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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.


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 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, 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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‘For Sale By Owner’: What Does it Mean, and What Does it Entail?

  The phrase “For Sale By Owner” is something most of us have heard but not a lot of us really understand. When it comes to houses on the market, what does it really mean to the buyer and seller for a house to be “For Sale By Owner” (also referred to as FSBO)? On the surface, the difference is simple: when a house is FSBO, there is no listing agent associated with the house and its selling process. That’s right—the seller is their own agent. This seems like it could be either really beneficial or really awful, right? Well, when done correctly, it can be an amazing path to take. However, it’s not the path for everyone. If a person... Read More

Idaho City: Attractions, Real Estate, and History

  Idaho City is a rich slice of history embedded in the heart of Idaho. There is so much to check out in this little town, and so much to experience. From tours to museums, to saloons and ice cream parlors, Idaho City has a great assortment of activities to offer you the opportunity to experience Idaho how it was back in the 1860s. History The history of Idaho City is a lively one—it definitely puts the “wild” in “Wild West.” In 1862, the city was an active frontier of quick draws and saloons, bursting with business and booming with life. Due to the Boise Basin containing over $250,000,000 worth of gold, which was found at that... Read More

Fun Treasure Valley Day Hikes

  Table Rock- Table rock is a 3.8-mile loop trail that features beautiful native wildflowers and is located in the foothills in Boise, Idaho. This trail is open to the public from March until November, dogs are also allowed but they need to be on a leash. The trail may be for people who want to walk, stroll, run, mountain biking and horseback riding. Make sure to wear sunscreen and bring water, because there is little to no shade as well as no water sources. The hike takes about 45 minutes to 1 hour to hike to the top, there are 5 trails you can hike up and back down. The hike starts behind the old state penitentiary, surrounded by... Read More