Wilder, IdahoWilder, Idaho is one of the classic small rural towns the Gem State is known for. The area is agricultural, though the farmers in Wilder grow more than Famous Potatoes. Alfalfa seed, beans, hops, onions, sugar beets and seed corn all contribute to helping keep it a thriving farming community. In the history of Wilder, Idaho, homes began popping up over 100 years ago as people migrated west in search of hope and a fresh start. The City of Wilder website reveals that, initially, the area was all sagebrush and bleak landscape, but the Boise Project was under development and, as soon as irrigation water was provided to the area, it blossomed into one of the most productive and abundant farming regions in the entire country.

Because no existing Wilder, Idaho homes for sale existed, building boomed as homesteaders settled in Wilder in the early 1900s. There was talk of the railroad coming through the town, which fueled more interest in the city, and stores, schools, and churches began springing up. The growth continued over the decades, though it hasn't yet skyrocketed like in other nearby cities toward the east like Boise and Caldwell. Yet, Wilder is located close enough to the state capitol that it has drawn interest as a nice little city for families to settle in while commuting to Boise for work or to the university. Keeping in mind the history of Wilder, Idaho, homes and housing developments have been popping up to accommodate current growth as well as expected expansion in the near future.

With a population of just over 1700, Wilder is still a small town, but there are plenty of Wilder, Idaho homes for sale in price ranges to fit every budget. Additionally, with its proximity to agricultural and technology resources, Wilder is an ideal location for industrial or commercial businesses. Even manufacturers and transportation businesses would benefit from everything Wilder has to offer, including Highway 95, which happens to be the major highway that runs from California to Canada, taking in Western and Northern Idaho along the way. There is even an 18 Hole Golf Course along the Snake River called Riverbend Golf Course and another close by called Timberstone Golf Course.  

Whether you're an entrepreneur with a vision of taking advantage of the benefits of living and doing business in Wilder, or you work in one of the larger surrounding cities but would like to live in the peaceful quiet of a small town, Wilder is waiting for you. There are many different factors that affect the best time to sell in Wilder, Idaho, but, with the amount of growth the area has seen, there is usually a good number of Wilder, Idaho homes for sale throughout the year.  There are also some awesome small and large acreage properties as well as riverfront properties with boat docks on the Snake River in Wilder Idaho as well depending on your needs.

If you're in the market for an upgrade and want to know the best time to buy or sell in Wilder, Idaho, or if the history of Wilder, Idaho has you interested in purchasing a home in the area, it's wise to get help from a Realtor who knows Wilder and the local market. Jeff Stewart and the team at Stewart Realty have just the experience you need. Having worked in multiple areas of real estate in the area, including construction and real estate appraisal as well as residential, investment, and commercial real estate, Jeff has the background and expertise to help you buy or sell your house or find exactly what you're looking for.

To learn more about the history of Wilder, Idaho, homes or even if you're interested in Boise, Meridian, or the rest of Southwestern Idaho, give Jeff Stewart at Stewart Realty a call for a personal tour of the area and some great homes that fit your needs and budget. Jeff Stewart, Broker/Owner, 208-602-1993 or jeff@stewartrealtyllc.com.