BOISE'S LIFESTYLE MAKES IN AN AWARD WINNING CITY!
Idaho has received all kinds of rewards and press coverage for its great lifestyle and amazing, friendly people. One of the biggest population centers of Idaho is of course Boise and the surrounding cities, commonly called the Treasure Valley.
Boise has a population of about 223,000 with a median household income of almost $52,000 per year. The city is spans over 82 square miles at an elevation of approximately 2725 feet above sea level.
One of the great things about Boise its lower cost of living than many other parts of the country. Boise sits about 9% lower than the national average for this measure. The median age is around 36 years old, and unemployment is 2.5%.
As far as housing—a big part of any decision to move—median rent is $1250 (and going up), with the average home listing price close to $275,000. State sales tax is 6%.
AN OUTDOOR ENTHUSIAST'S PARADISE
The Boise Airport is a very convenient airport to fly in and out of, whether you’re a vacation traveler or commuter. You’ll find the airport to be super clean and efficiently run. Compared to larger metropolitan airports, you’ll feel a world of difference in the amount of time spent at the airport. YOu don’t have to allow two hours to get to the airport (provided you live close to Boise) due to congestion. You get all this without sacrificing 20 nonstop destinations and numerous one-stop connections. The Boise Airport is conveniently located just four miles from downtown Boise. For more information visit: www.iflyboise.com
Here’s a list of airlines that fly in and out of the Boise Airport!