1164 W Ashwood Court, Kuna
2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms & 1782 SQFT (.38acres)
PARKLIKE SETTING situated within Ashwood Estates—one of Kuna’s most desirable communities featuring large homesites & pride of ownership! Brand new HVAC and water heater, updated roof, high efficiency windows, modernized fixtures and newer kitchen appliances!! Interior features include vaulted ceilings, a gas fireplace, prefinished flooring, ceiling fans, an abundance of storage space, designer paint colors and family room plus office, flex or potential 4th bedroom. The kitchen holds recessed lighting, stainless streel appliances, breakfast bar & pantry while the spacious master retreat contains dual vanities, tile flooring and a large walk-in closet.
Manicured exterior grounds presenting mature landscaping with concrete curbing, a cozy front porch, 3 storage sheds, raised garden beds, back patio with gas bbq stub, built-in fire pit, room for RV parking & a tranquil sitting area set next to the seasonal and slow moving irrigation waterway accessed through the gated back fence. Amazing opportunity—call today!
Priced at only $467,000 or just $121 per square foot!
Please visit https://sunnyskies.media/1164-W-Ash to view interior/exterior photos along with the virtual walk-through of this home!
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Metal roofs are becoming increasingly popular because of their durability, low maintenance costs, and energy efficiency. However, there are several factors to consider before making the decision to install a metal roof. While metal roofing is a great option for many people, it isn’t right for everyone. It will be important to consider your wants, needs, and desired aesthetic whenever making home improvement decisions. Thus, if you’re thinking about installing a metal roof, here’s a quick guide to help you decide if it’s right for you.
What Is Metal Roofing?
Metal roofing is a type of roofing that uses metal panels for its roof covering. These panels can be used on flat roofs, low sloped roofs, and steeply pitched roofs.
Steel and Aluminum Rooftops
The most common type of metal roof used today is aluminum. This material has been around since the 1930s but was only recently introduced into residential applications. In fact, steel-based materials have been in use for over 100 years! Both types of metals can provide excellent protection against weather elements such as rain, snow, hail, wind, sun, heat, cold, etc. They also offer an attractive appearance that complements any style or architectural design.
Why Should I Consider Installing an Energy Efficient Metal Roof?
Energy efficient, metal roofs are designed to reduce heating and cooling loads by up to 50% compared to traditional asphalt shingle roofs. When installed properly, these roofs can save homeowners money each year through lower utility bills. Additionally, they may qualify for tax credits from local governments.
Are There Any Advantages or Disadvantages to Using Metal Roofing?
When deciding if metal roofing is the right choice for your home, it is important to consider both the pros and cons of using this material. A fuller understanding of both will allow you to determine if the benefits outweigh the risks in view of your preferences and needs. Even though metal is a wonderful roofing material, as with everything in life, it will not be what everyone is looking for. Here are some things to keep in mind, when making your decision:
Advantage – Durability & Low Maintenance
One advantage of metal roofing is that it lasts longer than other roofing systems. Unlike wood shake roofs which require regular painting and staining, metal roofs last decades without requiring additional upkeep. Furthermore, unlike tile roofs, metal roofs won’t crack or chip.
Disadvantage – Appearance
A disadvantage of metal roofs is that they tend to look more industrial than traditional styles. Many consumers prefer the aesthetics of slate, clay, cedar shakes, and stone over the appearance of metal.
Advantage – Lower Utility Bills
Another benefit of metal roofs is that they reduce your energy consumption. This is because metal roofs reflect sunlight away from buildings, allowing homes to stay cooler during the hot summer months.
Disadvantage – Cost
Although metal roofs cost less than some other options available, this doesn’t mean that they are inexpensive. On average, installation costs range between $3-$5 per square foot. If you plan to add a second story onto your house, expect to pay even higher prices.
How Do I Know Which Type of Metal Roof Is Best for My Needs?
