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 […]
Boise is a picturesque high desert city located in southwestern Idaho. The rugged foothills and mountains north of the city are a nature enthusiast’s paradise, offering year-round sports of all kinds. Contrasted to the fantastic outdoor amenities, Boise is an eclectic city that supports vibrant indie music, a loyal-to-locals food scene, sophisticated culture, and Rocky Mountain cowboy traditions. From the easily walkable and bikeable historic downtown and residential districts that define the city’s core, to planned suburban developments, Boise appeals to many lifestyles.
Winding through Tree City, the Boise River adds beauty and variety to the high desert geography. The 25-mile-long Boise River Greenbelt is full of trees, parks, and walking/bike paths. With Boise State University located in the heart of the city, Boise gives off an infectious youthful vibe. Residents love that Boise is a family-friendly city that offers up a fresh hip cultural scene while holding on to its traditions. Of 125 metro US areas, realestate.usnews.com ranked Boise the #17 ‘Best Places to Live.’
With everything this city offers, it’s easy to see why new residents and new businesses are attracted to Boise. As the city quickly grows, the housing market remains hot, and prices continue to rise, but it doesn’t mean you can’t find a great home here. The job market is also rapidly growing, and in addition to the long-standing major Boise companies, high tech companies, and several Forbes Top 100 businesses have set up headquarters in the city.