Check out these cutie first time home buyers…she even made them their own little sign (I wish I could take credit for that ). Thanks Mike and Stephanie for letting me be apart of this big move! So fun.
Since I live in the North End, you may say I’m partial. But MSN doesn’t lie…do they??
One of the Ten Great Neighborhoods for Childless Adults– The North End
“The childless singles and couples who flock to Boise’s North End neighborhood aren’t looking for neon nightlife. They’re pulled in by Boise’s outdoors lifestyle and the North End’s proximity to the Boise Front Range.”
We knew Boise offered one of the best environments for raising a family…now we know it’s perfect for all!
Just another reason to live in the Treasure Valley…
Almost unbelievable news for new home construction in Boise! Hennessy Appraisals released data showing a HUGE jump in new home construction activity for the Treasure Valley. In fact, the number of new pending home sales is up an incredible 100% in 2012 compared to 2011. After six straight years of decline, that’s a reason to PARTY.
In February of 2011, there were 12 months of inventory of available new construction homes on the MLS-nearly twice what is considered a healthy level. Currently, it’s down to a 5 1/2 month supply, and continuing to drop. Which leaves local builders working hard to keep up with the demand. At this rate, our new home sales levels could reach what they were in 2002-2003…woah. That’s money going to builders, workers, and their families; money going to building supply stores; and money going into the local economy: It’s all good news!
CREDIT to Front Street Brokers for this great info.
Women’s Health magazine recently named Boise as one of the 5 Healthiest Cities for Women. We’re not surprised!
If you’ve asked this question, the answer has arrived. Why, yes it is! In fact, it’s one of the best.
If you already call Boise home, you don’t need to be convinced. For the rest of you, Boise now boasts a top ten ranking in the “Ten Best U.S. Cities for Raising a Family”. A few of my favorite reasons cited were the cities 13.5 acres of parkland for every 1,000 residents, and one of the highest number of skateboard parks per capita. Boom!
Thanks Daily Finance, for just another reason to live in the Treasure Valley…