Since 1980, Realty Management Associates, Inc., has been providing property management services to single-family homes and small multiplex properties in Bloise and nearby areas. Our 40 years of experience has enabled us to offer superior property strategies to maximize the profit of your investment.
We pride ourselves on our customer service and our successful property management skillset. We cover everything from rental payments to tenant screening so you can rest easy as your property thrives!
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Boise is a regional hub for jazz, theater, and indie music. The Gene Harris Jazz Festival is hosted in Boise each spring. Several theater groups operate in the city, including the Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Boise Little Theatre, Boise Contemporary Theater, and Prairie Dog Productions. The Treefort Music Fest in early March features emerging bands.
The present-day location of Caldwell is along a natural passageway to the Inland and Pacific Northwest. Indigenous peoples from the west coast, north Idaho and Colorado would come to the banks of the Boise River to trade with the European colonists. The colonists soon learned to follow the paths left by Indigenous peoples, and they later put in place their own name for the paths: the Oregon Trail. Colonists followed the now-hardened routes to seek a better life in the Oregon Territory.
Eagle is a city in Ada County, Idaho. Due to growth in the Boise metropolitan area, Eagle has become increasingly suburban in recent years. Nevertheless, it’s still known for its many hiking trails, a beach along the riverside for swimming, and golf courses.
Kuna originated as a railroad stop with coach transport to Boise. It is popularly believed, as cited by the Kuna Chamber of Commerce, that the translation of the name “Kuna” means “the end of the trail.” However, Charles S. Walgamott cites the origin of the name as a Shoshone Indigenous word meaning “green leaf, good to smoke.” The Western Heritage Historic Byway, designated as a national as well as a state scenic byway, travels around a number of historic sites in the area.
The town of Meridian was established in 1891 on the Onweiler farm, north of the present site, and was called Hunter. Two years later, an I.O.O.F. lodge was organized and called itself Meridian because it was located on the Boise Meridian, and the town was renamed. The Settlers’ Irrigation Ditch of 1892 changed the arid region into a productive farming community which was incorporated in 1902.
Middleton was named for its location between the old fort Boise and Keeney’s Ferry, it being the midpoint between the two. It served as a rest stop for those heading for Keeney’s Ferry. It had a stage station in the early days of the Oregon Trail, a post office in 1866, and a water-powered gist mill in 1871.
Nampa began its life in the early 1880s when the Oregon Short Line Railroad built a line from Granger, Wyoming, to Huntington, Oregon, which passed through Nampa. More lines sprang up running through Nampa, making it a very important railroad town. After only a year of the railroad being built, the town had grown from 15 homes to 50. As new amenities were added to the town, Nampa continued its growth into the successful town it is today, having been incorporated in 1890.
Star is a city in northwestern Ada County, Idaho. It was named in the 19th century by travelers on their way to Middleton and Boise who used the star on the schoolhouse to find east and west. The name stuck and it became Star, Idaho. Today it is a growing town west of Boise and its schools are shared with Middleton School District and West Ada School District.