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Housing Options: Making Coeur d'Alene Affordable for Local Workers

Housing Options:  Making Coeur d’Alene Affordable for Local Workers

By | May 30, 2022

While average rentals have not been climbing as rapidly as real estate, average rents in 2022 are 10 percent higher than they were just one year ago.

Housing Economics 101- Supply vs. Demand

Housing Economics 101: Supply vs. Demand 

By | May 30, 2022

If you live in northern Idaho, It has not escaped your notice that house prices in the Coeur d’Alene area have been experiencing a steep upward trajectory over the last few years.

Desirability Drives Demand

Desirability Drives Demand

By | May 30, 2022

In April, 2021, the Wall Street Journal’s real estate section stated that the Coeur d’Alene area was the hottest housing market in the country (it currently ranks in the top ten).

Freedom & Property Rights

Freedom and Property Rights

By | May 30, 2022

Private property rights were so fundamental to the founding of this nation that the framers of the Constitution took pains to embed them throughout the document.

March Brings Seasonal Sales Boost

By | April 22, 2022

March 2022 Kootenai County Coeur d’Alene- – (April 21, 2022) The Median sales price in Kootenai county rose in March to $535,000 a continued increase of 2.8% compared to last month according to the Coeur d’Alene Regional  REALTORS®.  The number of homes sold slipped by 12.2% compared to one year ago however compared to last…

Small businesses, cooperation bolster real estate

By | April 7, 2022

Originally published in RISMedia | By: Ron Phipps As more than 31 million small businesses across the country were recognized during National Small Business Week, it’s a good time to look at how small, local operations drive so much of the economy and search for ways to continue to level the playing field for them…

Signs, Signs Everywhere a Sign. But Not There

By | March 3, 2022

Currently the City sign code does not require to pull permits, however it does prevent you from placing in a city right-of-way. Be careful placing signs in the grassy strip between the street and sidewalk. But usually they are a part of the right-of-way, so check before placing. Example areas in right-of-way: 7th Street South…

3 NEW MLS Rules You Need to Know

By | March 1, 2022

To provide greater transparency about compensation for buyer’s agents, the National Association of Realtors® made key changes to MLS policy. If you’re a buyer’s agent, you better not claim that your services are free. The National Association of Realtors® (NAR) recently implemented policy changes, including prohibiting MLS participants and subscribers from representing that their brokerage…

Understanding the Homebuying Process

By | February 28, 2022

Step 1 – Get Ready for Home Ownership Build good credit history, get mortgage pre-approval and find out what type or mortgages you qualify for. Save up for a down payment and closing costs. Step 2 – Find a REALTOR® Get a referral from friends, family and work colleagues, or use CCR’s Find a Realtor®…

Home Sales Continue Upward in November

By | January 3, 2022

Home Sales Continue Upward in November Coeur d’Alene- – (December 28, 2021) The Median sales price rose in November to $476,570 an increase of 0.33% comparted to last month according to the Coeur d’Alene Association of REALTORS®. There was a 6.4 % increase in homes sold compared to November 2020. The biggest jump was the…


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