When choosing a metal roof, it’s best to start with what you want out of your new roof. What do you need it to accomplish? How much space does it cover? Will it protect your property from extreme temperatures? Does it complement your current architecture? Once you’ve answered those questions, you will be better equipped to decide if metal roofing is an option for you.
If you’d like to learn more about how metal roofs work, contact a reputable roofing company to have your questions addressed and ensure you make the right choice for your home and lifestyle!
Consider the questions below to further assist you in deciding if metal roofing could be right for you.
Do I Need to Replace Old Asphalt Shingles Before Installing New Metal Panels?
No. You don’t need to replace old asphalt shingles to add a new metal roof. If you do choose to remove them, make sure to dispose of them responsibly so that no hazardous chemicals get released into the environment.
How Much Does Installation of a Metal Roof Cost?
Installation prices vary depending upon the size of your project, how much work is involved, and whether you hire professionals or attempt a DIY job. Typically, installation costs range between $3-$5 per square foot.
While there are many benefits to installing a metal roof over an older style roof, one thing most people forget is that not all metals can be used interchangeably. In fact, certain types of metal will perform better under specific conditions than others. This means that if you’re planning on adding a metal roof to your home, you should consider several factors before making any decisions. Here are three things to keep in mind:
1) Material Selection
There are two main categories of metal roofing material: galvanized steel and aluminum. Both offer similar performance characteristics, although each offers its own advantages and disadvantages. Galvanized steel is typically cheaper than aluminum, while aluminum tends to hold up well against harsh weather elements such as snow and ice.
2) Design Considerations
Metal roofing systems come in various shapes and sizes. There are flat sheet designs, standing seam styles, and corrugated products which resemble cardboard boxes. Each type of system requires unique considerations regarding design and application. Flat sheet systems require less labor during installation because they simply slide onto the top surface of the structure without having to cut holes through the roof deck. Standing seams are designed to mimic the appearance of wood shakes by creating small gaps along the length of the panel. Corrugated systems are made from thin pieces of plastic that create ridges across the entire product. These allow water to drain off easily, but also add weight to the roof. It all comes down to your preferences.
3) Application Requirements
When selecting a metal roof, you may find yourself faced with multiple choices. Do you install the roof directly above the original roof, or do you build a separate support structure first? Should you use screws or nails to attach the panels together? How much overlap between adjacent panels does it take for them to form a continuous barrier? Once you’ve decided how you want to apply your new roof, make sure you hire someone who knows exactly how to go about doing so, as it is essential that any metal roofing system is installed properly to avoid leaks. You don’t want to end up spending more money fixing problems down the road!
Now that you’ve discovered the wonders of metal roofing, do you think it could be right for you? If you still have questions or are ready to take the next step, call an experienced roofing company today, so you can choose the right roof for you!
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Mortgages are some of the most complicated loans that you can get, and they include a number of associated fees. While a good lender, mortgage broker, or real estate agent will explain mortgage fees to you before the closing, many borrowers still find themselves surprised at the total cost.
Matthew Le Baron, now an agent in Boise, Idaho, with 17 years of experience, remembers when he bought his first home before becoming a real estate agent.
“Iwas aware of the down payment. At the closing, my eyes went wide, and I had to step out to catch my breath because I hadn’t been aware of the fees.”
Here’s a primer on what they are and whether it’s possible to get them waived. Know what you’re paying for when you buy your house!
Loan origination fees
The loan origination fees are often the largest set of fees you’ll pay on your loan. The total amount of originations fee will vary depending on your lender or broker, but they can range anywhere between 0% and 3% of the loan amount (3% is generally the cap for all “origination” fees on the average mortgage loan).
As a category, any fee charged by and paid to the lender and/or mortgage broker for making or “originating” your loan are considered “origination fees.” While the amounts of all of these fees may be itemized and can vary, the total of them, in aggregate, cannot exceed 3% of the loan amount on most loans.
