Emmett Idaho Home Values

When people think of Emmett, three things normally pop into their head: the famous Emmett Cherry Festival, Black Canyon Reservoir and Squaw Butte. Over the last decade, Emmett has been a place for people looking for more of a small town feel and homes with acreage. Emmett is about a half hour drive to Eagle and less than an hour to downtown Boise, making it a popular commuter town. Emmett also runs along the Payette River, which is a popular spot for fishing and rafting.

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Emmett Home Prices Breakdown by Area


  New Construction Existing Homes
Emmett $520,000 $275,500
*source Intermountain MLS


Emmett is a valley just outside the Boise Metro area. The area is known for fruit tree farms, Black Canyon Reservoir, and the Payette River.  has seen incredible growth in the price of homes. One of the biggest draws to the town is the Emmett CHerry Festival, which draws thousands of people to the town to pick buckets of cherries. It is a beloved family event. Emmett is the furthest major city from Boise but the appeal of country living in a growing community is strong. Homes for sale in Emmett are now receiving multiple offers on average and sell in around 17 days now compared to 46 the previous year. The median sale price of a home in Emmett was $295,900 in 2020, up 19.10% from 2019.


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Emmett Idaho Median Home Price Trends


The Emmett real estate market has changed dramatically in the last 3 years. What was once a place people went to be far away from Boise is now the next bedside community. The commute is now considered the normal drive you make to the far side of Treasure Valley to have more space and quietness away from the urban center.