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Partner | REALTOR®

Hello, my name is Matt Weston and I have been a Realtor, investor, and residential "infill" developer for 20 years here in the Treasure Valley. I have extensive experience in all phases of residential real estate with light commercial sales. My goal is to deliver a stress free experience based on an in-depth understanding of the local market conditions and create a mission strategy to achieve the "best case scenario" for my clientele. I am proud to say my clientele base consists of very successful local builders, developers, investors, re-modeler's, and many families that have made a multitude of successful transactions with me over the years. Because of them, I am an Ada County "Lifetime Circle of Excellence" Top Producer, and have been able to sustain success throughout all of the extreme market conditions of the last 20 years.

I strive to keep a balanced business book for my team that includes marketing re-sale properties, new construction, managing new subdivisions, and consulting & participation in new residential "infill" developments. We also provide note worthy real estate "Prospecting" for off market real estate to our buyers and investors. My personal passion is in the re-development and construction of Boise's older neighborhoods with my business partners Shiloh Builders, Cook Brothers Construction, Sustainable Homes of Idaho, K.D. Kolnes Construction, and Hornet Construction.

I am originally from Carson City NV, but came to Boise in 1994 to play football at Boise State. My work ethic was forged through my life long experience in team sports but especially college athletics.  Some of my most memorable experiences during this time were winning multiple conference championships at the perpetually nationally ranked Butte J.C. in Chico CA, and earning the conference defensive player of the year with All-America honors. In 1994 Pokey Allen gave me the opportunity to come to Boise State to start on the defensive line & earn my public affairs degree. Our team also went on to win a Big Sky Conference championship and reached the 1994 1AA National Championship. Overall, I learned that you can not do great things all by yourself, you always need help. And by always tying to help the others around you, you will find your success!

I spend my free-time with my kids, family, and friends and we are always trying to do something fun. Work hard and play hard!