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Booming Boise Market Attracts National Builders

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Booming Boise Market Attracts National Builders

How one LA builder is working to meet local demand

December 2, 2021
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Boise’s active housing market is seeing an influx of national home builders rushing to meet a recent rise in local demand. KB Home, a Los Angeles building company, is now the fifth-largest homebuilder by closings and seventh-largest by revenue to enter the Boise market, according to the Idaho Statesman

The company owns or controls over 1,100 sites and is quickly expanding its services and acquiring more land in the area. KB Home is planning to introduce multiple subdivisions in 2022 with a design studio and custom home options to help buyers choose customized features. 

Boise’s booming home market is no longer a secret. Homebuilders are rushing to meet a recent increase in demand. KB Home, one of the largest homebuilders in the country, announced plans on Thursday to become the latest national builder to enter the local market. 

KB Home has spent the past 10 months working to secure rights to sites on which it can build. The Los Angeles company now owns or controls more than 1,100 sites and “is moving aggressively to acquire additional land in the area,” according to a news release.

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