Which state is the most expensive in Idaho?
Idaho is a landlocked state where the price of land is often much higher than in other states.
With a population of 1.3 million people, the state has an average price of $4,921 per square foot, according to real estate company Compass Real Estate.
The average price per square-foot in Montana is $3,908.
The most expensive city in Idaho is Boise, with a $2,847 average per square mile, according for Realtor.com.
The state’s costliest real estate markets are in the Northwest, with the metro area in the Chicago area and Boise and Spokane in the Idaho Falls area.
The West Coast and Midwest are the least expensive, with Seattle, Portland and San Francisco all in the top five.