Real Estate in Boise

Real Estate in Boise comes in both new and old packages, and there are advantages to going either way, such as location and price. With a thorough examination of why you should buy either old and new, you can better determine which home is right for you.

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6421 W Dry Creek Rd, Boise $1,800,000

  • 4 Beds
  • 2.0 Baths
  • 157.00 Acres

Rare Opportunity To Own A Large Property That Provides A Secluded, Country-like Setting For An Estate Home Yet Is Minutes From Downtown Eagle And Downtown Boise. Property Is Adjacent To Hidden Springs Planned Community And Features Rolling Hills, Flat F...

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Real Estate in Boise- Home Styles to Match your Lifestyle

boise_house_-_bire_400Reasons to buy and love a Boise resale home:

Housing styles have taken on new distinguishing features, many of them similar from subdivision to subdivision. Resale homes come in much more unique packages with different styles and trims. Think of Boise’s North End and their beautiful Victorian homes in all shapes. They simply don’t build houses like that anymore, not often, anyway, and going the resale route can be more individual and aesthetically pleasing.

Aside from more character and charm, opportunities for home improvements isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Chances for improving your home helps build resale value. It’s also true that older homes are often located in more convenient areas, as opposed to outlying suburbs. Resale homes can be less expensive, and there may be more room to negotiate price.

Your resale home could require less in property taxes, and you may not have to contribute to fees that can be charged for local amenities, such as for schools, parks, or road improvements. As you can see, even if your sights are set on older real estate sites in Boise, they are chalked up with advantages.

boise_new_construction_2_400Reasons to buy and love a brand new Boise home:

What’s more exciting than being a home’s very first owner? You’ll be the first to walk on and enjoy the carpet, and even features you yourself customized. New homes are built with new materials and build technology, ensuring a safe and efficient environment. Your new home won’t require as much maintenance as the resale counterpart, along with fewer repairs and even enjoy the peace of mind associated with warranties from the home builder. New homes come with advanced windows which ensure better insulation. They are also outfitted with efficient heating and cooling systems.

New homes are usually outfitted to better suit the newer technologies of today, such as high-speed internet connectivity and cable outlets. You’ll also enjoy having large and multiple closets, along with more spacious kitchens. Newer homes also typically include additional bathrooms and bigger bedrooms, and tend not to include the formal dining and living room areas.

Buying a Boise home is ripe with opportunities, each with their own advantages, and it only depends upon your individual needs as to which is better.

 Contact The Hughes Real Estate Group for more information or to view Idaho homes: (208) 571-7145.

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Listing information last updated on August 19th, 2017 at 3:52pm MDT.