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Considerations for Buying a Home for Sale In Heyburn, Idaho

Homes for sale in Heyburn, Idaho offer buyers some unique benfits that you’d be hard pressed to repliate in many other Idaho towns. When I first moved to Heyburn, being born & raised in Burley made me initially skeptical about crossing over to the other side of the river onto Minidoka territory to buy home in Heyburn. However, I was quickly & positively surprized as to just how nice it actually is to live in Heyburn. Between nearby convieniences of stores for groceries & hardware, dining options and of course a variety of outdoor oportunities so close, I quickly became satisfied that we’d made a great decision.

For some people seeking a home in Heyburn, it’s all about the proximity of the river. There’s about the same amount Heyburn real estate as there is Burley real estate running along the Snake River but the one advantage to a home on or near the Heyburn side of the Snake is that these homes offer the view of Mt. Harrison in addition to the river. Even though my own home isn’t directly on the river, I still enjoy the view of Mt. Harrison from my front yard. Much of the realty in Heyburn also offers this fantastic view and is just another consideration for homebuyers seeking one of the many great opportunities of Heyburn real estate.

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

Heyburn Real Estate Agent - Realtor Ryan Amen

If you’re considering purchasing property in Heyburn, Idaho and need a realiable real estate agent who has solid knowledge of the many different upsides & downsides to specific parts of Heyburn, Text  me anytime, shoot me an email or give me a call at 208-421-1731 to discuss your Heyburn real estate needs. I’m also a REALTOR® so I subscribe to the strict code of ethics set forth by the National Association of REALTORS® and of course the Idaho & Mini-Cassia associations of REALTORS® as well.

Selling Your Heyburn Real Estate With A Heyburn Real Estate Agent & REALTOR®

If you’re thinking about selling your Heyburn home or property, you probably have a lot on your mind. You’re wondering what agent can help you determine the right price and help point out the features your realty has to prospective buyers and also help them understand the full value your property has to offer. You may also be wondering if going with a local real estate agent is best for the job or if maybe someone from a nearby more populated area (like Twin Falls) would be better if maybe they have more marketing experience.

Fortunately, for Heyburn home-sellers, I’ve lived most of my life between Burley, Heyburn & Rupert and I’ve also made a career out of marketing & advertising for the last 15+ years. There’s no need to choose between a local real estate agent or a seasoned marketing professional. I’ve made a living helping people get what they have to offer in front of people who are searching for that exact offering. I can help you do the same for your property. I’ll work hard to help you find the right buyers who are looking for the unique features your property has to offer. I’ll keep you in the loop all the way through & be responsive when you have questions.

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

More About Heyburn, Idaho Real Estate

Heyburn, Idaho has a population of 3,329 people as of a 2017 estimate. It is part of the Burley micropolitan area. Heyburn is a great town for those seeking a small-town community with low crime but isn’t too small to accommodate the needs and wants of the residents, such as hospitals, shopping, dining, and more.

Where Exactly Is Heyburn?

Heyburn, Idaho is just off Interstate 84 and is across the Snake River from Burley, Idaho. It is conveniently situated 84 miles from Pocatello, Idaho, 38 miles from Twin Falls Idaho and right between Burley & Rupert. So, even though Heyburn is a very quaint town, you have a bit more convienience that Burley & Ruper have to offer in terms of groceries, hardware stores, etc. and if you need a slightly bigger city or shopping experience, Twin & Pocy aren’t far.

What’s the Weather Like Living in Heyburn?

Heyburn sees an average of 19 inches of snow per year and 10 inches of rain per year. The climate classification for Heyburn is a semi-arid climate with cold winters and hot, dry summers. The average low in January is 19 degrees Fahrenheit, while the average high in January is 37. The average high in July is 89 degrees Fahrenheit, while the average low is around 55 degrees.

