In Boise, Housing Struggles to Emerge From Its Malaise
In 2006, when Aaron and Julian Roberts (seen here with their twin sons, Lennon and Miles) started looking to buy, there was little they could afford. "Even a modest home was too much for us," says Jillian. But because of the precipitous drop in real estate prices, they can now afford a nice three-bedroom that once listed at $315,000. They ended up paying $169,000.