2022 Boise Idaho Real Estate Blog

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Sep 10

Build Idaho does a lot of inquiries for new construction and we try to keep our information current, which is tough with all the new construction activity plus developers. We recently updated our North Boise database.
 


Jan 15

Build Idaho just completed a survey of new homes sold by community. Here is a quick look at the most popular communities. What did they do right that drove buyers to pull the trigger?


Nov 30

Several times a year we check to see what new communites there are in each area and then investigate how home prices are changing. See the latest charts


Jan 20

Build Idaho is now updating our New Home Pricing Charts for each community. We now have five years of pricing analytics.


Sep 07

Building Permit Report

After years of builder's asking "when will it be normal again?," it seems we may have found it. Over the last 12 months Ada Count has produced over 2,500 building permits which is very much in line with historical patterns and growth of the Treasure Valley. Canyon County is normally a third to one half of the Boise Market and seems to be gaining momentum. Building lots still seems to be the primary concern of builders as opportunity is limited by inventory and many subdivisions are comprised of exclusive builder teams. Several subdivisions are coming on board in the near future although no one is predicting lot prices to drop.


Jul 18

In this community tour we take a closer look at Hazelwood Village in SW Boise.


May 18

What Subdivisions provided the most value to home buyers in the local real estate Market? Read the report to find out.


Feb 06

Build Iaho is adding 2015 new home sales data to community profiles. Here is what home buyers should understand.


Feb 01

One of the most popular questions we get is "How much does it cost to build that home?" Interesting question, the answer may surprise you.


Jan 27

Ever Wonder what new homes sold for, on average, around Boise? Check out one of our latest reports


Oct 06

There is no question new home are way cooler than used. Okay, we wiil admit that old homes with history are pretty neat and there are many unique homes that are pretty cool. But as a general rule- New Home are way Cooler!


Jan 29

Mill District Square is a community with the look and feel of the north end in Boise or even a Harris Ranch. Within on mile there is the Boise River, Greenbelt, Lucky 13 Restaurant, Shakepeare Fetival and Bow Crossing. Also, you can be at Lucky Peak Resevoir in about 10 minutes.


Jan 21

Recently, Build Idaho interviewed Ray Westmoreland of Wood Windows, Inc. about today's windows and choices.


Jun 13

So you are looking to move across twown or re-locate to Boise and can't decide what to do in terms of buying a home? Consider a new home.


Apr 26

Tiffane Falvey of Hubble Homes talks about her experience working with Home Buyers.

Jan 25

Learn more about new homes in Boise Idaho than your Realtor knows in this comprehensive guide to how home buyers spent their money in 2012.

Jan 24

Okay, do but just remember it is a relative # in real estate.

Sep 10

What Is Aging In Place? Simply put, aging-in-place is the term given when people, particularly seniors, choose, or desire to remain living in their home whilst continuing to mature.

Jul 27

What options are looking attractive to home buyers looking to build custom homes in Boise Idaho?

Jul 26

Today's new homes offer more benefits than ever before. Here's a quick list of the Top 10 Reasons why so many home buyers prefer new homes to used houses:

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