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The Benefits of Renting In The Treasure Valley

By July 13, 2020 July 16th, 2020 No Comments
An evening view of downtown Boise, Idaho.

Finding the perfect place to call home can seem impossible. If you haven’t yet, you should take a look at the Treasure Valley and see why so many people are eager to call it home.
From a “big city” (for Idaho) with small-town vibes, to rugged mountain adventures, to pleasant farming communities, the Treasure Valley has something to offer for everyone. Read on to learn more about why the Treasure Valley is the best place to find your new home!

A Thriving Urban Scene


If you’re looking for the hustle and bustle of city life, a home in Boise is calling your name! With a vibrant downtown that emphasizes local shops and vendors at every turn, you’re sure to fall in love with our city. Add in a bright nightlife and Saturday morning open-air markets, and you will never want to leave the Treasure Valley again!
If food and drink is more your scene, Boise also has an incredible offering of local restaurants, wineries, cider houses, and breweries to give you a taste of Idaho. And if you’re a fan of the arts and music? The concert houses, theaters, and museums are sure to please!

Rural Accessibility


Whether you’re looking for a farm of your own or hoping for a few acres to keep horses or a handful of cattle, the Treasure Valley can offer that, too! Idaho at its roots is a rural state, and you don’t have to drive too far out of the city to find hills covered in alfalfa, corn, beets, potatoes, and other staple crops. And if you enjoy berry picking in the summer and apple picking in the fall, a home in the Treasure Valley gives you access to both! There are even local lavender farms, one of which is in Eagle, with summer festivals to bring a soothing scent to your decor, crafts, and baking.

Outdoor Adventure Awaits!

The Treasure Valley is nestled in one of the most advantageous locations possible, with access to just about every kind of outdoor adventure imaginable. Some awesome summer experiences include:

  • Hiking the Boise Foothills
  • Biking at Bogus Basin
  • Floating the Boise River
  • Rafting the Payette
  • Camping in the Sawtooths
  • Boating at Lucky Peak

For those that love winter sports, never fear! We have access to some of the best ski slopes in the U.S. right in our backyard. There’s always something to do outdoors when you live in the Treasure Valley!

Culturally Diverse And Proud Of It

While the outside world may view Idaho as pretty flat and exclusionary, when you actually spend some time here you come to realize that this state is one of the most friendly and is accepting of diversity. Including Boise’s status as a “Welcoming City” for our large refugee community, the Treasure Valley has an incredibly diverse population. Our Pride Festival is one of the most popular events in the area, and we hold other festivals like Goddess Fest and the Russian Food Festival annually.

In addition, did you know that Idaho is home to one of the largest populations of Basque people in the United States? Explore the Basque Block in Boise and attend the Jaialdi festival, which happens every 5 years, to soak up, learn about, and engage with this beautiful and ancient culture!

Find the Right Property Manager

When looking to live in the Treasure Valley, it’s important to have the right resources available to you. No small part of that is finding the right property manager. DJW Property Management is here to help you find the best home for you. If you are looking for a home in the Boise or Eagle area, give our team a call today!