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Boise Idaho Low Rental Vacacy Means Higher Rents

Boise Idaho Vacancy Report Update:
As of July 25th, 2012, First Rate Property Management's vacancy is 1.95%, compared to 2.7% last year at this time. In 2010 the vacancy rate was 3.7% and in 2009 it was 5.1%. Last week’s blog is holding true, we are experiencing record low rental vacancy numbers.  Because of this, we are asking and getting higher rents in some select areas.

 
Posted by Robert Waldron for:

Tony A. Drost

 

 

 

 


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First Rate Property Management, Inc
Boise, ID

07-25-2012
Tony Drost
Boise Area Rental Market
08-29-2016

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