The Idaho Falls community is an active regional hub located west of the base of the Rocky Mountains in the Snake River Plain. The river as well as a 22’ water fall flow through the center of town. The City of Idaho Falls, along with its residents, take great pride in maintaining a Greenbelt that runs along both sides of the river. This is a much enjoyed space frequented by locals and travelling guests.
Idaho Falls has a strong history in agriculture, which continues today. The Idaho National Laboratory is a large employer along with health care and a growing entertainment, arts, dining, and small business sector.
Idaho Falls has been honored with awards over the years, including:
- Business Week: Best Places to Raise Kids
- Forbes: 2010 Best Small Places for Business & Careers
- Money.CNN: Top 100 Cities
AmeriTitle was recently recognized with a Chamber of Commerce Business of Distinction Award.
The award states, “AmeriTitle is consistent in serving the community and giving opportunities for growth for their employees. AmeriTitle works together with all the local lenders, realtors, brokers, and lawyers to close on one of the biggest investments people will purchase in their life.”
When residents need a break from work, there are plenty of activities to choose from. If embracing the outdoors is on your bucket list, you can find a diverse list of classes available to help you get moving.
You don’t have to travel far to reach Eastern Idaho’s, Yellowstone Teton Territory. The region offers classes for all ages and fitness levels. The list is long and includes: fly fishing, swimming, hiking, golfing, biking, boating, tennis, ATV, hunting, horseback riding, and rock climbing.
Dust off that sports equipment to enjoy this impressive line-up of facilities in Idaho Falls: 30 baseball fields, 20 soccer fields, 4 golf courses, tennis courts, ice skating, horse tracks, aquatic center, motocross raceway, and 12,000+ acres of parks.
A special bonus to the list of livability awards and year round outdoor recreation, is the fact that Idaho Falls remains an affordable place to buy a home.
The median home price reported by Snake River Regional MLS in October, 2015 was $154,200. With a low average price per square foot, you can purchase a lot of home for your dollar here.
The Yellowstone Teton Territory page sums it up best:
“The amazing natural wonders of the Tetons, the diverse and thriving large animal population of Yellowstone, and the excellent fishing, snowmobiling, and cultural attractions of the greater Idaho Falls area can only be experienced in person.”
If you want to experience this area and all it has to offer in person, you can start here:
AmeriTitle is proud to serve the title and escrow needs of this community. If you plan to buy or sell property in the area, please ask your real estate professional to choose, AmeriTitle.
Connect with our AmeriTitle Idaho Falls team: 208-403-9464
Stop in for a visit: 1650 Elk Creek Dr., Idaho Falls, ID 83404
Richard Hajek, General Manager – email@example.com
Visit us on the web: www.amerititle.com
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