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Buying Or Selling A House?

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Alisha Hill

Agent

“Real estate is a powerful thing. Where you live becomes the center of your universe: your “home base” and a place where memories are made. Even an investment property can have a profound effect on your life’s story—when chosen correctly, it becomes long-term financial freedom and a vital part of your well-diversified portfolio. Whether a buyer, a seller, or an investor, I think of my clients as family. You can lean on me—my job is to keep the process fluid, successful, and as low-stress as possible. Not quite ready to buy or sell, but curious about neighborhood options, local schools, my techniques, or current real estate “buzz”? Don’t be shy—I’d love to hear from you! Think of House on the Hill Real Estate as your East Idaho Concierge. If I don’t know the answer, I promise to find it.”

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