Becoming one of the most popular destinations for strong growth during the pandemic, Boise City, Idaho, about 335 miles from Reno, Nev., is now seeing residents leave, rents being cut and vacancies rise. The Western city tied with Southern Crestview-Fort Walton Beach-Destin, Fla., as having two of the nation’s weakest performances among 150 markets tracked by RealPage

With roughly 811,000 residents, the city, which is its county seat and state’s capitol, has about 31,500 existing apartment units and has usually operated at a healthier pace than the national average. During COVID-19, it experienced significant growth. 

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