July - 2018
M O N T A N A L I V I N G
Summer in Bozeman and Livingston
We have enjoyed lots of sun and fun this summer. As Bozeman and Livingston have warmed up, the activities and entertainment have also. Music on Main is weekly on Thursday in downtown Bozeman as well as two weekly farmer's markets and monthly art walk, we enjoyed the Bozeman Stampede and the Livingston Rodeo, The SweetPea Festival, The Ridge Run and numerous other events, never a dull moment! The views have been spectacular with the ample wildflowers and greenery from this past…
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If you are wondering how everyone stays afloat in our beautiful state, this may answer your question...
"The percentage of Montanans whose main occupation is owning a business is the highest in the country. As of 2015, 10.2 percent of Montanans are their own boss, compared to 6 percent nationally."
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If you are considering a move to Montana, check out these growing companies across the state and let us know how we can advise you on your move! Inquire about real estate
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Near the north entrance of Yellowstone National Park, overlooking the Tom Minor Basin is a two stand alone homes that total almost 11,000 square feet, both with meticulous attention to detail. Steel and concrete provide the foundation for some of the most beautiful finishes currently on the market. Indian Slate, Rosa Perla Stone, Granite, Travertine, Nevil Logs & Georgia Cypress just to give you an idea of the materials you will see in these homes. Upper home has master suite, 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, custom kitchen, 2 family rooms, wet bar, fireplace & laundry. The views from this home will absolutely take your breath away. Look into the entire Paradise Valley and Yellowstone. Lodge features a huge family room with the most incredible Cherry Wood bar…
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Shelter Island, Montana, began earning its name back in the late 1800s, according to its agent Dawn Maddux. The native people of the area would hunt buffalo by running them off Painted Rock Cliff (an outcrop neighboring the island that still exhibits tribal paintings). The story goes that one buffalo swam its way to safety at Shelter Island. In the early 1900s, a drowning fisherman did the same, and lived here for a time. There was also historically a sweat lodge on the island, Ms. Maddux said.
Today, Shelter Island is home to Montana’s largest private estate, which was completed in 2011.
Consistent with its history, it remains a restorative and peaceful retreat: a 22-plus acre private island with a main house and a boathouse with guest quarters.…
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The U.S. Treasury Department has approved Montana's 25 Opportunity Zones as nominated by Governor Steve Bullock.
In April 2018, Bullock nominated 25 areas of Montana for designation as an Opportunity Zone, after communities submitted proposals for consideration.With the help of Prospera, the City of Bozeman was selected for an Opportunity Zone in May 2018. The Zone is a designated census tract south of Bozeman (along 19th/MSU) that is designed to provide tax benefits to investors. These Zones are new creations in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, and will act as an incentive for infill development.
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