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Data from Boise Regional REALTORS® (BRR) and the Intermountain MLS (IMLS) as of April 8, 2022. These statistics are based upon information secured by the agent from the owner or their representative. The accuracy of this information, while deemed reliable, has not been verified and is not guaranteed. The IMLS and BRR provide these statistics for purposes of general market analysis but make no representations as to past or future performance.  

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By: Kelley Walters

Battle bugs before they bite (or sting!) you — and check the attic for problems.

Tackling five simple tasks now gives you a head start on spring. That leaves you plenty of worry-free time to enjoy the warmer weather.

#1 Tell Insects to Bug Off


Early spring warmth awakens insects, so start to protect your home now. Seal openings in eaves, decks, and other structures to keep out carpenter bees.

Nix mosquitoes by eliminating standing water or treating it with larvicide. Call a pro to destroy wasp and yellow jacket nests, unless you’re experienced enough to engage in a bee battle.

#2 Prep Tools for Lawn Care


Ladies and gentlemen, start your mowers. April’s the month to get this vital piece of equipment ready to…

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There is nothing better than the smell of the outdoors. Crisp air, gorgeous tall trees, and trails as far as the eye can see. 
One of the many perks of living in Southwestern Idaho is the opportunity to get outside and explore. 

When exploring outside we are always on the hunt to find the best spot. Whether it be the unique terrain or the breathtaking views, we have put together some of our favorite spots to venture. 


Map Rock

From Nampa, travel south on Highway 45. Turn right on Map Rock Road. Travel 7.3 miles to Map Rock, located on the right side of the road.

Canyon County acquired a famous Idaho petroglyph in 2012 as well as the 34 acres of surrounding cliff-side property. This massive rock covered in petroglyphs was believed to be a…

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