153 acres with 3/4 Mile of Snake River Frontage! Tons of opportunity for duck & goose hunting! Potential development, irrigated row crop with excellent water rights from the Snake River! Irrigated with underground mainline, wheel lines & hand lines for pasture areas! Property includes approx. 13 acre parcel on the south side of Hwy 78. 75 HP Pump at River, irrigates 116 acres, currently leased out to tenant farmer! Manufactured home on foundation with detached garage & detached shop.
With 2017 at an end, here is a look at the few years and how the market continues to grow at a steady and healthy rate.
Averages Sales Price
This graph shows the steady growth of the sales price since 2012.
Canyon County is averaging a growth of just over 9% a year while Ada County sits just below 11% at 10.94% a year.
Home builders around the nation have become much more confident in the new real estate market. The number of builders that feel that way has risen to the highest it's been since 1999.
With the digital age in full swing, many people believe that most buyers can search for and find their new home all on their own. However, based on an independent study, licensed Realtors are still the #1 source for buyers! Take a look at the chart below to see where buyers are finding their new homes.
If you're looking to build your dream home, here are a few great building sites in the Treasure Valley! Here are several properties which sit on the beautiful Snake River or have gorgeous views of the Treasure Valley countryside! If you are looking for a certain location or features for your building site, we can create a custom search to notify you of any new properties that hit the market! ...Looking out for your next move! (tm).
A Common thing we are hearing in this healthy real estate market is, "My friend/family member says now isn't a good time to buy." or "I'm waiting for the bubble to burst again." Well, the truth is, it's a great time to buy! Interests rates are still at all time lows and with the rising rent prices, it makes more financial sense to put your money towards something you can build equity in rather than putting it into something that will give you no return.
If you’re thinking of getting a home warranty on your house, or you’ve recently purchased a home that includes one in the sale, you may wonder: what’s covered with a home warranty? Obviously, this depends on the home warranty company the contract is through, as well as which plan is purchased. Most companies have different levels of plans, and more expensive plans mean more coverage. However, on a basic level, most home warranties cover similar things: a home’s systems and appliances. Read on to learn more about what you can expect with coverage from a home warranty!