Looking for great reasons to check out Idaho for housing and business opportunities when thinking of moving from California or another state into Idaho?
I have researched several reasons for you that might catch your interest and that of your current employees.
A MERIC Report for the 2nd Quarter of 2017 ranked California number 49 for the cost of living compared to Idaho ranked at number 12. This report also breaks down housing comparisons on the two states for which you can draw your own conclusions on the difference and know that Idaho has real estate that you may want to consider quickly while it is still listed at a great price. Many Californians have started migrating to Idaho because of the great outdoors, a more affordable home, lower living cost, and for a more conservative life style for which California has lost sight of this direction that so many have come here to enjoy in Idaho.
Where I see missed opportunity is the lack of businesses moving here to address the population growing at a rapid pace. The expansion and growth we are experiencing here is stressing the labor force in construction and other vendors needed to build homes. While our roads are maintained, we are due for some of the major thorough ways to be expanded. So while this influx of people is occurring, businesses can come here to employ great educated people in many different areas of commerce. In an effort to help educate business owners, take a look at the tax incentives available here in Idaho that may drive some good reasoning to you bringing your business here. Click Here to research further. INCENTIVES
The one incentive that sparked my interest as a real estate professional is the possible incentive that upon request of the business, the local county commissioners may authorize a partial or full property tax exemption for up to 5 years. I believe California is trying to find more ways to tax you to support their agenda and I couldn't think of a better place and time to bring your business here into Idaho. If you are curious about the market here in Real Estate, I would love to be your guide. I have a very nice relocation guide that can be requested at this link.
Just to add to the blog about the area, a report on MSN stated that Boise, Idaho was ranked #8 of the 50 safest cities to live in.
Allen Cofield, Associate Broker, GRI
Boise Premier Real Estate
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