We intend to have an informative, lively discussion, where you could not only learn what the turbulent real estate market is doing, but also send questions, and comment on what is being presented.

We are open to suggestions, and aim to be of service, so please, let us have it! Your input, that is.

Visit our website where you will find the following resources:

  • Free Real Estate Listings
  • Free Mortgage Calculator
  • Home Buyer Resources
  • Home Seller Resources
  • Idaho Homeowner Information

Find Your Home in Boise.

Boise, Idaho

5 Ways to Handle Seller’s Remorse

Self examination is essential

home seller

1.  List pros & cons of selling
2.  Are you prepared to move— have a place to go?
3.  Are you selling for the wrong reason?
4.  Are you thinking of the sale as a business decision? truly separated emotionally?
5.  Are all the owners of your property in agreement as to selling?

Still not sure?  Call Ava or Cristina. Their insight will help ease your mind.

Looking for a Home to Decorate?

New home construction in Boise.
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New construction is available!

Build your custom home with assistance you need. 

Rely on expert experience and knowledge to build that special place you will call “home”.

Contact Ava @ 208/440/5810

Or Cristina @ 208/284/1545

We will get you started on the path that will make your dreams happen.

Your real estate professionals.
The Property Team
Silvercreek Realty Group

4 Reasons to Sell This Fall

Reasons to sell your house in the fall.
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  • Flexible Existing Market. Sellers with homes that have been on the market all summer will be more willing to negotiate on the purchase of your new home. Getting a good deal on your new home empowers you to make strategic decisions in the selling of your former home.
  • Less Seller Competition. By listing in September or October, you have less competition for buyer attention. This means you are less likely to have to compromise on your listing price.
  • Natural Curb Appeal. The changing leaves make a home look cozy and comfortable as buyers start thinking of the cooler weather.
  • Buyers are Serious. Fall and Winter are when the most serious of buyers are in the market for a new place to call home.

Contact Ava @ 208/440-5810 or Cristina @ 208/284-1545

We are happy to answer any questions you have and help you feel confident in your decision to sell. 

The Property Team
Silvercreek Realty Group

Unexplained Death Traced to Rental Houses

Sign a disclosure document.
Sign a simple disclosure document.

You have a tremendous amount of legal responsibility as a landlord.

This simple disclosure document can be one of the best steps in saving lives.

Contact Ava or Cristina for more details and a free copy of your document.

Real Estate Investor
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?  Speculator; wants to maximize profit in the shortest time possible

?  Long term real estate investor; wants income

?  ” I will get a loan soon” investor always contemplating and debating and never gaining

Don’t shove yourself off to the sidelines, Ava & Cristina will help you find a great property that will start you on the right path.

Don’t delay, call today!

The Best $500.00 You Will Ever Spend

Money for home maintenance.
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Is your property declining in value? Put a stop to it now.

Yes! You can be in control of your property no matter where you live.

~ Get professionals to service your property, not the jack of all trades, masters of none “maintenance” people property management companies employ.

The way to do this?

~ Set yourself up with HOW policy
And
~ Keep your stress level down and your property up in this easy, efficient, ever-popular manner

Contact Ava or Cristina for other ways you can save literally hundreds of dollars every month and be in control of your current tenants, future applicants and most of all your valuable property.

Boise Listed #1 – 2019 Top Best Places to Live

Livability.com Lists Top Best Places to Live in 2019

Boise listed #1 - 2019 Top Best Places to Live

Livability.com shares the 2019 top best places to live. Our home town, Boise Idaho, is listed number 1. According to their website, Livability showcases America’s best places to live, covering research-driven topics about communities around the country through engaging stories, photography and video.

Take a walk around this year’s #1 city and ask people where they’re from, and chances are you’ll meet a lot of recent transplants from places like Portland, the Bay Area and New York. That’s no coincidence.

Boise has become a magnet for people looking for a tight-knit community, great job opportunities, easy access to the outdoors — and perhaps most importantly, a much lower cost of living than many larger and comparably sized cities.  

