Do You Need to Sell Your Boise House Fast?
The housing market in the Boise area has been taking off over the last several years. You might be asking yourself "how can I sell my house fast?" As in today, this month or as soon as possible. We give Portland home owners cash for their homes and we're looking to purchase houses in the Boise Area.
Boise neighborhood lies in North and Northeast Portland with bordering Interstate 5 and Overlook neighborhood to the West, Humboldt to the North, King Neighborhood to the East, and Eliot neighborhood to the South. In total, Boise covers 275 acres and contains over eleven hundred households. Hot with thriving businesses, Boise is home to Mississippi Street, a commercial strip filled with popular eating establishments and other great establishments. Boise contains a total population of 3,119 residents. Residents have easy access to downtown Portland, just three miles away via I-5.
Why Sell to Us?
As many people find out, selling your house can be very expensive and sometimes fairly complicated. With our simple approach we make it easy and take the complications out of selling your Boise home. There are a number of benefits when working with us, including:
- No bank financing
- No sales commission
- No fees of any kind
- No inspections (we're licensed contractors)
- No waiting, we can get you cash in days
Sell house fast today. If you own a home in the Boise area and are looking to sell today for cash, please contact us today to set up an appointment. We'll make you an all cash offer and take the hassle of selling off of your mind.
Boise Neighborhood in Portland OR
Boise contains many great amenities open to all community members. In the heart of Boise, you will find the 4.5 acre Denorval Unthank Park. The park is filled with popular facilities including a softball field, soccer field, basketball court, and playground. Boise also contains the Matt Dishman Community Center and Pool. The community center has an indoor basketball court, meeting room, party room, fitness room, gymnasium, indoor stage, weight room and an indoor swimming pool. For nature lovers, Boise is also home to the .25 acre Boise-Eliot Community Garden in which community members can grow their own produce. This active community contains 2 miles of bike lanes and was the 9th most walkable area in Portland. 97% of Boise residents live within a half mile of a park. 23.5% of residents commute by walking and biking. The Mississippi strip throws Portland’s most popular street fair, and the Mississippi Avenue one-day Street Fair draws in thousands to see fantastic performances and street vendors.
In the 1800s, Boise was largely populated by European ship workers. After the 1948 Vanport Flood, it became populated by Portlands post-war black community. In the 1950s and 60s city construction in the neighborhood destroyed many business and cut-off longtime neighbors. Fortunately, the 2000s brought a revival of community and business in the area. Boise Neighborhood was named after Reuben Patrick Boise who migrated to Oregon in 1850 and served on the Oregon Supreme Court for 16 years.
Boise Neighborhood is great place for Portland commuters to live. Via I-5, Boise is a ten minute drive from Downtown Portland. New Trimet construction has lead to easy transit access to Boise residents. Most current Boise houses were created in the mid-20th Century and are still highly desirable today. In recent years, Boise homeowners have seen a significant drop in distressed home sales. In 2015, the median price per home in Boise was 450,000$.
- Needs Repairs
- Fire Damaged
- Unwanted Property
- Water Damaged
- Rental Properties
- Unfinished Construction
- Single Family Homes
- Multi-Family Homes
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