This report allows for home value evaluation from 1998 to 2005 and was not part of the Montebello Book.

 

ADA AND CANYON COUNTY RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL GROWTH AND

RESIDENTIAL HOME SALES/PRICES FROM 1998 to April 2005

CHAPTER X Appendix F to I, App. I, A700 to A900

 

 

Garden City (Area 700)

 

Garden & Garden City Meridian District Map provided by the Intermountain Multiple Listing Services, Inc (IMLS)

http://www.intermountainmls.com/images/adamap4.gif 

 

Downtown Boise Map provided by the City of Boise http://www.cityofboise.org/pds/Neighborhood/Maps/downtown.gif

 

City of Boise Home Page http://www.cityofboise.org

 

Idaho Commerce & Labor http://www.idoc.state.id.us

 

“Although new residents and businesses are moving in, Garden City faces a different kind of growth pressure than other cities in the valley.  It's a small city sitting in the middle of the state's largest urban area. Its missile shape means it must run services a longer distance than most cities of 10.000 and precludes urban sprawl because there's no place to sprawl.

 

Garden City is packed with small businesses and has the widest range of housing prices in Ada County.  Before Garden City became a city, it was the site of gardens where Chinese immigrants raised produce to sell to residents of nearby Boise.  This city and its main thoroughfare, Chinden Boulevard, both are named after the Chinese gardens.

 

When the Idaho Legislature legalized gam­bling by city option in 1949 and all the cities promptly outlawed it, enterprising individuals incorporated Garden City as a gaming mecca.

 

Gambling revenues paid for a library, a police department and other city services.  Four years later, when the Legislature reversed itself and outlawed gambling, Garden City was with an uncertain future.

 

Last year, the city celebrated its 50th anniversary.  The business-friendly city government has helped commercial development increase.  And recognition of the value of its riverside property has resulted in a proliferation of upscale housing developments.

 

Those upscale housing developments, among the Boise area's finest, line both sides of the Boise River as it flows through Garden City.  They add to the apparent contrasts of the city, which has some of the lowest-cost hous­ing in the area as well.

 

Commuter traffic is a particular problem in Garden City because of the major thorough­fares that run through it and into Boise.

 

In addition to Chinden Boulevard, Garden City is home to Glenwood Street, State Street and Veterans Memorial Parkway, all major commuter routes for workers traveling from East Boise or outlying towns into downtown Boise.

 

Most recently, Curtis Road was extended from the Bench to Chinden and Veterans Memorial Parkway, giving motorists a new north-south route through Garden City.

 

Garden City students attend schools operat­ed by either Boise or Meridian school districts.  None of the schools is in Garden City.  Officials are hoping to find a site within city limits for a future elementary school.  City officials already have located sites for or several new parks, which are under develop­ment.  The existing Centennial Park commemorates the contributions of the Chinese people to Garden City, and the Boise River Greenbelt is being completed through Garden City.  The city built a new police department in 1999 - planning to move its City Hall to the former Max building at the corner of Glenwood Street and Chinden Boulevard.

 

Situated in the middle of Ida­ho's capital city, Garden City is packed with small business­es and has the widest range of housing prices in Ada County.  The city also is home to the Boys and Girls club of Ada County.  The club opened in 1997 with the goal of signing up 300 children in the frst-year.  The club now serves more than 800 children and is undergoing a $1.9 million expansion that will almost quadruple its size.  In addition, Garden City is home to the Western Idaho Fairgrounds, horse racing at Les Bois Park and professional baseball at Memorial Stadium.  Although these venues are not operated by Garden City, they bring in much traffic and business.”

 

Lz Wyatt of the Idaho Statesman September 21, 2000 reported:  “Garden City near Boise received plans from DBSI Group of Companies for a 104,000-square-foot shopping center that would be next to Wal-Mart’s planned 201-square-foot store near the intersection of Glenwood and State streets.  The proposed shopping mall will be decided on October 18, 2000.  Opponents of the store have organized a group called Citizens Against Gridlock and have spent thousands of dollars on advertisements, mailings and signs to protest the Super Center.  They also staged a rally at the intersection in August 2000.  They argue the intersection already is clogged and can’t handle the additional cars the proposed development would bring.”

 

 

Ada County Residential Home Sales statistics provided by the Intermountain Multiple Listing Services, Inc (IMLS)

http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaInterface.html 

 

1998

 

“Garden City, refereed to as Area 700, average price of a home sold by December 1998 was $142,054, as compared to the Median price of $142,054. (Ref. 1)

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/1998

0

0

0 (Ref. 2)

2nd/1998

1

0

1

3rd/1998

1

0

 (Ref. 1C)

4th/1998

1

1

2 (Ref. 1)

TOTAL

3

1

3

 

1999

 

“In the section of the city served by the Boise School District, refereed to as Area 700, the average price of a house sold by December 1999 was $89,920, as compared to the Median price of $84,600” (Ref. 3).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/1999

0

1

1 (Ref. 4)

2nd/1999

0

2

2 (Ref. 5)

3rd/1999

0

3

3 (Ref. 6)

4th/1999

0

5

5 (Ref. 3)

TOTAL

0

11

11

 

2000

 

“The average price of homes sold during the first three months of 2000 in Area 700, the average price of a house sold during the first three months of 2000 was $76,300, as compared to the Median price of $79,000” (Ref. 7).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2000

0

3

3 (Ref. 7)

2nd/2000

0

3

3 (Ref. 8)

3rd/2000

0

3

3 (Ref. 9)

4th/2000

0

3

3 (Ref. 10)

TOTAL

0

12

12

 

2001

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2001, the average price of homes sold in Area 700 was $99,137, as compared to the Median price of $74,175” (Ref. 11).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2001

0

4

4 (Ref. 11)

2nd/2001

6

3

9 (Ref. 12)

3rd/2001

5

5

10 (Ref. 13)

4th/2001

17

4

11 (Ref. 14)

TOTAL

18

16

34

 

“Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2001 was $158,827, as compared to the median price of $131,000” (Ref. 11).