Schools Near Heyburn

  • Heyburn Elementary School (PK-5)
    1151 7th St Heyburn, Idaho 83336
    Ph: 208-679-2400
  • Mt. Harrison Jr-Sr High School (6-12)
    310 10th Street. Rupert, ID 83350
    Ph: 208-436-4727
  • White Pine Elementary School (K-6)
    1900 Hiland Ave, Burley, ID 83318
    Ph: 208-878-6632
  • Dworshak Elementary (K-6)
    102 E 19th St, Burley, ID 83318
    Ph: 208-878-6615
  • Burley Jr High (7-8)
    700 West 16th Street, Burley, ID 83318
    Ph: 208-878-6613
  • Burley High School (9-12)
    2100 Parke Ave, Burley, ID 83318
    Ph: 208-878-6606

Shopping & Convenience in or Near Heyburn:

  • Walmart Supercenter
    385 N Overland Ave, Burley, ID 83318
    Ph: 208-677-4709
  • Dollar Tree
    701 N Overland Ave, Burley, ID 83318
    Ph: 208-647-6000
  • Smith’s Food and Drug
    937 E Main St, Burley, ID 83318
    Ph 208-678-2253
  • Rivergate Crossing
    East 5th Street N & Overland Ave, Burley, ID 83336
    Ph: 208-678-1390
  • C-A-L Ranch Stores
    226 Overland Ave, Burley, ID 83318
    Ph: (208) 678-7610
  • Tony’s Service
    1366 US-30, Heyburn, ID 83336
    Ph: (208) 678-8053

Hospitals Around Heyburn:

  • Cassia Regional Hospital
    1501 Hiland Ave, Burley, Idaho
    Ph: 208-678-4444
  • Sterling Urgent Care
    1404 Pomerelle Ave #150, Burley, Idaho
    Ph: 208-878-8783

Animal Hospitals:

  • Ark Animal Hospital
    750 21st St, Heyburn, Idaho 83336
    Ph: 208-678-1177
  • Animal Medical Clinic
    274 S 600 W, Heyburn, Idaho 83336
    Ph: 208-679-4550

Nearby Dining in Heyburn:

Aside from the usual fast-food chains, there are a number of more local restaurants and diners to choose from. Most of which highly supported & loved by Heyburn, Burley & Rupert locals.

  • Stevo’s
    290 S 600 W, Heyburn, ID 83336
    Ph: 208-679-3887
  • El Caporal
    610 Overland Ave, Burley, ID 83381
    Ph 208-678-2117
  • Upper Crust Bistro
    1360 7th St, Heyburn, ID 83336
    Ph: 208-679-0972
  • Connor’s Cafe
    339 S 600 W, Heyburn, ID 83336
    Ph: (208) 679-9367

Things To Do Around Heyburn

If you live in Heyburn, there area quite a few things this area has to offer with the River so close and the mountains & desert not far. Below are just a sample of things to do & see around Heyburn:

History of Heyburn

Heyburn was the second frontier town settled in Minidoka County but is the fourth oldest town in the area. Originally called Riverton, since it is a town by a river. Heyburn was renamed after a senator who arrived in the area in 1883 to practice law. Senator Heyburn was a key figure in transforming the area known as the Territory of Idaho into the state everyone knows today.

When the Depression hit, many banks and businesses closed up and moved away, but the town held on and refused to die. When it came to attracting people back to Heyburn, it was art and artists who captured the attention of many. It was a school Superintendent by the name of J.M. Whiting who came up with the idea due to the same success he had in Utah.

Heyburn Job Market

The average US unemployment rate is 3.9% while Heyburn is lower at 2.5% and the job market in the area has increased by 0.9% in the last year and future job growth is predicted at 36.4% in the next 10 years. Heyburn has an average annual income of $15,596 per resident, which is lower than the US average. The sales tax rate is lower than the US average, but the income tax rate, at 7.4%, is 1.6 times higher than the US average.

When it comes to occupation, the largest industries in Heyburn, Idaho are manufacturing, retail, and agriculture, fishing, hunting, and forestry. The highest paying industries in the area include transportation and warehousing, scientific services, technical services, professional services, and utilities. The most common jobs by the number of employees are office & administrative support occupations with 188 people while the occupations with the least people were installation, maintenance, and repair occupations with 77 people.

Deciding where to move is a big step, whether it is across town or across the country. Learning about where you want to move to can take time, but once you find the perfect place, it is only a matter of getting there and finding your perfect home.

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

What Does It Mean to Be a REALTOR?

REALTOR® is a federally registered collective membership mark which identifies a real estate professional who is member of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® and subscribes to its strict Code of Ethics.

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