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Pocatello is situated in the southeastern part of the state of Idaho and a city and seat of Bannock County and sits in the Portneuf River valley. The area where the present-day Pocatello was the intermontane stopover point along the Oregon Trail and was then settled and named as after the Indian leader, Shoshone Bannock, who granted the rights-of-way to the railroads in 1882 and surrendered a considerable portion of the Fort Hall Indian reservation can give access to the railroads. With its location on the ticket, the settlers' numbers grew slowly, and upon the opening of the reservation is 1902, it gave rise to the development, and Pocatello then became a principal railway depot on the Union Pacific line that is in between Omaha in Nebraska and Portland in Oregon.

Home Prices

427,365 +10%
229,300 -19%

Relative Price (per sqft.)

110 -6%


40 -38%
24 -14%

Market Duration

41 -4%
Population 54,350 (5.40%)
House Size (sqft.) 2,303 (-6.34%)