 

2002

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2002, the average price of homes sold in Garden City (Area 700) was $104,825 as compared to the Median price of $94,561. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2002 was $166,999, as compared to the median price of $139,000” (Ref. 15).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2002

14

2

16 (Ref. 15)

2nd/2002

9

4

13 (Ref. 16)

3rd/2002

5

1

6 (Ref. 17)

4th/2002

6

6

12 (Ref. 18)

TOTAL

34

13

47

 

“At the end of the Second Quarter of 2002, the average price of homes sold in Garden City (Area 700) was $102,714, as compared to the Median price of $103,195. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Second Quarter or June 2002 was $172,188, as compared to the median price of $140,000” (Ref. 16).

 

“At the end of the Third Quarter of 2002, the average price of homes sold in Garden City (Area 700) was $99,714, as compared to the Median price of $101,852. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Third Quarter or September 2002 was $173,920, as compared to the median price of $143,545” (Ref. 17).

 

At the end of the Fourth Quarter of 2002, the average price of homes sold in Garden City (Area 700) was $96,483, as compared to the Median price of $100,287. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Fourth Quarter 2002 was $167,911, as compared to the median price of $142,025(Ref. 18).

 

January 1998 through December 2002 Garden City Meridian District (Area 700) Single-Family Homes Sold:

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st - 4th / 1998

3

1

3

1st - 4th / 1999

0

11

11

1st - 4th / 2000

0

12

12

1st - 4th / 2001

18

16

34

1st - 4th / 2002

34

13

47

TOTAL

55

53

107

 

January 1998 through December 2002 Garden City Meridian District (Area 700) Single-Family Homes Sold consists of the following monthly average by decimal:

 

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

0.916

0.883

1.783

 

2003

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2003, the average price of homes sold in Garden City (Area 700) was $100,563, as compared to the Median price of $98,000. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2003 was $164,136, as compared to the median price of $139,800” (Ref. 19).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2003

3

1

4 (Ref. 19)

2nd/2003

7

6

13 (Ref. 20)

3rd/2003

5

1

6 (Ref. 21)

4th/2003

1

3

4 (Ref. 22)

TOTAL

16

11

27

 

“At the end of the Second Quarter of 2003, the average price of homes sold in Garden City (Area 700) was $102,246, as compared to the Median price of $100,090.  Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Second Quarter or June 2003 was $164,136, as compared to the median price of $139,800” (Ref. 20).

 

“At the end of the Third Quarter of 2003, the average price of homes sold in Garden City (Area 700) was $109,716, as compared to the Median price of $104,000. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Third Quarter or September 2003 was $178,882, as compared to the median price of $150,000” (Ref. 21).

 

“At the end of the Fourth Quarter of 2003, the average price of homes sold in Garden City (Area 700) was $83,322, as compared to the Median price of $80,450. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Fourth Quarter 2003 was $185,995, as compared to the median price of $155,900” (Ref. 22).

 

First through Fourth Quarter of 2003 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Garden City (Area 700) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st to 4th Qtr

1.33

0.916

2.25

 

2004

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2004, the average price of homes sold in Garden City (Area 700) was $257,000, as compared to the Median price of $257,000. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2004 was $179,925, as compared to the median price of $160,000” (Ref. 23).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st Qtr 2004

0

1

1 (Ref. 23)

2nd Qtr 2004

0

7

7 (Ref. 24)

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

Not reported

Not reported

21-14=7(Ref. 25)

4th Qtr 2004

0

6

6 (Ref. 26)

TOTAL

0

14

21

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

 

“At the end of the Second Quarter of 2004, the average price of homes sold in Garden City (Area 700) was $108,414, as compared to the Median price of $96,000.  Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Second Quarter or June 2004 was $191,157, as compared to the median price of $160,000” (Ref. 24).

 

“At the end of the Third Quarter of 2004, the average price of homes sold in Garden City (Area 700) was _____, as compared to the Median price of _____. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Third Quarter or September 2004 was _____, as compared to the median price of _____” (Ref. 25).

 

“At the end of the Fourth Quarter of 2004, the average price of homes sold in Garden City (Area 700) was $171,167, as compared to the Median price of $85,500. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Fourth Quarter 2004 was $203,190, as compared to the median price of $170,000” (Ref. 26).

