Boise Idaho

It is no mistake that Boise was just ranked as the 6th best place to live by US News and World! A walk on the greenbelt, a visit to one of the many parks or BAM, the art museum, are fun activities that confirm that 6th may not be high enough! Read More

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Welcome. Find All listings For New Homes And Existing Homes In Boise And The Surrounding Area. Every size, shape, age, color and price. More search options than you will find anywhere else, even master on main level, how many level's and the size of the garage! BoiseRelocation.com 's advanced, instinctual and innate search tools allow you to tap into and research every home available in the Boise MLS. Find all the new homes to the 100 year old northender and everything in between.  

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Boise Downtown Homes For Sale

You will find residential homes of all ages, New Homes, Acreage PropertiesCondos and Townhomes, even Vacant Land. All the Bank Owned REO's, Foreclosures and Short Sales. Thinking of retiring to Boise? We have a great variety of single level homes for sale in Over 55 Senior Developments and homes in Non-Senior developments too.

New Homes For Sale In Boise and Beyond  

New Homes In Boise

Boise is unique in so many ways. One is the way New Homes are marketed. They are all in the MLS.  This is a great benefit to you, as it is easy to find all the options for new homes right here at BoiseRelocation.com!  We are experienced in helping you build from the ground up or finding that home already completed and ready for you to move right in and personalize to your taste! The benefit of working with the realtors at Boiserelocation.com is that unlike the onsite sales representative who will push his development and builder, we want to find the best development and builder for you without regard to what is best for the builder! We work for you the buyer! All the new home builders list their homes in the Boise MLS. So we can represent you and it does not cost you a penny more! 

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Boise Real Estate

Boise Idaho is an awesome place to live! The reasons are many and one of the best is the affordability of homes for sale in Boise. Compared to many other western cities, Boise offers a lot of bang for your buck! There is something in the Boise real estate market for everyone, urban condos and townhouses in the Boise's downtown core, quaint older homes in the north end, maybe a midcentury modern neighborhood on the bench is more your style. As you move further west you will find newer homes built in the 1990's to brand new construction complete with all the modern amenities like 3 car garages, granite and quartz counters.

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Meridian Real Estate

Meridian was ranked number 1 in 2016 as the best place in America to live!! Whether it is for the affordable pricing that homes for sale in Meridian offer, the great outdoors, low crime rate, overall quality of life, or some other awesome amenities, Meridian and the Boise area are a soft target for the content builders who seem to have a top 10 list for about everything. USA Today, ranked Meridian the Number one city in the U.S. to live in 2015. When it comes to Meridian real estate the homes are predominately newer. Roughly 95 percent of the homes were new builds since 1990. Recently new home builders are scrambling to get spec homes up as fast as possible. The demand is out spacing the supply resulting in a sellers' market.

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Eagle Real Estate

 Eagle real estate is multifaceted, Eagle homes for sale consist of, new builds and new homes, waterfront properties, acreages both large and small with horses or without. Homes on golf courses and view properties to million dollar waterfront acreages on the Boise River in Eagle which mainly take in the Bogus Basin end of the Boise front, punctuated with Stack Rock in the foreground. With the arrival of Hewlett-Packard to the valley in the 1970's, the farms and ranch’s north of downtown Eagle became ranchettes and horse property of 5 to 10 acres. Search for new homes and specs, by price, area, for investment properties, condominiums and town houses, individual developments or subdivisions in Eagle. Want to build from the ground up? Vacant Land is here as well. Looking for horse property, foreclosure’s, and Eagle short sale homes for sale. Search by schools, waterfront, pools, and view. It is Mayberry on steroids! It is blessed with friendly people, a safe atmosphere, an excellent quality of life which includes tremendous recreation, great schools, weather, superior medical care.

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Star Real Estate

Star New Homes For Sale

Star real estate has affordable new homes in CBH Subdivisions to the million dollar waterfront ranches and acreages on the Boise River. There are mid-range new homes for sale near downtown, there is a home for sale in Star for just about everyone. Star new are for sale in subdivisions like Colt Place, Heron River, Rockbridge, Waterview Estates, The Reserve at Pinewood Lakes and Wild Horse Estates are sure to please! Star is situated 5 miles west of Eagle Idaho, in northwestern Ada County. It was named in the 19th century by travelers on their way from Middleton to Boise who used the star on the school house to find their way. The name stuck and it became Star, Idaho. While it is constantly growing, and has new services and businesses opening all the time, most major services are provided in Eagle. The population was 5,793 at the 2010 census, up from 1,795 in 2000. Star is viewed by many as what Eagle was 15 years ago.

