Barker Realtors

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Barker Realtors
Barker Realtors is listed in the Real Estate category in Buhl, Idaho. Displayed below is the only current social network for Barker Realtors which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Barker Realtors on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 62.

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123 Broadway Ave S
Buhl, ID 83316
(208) 543-4371
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9 Tips to Get Road Trip-Ready for Spring The weather this winter has been unusually difficult—making it hard to get where you need to go and putting extra strain on your vehicle. Luckily, spring is just around the corner and with it, comes milder temperatures, less rain and snow, and the blossoming of the beautiful flora that this area is known for. With warmer weather on the way, now is the perfect time to get your car ready for fun spring road trips—whether you’re headed to the coast or planning a family camping adventure. Here are nine great tips for getting your car in tip-top shape, so you can avoid any unexpected surprises that may affect your spring travel plans. ... for the nine tips, click on the link
The weather this winter has been unusually difficult—making it hard to get where you need to go and putting extra strain on your vehicle. Luckily, spring is just around the corner and with it, comes milder temperatures, less rain and snow, and the blossoming of the beautiful flora that this area is…

You Need To Deal With Your Work Stress. Here’s How Being mistreated at work can make people take out their frustrations on loved ones at home. But a new study suggests that getting more exercise and sleep may help people better cope with those negative emotions by leaving them at work, where they belong. People who burned more calories on a daily basis—by doing the equivalent of a long walk or swim—were less likely to take out their anger about work issues on people they lived with, the researchers found in the new study, which was published in the Journal of Applied Psychology. ...for the rest, click on the link
Being mistreated at work can make people take out their frustrations on loved ones at home. But a new study suggests that getting more exercise and sleep may help people better cope with those negative emotions by leaving them at work, where they belong. People who burned more calories on a daily ba...

Americans are making big compromises to buy homes Limited housing supplies are forcing prospective homeowners to make significant compromises, such as devoting less money to saving for emergencies and retirement, a new survey says. ...for the rest of the story, click on the link
Many are willing to reduce retirement savings or buy smaller houses

Legislation would open door to government regulating font size of realtors’ ads A bill introduced Wednesday by the Idaho Real Estate Commission could open the door to government officials regulating the font size of a realtor’s advertisements. Members of the House Business Committee voted 10 to 2 to introduce the bill. Reps. Jason Monks, R-Meridian, and Randy Armstrong, R-Inkom, opposed giving the proposal a full committee hearing. Commission Executive Director MiChell Bird told panel members the bill would bring clarity to an opaque area of Idaho law. State code already requires realtors to list their names, plus the names of their brokers, on all advertising pieces. Bird testified, some realtors fulfill that requirement by using extremely small text that isn’t obviously clear to consumers. Bringing clarity would aid consumers, she said. The legislation introduced simply requires that realtors display the broker’s name “clearly and conspicuously” on advertisements. ...for the rest, click on the link
A bill introduced Wednesday by the Idaho Real Estate Commission could open the door to government officials regulating the font size of a realtor’s advertisements. Members of the House Business Committee voted 10 to 2 to introduce the bill. Reps. Jason Monks, R-Meridian, and Randy Armstrong, R-Inkom...

Top 10 real estate tips for 2017 If mortgage rates rise modestly as expected in 2017, sales elsewhere may normalize with smaller price appreciation, especially as housing starts rise to fill the inventory breach. 1. First-time homebuyers: Get that starter home now Well, you'd best gyrate into action. And we mean now! More than half of the home sales (52 percent) in 2017 are expected to be to first-time buyers, and mostly to the millennial set (19 to 34 years old), many moving from urban rentals, research by the National Association of Realtors shows. That means competition -- and bidding wars -- could become fierce in the spring for such "starters" in desirable areas. ...for the rest, click on the link
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