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Yet another article highlighting the impressive growth that is currently taking place across the Boise area. People from across the nation (and around the world) keep coming, which has contributed to the VeroFORECAST of an 8.9% appreciation rate for real estate over the next 12 months. The data used for the VeroFORECAST shows the Boise area has a very tight 1.7 month supply of homes. This means that if no additional listings came onto the market, and demand continued at its current rate, everything presently for sale would be gone in about seven weeks. Check out this informative report to learn more.
When most people think of Bogus Basin, they envision winter recreation. After a major facelift, Bogus Basin is now a must-visit recreational hot-spot throughout the year! With a mountain coaster, rock climbing tower, trampolines, summer tubing and more - there is truly something for everyone! Bogus is currently open Friday through Sunday. Starting June 22, the area will be open seven days a week. You can find more information about hours of operation, pricing and activities here.
Boise Hunter Homes plans to construct 61 two and three-story homes on a 6-acre piece of land in Barber Valley at the corner of Barnside Way and Wolf Tree Street. The development will have a density of more than ten homes per acre - with garages located off of alleys and an internal driveway system. The developer describes the building project saying, "The Wolf Tree Square project will contain two distinct housing types that will complement the existing and future areas of development. The two housing types that have been designed for this parcel are a three-story elevated home (E-Home) and a motor-court home." Check out the full article for more details.
Source: All Trails
Check out this great guide to learn more about the most popular trails in the Boise area. Complete with hand-curated trail maps and directions, as well as detailed reviews and photos, it’s a great resource for hikers, campers and nature lovers.
Source: Idaho Statesman
Summer is mere days away and seasonal concerts have already begun across the Treasure Valley (and throughout the state Idaho)! If you are looking for something fun to do this weekend (or anytime later in the summer), check out this comprehensive guide to discover: what shows are coming to downtown Boise, which concerts will be at the amphitheater, what mountain festivals are planned - and more! It’s going to be a great summer!
Source: Boise Weekly
Once a year, the awesome team over at Boise Weekly puts out a list of the ‘Best of Boise’. Nominations come in across the Treasure Valley and residents are allowed to vote for their favorites. Check out the full list to ensure you don't miss out on the very best-of-the-best!
Source: Idaho Shakespeare Festival
Over the next four months, nearly 75,000 people will pack their picnic baskets, grab a bottle of wine and head to Idaho Shakespeare's Festival Amphitheater to enjoy some of the greatest theatrical works in the English language. This summer the festival runs from Friday, May 25th to Sunday, September 30th. Be sure to get your tickets now for Misery, Macbeth, Mamma Mia!, Pride and Prejudice and Beehive - The 60's Musical! It's going to be fabulous summer!