2022 Boise Idaho Real Estate Blog

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Feb 05

Check out Build Idaho's chart on the median price of homes plus the number of homes sold with year-over-year % changes.


Feb 22

Last year 92 homes over $1M sold in the Boise area and this year looks to be even hotter!


Feb 22

2016 Most Affordable Subdivisions in Boise Idaho

  Total Sales Average Sales Price Average Price per SqFt 2016 Price Range of Homes
Bluestar 1 $155,900 $155.28    
Lakeridge 8 $171,160 $123.23 $162,5000 to $184,845
Brooke View 1 $173,500 $115.64    
Senator 1 $174,500 $113.83    
51st Street Townhomes 3 $187,387 $113.19 $183,830 to $189,900
Charter Pointe Boise Idaho 19 $187,387 $109.00 $159,990 to $232,440
PEppertree 16 $198,888 $114.61 $162,191 to $249,898
Ustick 7 $195,966 $118.06 $190,808 to $202,450
Alworth Townhomes 3 $200,933 $121.83 $199,900 to $202,900
Hope Ridge 5 $201,600 $125.08 $200,000 to $203,000
*source Intermountain MLS

Dec 04

Although the Idaho real estate collapse started in the first quarter of 2006, Eagle home values continued to rise into 2008. As displayed in this chart, home values declined for 2 years and started ti increase since 2011. Eagle, Idaho is considered one of the premiere zip codes and as long Boise grows and Eagle is considered luxury homes, home values should remain higher than other MLS Areas. Also, if economic growth continues home values should rise. While Eagle, ID has much land to be developed to the west, the core area is mostly developed.


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