Boise REOs Set to Continue Increasing
RecoverySoft / May 16, 2018

The Boise real estate market has faced its own set of challenges and some of the circumstances facing it are getting worse. Although the job market across the nation has had substantial losses and may even get worse, the Boise job market has been devastated. The largest local employers have been gutted by the recent recession. Micron computers has laid off thousands of Boise residents. Hewlett Packard has cutback it's work force as well. With the Idaho based corporation Albertson's recent purchase by a grocery chain from the Midwest, many of the jobs have been sucked back to Minneapolis. With jobs losses set to continue to increase in the nation's most remote urban area, Boise may have some stiff challenges in the near future economically. With mining and timber, the industry of years gone by, just about completely halted, jobs are getting few and far between. It does not bode well when the most positive thing you can point out happens to be that employment benefits have been extended another 6 months. This may sound like a "worst case scenario" for Boise real estate, but there is some positive news. The sales of new homes and built inventory has started…

Boise REOs Set to Continue Increasing
RecoverySoft / May 15, 2018

The Boise real estate market has faced its own set of challenges and some of the circumstances facing it are getting worse. Although the job market across the nation has had substantial losses and may even get worse, the Boise job market has been devastated. The largest local employers have been gutted by the recent recession. Micron computers has laid off thousands of Boise residents. Hewlett Packard has cutback it's work force as well. With the Idaho based corporation Albertson's recent purchase by a grocery chain from the Midwest, many of the jobs have been sucked back to Minneapolis. With jobs losses set to continue to increase in the nation's most remote urban area, Boise may have some stiff challenges in the near future economically. With mining and timber, the industry of years gone by, just about completely halted, jobs are getting few and far between. It does not bode well when the most positive thing you can point out happens to be that employment benefits have been extended another 6 months. This may sound like a "worst case scenario" for Boise real estate, but there is some positive news. The sales of new homes and built inventory has started…