One of the most closely watched pieces of legislation in our industry — digital mortgage closings — could become federal law very soon. Even as we collectively continue the waiting game, Fidelity National Title is once again ahead of the curve.
You’ve always known Fidelity National Title as a local company backed by the power of a national brand.
That brand — Fidelity National Financial — just received one of its biggest accolades yet.
Builders, we know you are beyond crunched for time — which is why we’re partnering with Fruitland-based Sekady Capital to streamline and automate some of the most time-consuming administrative tasks you face.
Back when I was in production, my entire career centered around consistent communication. I would create systems for my clients so they knew exactly when and how each step of their transaction was unfolding — no last-minute phone calls, panicked text messages, or worried emails.
I wish I had inHere back then.
You’ve seen fashion magazines that advise what to keep, toss, or store from season to season, right? (As someone with quite a few women in my household, I can freely admit that I have.) As we start this spring — which also happens to be a full year since the pandemic hit Idaho — it’s time to take stock of what we have in our pandemic work closets. What will we continue to use and love day-to-day?
About this time last year, I was planning and forecasting for a banner year — and, in fact, most of the first quarter of 2020 lived up to my expectations.
We all know what happened next.
When I look at national home building and selling trends, there’s always a caveat listed: These numbers apply everywhere except Idaho.
If you feel like you’re just barely staying afloat in this dynamic market, it’s time to build your own life raft with market stats.
A flurry of surveys about how the pandemic has changed buying habits dropped last month, contributing to a growing body of evidence that the housing market is nothing like it was even a year ago.
The Treasure Valley housing market has smashed every expectation for yet another month, and I am in the very weird place of sounding like a broken record of optimism.