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Oakley, Idaho Real Estate

Considerations for Buying a Home for Sale In Oakley, Idaho

Oakley is a small-town worth consideration if you are looking for a home to buy in rural Southern Idaho. Much like Declo or Paul, this great small farming community isn’t too far from conveniences nearby towns like Burley offer but allows you to get well away from anything resembling a city of size & experience everything small-town Idaho has to offer. If you’re looking for a town that’s big enough to have a highschool, a gas station & only a few blocks you could call “in town”, then Oakley might be where you want to hang your hat.

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

Selling Your Oakley Idaho Home or Real Estate

Don’t hesitate to contact a local REALTOR® & real estate agent to help you sell your Oakley home or property. 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 Oakley realty.

Ryan Amen - Oakley 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 Oakley house or property today.

More About Oakley Real Estate

Schools Around Oakley:

Oakley offers 2 schools which cover grades 1-12:

  • Oakley Elementary School:
    455 E Poplar St
    (208) 862-3203
  • Oakley High School
    455 W Main St
    (208) 862-3328

Things to Do Around Oakley

Whether you are staying or passing by, there are several activities to do in Oakley town. Some popular tourist activities include rock climbing, hiking and picnic at the City of Rocks National Reserve. You can also enjoy a delicious steak at Almo Inn or sample artisan bread at Kissiani Restaurant Brewery in nearby Burley. Other activities include fishing at Oakley Reservoir, hiking into Independence Lakes and hunting or riding ATVs around Trapper Creek or Cottonwood area. If you enjoy outdoor recreation, there’s an abundance of it & endless exploration just a stone’s throw away from Oakley.

Some History of Oakley, Idaho

Ranchers and Mormon immigrants founded Oakley back in 1878. You can still find old stone and brick buildings built as far back as 1883. The historical museum also chronicles the history of the town and neighboring city of Rocks. Oakley got its name in 1882 from William Oakley, one of the first people to settle and form a community in the area. The town also has natural reserves and some old reminders of how transformed the neighboring cities have become.

Jobs around Oakley

[[Oakley economy is good considering the size of the area. 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%, which is lower than the US average (7.3%). The income tax rate is 7.4%, which is higher than the 4.6% US average. The average income salary of residents is $15,112 per year, while the median household income is $38,295. Agriculture, forestry, education services and retail are the principal occupations. Many residents commute to Burley for work. There’s also the local Oakley rock quarries which employ countless residents & migrant workers seasonally (and some year-round), have been around for decades and supply stone around the world.

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

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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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