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A Local Perspective

Boise is a city that has been lauded for its progressive and aggressive approach to creating a thriving, sustainable and attractive community. With a population of just over 200,000 in the city proper, the metropolitan area tops 600,000 residents. This makes it smaller only than Portland and Seattle in the Pacific Northwest.

Boise is home to Boise State University, but also a number of satellite schools and colleges, including two law school programs. In addition to having good educational options, Boise is a great place for students heading away from home for the first time. Consistently ranked among the safest cities in America, friends and family can rest easy when their loved ones relocate to Boise.

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Finding a Boise Apartment

When to search

Boise has a respectable vacancy rate, so you should always be able to find an apartment. Most online listings show that they are listed for immediate availability. As long as you start looking a month before your move in date, you shouldn't have any problems finding a place to hang your hat.

How to Search

Finding an apartment can be hard, especially when there are so many choices. With our filters, you can narrow your search by price, floorplan, and amenities. Looking for an apartment building with a fitness center, swimming pool, and easy access to a dog park? We've got you covered.

Staying in the know

Preparation is everything. If you show up for a meeting with a landlord and have a copy of a credit report, a resume, and reference contact information in hand, you're going to make a very strong first impression. This can get you in the door before the landlord even starts looking at competing applications.

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Life in Boise


If you don't have a car, location is going to be everything when you're searching for an apartment in Boise. Research where you're going to school or working and make sure you get a place that is within a reasonable walk, as the transit system can't be relied on to provide good reach throughout the city. If you're a cyclist, the Boise Green Belt provides you with a perfect cycling path that cuts across the entire town.

Where to play

Downtown is where the action is in Boise. Although we've all heard jokes cracked about the bustling nightlife in the capital of Idaho, the reality is that the nightlife is pretty great compared to comparably sized cities. Whether its an Irish pub, live music or a serious club you're looking for, you can find it downtown. For outdoor enthusiasts, white water rafting in the summer and nearby skiing at Bogus Basin in the winter should satisfy your need for adrenaline.