Kevin has been involved in real estate for 19 years as both a REALTOR and an investor. Prior to moving to Boise, he graduated from San Diego State University where he majored in Business Administration. Since then he has been dedicated to finding good real estate investments for his clients as well as for himself.
In his free time, Kevin enjoys hiking in the foothills with his 2 chocolate labs, mountain biking, and cheering on the Boise State Broncos. Although the competition in his neighborhood is fierce, Kevin looks forward each year to decorating his home and yard with festive lights during the holiday season.
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Boise, Ada County, is the capital city of Idaho, USA, and also the biggest city in the entire state. The perfect combination of traditional attractions and more unusual sights, this city, beside the Boise River, has the perfect self contained metro atmosphere. Apart from the commercial and business success, Boise, nestled in the Rocky Mountain foothills, has numerous outdoor and mountain activities to offer both its local residents and visitors. The Bogus Basin Ski Resort offers a great season of skiing, the river and its reservoirs offer biking trails on the greenbelt and boating and fishing.
The area around the city of Boise has a range of terrain and activities, including rivers, lakes, desert, and mountains offering as range of outdoor activity ranging from hiking, and camping, boating, kayaking, and river rafting, to hunting, skiing, and fishing. Known as the City of Trees, the community of Boise has a number of unique museums, as well as urban parks for the enjoyment and recreation of residents and visitors. However, that's not all the city has to offer. Boise is also an important hub of commerce and banking for the entire state, and the seat of its government. It is a busy and thriving capital city with a powerful and growing economy that perfectly serves this metropolitan area which is home to over 500,000 people.
With ample wide-open spaces, and a range of terrains and recreations available, Boise provides a spectrum of things to see, do, and enjoy. The cultural scene is self-sufficient, and the charm of the lifestyle is urban and outdoorsy, with an emphasis on entrepreneurship. Boise is also home to the largest university within the state, Boise State, which caters to the higher educational needs of more than 20,000 students. The educational needs of school age Boise residents are taken care of by a list of 34 great grade schools, and nine junior high, as well as five high schools in the city.
The community and its business climate profit from the many state and local funds for workforce development, while the local community has a strong assistance system for infrastructure, a combination which makes the community of Boise a major draw for new and emerging companies. The unparalleled urban lifestyle of the community also draws new, and young, residents to the city every year. Both locals and visitors enjoy the superb mildness of the weather, and the easy access to a varied range of recreation opportunities. Summers are vibrant with blue skies and long sunny days, with sunsets occurring well after nine, providing more time to enjoy the many recreations the community has to offer.
These recreations include the Sun Valley Summer Symphony, a couple of hours east of town, and kayaking and whitewater activities at Horseshoe Bend, an hour to the north. Boise boasts over eight hundred acres of open spaces, laid out along the main riverside pathway. Downtown, the cultural district offers numerous acts, big names, stopping off for a gig on their way to Seattle and Portland. The local Boise ballet, as well as the philharmonic, also performs on weekends. Downtown Boise offers national retailers, and classy restaurants, and the Basque Block has one of the largest collections of the Pyrenees culture in the United States. Other unique sites include the Black History Museum, the state Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial, and more.