Some lenders will charge separate, itemized fees, such as funding fees, underwriting fees, and processing fees. Most of these fees will be paid at the time your loan closes, but there are also certain specific origination fees that you may see earlier in the loan process, such as …
With some lenders, you can expect to pay an application fee up to $500 when applying for a mortgage. This fee isn’t refundable because it covers tasks that the lender must complete, whether or not they approve you for a loan.
These administrative expenses could include paying someone to process your paperwork or to research and confirm your answers to questions on the application. But not all lenders charge an application fee, so it’s worth it to shop around.
Rate lock fee
After they have approved your loan, some lenders may require you to pay a rate lock fee. This fee locks in your interest rate for a specified time, which protects you from interest rate increases while you’re home shopping.
It’s a good idea to ask about a rate lock if you expect your home search to take longer than 60 days, or if experts predict that the Federal Reserve might raise rates soon. Some lenders may not charge you a rate lock fee upfront, but then could charge a rate lock fee if you’re unable to find a home and close your loan during the initial lock period and will need an extension to keep your locked rate.
Mortgage broker fee
Mortgage brokers work as a middleperson on your behalf to find you a loan that suits your needs from their network of lenders. They help pull together documents and other information that lenders require to apply for a mortgage, then do the work of shopping around to find loan programs that work for you.
If you choose to use a mortgage broker, the broker will receive a mortgage broker fee. Either you or the lender will pay the mortgage broker, but never both.
The term “points” might be used to describe two different kinds of fees: either “origination points” or discount points.
A “point” is simply a way to describe 1% of the mortgage’s total amount. You may find a lender’s origination fee expressed as “origination points,” or a fee that is usually between 1% and 2% of the loan amount (in other words, one to two points). These origination points would also be included in the 3% fee cap on origination fees that applies to most mortgage loans.
“Discount points,” on the other hand, are prepaid interest; paying them upfront reduces your loan’s interest rate, thus lowering your monthly payment. Most lenders that offer discount points will allow you to pay 1% for one point, which will reduce your mortgage interest rate by around 0.25%.
These discount points, so long as they are paid to actually reduce your rate, are generally not considered an “origination fee” and therefore are excluded from the 3% fee total.
The origination fees charged on your loan can vary widely from lender to lender. Some lenders may charge more in itemized origination fees, but then perhaps will offer lower rates. Other lenders may have slightly higher rates, but then charge lower lender fees. You may find a lender that has slightly higher origination charges, but competitive rates, and the slightly higher fee is justified because the service they provide is excellent. And you may find that using a mortgage broker works best for you so they can shop around on your behalf.
Because the fees and rates that a lender or mortgage broker can charge can vary so widely, it is always a great idea to shop around for the best rate and fee structure that works for you. Never be afraid to ask the licensed loan originator you are working with to explain their fees and rates, and your lender should provide you with a Loan Estimate when requested, so you have a standardized form you can use to compare lenders.
Other fees paid to your lender
There are other fees you’ll have to pay your lender that aren’t directly involved with originating the loan.
If your house closes on the 18th, but your first payment isn’t due until the 30th, interest will still accrue on your loan during that period. You will need to prepay for accrued loan interest at closing.
Government program fees
If you opt for a government-backed loan program, like an FHA or VA loan, you will likely have to pay certain fees connected with these loans at close. For example, FHA loans require an upfront mortgage insurance payment, currently 1.75% of the loan amount. And VA loans include a separate VA funding fee that can vary based on your circumstances.
This premium purchases the loan’s mortgage insurance for the loan’s lifetime, rather than amortizing it and including it with your monthly mortgage payments.
If you’re taking over a seller’s assumable mortgage, you will have to pay a fee. (It would only be worthwhile to take over an assumable mortgage if it has a lower interest rate than current market rates, in which case the fee would likely be worth the long-term savings.)
Mortgage lenders and mortgage brokers aren’t the only entities involved in issuing a mortgage. There are other players in the game who will also need to be paid for their participation.
