What's it like to live in Boise for thirty years?

What’s it like? It’s fantastic! And it’s getting better and better…

… but then, if you’ve seen the city, felt the energy of this high desert jewel,  you probably know that--and that it’s where you and your family want to plant some new roots.


If you know which neighborhood is right for you, let’s start shopping. If you just know you want to be here, let’s hop in the car and start looking!

Joymonger provides full relocation services, including licensed real estate services through our broker, Homeseekers of Idaho.

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River Arts District $$$

Brew pubs and wine bars and bikes! This up and coming neighborhood is becoming the place to be to paddle your board, stroll the river or savor a cocktail.

Best of the Burbs

Land of Mid-Century moderns, wide sidewalks, and soccer fields. All just a stone’s throw from the new Village at Meridian (think Lululemon, Kona Grill, and lighted musical fountains).

North End

The Grand Dame of Boise neighborhoods features vintage homes, its own thriving downtown, quick access to Camel’s Back Park, the foothills, and the Boise Co-op.

New & North

Walk or bike to the brand new Esther Simplot Park, with its 3 ponds, watercraft rental and surf  wave. The Boise Greenbelt is your non-motorized direct route to great food, movies, and shops.

Southeast Boise


Less traffic, more nature! This emerging neighborhood off-downtown core is close to river, the Shakespeare Festival, fine dining, and great coffee. A brand new library with a fireplace in the reading room? How cool is that?!

South of the Depot

A 96-foot-high train depot tower marks the Bench neighborhood where some of the best housing deals are still to be had in Boise. From quaint cottages to panoramic views, the Bench has it all.

Click HERE to search homes for sale!

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