 

First through Fourth Quarters of December 2004 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Garden City (Area 700) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st, 2nd & 4th 2004

N/A

1.55

1.75

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Existing Homes = 9-months and total listing = 12-months

 

 

January 1998 through December 2004 total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Garden City (Area 700):

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1998

3

1

3

1999

0

11

11

2000

0

12

12

2001

18

16

34

2002

34

13

47

2003

16

11

27

1st, 2nd & 4th 2004

0

14

14

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

Not reported

Not reported

21-14=7

TOTAL

71

78

155

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Exiting Homes total reflects 1998 to 1st, 2nd & 3rd 2004 = 81-months and total listing = 84-months

 

January 1998 through December 2004 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Garden City (Area 700) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1998 to 2004

0.87

0.96

1.845

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Exiting Homes total reflects 1998 to 1st, 2nd & 3rd 2004 = 81-months and total listing = 84-months

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

 

2005

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2005, the average price of homes sold in Garden City (Area 700) was $77,967, as compared to the Median price of $75,000. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2005 was $204,644, as compared to the median price of $173,500” (Ref. 27).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2005

Not reported

Not reported

3 (Ref. 27)

04/05

Not reported

Not reported

4 (Ref. 28)

TOTAL

 

 

7

Total listing = 4-months

                                

“During April 2005 the average price of homes sold in Garden City Garden City (Area 700) was $186,925, as compared to the Median price of $109,850. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2005 was $204,644, as compared to the median price of $176,015” (Ref. 28).

 

January though April 2005 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Garden City (Area 700) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

Jan to Apr 2005

 

 

1.75

Total listing = 4-months

                                

January 1998 through April 2005 total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Garden City (Area 700):

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1998

3

1

3

1999

0

11

11

2000

0

12

12

2001

18

16

34

2002

34

13

47

2003

16

11

27

1st, 2nd & 4th 2004

0

14

14

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

Not reported

Not reported

21-14=7

1st Qtr /2005

Not reported

Not reported

3

04/05

Not reported

Not reported

4

TOTAL

71

78

162

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Exiting Homes total reflects 1998 to 1st, 2nd & 3rd 2004 to March 2005 = 81-months and total listing = 88-months

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

New Construction and Exiting Homes Jan to April 2005 not available

 

January 1998 through April 2005 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Garden City (Area 700) decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1998 to April 2005

0.87

0.96

1.84

*January 1998 through April 2005

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Exiting Homes total reflects 1998 to 1st, 2nd & 3rd 2004 to March 2005 = 81-months and total listing = 88-months

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

New Construction and Exiting Homes Jan to April 2005 not available

 

Ada County Residential Home Sales statistics provided by the Intermountain Multiple Listing Services, Inc (IMLS) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaInterface.html 

 

(Ref. 1) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaQtr4.htm

(Ref. 1B) http://www.intermountainmls.com/statistics.html

(Ref. 1C) http://www.intermountainmls.com/statistics.html

(Ref. 2) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaQtr1.htm

(Ref. 3) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada4Q99.htm

(Ref. 4) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada1Q99.htm 

(Ref. 5) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada2Q99.htm 

(Ref. 6) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada3Q99.htm

(Ref. 7) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada1Q00.htm 

(Ref. 8) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada2Q.htm 

(Ref. 9) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaQ3.html 

(Ref. 10) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/ada4q00.html 

(Ref. 11) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada1Q01.html 

(Ref. 12) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada2Q01.pdf 

(Ref. 13) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada3Q01.pdf 

(Ref. 14) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada4Q01.pdf 

(Ref. 15) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada1Q02.pdf

(Ref. 16) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada2Q02.pdf

(Ref. 17) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada3Q02.pdf

(Ref. 18 to 28) http://www.intermountainmls.com/statistics.html

 

Northwest Boise (Area 800) and Garden City Meridian District (Area 750) - Combined and refereed to as Northwest Boise (Area 800)

 

 

Northwest Neighborhood Association http://www.northwest.neighborhood.com

 

Northwest Boise Map provided by the City of Boise

http://www.cityofboise.org/pds/Neighborhood/Maps/Northwest.gif

 

Northwest Boise Map provided by The Intermountain Multiple Listing Services, Inc (IMLS)

http://www.intermountainmls.com/images/adamap5.gif  

 

Downtown Boise Association http://www.downtown.neighborhood.com

 

Downtown Boise Map provided by the City of Boise http://www.cityofboise.org/pds/Neighborhood/Maps/downtown.gif

 

City of Boise Home Page http://www.cityofboise.org

 

Idaho Commerce & Labor http://www.idoc.state.id.us

 

“Hill Road, once a little country lane ambling along the base of the Foothills in Northwest Boise, has now been rebuilt and equipped to handle more cars.

 

The new Hill Road runs just south of the old one, and Ada County Highway District projec­tions indicate the new stretch of road will carry up to 14,000 vehicles a day in 20 years. That's almost four times the amount of traffic it now carries.

 

The transformation of Hill Road is a symbol of the transformation of Northwest Boise.  For many decades, Hill Road served North-west Boise's farms.  Now it must be adapted to serve the subdivisions growing in their place.

 

Today, Northwest Boise is a pleasant mix of farmland and subdivision - not completely rural, yet not all developed.  That's the attraction for many of its resi­dents: It's close to downtown yet not too crowded.

 

People who wanted some distance from the city settled Northwest Boise in the late 1800’s.  They established homes, orchards and farms in the area.

 

Some residents are reluctant to see the area lose its rural character. They want to protect the peace and quiet.  For that and other reasons, city planning of­ficials believe development in Northwest Boise will be slower than in other parts of the city.

 

Northwest Boise begins on the east at 36th Street, stretching almost to Eagle on the west.  It doesn't quite meet the Boise River on the south; Garden City creeps over the river to take in the exclusive riverside developments.

