The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) reports that the average size of a master bedroom in a large home is 411 square feet. In a more modest house or apartment, however, it’s only 231 square feet. What if you have a small bedroom and lots of belongings to cram into it? Your space might quickly […]
With vast acres of rocky mountain edges and crisp, cool blue lakes, Idaho is quickly becoming a top destination for travelers and residents alike. As a low cost of living allows for greater affordability and more opportunity, many people are choosing this beautiful landscape for their new home. Only 560 miles apart via air, Idaho has all the familiarities of California in a smaller, more personal, community-centric package. U.S. News recently highlighted Idaho as the state with the lowest crime rate in the West. Additionally, Idaho still maintains the lowest cost of living in the Western states, with one of the most favorable state tax rates in the country. It is a place centered around community, as more homes are owner-occupied in an incredibly affordable setting.
If you’re moving to Idaho, you’ll likely need to do some research before you pull up your California roots. Here are our top tips and information for moving to the Potato State.