Kuna, Idaho used to be a small town on the outskirts of Boise. A Dairy and agriculture town, with one small street that consisted of main street, older homes and small town folks. As Boise grew and also as Meridian grew, Kuna became closer and closer to the main metropolis area. As Nampa did, Kuna became somewhat of an extension suburb to Boise. In the boom going a little bit futher "south and west" was the way to go to get the less expensive homes. Kuna is south and west and certainly did have less expensive homes and therefore became central to the housing market and the Boise boom. Builders came in droves, bought up farm land and began developments. Now Kuna still remains a small town on the outskirts of Boise and Meridian, but it has a lot more folks who live in Kuna and work in Boise and maybe aren't part of the "small town" that Kuna once was. I personal really like Kuna and I'd live there if I found the right place. I wanted to check out what Kuna looked like as far as numbers go and Market Reports. See below for the 2011 market statistics.
Average sold prices are lower than much of the rest of Ada County and are closer to what Canyon County numbers look like. Note the lowest average sales price of $92,735 in May and the highest at $127,978 in August.
If you have any questions about these numbers or anything about Kuna as a whole please give me a call.
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