Low crime rate! If you're concerned about your security or the security of your loved ones, assets, and belongings, it might be a good idea to move to Idaho! The state has the lowest crime rate in the West, with serious crime being more than 20% lower than the national average. Get a rent-to-own home, and you can be fairly sure that your local community will be a safe one to live in.
Idaho has a diverse economy! As an agricultural state, Idaho has a host of great options available for those working in the ranching and farming industries. However, the largest sector currently functioning is science and technology, with Hewlett-Packard and Micron Technology both situated in the Boise area. If you're looking for work, you'll find that employment levels in the state are high.
Check out 300 Idaho rent to own homes for sale, which may include auction properties, for sale by owner, and more.
Low living costs! Idaho has the second-lowest cost of living in the western U.S., a stat that incorporates housing costs, health care, utilities, groceries, transportation, and other services. So, if you're looking for rental homes, Idaho is a good place to start--if you want to save some money!
Friendly local community! If you're going to choose a city in Idaho to move to, the state's capital, Boise, might be your best bet. People living in the Treasure Valley are generally happy and welcoming, and with a population of just over 200,000, you might get to know a decent proportion of that local population fairly easily!
Plenty of opportunity for adventure! If you're an outdoor enthusiast, Idaho is a great spot. You've got the Rocky Mountains over to the east, the Great Basin Desert in the south and a range of larger rivers that are great for rafting and other water sports.
There are also loads of beautiful parks and natural wonders! Whether you want to go hiking along the trails of Boise's Greenbelt or relax in the Botanical Gardens and the nearby MK Nature Center in the capital, you'll have plenty of outdoor endeavors to pursue. Explore Sun Valley, the Sawtooth Scenic Byway or Lake Coeur d'Alene for some magnificent mountain and lakeside views.
Great golf! The beautiful scenery and gorgeous weather in the state make it ideal for golf. One of the best ways to indulge your golfing desires is to enjoy the Idaho Golf Trail, taking in the best courses in the state along your journey. If you truly are a golf fanatic, finding rental houses nearby your favorite courses might be a good option!
Hells Canyon! Hells Canyon is the deepest river gorge in the U.S. and, with everything Idaho has to offer, it deserves a special mention. You can reach it by river, trail, on foot, on a bike or even by air.
Check out the Museum of Idaho! The Museum of Idaho in Idaho Falls covers a lot, including science, natural history, modern history, and a lot more. It's well worth a look for all the family.
Good house prices! Even if you are looking at finding homes for sale in Boise, you'll likely find that average prices are lower than most states. Prices outside of the state's major urban areas will be highly affordable.
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