 

To the North, Northwest Boise climbs into the Foothills and Quail Ridge, a subdivision of some of Boise's most expensive homes. The average price of a home there exceeds $397,000.

 

Transportation issues are of major concern in Northwest Boise because most of the neigh­borhood is not within walking or biking dis­tance of major retail centers.  Two major strip retail developments serve Northwest Boise.  Both are on State Street -one at Collister Drive and the other at Gary Lane. They offer retail shops, restaurants and entertainment.

 

More shops and offices are in the works for the intersection of Gary Lane and State Street.  Residents often complain of traffic at the al­ready congested intersection, which is rapidly becoming developed.

 

The Boise School District serves Northwest Boise, which is home to several of the district's newer schools because of the growth in the area and the availability of land.  Several parks, including the Willow Lane Sportsplex, serve the neighborhood."  As reported by staff of the Idaho Statesman September 24, 2000.

 

Ada County Residential Home Sales statistics provided by the Intermountain Multiple Listing Services, Inc (IMLS)

http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaInterface.html 

 

1998 - Area 750

 

“The Ada County Association of Realtors lists an average housing price of $138,754 for houses sold by December 1998, in the portion of Garden City in the Meridian School District refereed to as Area 750, as compared to the Median price of $119,900. (Ref. 1).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/1998

0

0

0 (Ref. 2)

2nd/1998

3

25

28

3rd/1998

3

37

40

4th/1998

1

1

2 (Ref. 1)

TOTAL

7

63

70

 

“Ada County average of the price of a home sold was $140,728 at the end of December 1998, as compared to the median price of $119,900 county wide” (Ref. 1).

 

1999 - Area 750

 

“The Ada County Association of Realtors lists an average housing price of $160,833 for houses sold by December 1999, in the portion of Garden City in the Meridian School District refereed to as Area 750, as compared to the Median price of $122,900” (Ref. 3).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/1999

4

7

11 (Ref. 4)

2nd/1999

5

18

23 (Ref. 5)

3rd/1999

6

28

34 (Ref. 6)

4th/1999

8

41

49 (Ref. 3)

TOTAL

23

94

11

 

“Ada County average price of a home sold was $147,829 at the end of December 1999, as compared to the median price of $123,500 county wide” (Ref. 3).

 

2000 - Area 750

 

“The average price of homes sold during the first three months of 2000 in Area 750, was $185,430, as compared to the Median price of $205,000” (Ref. 7).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2000

2

9

11 (Ref. 7)

2nd/2000

1

8

9 (Ref. 8)

3rd/2000

Not Available

3

(Ref. 9)

4th/2000

Not Available

3

(Ref. 10)

TOTAL

3

17

20

 

“Ada County average of the price of a home sold was $151,591 at the end of March 2000, as compared to the median price of $123,500 county wide” (Ref. 7).

 

“January 1998 through June 2002 Garden City Meridian District (Area 750) Single-Family Homes Sold:

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st - 4th / 1998

7

63

70

1st - 4th / 1999

23

94

117

1st - 2nd / 2000

3

17

20

TOTAL

33

174

207

 

Area 750 Home Sales January 1998 through June 2002 Single-Family Homes Sold consists of the following monthly average by decimal:

 

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1.1

5.8

6.9

 

Anticipation of reclassification of area definitions, as a result of annexation, Northwest Boise and Garden City, by the Southwestern Idaho Regional Multiple Listing Service refereed to as Area 750, is now combined with Area 800 and reclassified Northwest Boise.

 

1998 – Area 800

 

Northwest Boise (Area 800), average price of a home sold by December 1998 was $154,78, as compared to the Median price of $120,900” (Ref. 1).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/1998

23

67

90 (Ref. 2)

2nd/1998

49

151

200 (Ref. 1B)

3rd/1998

72

238

310 (Ref. 1C)

4th/1998

107

299

406 (Ref. 1)

TOTAL

251

755

1,006

 

“Ada County average of the price of a home sold was $154,78 at the end of December 1998, as compared to the median price of $120,900 county wide” (Ref. 1).

 

1999 – Area 800

 

“The average price of homes sold in the area known as Northwest Boise (Area 800) by December 1999 was $162,306, as compared to the Median price of $121,000. (Ref. 3)

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/1999

27

55

82 (Ref. 4)

2nd/1999

60

163

2 23 (Ref. 5)

3rd/1999

91

269

360 (Ref. 6)

4th/1999

118

237

455 (Ref. 3

TOTAL

296

824

1,120

 

“Ada County average price of a home sold was $147,829 at the end of December 1999, as compared to the median price of $123,500 county wide” (Ref. 3).

 

2000 – Area 800

 

“The average price of homes sold during the first three months of 2000 in Area 800, was $131,724, as compared to the Median price of $111,280” (Ref. 7).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2000

12

61

73 (Ref. 7)

2nd/2000

20

94

114 (Ref. 8)

3rd/2000

12

86

98 (Ref. 9)

4th/2000

17

65

82 (Ref. 10)

TOTAL

61

306

367

 

“Ada County average of the price of a home sold was $151,591 at the end of March 2000, as compared to the median price of $123,500 county wide” (Ref. 7).

