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Welcome to Coldwell Banker Camille Volpone!

Introducing our new agents
Posted by Brianna Corey on June 20, 2018 in  Announcements  Awards and Recognition  Northern Idaho Real Estate

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Welcome to Coldwell Banker Jaclyn Wakefield!

Introducing our new agents
Posted by Brianna Corey on June 17, 2018 in  Announcements  Awards and Recognition  Northern Idaho Real Estate

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Welcome to Coldwell Banker Dallas Hutchinson!

Introducing our new agents
Posted by Brianna Corey on June 14, 2018 in  Announcements  Awards and Recognition  Northern Idaho Real Estate

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Tax Breaks for First Time Home Buyers

What exactly is tax deductible when buying a house for the first time?
Posted by Brianna Corey on June 12, 2018 in  Buying a Home  Coldwell Banker  First Time Home Buyers  Northern Idaho Real Estate  Real Estate
Tax Breaks for First Time Home Buyers What exactly is tax deductible when buying a house for the first time? SHARON LEE Buying a home can sound like an intimidating undertaking if you’ve never done it before. The thought of relocating and the sheer level of financial investment gives many people anxiety. Luckily, the government wants to make the process easier and less scary, with a range of tax breaks for first time home buyers. To get the most out of your purchase, don’t settle for the standa... read more
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Move to Temporary Housing Seamlessly in Five Steps

Here are 5 steps to help you through your transition without having to feel like a vagabond
Posted by Brianna Corey on May 30, 2018 in  Moving  Northern Idaho Real Estate  Selling Your Home  Storage
Move to Temporary Housing Seamlessly in Five Steps Here are 5 steps to help you through your transition without having to feel like a vagabond.   SHARON LEE Guest post by Laura McHolm Oh my, as if moving once wasn’t bad enough. You need to do it twice? Construction not complete? Haven’t quite found your dream house? Old house sold and new one not ready yet? Okay, let’s make this as easy as possible for you. First, don’t think of it as the same thing as the “Big ... read more
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