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Check here for the latest information about the Bozeman real estate market. Discover Bozeman real estate trends and view stats on the number of homes sold.
*Rates below are as of 4/5/2019
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MAY - 2018
M O N T A N A L I V I N G
Spring in Bozeman and Livingston
In early May, as temperatures warm, the ice melts off and the garage gets switched out. Skis are maintained and stored, and out come the clubs, bikes, canoes and kayaks, and all the footwear to accompany these activities. The mountain bikes stay dormant until later in May or even early June, as environmentally correct locals wait for the miles and miles of trails in the valley to properly dry out. Hiking is the best way to enjoy the trails and get the calves ready for mountain
“I think the condo market will remain strong because it’s the only market younger people can afford; it’s the first step to getting into the real estate market,” said Engel & Völkers Toronto Central’s Owner and Broker of Record, Anita Springate-Renaud. “Investors will buy them to rent them because there’s a shortage of rentals.” To read the full article, click here.
We are seeing a steady growth across the country, actually across the continent per the sited article. There are multiple reasons for that including consumer confidence, high levels of cash buyers, low unemployment which translates to more people working regularly and low inventory. We have a an extra low inventory here due to less future development while our water and sewer districts…
You're Invited: Concierge Auctions invites you to the preview of this magnificent Bridger Canyon custom home and stables to Realtors and the public. Enjoy lunch while learning the history and amenities of the home, stables and property, Bridger Canyon, and the the resident Elk herd.
This equestrian estate is nestled in Bridger Canyon amongst the evergreens and wildlife, custom designed and built with over 200 ton of hand-laid rock from a private quarry and accented by Fir and Cedar beams and floors. A…
Montana 406 is excited to announce our new partnership!
International real estate firm grows Rocky Mountain presence with its first
Montana real estate shop in Bozeman
Engel & Völkers North America, the international, premium real estate firm, announced the opening of its newest shop in Bozeman, Montana. The expansion comes as a result of a partnership with Montana 406, the region’s leading high-end brokerage. Owners Bret and PollyAnna Snyder will continue to lead the newly named Engel & Völkers Bozeman, providing its signature boutique service with enhanced global reach, in the Bozeman/Gallatin Valley, Livingston/Paradise Valley , and Big Sky markets.
“The interest in Bozeman’s real estate market,…
The epitome of a luxurious home is not just a well-appointed home. Rather, a luxurious home is one whose amenities allow for the owner to feel lavished upon or spoiled. Think royalty; Think opulence; Think extreme extravagance. The amenities and offerings within should rival the magnificence of our beautiful Montana location.
The word luxury brings to mind plenty of conveniences such as, pools, saunas, in-home gyms, game rooms, and fully-stocked kitchens, but what are the items that luxury home buyers want the most? What is a luxury homebuyer looking for when shopping for their new abode?
Here are 10 ideas listed in order of popularity that we think may intrigue even the wealthiest of home shoppers (or if you’re not among the jet-set, then here…
For the hip home seeker who longs to be near great food and culture, neighborhoods in Bozeman’s downtown area hold a nearly irresistible attraction. The "urban core" of many downtown areas across the country are undergoing a revitalization of sorts, as cities invest in projects and amenities to attract new residents, and Bozeman is no exception. As more people look for alternatives to long commutes and urban sprawl, homebuyers interested in being part of the action are flocking to Bozeman Urban Living.
The common notion that people use to justify living in the suburbs is that you “get more for your money.” When looking at easily quantifiable factors such as square footage, parking, a garage, and a backyard this may be true. What you pay for downtown is…