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Declo Idaho Real Estate

Considerations for Buying a Home for Sale In Declo, Idaho

Declo is a great place to consider when searching for a home in Southern Idaho. This great small-town farming community has just enough convenience & ammenities to make living here comfortable & convenient. If you love the idea of living in a quiet, small and tight-knit community, Declo may be just the place for you to call home.

Text anytime, shoot me an email or give me a call at 208-421-1731 to discuss your next Declo real estate transaction.

Selling Your Declo Idaho Real Estate

Don’t hesitate to contact a local REALTOR® & real estate agent to help you sell your Declo home. With 15 years of marketing experience and a lifetime of enjoying & living in the Mini-Cassia area, Ryan Amen with Idaho Property Quest can help you sell your Declo real estate.

Ryan Amen - Declo Real Estate Agent & REALTOR® with Idaho Property Quest

Heyburn Real Estate Agent - Realtor Ryan Amen

Text me anytime, shoot me an email or give me a call at 208-421-1731 to discuss selling your Declo home today.

More About Declo Realty

Schools Around Declo:

Declo offers a local school for all ages and has 3 local facilites:

  • Declo High School:
    Address: 505 Main St, Declo, ID 83323
    Phone: (208) 654-2030
  • Declo Junior High School:
    Address: 205 E Main St, Declo, ID 83323
    Phone: (208) 654-9960
  • Declo Elementary School.
    Address: 120 E Main St, Declo, ID 83323
    Phone: (208) 654-2391

Things to Do Around Declo

Declo is a small town with very few people. In the 2010 census, the city had only 343 people. Declo real estate also features very few accommodation options, making it a temporary stop for most tourists. However, there are various things to do around Declo before you move to neighbor towns. Some of the popular activities include hanging out in the Haunted Mansions of Albion or the Historic Wilson Theatre. Idaho Water Sports and Heyburn Riverside RV Park also offer perfect chill spots. You can also enjoy the nightlife at Shakers.

History of Declo

Declo is known for its extensive irrigation networks. The town got its name back in 1916 and transformed from a dessert to farmland using water from the Snake River. The fertile riverbank farmlands rise to flat plains before ascending to the Albion Mountains. Declo was originally Marshfield, but the Central Post Office chose to rename it to a five-letter word derived from the names of the first five people to enter the post. You can read more about Cassia County Towns and their name origins. With the availability of water and farmlands, settlers arrived in the town looking to harness its natural resources. However, its rural setup and small size meant it could only support a small population.

Declo Job Market

Declo economy is more stable than most states. The unemployment rate is 2.2%, which lower than the US average (3.9%). The rural town experienced a 0.8% increase in the job market and the growth is projected to reach 35% in the next ten years. The sale tax rate is 6.0%, while the income tax rate is 7.4%. The average income salary of residents is $14,499 per year, while the median household income is $46,712. Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting are the primary occupations, but the town also offers mining, construction and manufacturing. Declo is mainly a farming community that transformed its desserts into fertile agricultural lands. Most families have a farm.

Text me anytime, shoot me an email or give me a call at 208-421-1731 to discuss your next Declo, Idaho real estate transaction today.

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Ryan Amen : Idaho Property Quest
409 S 750 W
Heyburn, ID 83336
Phone: 208-421-1731
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