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Kuna Real Estate

Kuna Real Estate offers affordable CBH new homes for sale, to farms and ranches south to the Snake river. Kuna has a price point and style for just about everybody. There are older fixers, newer homes with the yards and landscaping all done all the way up to newly constructed models and spec homes in subdivisions like Silverfalls, Suttermill and Crimson Point. With builders such as Coleman Homes, Highland Homes, CBH, Hubble Homes and More!

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Nampa Real Estate

Can you spell diversity, Nampa can, both demographically and in the vibrant Nampa real estate market. Homes for sale in Nampa run the gambit. Originally a railroad town, there are small 1920s bungalows close to the tracks and further south you will find that the homes get newer, larger and nicer. Bounded by the freeway to the north and Lake Lowell to the south and west, Nampa is one of Boise's bustling bedroom communities. It has two food production plants on the north side and the state's largest vineyard complex and winery on the south. New homes in Nampa tend to be a little more affordable than the same home, built by the same builder in Boise and Meridian. Mainly attributed to higher lot costs in Ada county. Nampa Idaho is the largest and the fastest growing city in Canyon County, Idaho. The population of Nampa was 81,557 at the 2010 census making it the State of Idaho’s second largest city.

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Caldwell Real Estate

Vineyard Caldwell

From the quaint older homes in the downtown area near the College of Idaho, to the acreages along the shore of Lake Lowell there is something for all tastes and budgets. How about a vineyard with views of the Owyhee's? Caldwell new homes for sale in subdivisions like  Blackhawk, Mountain View, Sienna Hills and Four Seasons are sure to please! We are able to represent buyers looking at “spec” homes or new builds from the ground up! Being located in the heart of Idaho's wine country allows owners of Caldwell real estate a quick and easy tour of all the surrounding wineries, Bitner, Hells Canyon, and Koenig to name a few. Better yet buy an acreage in Caldwell and own your personal vineyard with views of the Owyhees. Caldwell new construction in subdivisions like  Blackhawk, Mountain View, Sienna Hills and Four Seasons are sure to please!

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Middleton Real Estate

Buy Middleton real estate, it is still a great deal! In addition there is a variety of great homes for sale in Middleton. From the view acreages along Purple Sage, to the farms, ranches and acreages along the Boise river corridor there is something for all buyers. There are great views of Shaffer Butte, and quiet riverfront properties where deer browse and turkey’s gobble. The new homes for sale in Middleton are affordable compared to newer homes in other parts of the valley. Middleton is safe and family friendly! What’s not to like.

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Emmett Real Estate

Buy Emmett real estate if you love a peaceful quiet setting close to fishing, water skiing and lots of outdoor recreation. Emmett has become one of the best kept secrets for Boise bedroom communities. The view acreages in the old orchards of the south slope are popular, as are the farms, ranches and acreages along the Payette river corridor. New homes for sale in Emmett are not as abundant as Middleton or Caldwell.  However there are opportunities for new homes in Emmett near the Carberry Intermediate school. They are affordable compared to newer homes in other parts of the valley and some have a great views of the Butte.

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Sun Valley Real Estate

Sun Valley bald Mountain

Buy Sun Valley Real Estate… or Ketchum …or  anywhere in the Wood River Valley! It is all great and each different hamlet and village has its own style and appeal! The wood river valley with the glitz of Sun Valley or the relative affordability of Bellevue has something for all. If new homes in Sun Valley are more your thing, get your checkbook out as the tight lines of the surrounding mountains have pushed the price of dirt in the wood river valley into the stratosphere of California style price's.

