Realty ONE Monthly February

Dated: 02/01/2018

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Since 1957 (perhaps earlier), the mission of Idaho Properties Real Estate had been to provide top-notch service, helping clients achieve the dream of homeownership, financial security, and peace of mind. The company values have always provided integrity and trust focused on clients and giving back to the community. My wife, Julie, and I had the privilege of acquiring Idaho Properties Real Estate in June 2016. Our primary goal was to build on this great tradition, eventually offering more to our outstanding agents (and subsequently to our clients) than any other brokerage in the area. The vision: a forward-thinking company investing in tools, technology, and ...CONTINUE READING
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Joel Hess

Welcome! I’m Joel Hess, co-owner and Managing Broker of Realty ONE Group Professionals. Privileged to work in our great community, I’m grateful every day for work that I love. I grew up being rais....

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