 

2001 – Area 800

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2001, the average price of homes sold in Area 800 was $165,112, as compared to the Median price of $129,450” (Ref. 11).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2001

20

52

72 (Ref. 11)

2nd/2001

55

94

149 (Ref. 12)

3rd/2001

43

97

140 (Ref. 13)

4th/2001

25

106

131 (Ref. 14)

TOTAL

143

349

492

 

“Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2001 was $158,827, as compared to the median price of $131,000” (Ref. 11).

 

2002 – Area 800

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2002, the average price of homes sold in Northwest Boise (Area 800) was $192,218, as compared to the Median price of $136,500. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2002 was $166,999, as compared to the median price of $139,000” (Ref. 15).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2002

18

82

100 (Ref. 15)

2nd/2002

19

87

106 (Ref. 16)

3rd/2002

24

114

138 (Ref. 17)

4th/2002

29

106

135 (Ref. 18)

TOTAL

90

389

479

 

“At the end of the Second Quarter of 2002, the average price of homes sold in Northwest Boise (Area 800) was $174,425, as compared to the Median price of $139,963. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Second Quarter or June 2002 was $172,188, as compared to the median price of $140,000” (Ref. 16).

 

“At the end of the Third Quarter of 2002, the average price of homes sold in Northwest Boise (Area 800) was $166,467, as compared to the Median price of $139,940. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Third Quarter or September 2002 was $173,920, as compared to the median price of $143,545” (Ref. 17).

 

“At the end of the Fourth Quarter of 2002, the average price of homes sold in Northwest Boise (Area 800) was $175,407 was as compared to the Median price of $139,500. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Fourth Quarter 2002 was $167,911, as compared to the median price of $142,025” (Ref. 18).

 

January 1998 through December 2002 Northwest Boise (Area 800) Single-Family Homes Sold:

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st - 4th / 1998

251

755

1,006

1st - 4th / 1999

296

824

1,120

1st - 4th / 2000

61

306

367

1st - 4th / 2001

143

349

492

1st - 4th / 2002

90

389

479

TOTAL

841

2,623

3,464

 

January 1998 through December 2002 Northwest Boise (Area 800) Single-Family Homes Sold consists of the following monthly average by decimal:

 

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

14.016

43.71

57.73

 

2003

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2003, the average price of homes sold in Northwest Boise (Area 800) was $97,897, as compared to the Median price of $96,875. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2003 was $164,136, as compared to the median price of $139,800” Ref. 19).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2003

3

1

R4 (Ref. 19)

2nd/2003

7

6

13 (Ref. 20)

3rd/2003

5

1

6 (Ref. 21)

4th/2003

1

3

4 (Ref. 22)

TOTAL

16

11

27

 

“At the end of the Second Quarter of 2003, the average price of homes sold in Northwest Boise (Area 800) was $102,246, as compared to the Median price of $100,090.  Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Second Quarter or June 2003 was $164,136, as compared to the median price of $139,800” (Ref. 20).

 

“At the end of the Third Quarter of 2003, the average price of homes sold in Northwest Boise and Garden City was $109,716, as compared to the Median price of $104,000. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Third Quarter or September 2003 was $178,882, as compared to the median price of $150,000” (Ref. 21).

 

“At the end of the Fourth Quarter of 2003, the average price of homes sold in Northwest Boise (Area 800) was $83,322, as compared to the Median price of $80,450. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Fourth Quarter 2003 was $83,322, as compared to the median price of $155,900” (Ref. 22).

 

First through Fourth Quarter of 2003 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Northwest Boise (Area 800) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st to 4th Qtr

1.33

0.916

2.25

 

2004

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2004, the average price of homes sold in Northwest Boise (Area 800) was $192,963, as compared to the Median price of $154,000. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2004 was $179,925, as compared to the median price of $160,000” (Ref. 23).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st Qtr 2004

24

78

102 (Ref. 23)

2nd Qtr 2004

40

131

171 (Ref. 24)

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

Not reported

Not reported

559-400=159 (Ref. 25)

4th Qtr 2004

28

99

127 (Ref. 26)

TOTAL

92

308

559

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

 

“At the end of the Second Quarter of 2004, the average price of homes sold in Northwest Boise (Area 800) was $210,641, as compared to the Median price of $149,900.  Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Second Quarter or June 2004 was $191,157, as compared to the median price of $160,000.

 

“At the end of the Third Quarter of 2004, the average price of homes sold in Northwest Boise (Area 800) _____, as compared to the Median price of _____. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Third Quarter or September 2004 was _____, as compared to the median price of _____” (Ref. 25).

 

“At the end of the Fourth Quarter of 2004, the average price of homes sold in Northwest Boise (Area 800) was $200,370, as compared to the Median price of $159,000. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Fourth Quarter 2004 was $203,190, as compared to the median price of $170,000” (Ref. 26).