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McCall Real Estate

The Tahoe of Idaho. At an elevation of 5000 feet and situated along the shore of beautiful Payette lake, McCall is the playground for The Treasure Valley. McCall real estate is varied from supremely expensive lakeside lodges to acreages with great views of Jug Handle mountain. Cascade and Donnelly are smaller communities between Boise and McCall and are favorites as well. The fishing in Cascade Reservoir and the Tamarack resort outside Donnelly are both big draws for those interested in the peace and serenity of the mountains.

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 Idaho History And Fun Facts!

Buy Idaho Real Estate! It is still a great deal! In addition there is a large variety of homes for sale in Idaho! Boise real estate has a lot to offer! From the Charm and Craftsman style experience of the Boise north end to the luxury and glow of new homes on the waterfront and view property in Eagle. Idaho real estate has something for all tastes and budgets.

Jagged Sawtooths

Looking to move to Idaho? Here you will find properties listed in bedroom communities like close in Meridian and budget minded Nampa as well as the low key "old" Idaho atmosphere of McCall and the glitz of the Sun Valley Resort! If Idaho new homes are more your thing, we can represent buyers who are looking at “spec” homes or new builds from the ground up! With years of experience, we aim to please with a personal touch and our service and attention to detail don’t hurt either!

Erica and I were both raised in the Boise area and know it well. If you are looking for a buyer’s agent who will work hard for your best interests, we would love to assist you here or in other areas including the cities of Boise, Meridian, Eagle, Star, Kuna, Nampa and Caldwell. As caring real estate professionals we are committed to partnering with you to help you achieve your real estate goals!

 

Idaho History

The great State of Idaho was admitted into the union as the 43 state in 1890. Formed with a panhandle because Washington state did not want the mines of northern Idaho in Washington for fear of a power shift from their capital in Olympia. Ours is a state with many and varied climates and demographic groups. It can be demographically and geographically divided into 3 sections Eastern Idaho, Southwestern Idaho, and Northern Idaho. This page is intended to give you a little insight and general information. One of the best places to start is the official home page of the State of Idaho.

As fourth generation and life time Idahoan's who are proud of our state, feel free to give us a call! We would love to share our knowledge of Idaho’s history, homes for sale in Boise, Eagle and surrounding areas and Idaho's resources. Both Boise real estate and those natural ones you may have questions about. Like the camping at Redfish Lake, visiting a historic ghost town like Silver City or picking a few huckleberry's! We look forward to providing unparalleled service if you decide a move to Boise, Meridian, Eagle or anywhere in the Treasure Valley is in your future.

Topography

Sawtooth Mountains

Idaho is a land of mountains, desert canyon lands, and a banana-shaped plain called the snake river plain, that runs from Weiser (named for a member of the Lewis and Clark expedition) in the west, all the way to Yellowstone National Park in eastern Idaho. Here you will find roughly 80 % of the population of the state. Water is the life blood here in the high desert and the reservoirs that hold back the snow melt provide the liquid gold to fuel the agricultural fields and water the lawns in the developments in our various cities. 

Idaho is filled with many wonders, including America's deepest gorge and lava flows so unique that they are a national monument. Fossil Beds and hot springs. Everything from the Snake River plain north is mountains, many with no roads only trails. I was once told that if you could flatten Idaho out it would be bigger than Texas. Although technically we are the 13th biggest state. At the bottom of every mountain is a river. At the bottom of every river are rocks, and under the rocks are the words and some of the words are theirs. That line from "A River Runs Through It" has always been one of my favorites and speaks to my long roots in the state and the memories I have of this great state, usually driving up or floating down one of these Gems of the mountains.

Taxes

Idaho has a tax base that is spread out fairly evenly between a sales tax (6%), Income Tax (8% for the biggest earners), a .43 cent per gallon gas tax. Property taxes are about 1.25%. The governing agency for taxes in Idaho is the Idaho State Tax Commission. So basically the tax based is spread out so no one group ends up burdened by an unfair amount of taxes. If you drive a lot, spend a lot or own a really big house, then you will pay more than somebody who lives in a small house, saves every penny and rides there bike to work.

