For years Idaho, especially the Boise area, couldn't get a break from the housing markets rocket rise. Cost, prices, development were in full blown crazy mode with no end in sight. As you may have already heard rumors of or seen and experienced the slowdown yourself, it is definitely a different world out there than it was just two years ago.
The King Richard actor's name has come up in whispers in the wind involving this massive Boise mansion. It's certainly an ideal spot for Hollywood royalty. Let's get to the bottom of this unconfirmed rumor.
A new report by Redfin showed that more than 25% of home sellers in three-quarters of metros tracked by the brokerage across the country dropped their asking prices in the month of June. We're also seeing prices drop dramatically in Idaho, Washington, Utah, and California.
This one-of-a-kind waterfront home in the Pacific Northwest has everything you could ask for in a home...and then some. A cinema? Check. A state of the art kids play area? Check. A treehouse that's better than where I live? Sadly, also check.
Not checking out this house with its own art studio would be a mistake you can't cover up with a pretty little tree. This beautiful home on the Boise River is on the market, and is perfect to bring out your inner Bob Ross.
6 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms isn't even the highlight in this home. That would have to be the spectacular views. Or maybe the private bar. No. The best part of the home is the one of a kind movie theater.
With the way the housing market is in Boise, I think it's fair to use the word "crisis." That's what we're dealing with. Homes that were $200,000 in 2019 are now going for more than $700,000 and I'm not even exaggerating that much. Even the Upper-Middle class is finding it hard to afford to own a home in Boise. As more and more of us are priced out of owning, we are turning to renting--and you best believe the landlords in this town know it.