Shane is a California native who spent his younger years playing on the Wood River baseball summer team. Though he just recently called this valley home, Shane spent plenty of time hiking and snowboarding all over these mountains in between his football seasons. A three year starting quarterback for East Carolina University, a short stint with the Chicago Bears and season’s in Germany, Canada and the Arena League round out Shane’s first career.
He uses his commitment and work ethic he learned... read more
Heidi Hogan has been a full-time resident of Ketchum since 1990; however, her ties to the valley began as a child when she would visit her grandmother, Ann Sothern, who had a home here since the 1940s. She truly enjoys the many rewards of living here; natural beauty, outstanding arts and amenities, a healthy environment, and best of all, a small caring community.A strong believer in the power of positive thinking in the workplace, Heidi likes to get people excited about the things she is excited about! In 200... read more
Most of you have probably heard the buzz about Marie Kondo's new Netflix series, Tidying Up, where the tidying expert helps families simplify and organize their lives. Since the show aired there has been a significant movement of influencers and brands promoting the idea of simplifying your life. I for one am beyond excited about it. I love seeing products, resources and ideas surrounding minimalism. The notion that creating simplicity in your life brings joy, reduces stress, and allows you ... read more
2018 was an exciting year for real estate in the Wood River Valley, with sales bypassing the 1,000 mark for the first time since 2005! While this is exciting news, what’s even better is that the Sun Valley Market has shown steady growth over the past three years, which has helped keep fears of another bubble at bay. Consistent and steady growth, especially in a resort market like ours, is ideal for any market and helps both buyers and sellers.
Our office has put together a detailed report on the 2018 Sun Vall... read more
Are you curious about what the 2019 Real Estate market will look like? Housing prices have had a significant increase over the last couple of years. In 2018 alone, there was an increase in home prices of around 5.6%, but as most people have noticed, the real estate craze started to slow down towards the end of the year. What does this mean for 2019? Experts are projecting that though there is a softening in the market, there will still be an increase in home prices, it will just be at a ... read more