Young families are drawn to Boise because it’s one of the safest cities in the world. In addition, Boise’s combination of affordability and do-it-yourself spirit make it the perfect place for creatives (check out the awesome comedy scene), entrepreneurs and startups. The tech scene here is growing fast, with new talent flocking to the city, eager to find a work-life balance that allows for plenty of fresh air and adventure.  
Boise has appeared on Livability’s Top 100 Best Places to Live ranking every year since the list’s inception, but this is the city’s first — and well-deserved — appearance in the #1 spot.  


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Save thousands on home maintenance

Strapped for time and energy?

Let someone else do the work on your home’s working systems.

One fee per year will free up your valuable time, save you & possibly hundreds if not thousands of dollars on keeping your home running efficiently.

We can tell you how.  Simply call Ava or Cristina.

Ava Tong, Boise Idaho RealtorContact Boise Realtor, Ava Tong, for further information to maintain your home.

Website: FindYourHomeinBoise.com
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Cristina Pescaru Boise RealtorContact Boise Realtor, Cristina Pescaru, for further information to maintain your home.


Pledge to Clients:
Experience * Loyalty * Commitment * Care

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Boise Ranked 2nd Best Capital City

A report from the Idaho Statesman

Author John Masters reports on the latest news about Boise, Idaho.

Report: Boise ranked as 2nd best capital city to live in

WalletHub looked at 54 key metrics to identify the most livable seats of state government.

Boise ranked as the second best state capital to live in the U.S., according to a new report from the personal finance website WalletHub.

WalletHub compared all 50 state capitals across 54 key metrics to identify the most livable seats of state government. They ranged from cost of living to affordability to unemployment to economic well being to the number of attractions.

Check out the full report and rankings at 2019’s Best State Capitals to Live in.

Idaho Listed With Top 10 Tax-Friendly States

Idaho is in the News

10 states that are the most tax-friendly for middle-income households

From CNBC By Jessica Bursztynsky

* Illinois ranked as the least tax-friendly state for middle-income households, while Alaska took top honors, according to a study from GOBankingRates.

* Though individual income tax rates matter, so do sales and property taxes. Be sure to consider the overall tax picture when deciding where to live.

Jessica’s article goes on to inform people from Illinois they may want to move to the more tax-friendly state of Alaska, but if you’re not sure about moving to the land of the midnight sun you might consider moving to Idaho.  We are also on the list of the Top 10 most tax-friendly states.

Top 10 most tax-friendly states:
• Alaska
• Delaware
• Nevada
• Wyoming
• Montana
• Florida
• Tennessee
• Idaho
• South Carolina
• North Dakota

The CNBC article links to gobankingrates.com

Most Tax-Friendly States for the Middle Class

If you want a break from taxes, move to one of these states.

By Cynthia Measom

GOBankingRates conducted a study that determined the most tax-friendly states for the middle class by looking at the shares of certain income taxes paid by the middle 20 percent of income earners in 30 different states. If you’re in the middle class and hurting due to taxes, it’s worth it to know the best states for the middle class.

Even if you earn a decent middle-class salary, all of the state and local income taxes you have to pay can eat away at your bottom line, leaving you with less money in your pocket than you’d like. But not all states are equal when it comes to the amount of taxes you’ll pay due to owning property, buying goods or having to submit to a personal income tax. The best states for taxes, as well as the worst, exist.

GOBankingRates conducted a study that determined the most tax-friendly states for the middle class by looking at the shares of certain income taxes paid by the middle 20 percent of income earners in 30 different states. If you’re in the middle class and hurting due to taxes, it’s worth it to know the best states for the middle class.

(30 states are listed) See the article for the full list)

8. Idaho

Total share of state and local taxes paid by middle 20%: 8.1%
Share of personal income tax paid by middle 20%: 1.5%
Share of property taxes paid by middle 20%: 2.1%
Share of sales and excise taxes paid by middle 20%: 4.4%

Property taxes in Idaho are lower than average among U.S. states for all classes of earners, and there’s not that much difference in shares among the lowest 20 percent, middle 20 percent and top 1 percent of earners within the state: 3.3 percent, 2.1 percent and 1.6 percent, respectively.

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