The Boise Median Home Sales Price has been steadily rising in the last three years. In October of 2013 the Median home sales price rose by 13% compared to October 2012. [Click to continue reading]
There were 615 homes sold in Ada County in October of 2013. This is down slightly from September, which is normal, heading into the winter months. Historically, December & January post the fewest sales. [Click to continue reading].
Ada County new construction sales in March 2013 were up 54% compared to the same month the previous year. This is a continuation of the steady improvement we’ve seen in the new home market for quite some time [click title to continue reading]
While 2012 was a great year in the Boise real estate market, 2013 looks even more promising as home values continue their upward trend. From February ’12 to February ’13, the median price of single-family homes rose from $140,500 to $160,000, an an increase of 12.1%. [click title to continue reading]
Boise bank-owned homes dropped dramatically in 2012 when compared to 2011. December 2012, for instance, saw just 15 REO sales [click title to continue reading].
Eagle ID real estate sales in 2012 have gone up compared to 2011. For example, this past December there were 37 home sales [click title to continue reading].
Meridian ID bank-owned homes are down significantly compared to 2011 numbers. In fact, Dec. 2012 posted the lowest number this past year for REO and HUD properties with 9 [click title to continue reading].
Boise real estate sales in 2012 are up from the year before. In fact, according to the chart below, they’ve been consistently higher each year [click title to continue reading].
The median price of homes has gone up in the Meridian Idaho real estate market, especially when compared to one year ago. For instance, the median price during the month of November was [click title to continue reading]
Boise foreclosures continued to drop off even more since November numbers came out. The foreclosure market share was 24.7% for the month of November [click title to continue reading].