Nampa, ID Real Estate Agents

 
 
           
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Real estate agents in Nampa, Idaho

  • Preferred Real Estate Group

    Melody Smedick, Broker/Owner

    Mobile: 1-208-484-3846   

    Website Agent Listings Contact Melody Smedick, Broker/Owner

    "Choosing a real estate professional, with not only the right experience, qualifications and knowledge, but also someone who is responsive to your needs and who will skillfully represent you in all aspects of purchasing or selling your home, is one of the most important decisions you may make in your lifetime. I am a knowledgeable, experienced " ...

     
    Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
    REALTOR®
    The Multiple Listing Service Mark
     

    I specialize in: Star, ID - Nampa, ID - Boise, ID - Eagle, ID - Meridian, ID - Middleton, ID - 

  • Gold Key Real Estate

    Mike Macy

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

    Website Agent Listings Contact Mike Macy

    "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." ...

     
    Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
    REALTOR®
    The Multiple Listing Service Mark
     

    I specialize in: Boise, ID - Mccall, ID - Middleton, ID - Star, ID - Nampa, ID - Kuna, ID - 



Zipcodes covered by agents in Nampa, Idaho

83651
83652
83653
83686
83687
 
The Nampa Idaho Real estate market is a great option for a young family looking for a great environment to raise their children and grow financially. Located in the Canyon County, Nampa is the second biggest city in the state (losing only to Boise) and has a population of over 85,000 people.
When in the market to buy Nampa Idaho real estate you will find a very diverse population. Catholic, Christian, Mormon, Jewish, Presbyterian and Nazarene have a big presence there. And – refreshingly – its government is held in high regards all around: Nampa was ranked number 2 as the best run city in America! That’s not nothing.

School District 131, for instance, has a program where kids graduate high school and start college already as sophomores, skipping the freshmen level, because they already take several classes in connection with their choice of field of study; whatever that is: medical, engineering, arts etc. But we’re talking about the public school system! No charter school – although Nampa and cities nearby like Eagle, do offer charter school options. On the superior education level, Nampa is home to the Northwestern Nazarene University (NNU) and the College of Western Idaho (CWI) a community college.

Culture wise, you have the Ford Idaho Center, a city owned entertainment complex with several different venues for different shows. From a seated arena, to a amphitheater and indoor sports locations. Aside from hosting local minor league teams (with major fans!)  you will be able to see worldwide famous acts playing there. Even the Rolling Stones have performed there!


Nampa Idaho real estate agents will tell you also that you will become a healthier person if you decide to take a bite of the Nampa real estate. Just like the rest of the state, Nampa has a lot of outdoor activities opportunities, but, unique to it, is the ability to walk around. Thanks to its smart and close-knit development, Nampa is not as car dependent as other cities - not only of Idaho, but the whole Northwestern region. You won’t be disappointed on working with Nampa Idaho real estate agents to find a sweet deal on the ever-inviting Nampa Idaho real estate market.
 

Popular Real Estate Terms

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The closing process is the final step of a property sale. It starts when the home seller agrees to the home buyer’s offer and it ends after all Closing costs are paid and the title of the property is finally transferred to the new homeowner.Although it is the ...

- What are the closing costs?Closing costs are the fees and expenses paid during Closing. They are not included in the final purchase price of the property.- How much are the closing costs?Normally, the closing fees are somewhere between 2 to 5 percent of the final purchase price ...

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Popular Real Estate Questions

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When you hear someone referring to a real estate agent type as a “general agent”, it might seem that someone is calling that agent “basic”, common. Right? But the truth is that general agent is a term that can refer to two other different situations and cl ...

 

Real Estate Advice and Tips

 

Homebuyer Tips

Senior Citizen Housing: Accompanied Or By Yourself?

Senior Citizen Housing: Accompanied Or By Yourself?

For some people, this issue is a bit taboo but, hopefully, it will happen with all of us: we’ll get to live so long that certain cares around the house will need to be taken in order to facilitate our life pace. And even if you’re a Millennial thinking “oh, I’m 50 years away from that, my friend”, you always have family and friends of ...

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Tips To Raise Your Real Estate Commission

Tips To Raise Your Real Estate Commission

If one is to answer how much does a real estate agent really make, it will become very clear that the place where you make a difference on your earnings as a real estate agent is the real estate commission. The highest the house gets sold for, the highest the real estate commission.   So, technically, to raise your real estate commission = to raise the price of the ...

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Why Real Estate Agents Fail And Get Out Of Business

Why Real Estate Agents Fail And Get Out Of Business

You know how they say you should always enter places, situations and even relationships with a backup plan and an exit strategy? Romantics say that’s not the right way to go about things, but it’s actually a way to take some tension out of the way, minimizing the fear of failing to let you focus on making everything work. If you have the worst case scenario ...

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Living Near An Airport: The Good And The Bad

Living Near An Airport: The Good And The Bad

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Essential Home Items Your Place Might Be Missing

Essential Home Items Your Place Might Be Missing

The mind is always playing tricks on us. Sometimes there are some things that are very obvious, and we come across them all of the time – they are a big part of our lives – and yet; we can’t remember them! Have you ever played Scrabble and couldn’t for the life of you think of a word, then your friend just adds an “r” or an ...

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Working Couples In Real Estate

Working Couples In Real Estate

Beyonce and Jay-Z, Melinda and Bill Gates, Sonny and Cher, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, Hart to Hart, even Ant-Man and the Wasp… there a lot of stories – some successful, some not so much - of husbands and wives working together out there. And in our industry, of course, is no different. If you take a look at some of the real estate agents in The ...

Home Seller Tips

Things Home Sellers Should NOT Do

Things Home Sellers Should NOT Do

We’ve made several articles in the past regarding things that home sellers should do to sell their house. We gave home staging tips and tricks, advice on how to optimize your next open house and even went oriental with Feng Shui to sell your home. But we never talked about the things home sellers should NOT do when selling a home. And you know, that’s ...

Homebuyer Tips

Best Cities For Families

Best Cities For Families

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Agent Advice

How To Make Cold Calls

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There’s an argument to be made that cold calls are not the most current way of getting that sweet lead generation going for you and that SMS, social media, and cold email marketing have a much higher percentage of lead generation success than cold calls, but hey… sometimes you have to try them all, right? Maybe your real estate market is more technology ...

Home Seller Tips

5 Signs You Should Sell Your House

5 Signs You Should Sell Your House

From time to time, homeowners wonder if it’s the right time to sell their house. They look to the sky and say “God, if this is the right time to sell my house… just give me a sign!” Well, we’re not God, but here are FIVE signs you should sell your house: All the neighbors are selling their homes It’s all about supply and ...