SMITH & COELHO
THE REAL ESTATE COMPANY
Invites you to
Save the Date
SHOW OFF! 2017
April 28, 2017
4:00 to 9:00 pm
This will be our 11th year of sharing local artists’ work with our community.
SHOW OFF! enjoys valley-wide recognition and publicity for a joyous evening
filled with art, live music, refreshments, fresh flowers and fun.
Last year over 365 attended. Our show is a social event that lines the walls
of our two story building with art, and our halls are filled with music.
CALL FOR ARTISTS
We invite you to enter
Smith & Coelho
Show Off! 2017
Spring Fine Art Show
April 28, 2017, 4:00 to 9:00 p.m.
1151 East Iron Eagle Drive, Eagle Idaho 83616
Show Off! 2017 will exhibit the work of local artists. This is our invitation to artists to participate. Applications will be juried by a selection committee including professional artists.
If you are interested in being part of Show Off! 2017, please email us for invite/full details and application form or attached you will find… Continue reading
Retirement is one of those chances in life to do something really different. With kids usually out of the house, many people look at it as an opportunity to move to a place that better fits their likings and budget—somewhere affordable that’s warmer (or colder), more rural (or urban), with good medical care and options for an active life, including perhaps a part-time job.
The majority of parents of school-aged children make their home-buying decisions with their kids in mind. Livability.com recently released its 2014 list of the top 10 best cities for children and Boise, Idaho came out on top. Boise’s plentiful outdoor activities, good schools, low cost of living, and low crime rate were among the reasons the city topped the list.
Here are all 10 of Livability.com’s best places for kids to live:
1. Boise, Idaho
Median Age: 35
Median Household Income: $51,160
Median Home Price: $158,437
Average Work Commute:… Continue reading
Your clients’ kids may be the key to their home-buying decision.
Seventy-nine percent of Millennial parents (between the ages of 18 and 34) and 70 percent of Generation X parents (between the ages of 35 and 49) make major purchasing decisions around their children, according to a survey of 2,000 parents by Coldwell Banker Real Estate. Sixty-seven percent of Millennial parents and 64 percent of Gen X parents say they are more concerned about the immediate impact of a move on the emotional well-being of their children than whether moving is… Continue reading
October 14, 2014 by Marc Lebowitz
Single family home sales in September 2014 were 651 in Ada County, a decrease of 6% compared to September 2013. YTD total sales are down 5% compared to this time last year; 5,920 homes sold compared to 6,203.
In September, sales of homes priced above $200,000 showed increases in nearly every price category. Overall sales are continue to lag because sales of homes in the five categories priced below $159,999 are down anywhere from 1% ($160,000 to $199,999) to 200% (70,000 to $89,999). The biggest trend “reversal” was in the $120,000 – $159,000 range.… Continue reading
July 23, 2014 by Sarah Kestler
The start of the busy spring buying season means a growing number of Americans are on the hunt to purchase a home, but many could have trouble finding a home to buy. A new survey by the National Association of Realtors® reveals for the first time that difficulties finding the right property have surpassed challenges obtaining financing as the most cited reason clients are not purchasing homes.
This finding speaks to the tightened inventory conditions seen in many areas of the country. There simply aren’t enough homes available to purchase — predominantly at… Continue reading