Boise, Idaho — Boise real-estate crash: Boise is in a bubble.
A lot of it.
And it has been for years.
The city has been a place where people dream of owning a home or condominium, and then get burned.
In 2017, the Boise city manager’s office released a report stating that Boise’s real-property values were down 28 percent in real-dollar terms from a year ago.
The real-house prices are down by about 75 percent.
The condo prices are going up by nearly 80 percent.
And the rental market is exploding.
Boise has become a real-life version of Miami, where condo prices soared as the economy boomed, and real-home prices dropped, and the real-income ratio fell.
But Boise is a different kind of bubble, one that’s not being burst.
The Boise realty crash happened on a national scale, when the global financial crisis was on the rise.
People were feeling like the banks were pulling their money out of the system.
And then the crash happened, and people started to panic.
And people started getting in the housing market, and prices jumped to the highest level ever.
And that’s when we had our boom.
But then there was another crash, and that’s what happened in Boise.
Now Boise is still struggling, with the same problems.
So, what’s going on?
The real estate market is still in the midst of a bubble, which is understandable.
Boise’s booming real-market rate is the highest in the country.
Boise is one of the nation’s hottest real-world markets, with an average price of $1.3 million per home in 2018.
That’s up from $1,000 in 2015, according to realtor.com.
It’s also one of its priciest cities.
Boise was the top-rated city in the US in real estate for the second year in a row in 2018, and it’s still one of Boise’s priciest real-land markets.
The median home price in Boise is $3,917, up 5 percent from $2,846 in 2018 and up 18 percent from the $2.2 million in 2019.
But that number doesn’t tell the full story.
The market is a mess.
The housing market is also a mess, but this is worse.
According to real-tor.net, Boise was ranked 47th in affordability for the third year in the row in 2019, and just 29th in 2020.
That is an increase of 18 percent, but it’s not as big as what happened last year.
The next worst-ranked city in affordability in 2019 was Salt Lake City, Utah, which was ranked 39th.
Salt Lake was also down 6 percent from 2019.
So there are some issues with Boise.
There are also a lot of problems.
For one, the city is booming, which means that people are going to spend more.
That means people are buying more, which will lead to higher prices.
And if the boom is short-lived, Boise’s population will eventually have to go.
There’s also a shortage of apartments, which can lead to the problem of renters going into foreclosure.
In the past year, there have been a number of high-profile foreclosure cases in Boise, and some of the homeowners have lost their homes.
The biggest problem is that Boise has a lot more empty homes than it had in the past.
The number of empty homes in Boise has risen by nearly 600 percent since 2010, according for realtorproject.com, an online real- estate portal.
In 2020, there were more than 3,300 vacant homes in the city.
That was up from fewer than 600 empty homes for the year prior.
There were almost as many vacant homes as there were people living there, according the census tract data from the Boise Housing Authority.
In 2019, there was nearly 4,000 vacant homes.
This year, the number is about 4,800 vacant homes, and there are a lot less people living in them.
It also means that there are lots of empty buildings that are unoccupied.
That could mean that there’s more vacant houses and apartments.
There have also been a lot fewer empty lots.
That makes it harder for developers to build and rents to go up.
And there have also be a lot smaller projects, like condos, where people can rent.
The result is that there have always been lots of vacant properties, but now there are fewer and fewer units that can be rented, and fewer and less people are paying the rent.
So Boise is getting bigger and bigger, and bigger and larger housing costs are taking their toll.
In 2018, the average monthly rent for a one-bedroom apartment in Boise was $1 to $1 and $1 per day, according realtordata.com for a three-bedroom.
In 2021, that figure was $3 to $3 and $2 per day.