In fewer than four years, the great population bulge that has been dubbed Generation Y will begin entering the new-home market, and as they move in, they are likely to change the way things are done in the home building business.
Somewhere between the foothills and the farmland, Boise rambles, rolls, and races to the horizon. But, so far, there's nothing stopping this burgeoning capital city's inevitable gold rush. Not the flood of newcomers flocking in for a flourishing job market. Not the waves of investors hunting for homes in its recreation-rich setting. And certainly not the shortage of land.