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Idaho

In the past few decades, Idaho has grown in popularity due to its competitive cost of living and integration of city and country life. Idaho’s fertile soil has proved to not only be great for potatoes, but for people and businesses too. There are ample opportunities for outdoor activities like fishing, hunting, camping, skiing, snowmobiling, and more.


Boise

The cultural, economic, and political center of Idaho, Boise features premier foothills and riverfront view properties, along with homes in unique, beloved Boise neighborhoods, such as the North End and the Bench.  Boise is continually listed atop national "bests" lists for quality of life, low crime, business climate, and more.  Boise makes the Treasure Valley and Ada County go, including surrounding communities Eagle, Nampa, Meridian, Caldwell, and Kuna.  Powerful search capabilities, including polygon and radius search will make searching for your Boise home fast and easy. Our Boise real estate page has it all.


Eagle

Eagle is populated by those who love their distinctive, connected community just minutes away from the big city. Eagle Idaho homes for sale include Boise River waterfront homes, sprawling horse properties, foothills estates, and neighborhood charmers. Eagle Idaho real estate can be located by searching neighborhoods, zip codes, builders, or even new subdivisions.


Meridian

Meridian, Idaho, Boise's western neighbor, is becoming the place to be in Idaho as it continues to grow and attract residents and top national retailers and businesses.  Meridian isn't under anyone's shadow as it receives continual press praising its abundant parks, new neighborhoods, attractions, and more. Single-family homes and investment properties and even the occasional farm property can be located with our personalized, customer tools.

Hughes Real Estate Group

The Hughes Real Estate Group is Idaho's leading team because of their internet-focus and commitment to the customer service of the highest level.  24/7 connection to agents allows you to find the home that just hit the market or get hooked up with the right builder.  We'll answer any questions and make the home buying or selling process as easy as it can be.  "No worries" isn't just a phrase, it's the way you are assisted in finding the Idaho home of your dreams.
 
Take your time browsing all the site has to offer and feel free to contact us with any questions about Idaho homes for sale.  208.571.7145

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