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Buying Or Selling A House In Idaho?


R1 Idaho.

Known for more than just potatoes, Idaho is an interesting option for people looking to buy a home. Idaho has varied demographics to where you can be living on farmland on the plains, to living in a big city where major companies are located. Idaho provides unique flexibility that many states do not have. If you are looking to buy a house in Idaho, contact an R1 agent today!

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Idaho Falls.

Idaho Falls is the 2nd most populated city outside of Boise in Idaho. Idaho Falls is growing into an up-and-coming city with many large businesses opening in the city, attracting many new residents to the area.


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