In some states, you’ll hire an attorney to look over your closing paperwork or other loan documents. Attorneys typically charge by the hour, which can make this expense hard to predict.
In Massachusetts, buyers pick their attorney, which senior loan officer Philip Ganz, who has 19 years of experience in the Boston area, says leads to wild swings in cost.
Mortgages are secured loans, meaning that there is an asset backing the loan. Your house is the asset that secures your mortgage, and it must have enough value to pay off the loan if the bank had to foreclose. The bank will hire an appraiser during the mortgage approval process to estimate the value of your potential new home, and they pass the appraiser’s fee onto you, the buyer.
Before closing, a title company must perform a title search. This search investigates any possible outstanding claims against the title, which could cause major issues down the road. If someone else had a claim to the home you bought, it could lead to lawsuits as ownership gets hashed out in court.
The title search fee runs around $200, and in addition to it, you will have to purchase lender’s title insurance. This insurance protects the lender’s asset, the home, if someone files a claim against it.
Lender’s title insurance doesn’t protect the buyer, which is why you should also consider owner’s title insurance. An owner’s policy covers items such as mistakes in examining records, errors or omissions in deeds, undisclosed heirs, or forgery related to your home’s title.
Whether it’s a title agent, escrow company, or other settlement agent who is conducting your closing, they will likely charge you fees for settlement, escrow services, closing, and so on. Be prepared to also see notary fees, document prep fees, and other fees connected with the signing of your documents and final closing of your loan.
Transfer taxes, government fees, and recording fees
You will also likely see fees for recording, transfer taxes, or other local government fees attached to the closing of your home.
What fees can you negotiate?
After learning about mortgage fees, many homebuyers’ next question is: How many of these are negotiable? Some fees will not be negotiable, but you can always ask if the lender is willing to waive an application fee or if the mortgage broker will accept a lower commission.
In some markets, you may be able to ask the seller to pay closing costs. Le Baron has seen this work when the buyer increases the offer price by $6,000 in exchange for the seller paying $6,000 of their closing costs.
He warns that the caveat to this approach is that “you may run into appraisal concerns because you’re essentially rolling those costs into the loan.” When you increase the total purchase price, the home still has to pass the appraisal.
Commonly negotiable fees include:
Loan origination/underwriting fees
Mortgage rate lock fees
Mortgage broker’s commission
And even if the lender’s fees are fixed and they aren’t willing to negotiate, remember, you always have the right to shop around and compare fees. Ask each lender to provide you with a Loan Estimate of fees based on your scenario and compare them.
Should you really worry about mortgage fees?
In the long run, mortgage fees are a drop in the bucket when compared to a home’s total cost. If you’re hung up on paying these fees, however, Le Baron advises that you take a step back.
Borrowing money “to purchase a house is not free,” he says. “When purchasing a hard asset like a home, you’re not paying rent any longer, and you’re planning to live there an extended amount of time. You will make up those fees.”
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1318 Virginia Circle Nampa, ID 83687
4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms & 3833 SQFT (.76 acres)
Minutes to the Freeway!
Welcome to the coveted Virginia Hills Community—one of Nampa’s most prestigious communities featuring breathtaking views & situated just minutes to the freeway! Have you been looking for country club homes for sale? Well, look no further! This well-laid out interior floor plan presenting a grand entry, spacious bedrooms, vaulted ceilings, 2 gas fireplaces, recessed lighting & abundance of living space. The chef’s kitchen features dual ovens, a middle island with gas range, granite countertops courtesy of resurfacing cabinets CA, breakfast bar, pantry & pendant lighting while the over-sized master retreat holds a charming sitting area, vaulted ceilings, double vanities, an enormous walk-in closet with built-in ironing board and a step-out deck offering views of the Boise Front. The day-light basement contains brand new carpet, paint & fixtures! Exterior features include nearly 1000 sqft of outdoor entertainment space, mature landscaping, RV parking with dual access gates & a 1220 sqft garage! New HVAC (with high quality dehumidifier) & H2O heater in 2014. Too many amenities to list!
