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    Boise Premier Real Estate owner Brett Hughes says it took a while to land his first listing of a house priced over $1 million. But young millionaires are buying pricey homes in the Treasure Valley.

Boise Premier Real Estate owner Brett Hughes says it took a while to land his first listing of a house priced over $1 million. But young millionaires are buying pricey homes in the Treasure Valley. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Boise Premier Real Estate owner Brett Hughes says it took a while to land his first listing of a house priced over $1 million. But young millionaires are buying pricey homes in the Treasure Valley. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

No open house for you: How the other half buys and sells high-end Valley homes

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