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Jon Adamson is a licensed Real Estate Broker in Idaho and Colorado, as well as a Licensed Appraiser in Colorado. He has 25 years of experience in the Real Estate industry and has made it his mission to help home buyers and homeowners in Idaho.

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Call: 208.250.0493

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IRA & 401k Advisor

Call: 208.585.4580

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Investment Consultant

Call: 208.830.2557

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We believe in helping to create a tide that raises all ships, the wealthy and the humble alike. Through our various programs and partnerships we strive to provide help to home buyers, home owners, and investors through our exceptional real estate services.

Part of that task is keeping you informed on changes in the real estate market nationally and locally. Are you ready to take the first step of your next right move? We’d love to be a part of that bright future.

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American Pacific Mortgage
NMLS# 9572

Call: 208.412.3676

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Alpine Mortgage Planning
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Capital Mortgage LLC
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REAL ESTATE NEWS

What Will Get Home Buyers Moving?

Home buyers share 10 factors that are making them jump off the sidelines and back into the housing market. 

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New-Home Sales Post Biggest Drop in a Year

"The numbers are a little disappointing … but our surveys show that builders are confident about the future,” says the chair of... Read More

Freddie: Many Housing Markets Are Stalling

While more markets are moving into stable range, the housing market is showing mixed signals, according to a new report by the mortgage giant.... Read More


PROPERTYLINE TODAY BLOG

By TOM REDDIN — The Charlotte Observer

                                    As we head into the spring home-buying season, the housing market is picking up steam, and mortgage rates are still near historic lows. Many homebuyers are wondering where mortgage rates are heading this year as they consider purchasing a home.

Mortgage rates have ticked up a bit since the historic low recorded in November. According to Freddie Mac, rates in November hit 3.31 percent for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage with 0.7 points paid at closing. As of Feb. 28, the average rate was 3.51 percent with 0.8 points paid. So rates have gradually risen since November, but are still near record lows and down from 3.90 percent at this time last year.

Let’s take a look at the market forces driving these conditions, and then I’ll give you my forecast on where mortgage ...

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