10 Reasons We Love Coeur d’Alene Idaho

We Love Coeur d’Alene and here are 10 reasons you will love Coeur d’Alene too!

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10 Reasons We Love Coeur d'Alene Idaho

10 Reasons We Love Coeur d’Alene Idaho

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10 Reasons We Love Coeur d’Alene Idaho

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#1,  We are Baby Boomer-friendly!  We live in the most beautiful little city on Lake Coeur d’Alene.  We welcome the Baby Boomer generation and people from all over America are moving to Coeur d’Alene Idaho.

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#2,  Best Homes with land for the money!  When you sell your home in the city you live in you can expect to buy a beautiful home with CASH at unbelievable prices.

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Julie Paterson Realtor

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#3,  Voted CLEANEST CITY IN AMERICA!  Expedia Viewfinder Travel Blog did its research and after thousands of reviews, Coeur d’Alene was voted the Cleanest city in America.

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#4,  We have Lot’s of Water! Coeur d’Alene Idaho has so much water we could be as rich as Texas if we sold some to California or Arizona. First of all Lake Coeur d’Alene is 25 miles long with 109 miles of shoreline.  Goes 220 feet deep with a water volume of 2,360,000 acre-feet.  This Lake is the gem of North Idaho. The local Coeur d’Alene area has Spirit Lake, Fernan Lake, Hauser Lake, Hayden Lake, Rose Lake, Twin Lakes, and Killarney Lake.

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#5,  Coeur d’Alene was given the Idaho Google eCity Award!  Google recognizes the best online business communities in each state. The winning cities’ have a strong business community utilizing the internet to find new customers, connect with existing customers and fuel their local economy.  Coeur d’Alene is recognized as a tech startup hub with a vibrant digital footprint.  Creating a growing business environment in our small town on the Lake.

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#6,  Best Outdoor Recreation! This little town has more diverse outdoor activities than most States offer. Coeur d’Alene is often compared to Martha’s Vineyard, Aspen or Tahoe. But with more charm and the people are so friendly, they just talk to you on the street.

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#7,  Coeur d’Alene is full of Nice-People! My first vacation to Coeur d’Alene in 2007 I noticed how friendly the people were.  Not the hurry up rudeness I experience in the other cities I have visited.  Kids will hold the door open at the mall or a restaurant, and actually, wait while you enter the building.  In the grocery store, people say “Hello” for no reason other than to be nice.  After living here for 10 years nothing has changed, people are nice and I like it.

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#8,  Coeur d’Alene is a SAFE-CITY!  When I first moved here I read in the newspaper that 80% of the males in CDA carried a concealed weapon.   That means the law-abiding males, (and females), were carrying a gun hidden from the public, but ready to be used to stop any criminal that wants to hurt innocent people in the city of Coeur d Alene. I have lived in CDA for 10 years now and I have not heard of 1 car-jacking or a home take-over by criminals looking to steal your family valuables.  When you live in a place where 95% of Law abiding citizens have guns at home, and the criminals know it.  You get very little crime.

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#9,  We are Family Friendly!  When I first moved my family here from Southern California I noticed how much this community appreciated family first.  I was intrigued by how many Moms, did not have to work a full-time job to help support their family.  Fathers can work a full-time job and afford a nice home in a good neighborhood.  And Mom can be a full-time Mom raising the family the way America was designed to work.  America, pay attention to this way of life.  Moms that can say their job is a full-time Mom is what makes Coeur d’Alene great.

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#10,  We have a lower cost of living!  Cost of living is lower than other comparable beautiful cities

with the same features and benefits as Coeur d’Alene.  Coeur d’Alene, by California and Seattle standards, is the 50% State.   This means that overall the cost of living is 50% less than where we lived all our lives.   When you take energy & water fees, insurance, home costs, taxes, and gas prices this makes sense.  If you are moving here for retirement you can expect your savings to last 50% longer than if you stayed in your hometown.

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10 Reasons We Love Coeur d’Alene Idaho

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Enjoy Coeur d’Alene

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