 

First through Fourth Quarters of December 2004 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Northwest Boise (Area 800) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st, 2nd & 4th 2004

10.22

34.22

46.58

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Existing Homes = 9-months and total listing = 12-months

 

January 1998 through December 2004 Northwest Boise (Area 800):

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1998

251

755

1,006

1999

296

824

1,120

2000

61

306

367

2001

143

349

492

2002

90

389

479

2003

16

11

27

1st, 2nd & 4th 2004

92

308

400

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

Not reported

Not reported

559-400=159

TOTAL

949

2,942

4,050

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Exiting Homes total reflects 1st, 2nd & 3rd 2004 (81-months) and total listing = 84-months

 

January 1998 through December 2004 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Northwest Boise (Area 800) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1998 to 2004

11.71

36.32

48.21

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Exiting Homes total reflects 1st, 2nd & 3rd 2004 (81-months) and total listing = 84-months

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

 

2005

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2005, the average price of homes sold in Northwest Boise (Area 800) was $227,139, as compared to the Median price of $186,950. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2005 was $204,644, as compared to the median price of $173,500” (Ref. 27).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2005

Not reported

Not reported

110 (Ref. 27)

04/05

Not reported

Not reported

48 (Ref. 28)

TOTAL

 

 

158

Total listing = 4-months

                                

“During April 2005 the average price of homes sold in Northwest Boise (Area 800) was $217,739, as compared to the Median price of $167,000. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2005 was $204,644, as compared to the median price of $176,015” (Ref. 28).

 

January though April 2005 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Northwest Boise (Area 800) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

Jan to Apr 2005

 

 

39.5

Total listing = 4-months

                                

January 1998 through April 2005 total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Northwest Boise (Area 800):

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1998

251

755

1,006

1999

296

824

1,120

2000

61

306

367

2001

143

349

492

2002

90

389

479

2003

16

11

27

1st, 2nd & 4th 2004

92

308

400

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

Not reported

Not reported

559-400=159

1st Qtr /2005

Not reported

Not reported

110

04/05

Not reported

Not reported

48

TOTAL

949

2,942

4,208

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Exiting Homes total reflects 1998 to 1st, 2nd & 3rd 2004 to March 2005 = 81-months and total listing = 88-months

New Construction and Exiting Homes Jan to April 2005 not available

 

January 1998 through April 2005 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Northwest Boise (Area 800) decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1998 to April 2005

11.71

36.32

47.81

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Exiting Homes total reflects 1998 to 1st, 2nd & 3rd 2004 to March 2005 = 81-months and total listing = 88-months

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

New Construction and Exiting Homes Jan to April 2005 not available

 

Ada County Residential Home Sales statistics provided by the Intermountain Multiple Listing Services, Inc (IMLS)

http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaInterface.html 

 

(Ref. 1) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaQtr4.htm

(Ref. 1B) http://www.intermountainmls.com/statistics.html

(Ref. 1C) http://www.intermountainmls.com/statistics.html

(Ref. 2) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaQtr1.htm

(Ref. 3) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada4Q99.htm

(Ref. 4) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada1Q99.htm 

(Ref. 5) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada2Q99.htm 

(Ref. 6) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada3Q99.htm

(Ref. 7) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada1Q00.htm 

(Ref. 8) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada2Q.htm 

(Ref. 9) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaQ3.html 

(Ref. 10) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/ada4q00.html 

(Ref. 11) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada1Q01.html 

(Ref. 12) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada2Q01.pdf 

(Ref. 13) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada3Q01.pdf 

(Ref. 14) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada4Q01.pdf 

(Ref. 15) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada1Q02.pdf

(Ref. 16) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada2Q02.pdf

(Ref. 17) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada3Q02.pdf

(Ref. 18 to 28) http://www.intermountainmls.com/statistics.html

 

Eagle (Area 900)

 

EAGLE Area Map provided by The Intermountain Multiple Listing Services, Inc (IMLS) Residential http://www.intermountainmls.com/images/adamap1.gif 

 

Neighborhood Planning and Development Services

http://www.cityofboise.org/pds/neighbor.asp#Neighborhood%20Groups

 

Eagle Home Page http://www.eagleidaho.com

 

Idaho Commerce & Labor http://www.idoc.state.id.us

 

“The city revered for its quaint shopping district and small town atmosphere, remains one of the premier addresses in the Treasure Valley.  It's a city nestled between the Boise River and Eagle Hills and anchored by its historical­ly preserved downtown district.  Merrill’s Eggs still brings droves of shop­pers all the way from McCall, and Eagle's pedestrian-friendly core welcomes families to the Downtown area long after most shops have closed for the night.  From board shingles to old-time street lamps, Eagle has maintained its rural charm." As reported by Kendra Martinez of The Idaho Statesman September 24, 2000.

 

"In Downtown Eagle, The Rabbit Hutch, 600 Rivershore Lane and The Artisan, 118 E. State St., offer a variety of gift baskets, wines, gourmet foods and arts and crafts items for shoppers. The downtown district strives for all of its stores to fit in with an Old West theme." http://www.idahostatesman.com/discover/entertainment/shopping.htm

 

"The distinction of living in Eagle does come with a price though. The average price of a home in the city August 2000 was $245,119 - the highest priced area in Ada County. 

 

Despite its expensive flavor, Eagle is still growing.  Although population signs read 6,500, the Community Planning Association of Southwest Idaho estimates the number is more like 9,000.  The Meridian School District serves stu­dents living in Eagle.  Eagle High School, Ea­gle Middle School and Seven Oaks Elemen­tary are the newest schools to the area. 

 

The city's new library just celebrated its one-year anniversary, and the old library in downtown is being remodeled to house the Eagle Chamber of Commerce office and the city's first historical museum.