Priced at only $467,000 or just $121 per square foot!
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707 10th Ave South Nampa, ID 83651 4 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms & 2368 SQFT
Impeccable head to toe remodel while preserving the charm & character of the era! Updated plumbing, electrical, brand-new replacement windows, floor coverings & paint, and of course a brand-new and top of the line air conditioning installation. Winter is rolling around so we made sure it wasn’t in need of any heating repair or a heating system installation. It’s been confirmed to be in perfect running condition, and should withstand for many years to come. Original wood flooring, timeless finish work, tile, built-in storage, upstairs loft/office and a cast iron claw foot tub within the main level bath. Since the house has decentralized air conditioning, you might need to Check this out for Air Duct Cleaning in Austin every three months or so. The kitchen features marble countertops, rolling island, drop down lighting, an apron sink and only the best stainless steel appliances from unclutterer.
Low maintenance exterior grounds containing a 30×24 detached shop w/unfinished upstairs bonus room, 220 power & plumbed by Whitton Plumbing services for a bathroom along with a storage container with welding station, large back patio, raised garden beds, mature landscaping with ornamentals, room for RV parking & fire pit. Too many amenities to list! Call today for additional information or to schedule your own private viewing. Please see additional photos w/in the photo tour.
Priced at only $212,500!
An approximate monthly payment at the asking price of $212,500 while placing 3.75% down (3.5% interest rate—taxes and insurance included) would be at or around $1,080 per month.
Please visit https://trustidaho.com/property-search/#PropertyID=1030990118 to view detailed information and additional photos of this home or click the following link to view the photo tour: http://www.tourfactory.com/1813474
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roof4228 S Raintree Nampa, ID 83686
2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Office/Den & 1805 SQFT
Thanks to our partners that are fully equipped to provide a Structural Steel Erector with the help of an industrial provider that has equipment like an air cannon, we have for you this BRAND NEW & situated on a private corner lot in one of Nampa’s most desirable communities and within eyesight of Lake Ridge Elementary! This one is built to last and withstand. The luxurious interior holds a great room designed floor plan (perfect for entertaining) featuring deluxe engineered flooring throughout along with vaulted ceilings/9′ ceilings, pre-finished flooring, Sun Valley texture with designer paint colors (all the painting done by professional residential painter), a large office/den, soaking sink within the laundry room & transom windows which bring in an abundance of natural light. This house was made with a scaffolding construction. The design of the house is inspired by the beautiful home designs by 101 residential as their homes are designed in a way that they match every single requirement which a buyer could think of. The chef’s kitchen presents high-end stainless steel appliances (with a warranty from the best home warranty companies in Florida), a large pantry plus an abundance of cabinetry & a middle island/breakfast bar while the spacious master retreat contains dual vanities, tile flooring, a tiled walk-in shower, recessed lighting & a substantial walk-in closet. as the only 100% Australian-made machine designed for various applications featuring an additional fourth axis for automatic tool changes including special tools such as Flat washers, Chucks, Angle heads and Collets.
Fully fenced exterior grounds thanks to the custom home construction company (full landscaping package) offering an E facing covered back Trex deck, auto sprinklers, and rock beds. We hired an overhead crane service to work on the 50-year architectural roof. That means you will have the peace of mind that it was recently renovated by a top notch roofing contractor recently. A Gutter Screen System (characteristics, materials, technology used to be found at Transition Roofing) and a finished extra deep over-sized garage (27′ deep).
Priced at only $224,500—an excellent buy for new construction! Ask your financial advisor– they will tell you it’s a steal. After all, it has an approximate monthly payment at the asking price of $244,000 while placing 3.5% down (3.5% interest rate—taxes and insurance included) would be at or around $1,340 per month.
