Homes for Sale in Boise
Are you looking for homes for sale in Boise? The capital of Idaho has many great real estate opportunities for those who are looking at property in Boise. People from all walks of life are able to find a property in Boise that can appeal to their preferences. Start your home search through Boise's MLS today.
Homes For Sale In Boise
|All Listings||Under $100,000||$100,000 - $200,000|
|$200,000 - $300,000||$300,000 - $400,000||$400,000 - $500,000|
|$500,000 - $600,000||$600,000 - $700,000||$700,000 - $800,000|
|$800,000 - $900,000||$900,000 - $1,000,000||Over $1,000,000|
Homes For Sale In Boise
Boise's Multiple Listing Service
The options of Boise homes can, in part, be a product of the Multiple Listing Service that this site utilizes, therefore making transactions less complicated. The Multiple Listing Service, shortened as MLS, is this site's property index, which has all the listings on Idaho's MLS. The Idaho MLS, like other listing services, is beneficial for both buyers and sellers. Homes that are placed on the Multiple Listing Service receive more attention from prospective home buyers, as they are properly advertised. Likewise, those who use the MLS to find a home for sale allow themselves more options and ideally more properties that will appeal to them.
Navigating the homes for sale in Boise is simple through the advanced search tool of the Idaho MLS. Click PROPERTY SEARCH at the top of the page, and choose parameters on the right hand side of the screen to find real estate options that make sense for you. There is a whole host of different parameters available to set. One of the more important ones is the setting of the location. To find a Boise home for sale, make sure you click on the box next to the “Boise” in the drop down box labeled CITY. You can also add other cities to your search, perhaps those in the surrounding area of Boise like Meridian or Eagle, if you do not mind living outside of the capital boundaries.
Other ways to refine the search include being even more specific about the area in which you want to locate your new home. You can isolate zip codes, counties, nearby schools, neighborhoods, streets - you can even find a home by a specific address with this service. Additionally, our search provides a polygon map option where you can literally draw your parameters on a map.
However, area isn't everything. You may want to search by details specific to the property, such as the size and age of the home or whether the property is at the moment undeveloped land. Furthermore, sometimes you might desire a home with certain amenities that are necessary for your level of living, such as bedrooms and bathrooms, or more recreational conveniences like pools and sheds. The advanced searching tools allow you to set the appropriate level of livability in your new home using these guidelines.
The Benefits of Boise
Boise, Idaho, is both the capital of the state of Idaho as well as the most populated in the city in the state. With a population of 206,349 people as of the 2010 census, the city of Boise has over 2.5 times the amount of people than the next most populated city, Nampa. Boise’s population also makes it the third most populated city in the Pacific Northwest. The people who call Boise home have come together to build a lasting community with all of the benefits of both small town living and large city life.
Boise is the head of the most urbanized metropolitan area in Idaho, followed by the Coeur d’Alene area and the Idaho Falls region. Boise residents have access to smaller, locally owned stores in the downtown area as well as brand name businesses. This mixture of economic availability has helped Boise prosper as a popular and business-friendly city.
Boise also has excellent public amenities like parks and entertainment centers that are enjoyable ways to spend time at. Boise’s parks, the Julia Davis Park in particular, have the space and means to entertain people from all over Idaho for various purposes. Many of Boise’s other attractions, such as the Boise Art Museum, the Idaho Historical Museum, and Zoo Boise are located in parks that allow these facilities to host public educational events to help raise public awareness and knowledge base.
Located in the picturesque Treasure Valley of Idaho, Boise is bordered by the Boise River and the Boise Foothills, both of which are geological features that allow residents of the city to entertain many recreational pursuits. The Boise River is a popular waterway for fishing, kayaking, and rafting. A calm river with only a few rapids, the Boise is a great location during the summer months for water sports. The Boise Foothills, which are to the North and to the Northeast of Boise, are very popular with those who hike and bike in the area. Trails and routes found in areas like Camel’s Back Park or to the local monument Table Rock cater to both beginners and experts in these outdoor activities. Ada county is home to two state parks, Lucky Peak and Eagle Island. Both parks provide excellent opportunities for swimming, hiking, picnics, and much more. If you are interested in living near these parks, check out nearby Eagle real estate.
Boise, from humble beginnings as a Fort in the Northwestern American territory to the cultural and economic center it is today, this state capital is a premiere location for real estate. If at any point during your search, you have inquiries about the properties available, contact one of our real estate personal. Use our advanced search to find your new home for sale in Boise Idaho!
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Listing information last updated on April 19th, 2021 at 8:45am MDT.