Politics

Idaho is conservative country, The GOP has ruled over the last quarter of a century. However the democrats picked up a large handful of seats in the legislature in recent elections. Our legislature meets annually and is comprised of a House of Representatives and a Senate. The senate which is filled with lots of conservative rural legislatures who act as gatekeepers against higher taxes and out of control spending. I think Erica put it best when she moved back to Idaho from Portland Oregon. During her first election cycle she turned and looked at me and exclaimed, in reference to the candidates, Democrats in Idaho are Republicans in Oregon! And it is somewhat true. While the voting district boundaries have been gerrymandered to the point that the republicans hold a vast majority in the state house, I think the popular vote for governor in the last election was roughly 64/36.

Climate

The climates of Idaho are many and varied. In general, north Idaho gets more rain and hence has lots of trees. The crops there are generally watered by mother nature and are mostly cereal crops like wheat. Southwest Idaho is classified as high desert as is southeast Idaho. However as you go upstream from Boise to the east you go up in elevation so you can expect more wind and snow, longer winters and lower summertime highs. The Boise area has four true seasons, Summer is just a little on the hot side, winter a little on the cold side. Boise is also bright and sunny with about the same number of sunny days as Las Vegas, but without the heat or crime! Our drinking water comes from an underground Aquifer. But our liquid gold is the snowmelt held back by the 3 dams on the Boise river. It waters our yards, our crops and our economy. Without that water we are just another dusty high desert town. With it we have grown into the best small city in the country. We are just a big Mayberry USA!

Cities

Boise is by far the largest city in the state and by the time you consider Nampa, Meridian, and Caldwell, over 1/2 of the state's population live within 60 miles of Boise. Other towns of good size are Twin Falls, Idaho Falls, and Pocatello to the east and Lewiston and Coeur d’Alene to the north.

Population

A little over 1 million people statewide. 600,000 in the Boise Metro area.

Recreation

Leon Doar Chutes Rapid

Too much to mention, but I will try. Alpine skiing, fishing, mountain biking, golf, rafting, camping, hiking, ghost towns, gold panning, horseback riding, motorcycle riding, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, backpacking, picking berries and mushrooms, bird watching, geologic exploration, tennis, hunting, exploring the Lewis and Clark trail, dude ranches, hang gliding, waterskiing, jet skiing, hockey, baseball, basketball, College athletics, Swimming in lakes and rivers. You can even scuba dive to an underwater ghost town. This list represents only the tip of the iceberg, the sky is the limit. Oh, did I mention kite boarding base jumping and skydiving?

Major Industries

Mining, ranching, farming, timber, hi-tech and tourism are all big parts of the economy of the state.

Rivers and Lakes

Middel Fork Salmon

Idaho boasts more miles of whitewater than any other two states combined. The fact that two of the world's biggest (AIRE) and best (AIRE) raft manufacturers are here speaks to the quality of whitewater that abounds here. Some of the rivers include the world famous Middle Fork of the Salmon and Selway rivers. Some of the better local favorites include the Payette, Bruneau, Owyhee, South fork of the Salmon. And have we got lakes. The big lakes up north are so deep they practiced with submarines in WWII. There are tiny sparkling jewels nestled high and mighty on the top of some lonely peak. We have lakes with cabins on them and lakes were no development is allowed. A lot of our lakes are surrounded by public land offering enjoyment for the multitudes!

Demographics

Northern Idaho is the melting pot of the lake district with many and varied religious groups. Similar to the treasure valley the growth here has been influenced by transplants from afar. The Boise area is a Mixed bag, religiously about 20% of the population is LDS, 15% is Catholic, and then every other denomination down the line. About 65% of the residents attend services of some sort on a regular basis. As you go east from Boise and get closer to Utah, the number of LDS residents goes up considerably. Eastern Idaho is influenced heavily by Salt Lake City, Southwest is a melting pot with a little of everything, conservatives and liberals, Catholics and LDS, North Idaho is a mix of resource based communities that have struggled economically since the slowdown in logging and mining that has occurred since the 1970's. 

I have said it before and I will say it again. The Boise and Meridian area is Andy’s Mayberry on steroids. It is safe, clean, relatively inexpensive and loaded with quality and fun! From Boise State football to the raging rapids on the Payette river there is something for everyone. Culture too. Alive after 5, First Thursday art walk, Shakespeare festival and more to fill the senses. Thanks for visiting and feel free to call with any questions

 


 
 
 

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Listing information last updated on August 27th, 2016 at 12:37pm MDT.