Idaho Market Update

The number one question we are asked is, “How is the Market?”   Our clients and those thinking about making a move here in North Idaho are always interested.   Is it a good time to buy? Sell? Build? Invest? 

It’s one of our favorite discussions.  Real Estate is dynamic and markets are always changing. There are numerous factors that impact the the Real Estate Market here locally.   Digging deeper and staying abreast of the key factors that effect our local market is our job.  Considering national and local trends along with evaluating key factors will have an impact on how we answer that question… How is the Market? It all depends on what you want to achieve.   

At Windermere, we are fortunate to have our own Chief Economist, Matthew Gardner.  He is an amazing resource and here is his report on our Idaho Market.   

The Gardener Report

 

“In Northern Idaho, Shoshone County experienced a 17.9% increase in sales over the third quarter of 2018. There was a modest increase in Bonner County and a very slight contraction in Kootenai County.” Matthew Gardener

 

 

 

Interested in knowing how this market will effect you in one of North Idaho’s 5 Counties (Kootenai, Shoshone, Bonner, Boundary or Benewah) for buying, selling, investing or building?   Connect with us her or find us on one of our social sites and we will be happy to discuss our market and how it will impact your Real Estate goals. 

 

 

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traceytindall@windermere.com   208-818-2365

Windermere, Coeur d’Alene Realty

1000 Northwest Blvd

Coeur d’Alene Idaho 83814

Posted on November 5, 2019 at 10:59 pm
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Renting is Expensive! Want to be a First Time Buyer?

Renting is Expensive!  Buying versus Renting which will cost you more?   First Time Buyer and Hopeful First Time Buyers not sure where to start? 

Renting is expensive and rents are rising.  Think you cant afford to buy, think again!

We have helped so many first time buyers get into their first home.  Upon meeting most first time home buyers they think they cant afford to buy a home or won’t qualify.  Worried they need a large down payment to even get started.

We enjoy sharing the buying process with first time home buyers and teaching them the buying process, what to expect and how to get qualified.  Introducing hopeful buyers to options that include buying a home with little to no money out of pocket.   We love spending time with first time buyers and discussing all of the options and educating them on the buying process; what to expect and how it all works.  Fears and worries about “if we can” are replaced with “wow” we can really do this!    When they realize that we are here to help and that it does not cost anything to retain us or get pre qualified true excitement comes rushing in!

If you are a want to be first time buyer or know someone that is renting and wants to explore becoming a home owner, lets connect.  We offer a first time home buyer counseling session where we will answer all all your questions, education you on the process and give you a number of options and get you set up with a lender to get qualified.

Rent or Buy? First Time Buyer or Want to Be?

Renting is EXPENSIVE! Maybe its time to become a homeowner!

 

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