2022 Boise Idaho Real Estate Blog

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May 30

Charts display average sales prices of new vs existing homes by quarter from 2006 to 1st Quarter 2014.


May 17

Is change coming? Change is always coming but a change I was not expecting is happening now in local real estate.


Feb 10

Some insights on overall 2013 Boise Area real estate statistics


Feb 02

I was reading a blog post  that noted the most important factor in selecting an agent was how much you liked them and the relationship with them. We just want to note it is the last, most important thing.


Jan 23

It would be hard to dispute that home values have recovered quite a bit over the last 2 years now but why?


Jan 10

2013 may have been the first "Normal" year in new construction in a decade but what are the variables to watch out for in 2014? It's going to be dirty.


Dec 17

This month's survey of subdivision includes Boise, Eagle, Nampa, Middleton, Meridian, Caldwell, Star, and surrounding communities. Learn more about average sales prices and price per square foot!


Dec 16

For 6 years, whenever I spoke at seminars or met for roundables about the industry, the topic always hovered around "When will it be normal again?"


Dec 02

Boise Home values increased $20k over 12 months, are we creating another housing bubble?


Nov 21

This months best selling subdivisions can best be described as wide and deep. There were 88 subdivisions competing in October and the majority sold 1 home!


Nov 02

 Boise is noted as one of the best places to live in American, again!


Oct 11

While this is not a political website nor do I want to debate the issues it does create an interesting situation for those in the Idaho Real Estate Market. Should you buy now with the great interest rates or should you wait and see what happens?


Sep 18

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.


Sep 10

Here's the best valuation site on-line!

 


Aug 21

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 consern 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.


Aug 02

The summer is winding down. Soon the kids will be back in school and if you are looking at real estate. it may be a great time to focus in on a new home. Getting started now means that when the kids go back to school you will have more time to meet with interior designers or touring retail stores to see what the latest trends are.


Aug 02

If you are in the market to buy something, many times people research products online to learn more. Why not houses?


Jun 18

Everyone knows the story of real estate and how in 2006 the first signs of the bubble bursting  showed up. Now we have stability and it may even be fair to say that opportunity is gone. Obviously, there is always opportunity but those good deals are not as drastic as they were. As a matter of fact, for 2 years the Boise Idaho Real Estate Market has been strong.


Apr 05

The success of new construction is tied to in-migration. Here is a look at how Boise Idaho and Nampa Areas are growing over the last couple of years.,

Mar 31

Boise Idaho continues to see cash buyers from out of state, the majority being from California, 50% more than Washington. Share on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on Google+Share on LinkedInEmail a friend 2013 Boise Idaho Real Estate Forecast 2013 Boise Idaho Real Estate Forecast Most people migrating to Idaho were from California!

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