Stuck Renting?? Or Can You Buy A Home Of Your Own??

Dated: February 12 2022

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📢 The cost to rent a house in Idaho has skyrocketed. Oftentimes, people who rent do so because they DON'T realize they can actually buy their own home for the amount they are paying for rent or in some cases less.
As tax time approaches, it's a great time to figure out how to use your tax return 💵 to purchase a home of your own! Idaho has an awesome first-time buyer program. Many buyers can get into a home with less money than the amount of the first & last month's rent plus deposit. Wouldn't it be awesome to pay your own mortgage instead of someone else's? Let's get you a new house for 2022! Message me if you'd like more info! 208-996-6507
REALTOR® - Clayton Clark
Boise Premier Real Estate
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Clayton Clark

It's no secret that Clayton Clark loves his life. What's not to love? A passion for real estate, a love of the great outdoors and most of all, being a Dad, these are just a few of the things that defi....

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