Metrostudy currently covers the Boise Idaho market area, a total of 3 counties, Ada, Canyon and Gem. Our local survey team drives over 3,000 miles and over 500 subdivisions every 90 days to provide you with the most valuable information you need on future lots, vacant developed lots, homes under construction, and homes that have been completed.

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Home inventory improves, starts and closings slow in the Boise housing market in 2010

(Boise, ID– February 1, 2011) The Boise housing market endured a tough year in 2010 but inventory levels have improved, according to a recent report by Metrostudy, a national housing data and consulting firm that maintains the most extensive primary database on residential construction in the US housing market. During 2010, there were a total …

Boise housing market continues to improve

(Boise, ID– November 1, 2010) The Boise housing market is showing signs of improvement in annual starts rates and inventory with steady closings, according to a recent report by Metrostudy, a national housing data and consulting firm that maintains the most extensive primary database on residential construction in the US housing market. “While we continue …

Boise housing market showing small signs of improvement

(Boise, ID– August 1, 2010) The Boise housing market is showing some small signs of improvement, according to a recent report by Metrostudy, a national housing data and consulting firm that maintains the most extensive primary database on residential construction  in the U.S. Housing market. During the second quarter of 2010, the Treasure Valley market …

Boise Market Shows Signs of Improvement in First Quarter

(Boise, ID – May 1, 2010) “Despite the fact that closings have slowed in recent months, there is evidence that progress is being made on building new homes, which is primarily a function of the market becoming low on finished inventory. As the inventory to choose from becomes less and less, buyers are often persuaded …