2022 Boise Idaho Real Estate Blog

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Sep 09

Considering the state of the country 18 months ago, it is amazing how much the nation’s economy has bounced back from the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Idaho has fared especially well, ranking near the top of individual state GDP growth since 2020.


May 17

Trey Langford interviews Misty Fisher about moving to Boise from the Seattle area.


Apr 29

Check out our interview with Misty Fisher, part of the Build Idaho team. She moved here from the Seattle area and loves it! Maybe you should take a leap of faith and make Boise your home.


Mar 23

As they say on Marketplace, NPR’s economics update segment, “Let’s do the numbers.” This market report will show how much Boise, Idaho and Idaho, in general, have grown since the beginning of 2020 and how our local real estate market has exceeded expectations in the face of the Coronavirus.


Oct 21

If you have kids, they are one of the biggest factors to consider when purchasing a new home (if not the number one factor). Whether you need another bedroom or more space to play, there are plenty of reasons to consider the needs of your children when deciding to move. Even if you don't have kids, your neighbor’s kids can have an influence on where you live (in a very positive way).


Dec 17

Californians keep coming to Idaho in droves, according to a recent study of the country’s most popular interstate moving routes released by STORAGECafé, a nationwide self-storage marketplace. Last year alone, more than 21,000 Californians moved to Idaho, which represents 26% of the almost 80,000 people that made the Gem State their home in 2018.

Californians are the country’s most active interstate movers – last year, almost 700,000 of them packed their bags and headed toward other states, including Texas, Arizona, Washington State, Nevada, and, obviously, Idaho. The most common reasons for leaving California include the expense and availability of housing, the high cost of living, taxes and natural disasters.


Aug 28

Buying a home is a major milestone in a person’s life. There are a lot of steps to take to ensure the process goes as smoothly as possible, making it exciting, daunting, and stressful all at the same time. Follow these steps when looking to buy a house. These are not all of the steps you have to take. But, these steps will help you build your credit, put you in touch with the right people, and (most importantly) help save you money.


Mar 29

Sometimes, it’s difficult to identify what, exactly, is making you feel stressed. Knowing why you’re stressed gives you an objective, something tangible you can correct. There are the usual factors that most of us identify with stress: work, money, family, weight, etc. However, the reason is sometimes closer, something that surrounds you every day but gets taken for granted. If your home has ceased to be a refuge, and if you feel anxious instead of rested in your own house, you could be suffering the emotional effects of clutter.


Feb 08

The Boise area is a great place to live, work and visit at any time of the year. From the cultural festivals to recreational opportunities or if you just enjoy the friendly people. Many resients enjoy the mild weather but it is the quality of life that is second to none. Good jobs, affordable housing and a safe, clean and vibrant downtown all add up to a great place to live.


Jul 18

For many reasons, summer is one of the most popular times of the year to move. After all, the kids are out of school, and work is slow because everyone at the office seems to be revolving in and out on vacation. This is especially true for families moving long distance.


Dec 13

Here is a step by step guide to moving into your new home.


Aug 15

How should you decide if you should live in the city or in a rural area? Does living in a certain place really make you happier? See the video!


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