 

By forming a partnership with Ada County, Eagle officials and youth recently celebrated the opening of a state-of-the-art park to serve inline skaters and skateboard fanatics.  But some of the old traditions are stronger than ever.  More than 25,000 people crowded the city this year to celebrate Eagle Fun Days in June.  From classics like the Rocky Mountain Oyster Feed, the Wet N' Wild Parade and the chamber's pancake breakfast, tourists and lo­cals gather in droves for two days each year to celebrate the city's rich past together.” As reported by Kendra Martinez of The Idaho Statesman September 24, 2000.

 

Ada County Residential Home Sales statistics provided by the Intermountain Multiple Listing Services, Inc (IMLS)

http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaInterface.html 

 

1998

 

“Eagle, refereed to, as Area 900, average price of a home sold by December 1998 was $154,78, as compared to the Median price of $120,900” (Ref. 1).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/1998

48

29

77 (Ref. 2)

2nd/1998

106

80

186 (Ref. 1B)

3rd/1998

171

128

299 (Ref. 1C)

4th/1998

230

179

409 (Ref. 1)

TOTAL

555

416

971

 

“Ada County average of the price of a home sold was $154,78 at the end of December 1998, as compared to the median price of $120,900 county wide” (Ref. 1).

 

1999

 

“The average price of a home sold in Eagle refereed to, as Area 900, by December 1999 was $256,495, as compared to the Median price of $230,000” (Ref. 3).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/1999

49

33

82 (Ref. 4)

2nd/1999

117

94

211 (Ref. 5)

3rd/1999

194

170

364 (Ref. 6)

4th/1999

265

217

482 (Ref. 3)

TOTAL

625

514

1,139

 

“Ada County average price of a home sold was $147,829 at the end of December 1999, as compared to the median price of $123,500 county wide” (Ref. 3).

 

2000

 

“The average price of homes sold during the first three months of 2000 in Eagle was $245,119, as compared to the Median price of $219,500” (Ref. 7).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2000

60

39

99 (Ref. 7)

2nd/2000

101

53

154 (Ref. 8)

3rd/2000

94

54

148 (Ref. 9)

4th/2000

58

58

116 (Ref. 10)

TOTAL

313

204

517

 

“Total Listing reflects 155, a discrepancy of one. This reports reflects 154 total listing as new construction and existing homes add up.  Ada County average of the price of a home sold was $151,591 at the end of March 2000, as compared to the median price of $123,500 county wide” (Ref. 7).

 

2001

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2001, the average price of homes sold in Eagle was $277,554, as compared to the Median price of $225,818” (Ref. 11).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2001

67

43

110 (Ref. 11)

2nd/2001

59

94

153 (Ref. 12)

3rd/2001

65

75

140 (Ref. 13)

4th/2001

50

52

102 (Ref. 14)

TOTAL

241

264

505

 

“Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2001 was $158,827, as compared to the median price of $131,000” (Ref. 11).

 

2002

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2002, the average price of homes sold in Eagle (Area 900) was $270,885, as compared to the Median price of $246,000. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2002 was $166,999, as compared to the median price of $139,000” (Ref. 15).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2002

62

46

108 (Ref. 15)

2nd/2002

69

83

152 (Ref. 16)

3rd/2002

51

91

142 (Ref. 17)

4th/2002

58

76

134 (Ref. 18)

TOTAL

240

296

536

 

“At the end of the Second Quarter of 2002, the average price of homes sold in Eagle (Area 900) was $284,826, as compared to the Median price of $248,450. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Second Quarter or June 2002 was $172,188, as compared to the median price of $140,000” (Ref. 16).

 

“At the end of the Third Quarter of 2002, the average price of homes sold in Eagle (Area 900) was $293,837, as compared to the Median price of $265,000. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Third Quarter or September 2002 was $173,920, as compared to the median price of $143,545” (Ref. 17).

 

“At the end of the Fourth Quarter of 2002, the average price of homes sold in Eagle (Area 900) was $275,642, as compared to the Median price of ______. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Fourth Quarter 2002 was $167,911, as compared to the median price of $142,025” (Ref. 18).

 

January 1998 through December 2002 Eagle (Area 900) Single-Family Homes Sold (1998 through 1999 statistics include the town of Star):

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st - 4th / 1998

555

416

971

1st - 4th / 1999

265

514

1,139

1st - 4th / 2000

313

204

517

1st - 4th / 2001

241

264

505

1st - 4th / 2002

240

296

536

TOTAL

1,614

1,694

3,668

 

January 1998 through December 2002 Eagle (Area 900) consists of the following monthly average by decimal:

 

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

26.9

28.23

61.13

 

2003

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2003, the average price of homes sold in Eagle (Area 900) was $298,910, as compared to the Median price of $269,500. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2003 was $164,136, as compared to the median price of $139,800” (Ref. 19).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2003

38

50

88 (Ref. 19)

2nd/2003

51

70

121 (Ref. 20)

3rd/2003

53

122

175 (Ref. 21)

4th/2003

65

82

147 (Ref. 22)

TOTAL

207

324

531

 

“At the end of the Second Quarter of 2003, the average price of homes sold in Eagle (Area 900) was $304,142, as compared to the Median price of $280,000

Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Second Quarter or June 2003 was $164,136, as compared to the median price of $139,800” (Ref. 20).

 

“At the end of the Third Quarter of 2003, the average price of homes sold in Eagle (Area 900) was $305,796, as compared to the Median price of $272,000. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Third Quarter or September 2003 was $178,882, as compared to the median price of $150,000” (Ref. 21).

