• Drones Taking Real Estate Marketing to New Heights

    The new rules provide guidance on the various permits and registrations operators will need to obtain, when and where the drones can be used and the requirements for reporting accidents or injuries. It will likely take two years for the rules to be finalized and go into effect.

    Drones Taking Real Estate Marketing to New Heights
  • ACAR Hires New CEO

    The Ada County Association of REALTORS® (ACAR) announces Breanna Vanstrom as the association’s new CEO beginning May 1st.  Ms. Vanstrom replaces Marc Lebowitz who accepted the position as CEO of the Tucson Association of REALTORS® earlier this year.  “With Breanna’s capacity as Chief Operations Officer at 10k Research, a subsidiary of the Minneapolis Assn of… [Continue Reading]

    ACAR Hires New CEO
  • Paint the Town

    2015 Paint the Town is right around the corner! Contact Sarah Kestler directly at 947-7236 team deadline has past but you can still help. Or get involved with the “Buy a Bucket” program

    Paint the Town

Knowledge

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It Pays to take your Education at ACAR

Educational opportunities are available at ACAR!  As an accredited Real Estate School, the Ada County Association of REALTORS offers a variety of informational and CE classes. Check out the Class Schedule for more information on upcoming classes. There are also classes available online.  Learn more on the Online Education page.

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Market Info & Tools

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March Market Report- Starts off Strong

March 2015 is the strongest March we’ve had since 2007. Single-family home sales in March 2015 were 694 in Ada County an increase of % compared to March 2014. YTD total sales are up 14% compared to this time last year; 1,630 homes sold compared to $1,425.

Days on Market for March were 65. That’s slightly down from February and we see it continue to hover around the same number the past few months.

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News & Advocacy

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Drones Taking Real Estate Marketing to New Heights

The new rules provide guidance on the various permits and registrations operators will need to obtain, when and where the drones can be used and the requirements for reporting accidents or injuries. It will likely take two years for the rules to be finalized and go into effect.

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