gmail.com
Your Local Boise Real Estate Professional

Spring 2013 Market Update

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Hot Summer in Boise

“We now know for certain; ‘the Spring of 2013 was the best in seven years’,” according to the Ada County Association of Realtors (ACAR). Continuing to outpace the national recovery, the local real estate market in Ada County is experiencing the biggest growth in years with home sales and home prices on the rise.

In Ada County, single family home sales increased of 32% in May 2013 compared to one year ago. New home sales increased 17% and existing home sales increased 36% – the highest year-over-year increase in many years. May 2013 sales increased by 16% compared to April, the strongest May over April sales increase since 2006.

Sales on the rise mimicking month-to-month trend lines from 2006. Source: ACARWatercooler.com

Not only are we selling more homes, but we are selling them faster and at higher prices. On average, homes sold about two weeks faster in May than in April.

The median home price was up 8% from 2012, reaching a level untouched for the last five years. Source: ACARWatercooler.com

The median home price rose 8% from one year ago to $195,000, again above the national median. This is the first time in five years that the median price is above $190,000. For new homes, the median price for May was $272,425, up 18% from a year ago. This may be due to increased material costs, according to ACAR. For existing homes the increase was 9%.

Active inventory remains low. Source: ACARWatercooler.com

One reason for the continued rise in home price continues to be low inventory. While inventory is increasing and the percentage of distressed inventory is decreasing, overall inventory remains low. This means that the median home price will continue to rise well into 2013 and the competition is stiff with multiple offers for each home.

The number of distressed sales is down 9% from 2012 and decreasing. Source:ACARWatercooler.com

I am here for you! With an emphasis on effective marketing, promotion and staging, I will help you put the market-ready touches on your home so that you get the best price possible. And if you are thinking of buying, as my previous clients will attest, I pride myself on my knowledge of the market and my ability to match the just-right buyer with the just-right property. Please don’t hesitate to pass my contact information to any friends in need of a well-informed real estate resource to plan their next steps.

Warmly,
Shana
Shana Moore, Your Local Boise Real Estate Professional
ShanaFosterMoore@gmail.com
Your Local Boise Real Estate Professional

Local Boise Market Trends

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The local real estate market in Ada County continues to outpace the national recovery, which also has been strong. Home sales and home prices are on the rise and being named as significant factors in the overall economic recovery. Economists advise cautionary behavior and paying attention to the market, when asked about the threat of another bubble. “As long as markets continue to see inventory shortages, home prices will continue to rise, not a healthy development if household income gains don’t keep up,” according to an ACAR bulletin.

HOME SALES CHART

According to the Ada County Association of Realtors (ACAR), April saw an increase in single family home sales of 7% over a year ago and Year-to-Date sales in 2013 were up 3.8% over YTD 2012 sales. Homes are also selling faster – an average of nearly two week’s faster in April than in March.

Home sales are up. Source- acarwatercooler.com/

 

See ACAR’s report

ACTIVE INVENTORY CHART

Other important (and exciting!) trends:

  • New homes sales increased 34% compared to a year ago and existing homes sales were up 1.5%. This is an important reversal of the trend in January through March, which saw existing home sales lagging behind 2012.

  • April sales increased by 27% over March sales. This is the strongest April over March sales increase since 2001 (historically, April sales increase by 9% from March). Is this a teaser of things to come?

  • Median home sale prices are up 18%, with Ada County’s median home price at $187,000 in April, more than the national median price of $184,300.

Inventory is lower and time on market is shorter. Source- acarwatercooler.com/

 

MEDIAN PRICE CHART

According to Marc Lebowitz, executive director of ACAR, “When we look back on 2013 we’ll say that: “the Spring of 2013 was the best in seven years”.  REALTORS® have seen it coming…but your buyer clients are absolutely overwhelmed right now. They can’t keep up with your pace. They don’t understand where all the houses went. They can’t believe that a full price offer won’t get them the home of their dreams. They need you now more than ever.”

The builders are back! Source- acarwatercooler.com/

I am here for you! With an emphasis on effective marketing, promotion and staging, I will help you put the market-ready touches on your home so that you get the best price possible. And if you are thinking of buying, as my previous clients will attest, I pride myself on my knowledge of the market and my ability to match the just-right buyer with the just-right property. Please don’t hesitate to pass my contact information to any friends in need of a well-informed real estate resource to plan their next steps.

Sincerely,

ShanaFosterMoore@gmail.com

Your Local Boise Real Estate Professional