Another Notch On The Best Of Lists for Boise
The secret is out. Gone are the days of holding on to the fact that Boise and Idaho is a “hidden gem” that we can only hope people don’t find out about. People are finding out how great it is to live in the City of Trees.
A moving and relocation blog who provides services and tips on how to make your move easier that the normal stress filled process is saying BOISE is the place to be. It always felt very intimidating and exciting at the same time to pack up my place and head for a new zip code or even just moving across town. Even though it can be scary, here are a few reasons why the Treasure Valley landed at the 4th spot of Top 10 places for young families to move to this year. The data was crunched and included are cost of living, taxes, education, the number of daycares and more.
Child Care and DayCares: 2.01 per square mile
This is amazing for families looking for the help with the lil ones when it comes time for work, or even getting some “us” couple time.
Average Rent: $945I know that moving back to Boise was something that was very exciting for our family because the cost of living was so much more affordable than it is across the country.
I know that moving back to Boise was something that was very exciting for our family because the cost of living was so much more affordable than it is across the country.
Students Per Class: 15
The schools in the Treasure Valley are really amazing. The teachers across the country have a lot on their plate always putting the kids first. In Boise, the average students in every classroom are 15. 15, that’s amazing! The amount of attention that kids get in the Treasure Valley is so great. No wonder so many Merit Scholars come from Boise Schools. Way to go!
To find out more about why Boise is the place to be and the other cities that made the list you can read more of the blog here at www.movebuddha.com