The Meridian Idaho real estate market offers many opportunities for buyers, from affordable condos and single-family homes to luxury homes. Discover Idaho Homes offers buyers a complete list of all properties on the Meridian Idaho real estate market. Start your search here.
Meridian Idaho is a nice suburb community just to the west of Boise. The Meridian Idaho Real Estate market, generally speaking, offers more home affordability than Boise. Often, a new home in the Meridian Idaho real estate market would cost about 20%-30% less than an identical home in NE Boise (one of the more expensive areas).
Like many communities around Boise, the population in Meridian has exploded in recent years. In 1990 the population was about 12,000; by 2000, it was about 35,000;and in 2009, over 68,500 people called Meridian Idaho home. This equates to a 96.2% increase in population since the year 2000. In fact, since 1994, the Meridian Idaho real estate market is one of the fastest growing in Idaho.
The town of Meridian Idaho was established in 1893 (incorporated into a village in 1903) with a population of 200. The early settlers were ranchers and farmers. In 1897 a creamery was built, followed shortly thereafter by other dairy-related businesses, and Meridian quickly established itself as a dairy center for the state. Meridian Dairy Days are still celebrated annually in June, a tradition since 1929.
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