Since she was 15, Eagle Front Office Coordinator Payton Thomas has been making regular missionary trips to Africa with her family and other members of Life Church in Meridian.
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We’ve been steadily adding more employees to support you during this incredible boom, and this month we’re pleased to introduce Tatiana Badilla, Mercedes Lilienthal, and Sarah Galloway.
Don’t worry, we’re not talking about a horror film! As the weather warms up, it’s time to tackle your spring cleaning checklist — but after nearly a year at home, “purge” might be a better description. We’ve compiled a handy list that you can reference as you work your way through these annual chores.
As the 2021 Idaho Legislature slides into the final weeks of the session, one of the state’s biggest issues — property taxes — is still on the table. We talked to Mat Erpelding, former legislator and current vice president for government and community relations for the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce, about the bills to watch for as the Legislature draws to a close.
Commercial Sales Executive Allie Suppé has a rep as a top-notch networker. Now, she’s putting her skills to good use for CREW Idaho.
Every year, heart disease claims the lives of more women than all cancers combined. This month, we’re doing our part to help our mothers, wives, sisters, and friends beat the odds by sponsoring the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women campaign.
Every year, BOMA Idaho puts on the biggest commercial real estate event in the state. This year, you can take in every expert panel and market update from the comfort of your own couch — and for free.
Rosie Mustic, our newest escrow assistant, may be new to the FNT Nampa office — but she’s definitely a familiar face.
Back in 2017, the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act (TJCA) made a big change to Section 1031, which allows taxpayers to put off recognition of capital gains and associated federal income tax liability. The change meant that Section 1031 could be applied only to exchanges of real property that were being held for productive use in a trade or business or for investment, or those that were not held primarily for sale.