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The number of Boise real estate sales so far this year closely resembled last year's sales.

There were 357 Boise homes sold in April this year, a 3% rise from 2012 and a 10% decrease from last year. In March, real estate sales rose 5% compared to 2013 and 16% compared to 2012. Overall, Boise real estate sale activity is down 5% compared to 2013. It should be noted, that while this is a slight decrease, sales are still considered very strong.

As real estate sales in Boise have risen in recent years, so have home prices. The median home sales price in Boise in April was up to $191,500. Since the begining of 2012, which is when home prices began to move upward, the median home price has increased by 47%.   

Of the 257 home sales April of 2014 (in…
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Boise Real Estate

1829 S Eagleson Rd. Boise, ID 83705

Status: Sold

  • Price: $124,900
  • Bed: 2
  • Bath: 1
  • Sq/ft: 1000+/-
  • Year: 1982
  • MLS: TBD
This home truly is a must see! 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 1000+/-sq/ft all on one story! Cute and cozy house with everything a homeowner would need, along with warm fireplace and two car garage. Also has 100sq/ft patio to enjoy this summer, and nice front yard with lots of parking. Great location on Boise Bench just minutes from downtown! 
       
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Boise Real Estate

2821 N Woody Dr. Boise, Idaho 83703

Status: SOLD

  • Price: $224,900
  • Bed: 3
  • Bath: 2
  • Sq/ft: 1580
  • Year: 2004
  • MLS: 98554863

Coming Soon: New Listing near the foothills in Boise, Idaho. This home is in great condition; 3 bedroom, 2 bath single level built in 2004 located in the Woody Subdivision. This home has an above average lot size of .18 acres with great landscaping and 1580 square feet all on a single level! It also features a 400sq/ft deck with patio cover making it the perfect entertainment home especially for backyard BBQ's... Summer is on its way! Hardwood floors, fresh paint, stainless-steel appliances and great location. Also features large 2 car garage and quick drive to downtown Boise. 

 

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No doubt, if you own Boise, Idaho real estate, one of your favorite things to do in Boise is hiking and biking the trails of the Ridge to Rivers system throughout the city.

No doubt as well, many of your neighbors will be out enjoying the trails, and who can blame you? Really, there's nothing like grabbing a cup of coffee at Java in Hyde Park before you head to Camel's back or stopping by the Boise Co-Op for some lunch after a morning hike.

Things to do in Boise: Hiking, Biking and Mud Walking?

However, the enthusiasm that Boiseans have for the Ridge to Rivers Trails can take its toll, according to the Fresno Bee  -- especially now that Daylight Savings time 2014 has come and gone. The trails of the Ridge to Rivers system in the City of Trees

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More First-Time Home Buyer Tips

Many people wonder if they can buy a home in Boise if they have student loan debt, and a couple of days ago, I wrote an article giving first-time home buyers some information about some possible steps to being a home if they have student loans.

The blog post dealt primarily with some alternative means to getting into your first new home. To get you up to speed, you could, like many families looking to buy one of the Boise homes for sale in the area, get a loan from your family. Formalized programs exist that protect the person loaning you the money for the home and allow you to avoid some of the debt-to-income issues that may arise from having too much student debt.

Will Debt Prevent You From Owning Boise Real Estate?

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Usually, the tips for first time home buyers can include ideas like visit with your lender or have your home appraised. While these home loan ideas are certainly the traditional way of doing things, it doesn't mean they're the only way that you'll be able to buy one of those Boise homes for sale that you've got your eye on.

Not convinced? Recently, the LA Times ran an article highlighting a non-traditional loan program that's actually quite traditional when you think about it. Parents and other relative have started their own first time home buyer assistance programs, if you could call them that.


Problems Associated With Getting a Home Loan ~ Student Loans

If you want to buy one of the homes for sale in Boise and are fairly certain that you're

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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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River Heights - Boise River NearbyBuying one of the homes for sale in River Heights subdivision puts you around the corner from world class entertainment, outdoor activities and serenity. This subdivision lies in East Boise, a place that has seen a recent boon of stunning real estate offerings. The homes out here are both modern in their design and traditional in the feelings they evoke.

The Idaho Shakespeare Festival counts as one of the biggest reasons that people enjoy living in a piece of River Heights real estate. Even the streets of the neighborhood are named after or have something to do with the famous playwright. Homes for sale in River Heights sit on streets bearing names such as Shakespeare Way and Playwright. The proximity of the neighborhood to this Boise amenity counts as

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If you're considering putting up your Boise home for sale, you've undoubtably considered or at least have heard about home staging. However, there are many misconceptions about home staging. It's more than just cleaning up your home so that it looks nice, although that's certainly part of it. It really can be likened to your home's coming out party. It shows your home in its best light and at its best angles, allowing your home's next owners to envision how they could make your home theirs.

Kitchen | Boise, Idaho

Here's some tips for staging your Boise home for sale so that it doesn't stay on the real estate market for very long:

Neutralize It!

You might love every personalized nook and cranny of your Boise home for sale, but if your home looks too much like you,

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6166 N Glencrest Ave Boise, ID | MLS #6166 N Glencrest Ave Boise, ID

Status: SOLD 3Bd/1Ba | 1000+/- Sq/Ft

$124,990

Listed by Keller Williams Realty Boise

Real Estate listing close to the Boise Foothills! Many recent updates including a new 30yr roof, kitchen cabinets, windows, tile flooring, high-efficiency furnace, and more. All this located on a quiet culdasac with no direct backyard neighbors. Located in Four Seasons Subdivision, this Boise home sits on .16+/- acres of real estate and was built in 1984.  The home features 3bd/1ba all on a single-level.  This part of NW Boise offers good access to the Boise Foothills, Hill Road, and about a 10-15 minute drive to Downtown Boise.  The Boise Greenbelt can also be accessed about 1.5miles away,

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