3 bedroom, and 2 bath home with a 2 car garage in a Charming home located in a great subdivision "Johnson Park Estates" right in the heart of Middleton. Master Suite in the upstairs portion of the house includes room and private bath. Kitchen and laundry on bottom level of home with 2 bedrooms downstairs. $1,800.00 rent $1,800.00 deposit
Visit the property in person Monday - Friday, 8:30a to 4:15p. Lease requirements are, no-pets, no-felony conviction and no smoking. 600 credit score preferred and monthly income of 2X rent. After viewing, please contact us and we will email your lease application. Applications can be turned in, in person at: 4224 Dearborn Street, Caldwell Monday - Friday 8:30a to 4:15p. $40 application fee for all above 18 years of age. Application fee is non-refundable.
Many people have been thinking about relocating over the long Winter, whether it’s buying a new home in Idaho or selling their current home, it seems like Spring is the time when things really “start to happen”…buy why wait? Why not get the jump on things NOW? Well, there’s a lot going on during Spring! You’re barely caught up from the new year, taxes, and then Spring Break! Next thing you know it’s mid-July and you’re wondering if you’re ever going to move. If you’re on the fence about things we’ve put together some good reasons why you might not want to wait for the grass to start growing to make your move.
No Better Time Than NOW
That’s the case with a lot of things, and really even if you’re not ready to even start looking for a new home, or selling your current one, there’s still plenty you can do right NOW to work towards things. If you’re buying start checking out the area you plan to move to; if you’re selling start cutting back the clutter before time to pack.
The Market is Moving
Real estate doesn’t care about the weather. Sure, if you live in a remote region the snow will likely keep prospective buyers away but hopefully your Idaho real estate professional has created an evergreen marketing campaign so it stays at the forefront of people’s minds over the cold months. Don’t rest on your laurels in the “slow season”, if anything crank up your efforts to either find your own new place or to get yours sold – because the market is still moving even if you’re not ready to yet!
The Early Bird?
They say the early bird gets the worm but the second mouse gets the cheese. Sometimes it’s about lasting power, about just being there, and staying there. If you’re buying, you simply can not start early enough looking and planning to find your Idahome. If you’re selling time is also of the essence because it will move faster than you think!
Either way, the best thing to do is establish a connection with an experienced and knowledgeable Idaho real estate professional, like me! So let’s get acquainted – contact me about your home needs, ideas, and dreams so we can start making them a reality today!