When it's time for my clients to find their Idaho home, I do not start with "How many bedrooms and bathrooms do you need?" I start with asking, "How do you want to live? How do you spend your day? What do you like to do?" To truly find happiness in a new place, I believe it is based on more than the home you choose to live in, but most importantly how your new community will impact your life.
Regardless of the season, the Treasure Valley is anything but lacking in things to do. Most would say that opportunity abounds for the outdoorsy type, and that would be a true statement. However, there is much to do for all. Anyone can fall in love
with this great state. If you are new to the area or just starting to explore a custom guide may be just what you need.
For my clients, I provide a custom PDF tour guide to help navigate the area and make a home buying decision not solely on a property but on your lifestyle. It includes neighborhoods that fit what you are looking for, attractions and events happening at the time of your visit, places to eat, sites to see, anything that will help you to see how your day to day life will be.
You may wonder how this is any different from doing a simple search online and you can certainly create your own itinerary by doing so, but I have been an Idahoan my whole adult life, over 25 years. While I am an experienced new construction and resale agent throughout the valley, I have a passion for our smaller communities. I know the back roads and winding country drives, I know where to drop an inner tube to float a sections of the rivers. I know the rodeos, softball tournaments, annual festivals, u-pick orchards, and hiking trails. I know the mom and pop stores and restaurants, I know where to find the best pie, the best milkshakes, and the best city views.
All this in addition to knowing our neighborhoods and subdivisions. My combined knowledge of this area is put to its best use when I am able to help you find your new home. I take great pride in this state and I can't think of a better way to share it with someone.