Maybe it's just us, but we haven't heard a lot of talk about Boise's housing market as of late. We say that because, as you'll remember, the rising cost was a huge topic of discussion this past year.

Who's to blame for the rising prices?

At the time, many were upset at the correlation between rising housing prices and new people arriving in the Treasure Valley. You know what we're talking about, that dirty "T-word":


According to data from, Boise's peak average price of a home was $585,000 back in May of 2022. That seems to add to our memory of when all we were hearing from locals was the rising cost of living.

Now, here we are nearing the end of 2023 and things have definitely changed... for the better. Well, almost better... one of the cities on our list actually saw a hefty price increase.

Do you think we'll continue to see prices fall or will they bounce back up sooner than later?

Let's look at the data according to

The Average Price Of A Home In Boise & 7 Treasure Valley Cities

What's the average price of a home in Boise? The good news is that it's down from last year... sorta!

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Speaking of average costs, if you're going to be moving into the Treasure Valley with your family, you'll likely want to consider childcare costs in Idaho.

Unfortunately, at least to us, the cost of daycare in Idaho is an absolute joke... here's why.

The Average Cost Of Daycare In Idaho Is An Absolute Joke And We Have Proof

Let's look at the ridiculous cost of daycare and what it means to the everyday worker.

Gallery Credit: Chris Cardenas

On the other hand, sometimes a price looks like it can be too good to be true. We've talked about scams before but other times - you get lucky and find a good deal.

Is that the case with this Boise home?

Is This Boise Home Too Affordable To Be Believable?

Believe it or not, you can get a house 7 minutes from downtown Boise for under $600 a month.

Gallery Credit: Chris Cardenas

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