 

“At the end of the Fourth Quarter of 2003, the average price of homes sold in Eagle (Area 900) was $304,726, as compared to the Median price of $278,000. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Fourth Quarter 2003 was $185,995, as compared to the median price of $155,900” (Ref. 22).

 

First through Fourth Quarter of 2003 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Eagle (Area 900) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st to 4th Qtr

17.25

27

44.25

 

2004

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2004, the average price of homes sold in Eagle (Area 900) was $316,026, as compared to the Median price of $300,916. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2004 was $179,925, as compared to the median price of $160,000” (Ref. 23).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st Qtr 2004

33

55

88 (Ref. 23)

2nd Qtr 2004

86

136

222 (Ref. 24)

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

Not reported

Not reported

738-496=242 (Ref. 25)

4th Qtr 2004

81

105

186 (Ref. 26)

TOTAL

200

296

738

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

 

“At the end of the Second Quarter of 2004, the average price of homes sold in Eagle (Area 900) was $315,824, as compared to the Median price of $282,475.  Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Second Quarter or June 2004 was $191,157, as compared to the median price of $160,000” (Ref. 24).

 

“At the end of the Third Quarter of 2004, the average price of homes sold in Eagle (Area 900) was _____, as compared to the Median price of _____. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Third Quarter or September 2004 was _____, as compared to the median price of _____” (Ref. 25).

 

“At the end of the Fourth Quarter of 2004, the average price of homes sold in Eagle (Area 900) was $370,805, as compared to the Median price of $343,633. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Fourth Quarter 2004 was $203,190, as compared to the median price of $170,000” (Ref. 26).

 

First through Fourth Quarters of December 2004 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Eagle (Area 900) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st, 2nd & 4th 2004

22.2

32.88

8.78

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Existing Homes = 9-months and total listing = 12-months

 

January 1998 through December 2004 total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Eagle (Area 900):

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1998

555

416

971

1999

265

514

1,139

2000

313

204

517

2001

241

264

505

2002

240

296

536

2003

207

324

531

1st, 2nd & 4th 2004

200

296

496

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

Not reported

Not reported

738-496=242

TOTAL

2,021

2,314

4,937

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Exiting Homes total reflects 1998 to 1st, 2nd & 3rd 2004 = 81-months and total listing = 84-months

 

January 1998 through December 2004 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Eagle (Area 900) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1998 to 2004

24.95

28.56

58.77

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Exiting Homes total reflects 1998 to 1st, 2nd & 3rd 2004 = 81-months and total listing = 84-months

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

 

2005

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2005, the average price of homes sold in Eagle (Area 900) was $365,819, as compared to the Median price of $344,900. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2005 was $204,644, as compared to the median price of $173,500” (Ref. 27).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2005

Not reported

Not reported

143 (Ref. 27)

04/05

Not reported

Not reported

58 (Ref. 28)

TOTAL

 

 

201

Total listing = 4-months

               

“During April 2005 the average price of homes sold in Eagle (Area 900) was $350,018, as compared to the Median price of $356,562. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2005 was $204,644, as compared to the median price of $176,015” (Ref. 28).

 

January though April 2005 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Eagle (Area 900) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

Jan to Apr 2005

 

 

50.25

Total listing = 4-months

                                

January 1998 through April 2005 total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Eagle (Area 900):

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1998

555

416

971

1999

265

514

1,139

2000

313

204

517

2001

241

264

505

2002

240

296

536

2003

207

324

531

1st, 2nd & 4th 2004

200

296

496

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

Not reported

Not reported

738-496=242

1st Qtr /2005

Not reported

Not reported

143

04/05

Not reported

Not reported

58

TOTAL

2,021

2,314

5,138

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Exiting Homes total reflects 1998 to 1st, 2nd & 3rd 2004 to March 2005 = 81-months and total listing = 88-months

New Construction and Exiting Homes Jan to April 2005 not available

 

January 1998 through April 2005 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Eagle (Area 900) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1998 to April 2005

24.95

28.56

58.38

*January 1998 through April 2005

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Exiting Homes total reflects 1998 to 1st, 2nd & 3rd 2004 to March 2005 = 81-months and total listing = 88-months

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

New Construction and Exiting Homes Jan to April 2005 not available

 

Ada County Residential Home Sales statistics provided by the Intermountain Multiple Listing Services, Inc (IMLS)

http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaInterface.html 

 

(Ref. 1) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaQtr4.htm

(Ref. 1B) http://www.intermountainmls.com/statistics.html

(Ref. 1C) http://www.intermountainmls.com/statistics.html

(Ref. 2) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaQtr1.htm

(Ref. 3) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada4Q99.htm

(Ref. 4) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada1Q99.htm 

(Ref. 5) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada2Q99.htm 

(Ref. 6) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada3Q99.htm

(Ref. 7) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada1Q00.htm 

(Ref. 8) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada2Q.htm 

(Ref. 9) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaQ3.html 

(Ref. 10) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/ada4q00.html 

(Ref. 11) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada1Q01.html 

(Ref. 12) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada2Q01.pdf 

(Ref. 13) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada3Q01.pdf 

(Ref. 14) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada4Q01.pdf 

(Ref. 15) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada1Q02.pdf

(Ref. 16) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada2Q02.pdf

(Ref. 17) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada3Q02.pdf

(Ref. 18 to 28) http://www.intermountainmls.com/statistics.html

 

 

 

 

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