Idaho Realtors endorse Brad Little

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Idaho Realtors have announced their endorsement of Lt. Gov. Brad Little for governor, citing his “Idaho Grown Jobs” plan for economic growth.

“Lt. Gov. Brad Little’s plan to grow Idaho’s economy is straightforward, it is achievable, and it will help keep Idaho’s greatest asset, our children, in the Gem State for generations to come,” Idaho Realtors President Raphael Barta said.

Idaho Realtors especially supports a specific aspect of Little’s plan — first-time home buyer savings accounts — enabling Idahoans to save a portion of their pre-tax income for an eventual down payment on their first home.

Idaho Realtors promotes the business interests of its members, serving more than 8,700 real estate professionals and affiliate businesses in Idaho.

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