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Real estate agents in Kuna, Idaho

  • Gold Key Real Estate

    Mike Macy

    Mobile: 1-208-866-0690    Office: 1-208-376-9000   

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    "Pledge to Clients: More than just opening doors for you. Professional Experience: Over 28 years experience as a full time Realtor. Education Tulelake High School Idaho State University 3 1/2 years Outside Interests: Hunting, fishing, baseball, air racing, gardening, agricultural issues." ...

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  • Silvercreek Realty Group

    Meg Kevan

    Mobile: 1-208-631-4409   

    Website Agent Listings Contact Meg Kevan

    " My objective is not only to help you buy or sell a property, but also to make the experience as stress free as possible. Communication is key not only with you, my client but with lenders, title and those involved in your transactions. I want you to be so satisfied that you feel compelled to refer your friends and family to me, not by obligation, but because you truly believe they will benefit. My business is one built upon those " ...

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Kuna is one of the most affordable cities of the already affordable Ada County real estate market. A charming small town, roughly 18 miles away from Boise, Idaho’s capital, Kuna is a city with a young population, which, obviously, makes Kuna real estate more prone to rentals. But, with good Kuna real estate agents, you can find homes for sale in Kuna at great prices. The average price of a home is around $134,000, way below the national average.
Kuna is a great place for education. The Kuna’s school districts have a reputation of amazing parent and community involvement centered around a commitment to inspire lifelong learning to all of its students. And it might be the state’s most equidistant point to superior education, being close to Boise State University in Downtown Boise, Meridian’s Idaho State Treasure Valley campus and the only community college in the area: College of Western Idaho located in Nampa, on the Canyon County.
Education nurtures culture. Every year during the first weekend of August, “Kuna Days” is celebrated with fireworks, live music at the bandshell, vendors in the park, a carnival parade for kids and a rubber duck race in Indian Creek. We wonder if the Lion King was influenced by Kuna, because HaKUNA Matata; living in Kuna means no worries for the rest of your days.
You see why the Kuna real estate market is so attractive and why you need to find real estate agents in Kuna to help you find the best real estate bargain.