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No back yard neighbors and a huge 5+ car garage are just a couple of features in this custom home. We contacted a highly professional garage door replacement service that was up to the task, and installed some state-of-the-art garage doors for this awesome garage. If elbow room is what you are after you will find it in this country setting.
Enjoy the East facing patio partially covered and a built in firepit. Inside you will see many beautiful features including the stone entertainment center. Master bedroom /bath features large walk-in closet with laundry room. Upstairs features bonus room, full bath and bedroom with its own laundry room/walk in closet. Set up for dual zone HVAC if new owner wishes to install. Home has many custom features such as very large pantry, upper and lower laundry rooms and much more.
Priced at only $334,500!!
An approximate monthly payment at the asking price of $244,000 while placing 3.5% down (3.5% interest rate—taxes and insurance included) would be at or around $1,340 per month.
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3124 Ginger Lane Nampa, ID 83686 4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms & 2992 SQFT
One Word . . . Amazing!
Relax & take in the stunning lake views upon entering this quiet country community featuring pride of ownership & upscale estates! Well-appointed & built with quality in mind by Kinzler Builders. I must say that the ac repair houston tx experts are the best as they made sure that the heat did not bother us inside the house. Private cul-de-sac location, stunning views with no back neighbors & shop ready! Interior amenities include an inviting entry, hardwood & tile throughout, luxurious finish work, granite, an abundance of built-in storage, recessed lighting, central vacuum & a large upstairs bonus room with bed & bath—perfect for guests. The spacious kitchen holds durable Corian counter tops, stainless steel appliances from the local business Dewaard & Bode, breakfast bar, HVAC (with a repair service), a large pantry, tile back splash & wainscoting while the main level master retreat contains recessed lighting, granite, dual vanities & a large walk-in closet.
Fully fenced exterior grounds featuring mature landscaping, an E facing covered back patio, on of the most amazing and welcoming decks you have ever seen! As for the front, a cozy front porch, concrete curbing & a finished/over-sized garage –too many amenities to list! See additional photos within the photo tour.
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1962 W Deep Creek Nampa, ID 83686
4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Bathrooms & 2449 SQFT
Move-in ready & situated within a private cul-de-sac location with no immediate back neighbors. Interior features include pre-finished hardwood, tile & granite along with 9′ ceilings, a 2-story entry, large upstairs bonus room, recessed lighting, oversized bedrooms & transom windows bringing in an abundance of natural light. The spacious kitchen holds stainless steel appliances, a corner pantry & breakfast bar while the main level master retreat contains dual vanities, tub plus shower & a large walk-in closet.
The partially fenced exterior grounds hold a covered back patio with gas stub, a big pool, mature landscaping & a cozy front porch. Plumbed for central vac, ceiling fans, neutral paint colors, an abundance of storage–too many amenities to list! Here you can view info and additional photos within the photo tour.
Priced at only $244,000—just $99 per square foot!
An approximate monthly payment at the asking price of $244,000 while placing 3.5% down (3.5% interest rate—taxes and insurance included) would be at or around $1,340 per month-why rent?!?
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Like new & situated within one of Eagle’s finest communities located just minutes to downtown Boise. Interior features include an updated chef’s kitchen with stainless steel appliances (including double oven), granite counter tops, a middle island, pantry & breakfast bar. Additional amenities include refinished hardwood flooring, recessed lighting, a gas fireplace, central vacuum, office plus flex room & an abundance of natural light. The over-size main level master retreat holds indirect lighting, a sitting area, large walk-in closet & tile/travertine. Below grade you will find an substantial rec room with surround sound, a kitchenette & an abundance of built-in storage.
The professionally manicured & fully fenced exterior grounds (1 acre) hold mature landscaping, wrought iron fencing, a covered back patio & room for RV parking. See additional photos w/in photo tour! Priced at only $515,900!
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