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February, 2022
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Things to Do in Boise ID in March | Boise March Events

While Old Man Winter’s extended stay might have you thinking he’s as mad as a March hare, mid-50 temps are right around the corner, and Boise is primed to celebrate the coming warmth all month long. With a myriad of special events and family-friendly activities, the Treasure Valley is welcoming the first day of Spring in style. Take on a St. Patrick’s Day fun-run and put some spring in your step, or warm yourself up with an after-hours treat at a local winery. However you choose to enjoy the best things to do in Boise this March, just don’t let old Mr. Winter keep you from a month full of incredible experiences. He’ll be gone before we know it, and rain, snow, or glorious sunshine, nothing will get in the way of filling your calendar with all the

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How to choose a new home builder in Boise, Idaho

So, you’ve been perusing homes online, considering floorplans, contemplating kitchen cabinet colors, and imagining the perfect wood floor. Maybe you’ve even toured a few homes to get an idea of what feels best.

You want to buy or build a new home, and you’re ready to commit and ensure that, from stud to Sunday dinner, your new home is perfect. After all, this will be your home. It’s the place where love and laughter will sound for years and years, and whether it’s kids, grandkids, friends, family, toys, or tools, your new home needs to reflect the things that matter most to you.

Your Boise home builder options are nearly endless, and who you choose matters.

You and your builder will spend countless hours together, and with something as

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Critical housing shortage persists in 2022 Boise housing market

Boise rang in the first month of the New Year with a median price record as the Treasure Valley's home supply retests all-time lows.

The supply shortage is squeezing home buyers from all sides as a severe lack of inventory pressures choices, pinches budgets, and pumps prices. Mortgage rate jumps are leading to brisk sales as rising interest rates reduce affordability.

Ada County finished January with a median single-family home price of $539,995, up $90,665 in the last twelve months.

To add a bit of perspective, from 2005 to 2021, we saw home prices rise at an annual rate of 6%. Ada County buyers started 2022 contending against a 20.18% year-over-year jump.

  • Canyon County finished January with a median sale price of $424,900, a new
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