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Those of us who have bought Boise real estate know that it's a great place to buy a home. But even the most ardent Boise City fan among us may not automatically think of our home town as a good place for a vacation. It's not the the city isn't a nice place. It is. We just see it through different eyes than the tourist would. In light of that, would it surprise you then to learn that our fair city has made Wallet Hub's "2014′s Best & Worst Cities for Staycations" list?

Why You Might Look at Your Boise Home in a Different Way

Boise, Idaho landed the number sixteen spot on this year's list. Buffalo, New York was number one, followed by Minneapolis, Minnesota, Cincinnati, Ohio, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Portland, Oregon respectively in the top five. The

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Boise Real Estate

6323 W Everett St. Boise, ID 83704

Status: SOLD

  • Price: $114,900
  • Bed: 2
  • Bath: 1
  • Sq/ft: 842
  • Year: 1910
  • MLS: 98553427

Great condition! Beautiful home in a convenient W Boise location with refinished hardwood floors, slab-granite countertops, fresh paint, new hot water heater, stainless-steel appliances, tile floors in kitchen & bathroom, and a huge backyard! Tons of wood-casing/built-ins gives a classic, warm feeling to the home.

 

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It might be a source of pride to be named one of the best places to live in America by Forbes. However, Boiseans may be inclined to worry a little now that Boise has made yet another 2014 "Best of" list for the magazine, this time for "Best Places to Raise a Family."

It seems apropos given that Movoto named Boise one of the safest places to live in a recent article.

The Way of Life in Boise, Idaho is Key

Will all these accolades cause an influx of people who want to buy Boise real estate? Who knows? Chances are, if people do move this way, it won't only be the fact that Boise counts among the best places to live in the US because of attractions like Bogus Basin or the Idaho Shakespeare Festival or the greenbelt and the Boise River. In fact, it was Boise's…
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The "Forbes Best Places to Retire" list is a must-read every year for those who are about to make the transition from full-time working life to retirement. And Boise, Idaho was named one of the 25 best places to retire on the 2014 list. In fact, Boise is in the top 8 of the list.

Why Boise's on the List of Best Places to Retire

The Forbes list cites several factors that put Boise, Idaho in the top 25 places to retire. The climate here is a dry and the cost of living is comparable to most places in the U.S. The City of Trees also rated high as a walking and biking city, thanks no doubt in large part to the 25 miles of bike path that dissect the city.

Boise also counts as a great place to volunteer. Organizations like the Boise Art Museum, Art Faire, the Humane…
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Boise, Idaho was recently ranked #3 for the best place to retire in the U.S.  The CNNMoney magazine article cites Boise's cultural amenities, safety, and climate as top reasons for relocation to Boise. Boise, Idaho has a lot to offer, you can read more about Boise here.

For people relocating from California, Arizona, and the East Coast people are often amazed at the real estate prices in our area.

But Boise is not just for retirees.  The safety for a city of our size brings many families who are looking for a greater quality of life.  Boise is also a great place for people who want an active lifestyle.  With mountains, lakes, rivers, and several ski resorts in the area there is no shortage of recreational opportunities.

Do you have any

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River Heights at Barber Valley is a new development located in NE Boise.  Developed by Brighton Corporation, one of Idaho's largest real estate developers, River Heights offers many unique amenities:  

- Access to the Boise foothills by the nearby Ridge to Rivers trail system (some home-sites back to the foothills. Availability subject to change).

- Idaho Shakespeare Festival is just across the street and is a popular summer attraction.

- The new East Jr. High & Riverstone International School are next to the development.

- Less than 10 minutes to Lucky Peak Reservoir for boating, wake-boarding, and jet-skiing.

- The Boise River is nearby and so is Barber park (the popular starting point to float the Boise river in the summer).

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First, let me thank you for visiting www.BoiseRealEstatePlus.com.  My goal is to make this the best site available for buyer's and seller's in the Boise, Idaho area.   I would love to hear your feedback and suggestions for improvement!

Thank you for your time! Search Boise Idaho real estate.  If at anytime you have questions or can't find what you're looking for, don't hesitate to call me on my cell (208) 484-2560 or email me.

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When it comes to buying foreclosures in the Boise Idaho area, there's really three main stages or opportunities to do so: pre-foreclosures, foreclosure auctions, or bank foreclosures (bank-owned).

idaho-foreclosure-timeline

1) Idaho Pre-Foreclosures. A home that's for sale before it actually goes to the foreclosure auction is known as a pre-foreclosure.  Most short sales are pre-foreclosures- they have usually missed payments and are trying to get it sold before the auction to mitigate the damage done to their credit.  Please understand, a home is a short sale when it is being offered for sale for less than what is owed and asking the lender to take the loss.  It's called a "short sale" because the sale price does not cover the loan amount, not because it's being purchased

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