We keep hearing there are more and more people wanting to make the Treasure Valley home, and this winter proves it.  Boise was one of only six housing markets to hit a record.

ATTOM Data Solutions, who run the biggest multi-source property database service, report that Boise (and five other regions in the country) hit record high home prices in the first quarter of 2017.

Ada County home prices began to surge ahead of the previous 2007 records in July, a typical time for higher prices, but it has continued through the middle of winter.  February marked the record median high at $256,600.  Canyon County followed and marked a new high in March at $175,000.

Other housing markets experiencing the higher sales prices are Provo, Utah, Fort Collins and Greeley, Colorado, Salem, Oregon, and Seattle.

It's also probably no surprise that Utah, Nevada, Florida, Oregon, Colorado, Oregon, and Idaho are the seven fastest growing states in 2016.

You can see more on this from the Idaho Business Review.