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Old 01-29-2010, 01:45 PM
 
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I forgot to mention that. Yup, the other advantage of them moving into the older more established neighborhoods in the foothills of boise is that there are no neighborhood association fees. The vast majority of upscale newer developments have homeowner association fees.
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Old 02-10-2010, 08:05 PM
 
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We just bought in Eagle. Great deals in Eagle, maybe better value for the money than any other area around Boise. We got a 3000 sqft house with a ton for upgrades for $243K...owner paid $515K in 2006. We like Eagle for a lot of the reasons others mentioned as undesireable - we have space, the houses aren't TOO on top of each other (nothing like Meridian), we don't hear traffic, neighborhoods are pleasant, and quiet. We are also only about 15-20 mins from downtown Boise (not during rush hour).

That being said - HOAs do suck. We pay $900/year. Unless you find a lot somewhere not in a subdivision, you are probably looking at HOA fees just about anywhere in the area. My brother in law in Lochsa Falls (Meridian) pays $600/yr and they don't even have a pool.
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Old 02-13-2010, 02:08 PM
 
Location: Boise, Idaho
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I noticed from the citi-data info on Eagle that the median income is nearly double than that of Boise and most other places in the state aside from Ketchum and was wondering why that is? Is it industry, small business, or outside capital?

I have heard that a lot of Californians live there and was wondering if they just lump in erroneous income from out of state or if they are actually working for that money.
A lot of the places for sale in Eagle are 5 acres or more which is why the area has more people in the upper income.
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Old 02-25-2010, 02:54 PM
 
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ADA assessments (in a general sense) look to be down again in 2010...but especially hard hit will be the homes in excess of $500K. this will hit eagle disproportionately hard. values getting dynamically better -- but better have a 2-3 year time horizon for demand to catch up to supply.

and yes...growing pains = greater taxes.
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