Jenna Nash

Real Estate Specialist

Fathom Realty - Boise

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About Jenna Nash

As a Boise area native, I am your Treasure Valley specialist! No matter your lifestyle preference, whether it is a more rural feel or in town, the valley has something for everyone! From within the city, there are many opportunities to get outside and enjoy nature from our Whitewater Park along the greenbelt to our hiking trails in the foothills of Boise and Eagle. We even have acreage properties throughout the valley for those who prefer a little elbow room!

I am committed to the highest level of professional service and keeping your needs at the forefront. Honesty, integrity, personalized service and knowledge of the market are the cornerstones of my business. No matter what phase of life you are in, I would be honored to help you smoothly navigate the process of buying or selling a home. I am a full service, full time Real Estate professional who works tirelessly to make my clients real estate goals and dreams a reality.

When I am not helping people, you can find me hiking in the foothills with my dog, Max, riding my bike on the greenbelt or spending time working in my yard.

Latest Blog Posts

Why Waiting to Buy a Home Could Cost You a Small Fortune

Why Waiting to Buy a Home Could Cost You a Small FortuneMany people are sitting on the fence trying to decide if now’s the time to buy a home. Some are renters who have a strong desire to

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Home Maintenance Spring Edition!

As winter fades and flowers begin to bloom, it is important to assess and maintain our valuable assets and how they faired during the cold months. Here is a brief list of items to inspect and look

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Boise housing market has Tripled since 2011

According to a recent article by KTVB, the housing market in the Boise metro area more than tripled in value since 2011, the biggest increase of any of the top 100 largest metro areas during that

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Where does Idaho stand in jobs recovery?

This article highlights U.S. states that saw the most dramatic job losses between December 2019 and December 2020. Despite the challenges brought on by the pandemic, Idaho (along with Utah) were the

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