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Considering relocation to the Pacific Northwest?  Take a serious look at a relocation to Boise Idaho.  In September of 2007 USA Today wrote the stunning article No End in Site for Idaho's Growth.  In the article the author references the strength of Idaho's economy due to its computer chip manufacturing, potato production, and it's "amenities business" which includes hiking, hunting, fishing, skiing and whitewater rafting which attracts thousands of new tourists and residents to Idaho - from billionaires to young outdoor enthusiasts.

When you discover Boise Idaho you discover a city that has big city services with a small town feel.  Boise is known as the "City of Trees" for good reason.  The Boise River runs through the center of the city and is lined with trees on both sides of the river.  These trees turn breathtakingly beautiful in the fall.  Thousands of residents and tourist float the Boise River in the summer months and it is safe for people of all ages.  Boise is well known for its beautiful parks and recreation

Boise is well know for its diverse cultures and is considered the "Basque Capital" of the United States.  The Basque people are from an area in north Spain and settled in S.W. Idaho in the states infancy.   There is also a large Hispanic population plus a smaller population of Chinese, Japanese and African American and Greeks.  This all means that the restaurants in Boise are awesome with all the diverse cultures.

 

 

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Marketed By: George Tallabas - Boise Idaho Real Estate Agent - Associate Broker 
with RE/MAX Advantage, Canyon Counties #1 Brokerage in sales and listings
specializing in Boise Idaho Real Estate and Southwest Idaho Real Estate.

 

Native Idahoan and Boise Idaho Real Estate specialist serving Boise, Meridian Eagle, Nampa, Caldwell and the surrounding Treasure valley area of southwest Idaho. Specializing in residential, investment, land and commercial real estate. Search thousands of MLS listings at Boise Homes for sale and learn all about Idaho by visiting Search Idaho Homes

Comment balloon 3 commentsGeorge Tallabas • April 19 2008 02:31PM

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George are you a native of Idaho.  I often think about moving in that direction when I retire.
Posted by John Walters, Licensed in Louisiana (Frank Rubi Real Estate) about 11 years ago
Hi John, Yes I am a native Idahoan and have lived in the same town just 30 miles west of Boise my entire live.  Read Idaho Real Estate Specialist and if you ever want I can send you a relocation package.  Have a great weekend and thank you for stopping by.
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) about 11 years ago

Nice one.Idaho is quite agricultural city. There is a large Hispanic population plus a smaller population of Chinese, Japanese and African American and Greeks.This article really help those who are looking for a boise home on sale.Thanks for such a wonderful information. I really like this blog.

Posted by maria jose over 7 years ago

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