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THE BOISE NORTH END
The Boise North End has gradually evolved over the last 20 years into THE Premier Boise neighborhood.
This old neighborhood has quiet streets, mature trees, and old homes with old-time charm. This offers some of the most unique architecture in the state.
You won’t find two of the same. The North End is one of the few areas in town where you can bike and walk to anywhere, just a jaunt from downtown Boise. Its proximity to the foothills, Camel’s Back Park, and Bogus Basin Road are ideal for the hiker and outdoor adventurer.
The North End is known for its strong “community” feel. Historic Hyde Park, nestled in the middle of the North End, supports several local small businesses and is a popular hub for local entertainment. Schools in the North End are known for being some of the best in the state of Idaho.
The Treasure Valley yields a unique and diverse economy—food manufacturing, farming and industrial, tech development and entrepreneurial-based businesses.
The diversity of our economy makes it a stable and growing one that is attracting people from around the country. The influx of out-of-state residents has dubbed this area of the quickest growing and “best” places to live for several years in a row.
The cost to purchase a home has steadily matched the cost to rent for the last 12 months. Despite this, our market has not slowed and property values and rents continue to both increase because of a lack of available inventory.
Our Property Search features all of the listings by all local real estate brokers. You can also sign up to recieve the newest listings as soon as they hit the MLS.
Real Estate Builders are finding themselves in a hurry to keep up with growth and meet the demand for housing which has also provided lots of new jobs and business opportunities for entrepreneurs.
If you are selling your home, you will be pleased to find out that your home's value has been increasing due to the demand.
Idaho state and local laws have remained investor-friendly—a smart model that has helped real estate investors put down roots that have helped to stabilize our market.
The growth of our real estate market can largely be attributed to the added buyer competition from out-of-state property investors who are seeking to reinvest their money in a more stable economy.
Thanks to all of these factors, the Treasure Valley is an area that will continue to thrive even when other markets around the country may dip--a great problem to have for both buyers, sellers, and investors. This area is niche. It’s growing quickly but with long-term stability.