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We have a packed show today! New listings, community events,  Movement Mortgage and so much more!

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We have a packed show today! New listings, community events, Movement Mortgage and so much more!

We have a fantastic new listing that just hit the market in Meridian! Scott Harris is here to share all of the details! This home is a hobbyists dream…

Movement Mortgage is here! Listen in as Ron Wieczorek fills us in on the transition to Movement Mortgage. He also keeps us up to date on what’s happening in the mortgage world.

Kristy Sternes from the Idaho Humane Society joins Thom and Dave to talk about Sip N Purr. This is a great event to help raise money for the kitties out at the Humane Society.

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Tune In For A Little Real Estate Terminology 101!

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Tune In For A Little Real Estate Terminology 101!

Getting lost in all of the real estate terminology? You are not alone! Thom and Dave talk about some of the common terms that you will hear throughout the purchase of a new home and what they mean. They are also sharing some info on a couple community events that are coming up. Including our 2nd annual pet food drive happening in just a couple weeks!

Ron touches on some of the impacts of new construction home sales in the area. You won’t want to miss all of the details on our latest and greatest listings!

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Core Group Realty Pet of the Month: October

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Core Group Realty Pet of the Month: October

The Idaho Humane Society and Core Group Realty have partnered to spread awareness, happiness, and all the love that a pet can give! We are passionate about animal adoption and will be bringing you a lovable, adoptable pet every month. Here at Core Group Realty we firmly believe that a pet makes a house a home!

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Core Group Realty Pet of the Month: April

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Core Group Realty Pet of the Month: April

Meet Little! She is a 3-year-old, 62-pound spayed female. We believe she is a mix of Catahoula leopard dog, Australian shepherd, and/or border collie. Little is a bit stressed out in the shelter environment and may seem nervous when you first meet her. Give her time to warm up, and you’ll find that she is a playful and happy girl.

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