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7900 W Colehaven - Boise, ID
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MLS ID: 98713763
2 Beds | 1.00 Baths
1 Car Parking | 630 Square Feet
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Wendy Webster and Sabrina Logosz, Realtors with Re/Max Executives, specialize in listing, marketing and selling exceptional homes and luxury properties in Boise, Eagle and Meridian, Idaho.

As, second generation Realtors, Wendy Webster and Sabrina Logosz are locally known for their marketing expertise, client service, savvy negotiating skills, confidentiality and discretion.

Wendy Webster and Sabrina Logosz are experts in helping relocation buyers and local residents alike with all of their needs. They have access to resources to help make their move a smooth, stress free and fun experience.

When it comes to buying, or selling Wendy Webster and Sabrina Logosz can handle all of your needs with expertise.

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Before You Move Consider This!

idaho realtor websitesMaking a move can be one of the most stressful things you can do, and that goes double if you’re selling and buying a home as part of that process.

A new town can be disorienting, and not having your usual network of support to rely on can leave you feeling really boggled. There are countless details to remember and take care of, but before all of that there are a few crucial things to ask yourself before you even start thinking about a move.

We’ve put together a list to help you tackle these tasks with ease!

What Is The Market Doing?
Buying a home in a market on the rise is a good idea, whereas buying in a down trend may not be so wise. While no one short of a psychic can tell you what the market will do for sure, a qualified REALTOR® can show you trends so that you can make a decision from an informed standpoint.

Who Do You Know?
Speaking of a support network! A small group of people you can call on in times of need is more valuable than can be expressed. Whether it’s asking about where to find a good place to eat, or needing someone to puppy-sit, it really helps to have some local people you can count on.

Where to Work?
You may be relocating for your job so this might not be a big concern, but if you’re moving for any other reason you’ll almost definitely need income. Research the area online and put out some resumes before you’re even in the area, it never hurts to plan ahead.

How is the Weather?
Unless you’re snowbirding it you will be spending a lot of time in the climate you’re moving to, so it’s important to be prepared for the weather. If you get cold when it dips below 70 Alaska may not be the place for you! Study up on trends, weather hazards like tornadoes, and other elements that may impact your enjoyment of your new home.

These are all good ideas for things to think about when searching for a new place to live. In some cases you may not have much choice if you’re having to relocate for work or family, but with a little planning the move will be much easier. Be sure to talk with a qualified real estate professional too, as they will know the area and can help you get oriented quickly!

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