START HERE
ADVANCED OPTIONS
START HERE

NEW   BANK OWNED   SHORT SALES
Know the MLS Number or Street?

TBD Cascade Rd

in Emmett

Property with 7 separate parcels, zoned R-1 (5 acre) location properties: light industrial to the south (Shadow Butte Industrial Park) to the west zoned Heavy industrial, to the east a residential property, rail crossing, tp the property off Cascade rd.

View Details
Emmett, ID - 43°

Your Emmett, Treasure Valley, Idaho Real Estate Agent


This web site is part of my way to help you in one of the most important transactions of your life: the purchase or sale of your home, relocation to a different part of the country or the purchase of your first home.

Emmett idaho real estate MLS Search
Make looking for a home easy. Search for any listed property in Emmett Boise Meridian Nampa Caldwell Eagle or Kuna.
Click Here
Idaho Commercial Real Estate Commercial Listings
Conveniently view commercial properties in Idaho.
Click Here
Calculators & Tools
Maximum Loan
15 vs 30 Year Mortgage
Mortgage Calculator
Emmett idaho real estate Community Tours
Take a tours of local subdivisions in Emmett Boise Meridian Eagle Nampa Caldwell and view listed homes in the developments.
Click Here
Emmett idaho real estate Free Market Analysis
Learn the current market value of your home here in the southwest Idaho area by filling out this short questionnaire. The more that you can tell me about your property the more accurate I will be accessing the true market value.
Click Here
Social Links
Use the links below to get connected on these social networks!

FACEBOOK TWITTER LINKEDIN
Relocating
Fill out our simple form and receive a free electronic relocation kit in minutes.
Click Here
Idaho HUD homes
FREE HUD Owned Homes
Find the latest available HUD owned homes and real estate in Idaho and throughout the nation using these links:

All HUD Homes on this Site

HUD Owned Homes Across the Nation
Bank Owned homes in Idaho Bank Owned Listings
Looking for the best REO and Bank Owned homes in Idaho? Look no further! View the latest bank owned real estate here on my website!
Click Here
Emmett, Idaho Real Estate surrounding Southwest Idaho communities
Dream Home
Use our automated home search. Find your dream home now!!Providing Real Estate services and information for Emmett and the surrounding Southwest Idaho communities.
Click Here
BBB Accredited!
Evans Realty, LLC BBB Business Review

Featured Star Idaho Home



Beautiful custom built home in desirable Hillsdale Sub. Set up perfect for entertaining and features a grand dining area, sun valley marble counter tops, double oven, great room & family room or rec room, 4 zone HVAC, radiant floor heating, wired for surround sound. 30×14 attached storage or shop with overhead door. Situated on 1 acre and features In ground barbeque pit, covered patio, deck and gorgeous views!

View more details and photos here!

Star Idaho is a great little community just outside of Boise. This quiet small town was originally created by a boom in the railroad and agricultural industries many years ago, but Star remains the trading center of a working community which earns its living for the most part from the soil. The homes here offer a little more elbow room and easy access to the big city when you want it.

Are you looking for homes in Star Idaho or Emmett? I can help you find the best homes in Idaho easily! Contact me today to find out what an experienced REALTORĀ® can do to help you make the right move!


Filed under: Emmett Idaho Real Estate Tagged: emmett idaho homes, emmett idaho real estate, homes in emmett idaho, homes in star, john evans, star idaho homes
The Latest Evans Realty LLC Blog!
Tips Before Closing

There’s no putting it off, there will come a time during your home buying process when you will need to do a final walk through of the home before closing. Usually about a week before you close on your new home take the time to visit it one last time before it’s yours – this is a great opportunity to spot any last minute items that may need attention.

Check to make sure the terms of your contract have been met and that the condition of the property has not change significantly since talks began. It doesn’t hurt to bring your a copy of your purchase contract as a reference guide during this visit as it can help you track down the little details without losing sight of the whole picture.

Here are a few things you should be on the lookout for:

1. Major appliances: Be sure that any items that were to remain in the home are still there, and that they are in good working order.

2. Major systems: Do the air conditioning, heat, and plumbing still function properly?

3. Repairs: As part of your purchase contract, the seller may have been required to make repairs. Be certain that these have been completed, or that the seller has a written timeline for when the repairs will be completed.

4. Walls and floors: Has any damage occurred to the floors or walls during the sellers move? Were rugs, artwork, or carpets covering water damage that was not disclosed? Dings in the walls?

5. Screens and Storm Windows: If it is the season for these items to be in storage, be sure they have indeed been left in storage and that they are in good shape.

6. Remotes: Garage doors, alarms,and sound systems likely all use a remote, some of which can be very expensive to replace. If these items were part of your agreement, be sure they have been kept with the house.

7. Cleanliness: The home should have been cleaned and all debris removed. Moving is stressful enough without having to clean up other peoples mess the first week you are there.

8. Fixtures: Light fixtures, curtains, and other items that were agreed upon should still be in the home. If they are not, let your agent address the conflict.

9. Landscaping: It may seem hard to believe but yes, some sellers may try to run off with your shrubs and plants! Check your contract to see what is supposed to stay; if plants were taken, let your agent handle the situation.

10. Exterior: Has there been any storm or other damage to the home since your inspection or first visit? Be sure to visually inspect the exterior of the house for damage. Once you have signed on that dotted line, the house is yours — and that could mean storm damage and all.

Closing time can be very hectic. Take the time for your final walk-through. It’s the smart thing to do in order to make sure no last minute items have been forgotten and that nothing has changed regarding the property during the time since your first visit.


Filed under: Emmett Idaho, Home Seller Tips Tagged: homes in emmett, idaho homes for sale