Real Estate Finance

April 9, 2016

Hurry, The Idaho Homeowners Exemption Deadline Is Coming

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Idaho Homeowners Exemption Property Tax Reduction

If you are reading this before the middle of April, and you recently purchased a home in Idaho that is your primary residence, don't click away. It could mean money in your pocket.

Many people that purchase a home in Idaho as their ...

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March 17, 2016

Rexburg Home Appraisal

Rexburg Home Appraisal with money

Understanding real estate terms like home appraisal and home inspection can get a little confusing at times. They are very different in their approach and what they are used for in real estate. We hope that if you need a Rexburg home appraisal in the future, this information will help ...

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March 8, 2016

Pre Qualification Letter

Couple with pre qualification letter.

You are not alone if you are confused about the difference between a mortgage pre qualification letter and a loan pre approval letter. They appear to be similar, but are actually very different tools. Lets go over the basics.

Pre Qualification Letter

When you begin the process of looking for ...

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Feb. 19, 2016

Income Verification for Rexburg Home Loan Options for the Salaried and Self-Employed

Young Couple with Rexburg Home Loan

If you’re looking into Rexburg home loan options, you need to understand the different kinds of income verification required, which vary, depending on whether you are self-employed, receive a W2 from an employer, or a combination of both. The mortgage underwriter is required to create a 24 month average income ...

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Feb. 16, 2016

Saving Money At Home

Saving Money At Home

Saving money at home can be fun and easy. Years ago I learned how to make my own laundry soap. The recipe is easy and requires only 3 ingredients. Easy peezy lemon squeezy, as my kids would say. I can make a years supply, (family of 4) for $25.26 ...

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Jan. 2, 2016

Idaho Property Tax Exemption


The state of Idaho has something called the Idaho property tax exemption. This exemption has to do with property taxes and how much you pay each year. In a nutshell, if you own your home and it is your primary residence, you can participate in the homeowners exemption program.  ...

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