Boise Real Estate MLS
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Boise Real Estate MLS
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Boise Real Estate MLS
Boise Real Estate
When looking to buy a home, it is just as important to consider the neighborhood as well as the house itself. Research the neighborhoods in Boise, which could be specifically suited for custom, spec, or brand new homes. Knowing this could help you find the best neighborhood for you.
Newer neighborhoods in Boise include Carlton Bay, Edgewater Estates, Brookdale Meadows, and Englefield Green. If you would rather have a historical home, look into the East End or Hays Street for property listings. On the other hand, the West Bench and Veterans Park are both eclectic mixes of both older and newer styles. For more information about Boise neighborhoods, visit BOISE REAL ESTATE LISTINGS.
Why move to Boise?
Boise is the center of life in the Treasure Valley, containing 13% of Idaho’s population and the recipient of several awards for its livability. In recent years, Boise was ranked fourth out of the Top 10 Downtowns in America in “Livability.com.” It was number eight in 10 Best Places to Live in the United States, and in “Women’s Health/ Men’s Health,” Boise was ranked as the fifth most in Healthiest Cities.
One benefit to living in Boise is its joint-identity of big city bustle and small town charm. As some say, Boise life contains both high-end shopping and dining, as well as muddy hiking boots and camper trailers.
For a shopping experience, Downtown Boise is full of activity with privately owned shops that line the center of town as well as some chain stores. It is also the home of the largest mall in Idaho, the Boise Towne Square Mall, which has over 180 stores.
If you would rather spend time outdoors, visit one of Boise public parks. Julia Davis is a 43 acre park which was donated to the city of Boise in 1907. The park is more than just grass and trees, however. It is a gathering place where many community events are held annually. Furthermore, this park is home to some of Boise’s most popular venues, like the Zoo Boise, the Idaho State Historical Museum, and the Boise Greenbelt.
Other parks in Boise include Ann Morrison Park, which is 41 acres across with a paved pathway and pond, and Albertson’s Park, known for its beautiful landscaping. These public areas are favored by local citizens and those of surrounding areas, as are the lesser developed parks, like the trails around Table Rock north of Boise.
There is no limit to outdoor fun in Idaho! In the summer, many Boise residents spend time enjoying the rivers in the area. Leisurely floaters can be found relaxing down the Boise River. For those who want to try harder rapids, they go down the South Fork of the Salmon River or the Payette River at the North Fork.
Some people who live in Boise want to spend more than a day outdoors. It’s a good thing there are over 70 campgrounds in the Boise National Forest, with RV, water, camper, cabins, and good, old-fashioned camping choice available. Recreation in these campgrounds include biking, fishing, hiking, and water activities, to name a few.
Winter is incredible in Idaho, and there are still ways to enjoy the outdoors. Bogus Basin, for example, is a popular ski resort with skiing, snowboarding, and snow-tubing.
Living in Boise means more than just being part of Boise. The Boise Metropolitan area encompasses other cities including Meridian, Eagle, Kuna, Star, Caldwell, and Middleton. Still part of the Boise community, these cities also have viable real estate options on the MLS. Look for your new Idaho home today with some of the homes in the Boise Real Estate MLS. You can use the Boise Real Estate MLS to check out neighboring communities homes and properties like Eagle real estate.
What is MLS?
The MLS is a tool used for realtors around the valley. This Multiple Listing Service allows real estate agents to list properties for sale with details about each property. The MLS is then available for realtors to use to help their clients. If their client is a buyer than the MLS will help them find a home according to their wants and needs. On the other hand, if their client is a seller than the realtor will input their property onto the MLS, thus marketing the home and making it available for buyers to see.
How can YOU use MLS?
Our website allows you to search through all of Idaho’s listings with almost any specification you might have. You can search with the traditional features such as size, price, MLS number, area, and subdivision. But we also have an innovated polygon mapping search, which allows you to literally draw an area on a map where you want to find a home. Furthermore, our site connects with the MLS almost every thirty minutes so you will have the newest listings on the market.
Once you find a listing that interests you, our site gives you the information you need about the home. You will get information on each property including all of the amenities, the size of the property, designs of the house, and information about the area. You can also get a virtual tour of the house with both interior and exterior photos.
IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers' personal, non-commercial use, and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. IMLS does not assume any liability for missing or inaccurate data. Information provided by IMLS is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
Listing information last updated on April 18th, 2021 at 5:30pm MDT.