Gallatin County Voters OK Open Space Levy – BDC

Gallatin County voters have spoken that open space is important to them! Gallatin County voters OK open space levy By Freddy Monares Chronicle Staff Writer Jun 6, 2018 A proposition to increase taxes in Gallatin County and give more than $20 million to the county’s open space program was easily winning voter approval Tuesday night… read more →

Several Bozeman schools to change attendance boundaries

Due to Bozeman’s explosive growth, school boundaries are always subject to change. There will be even more changes as Bozeman’s second high school is built. See halfway down this article for links to proposed map changes. Several Bozeman schools to change attendance boundaries By Gail Schontzler Bozeman Daily Chronicle Feb 20, 2018 The Bozeman School.. read more →

Technology is tweaking the economics of mountain town living.

This is a fantastic article that explains why our area is slated for continued growth and at least in part why we are experiencing the accelerated sales pricing, competitive rental market and pressure on housing that we’ve been experiencing in the Bozeman, Big Sky and greater Bozeman area. An Economic Crossroads – Technology has broken.. read more →

Q3 2017 Y/Y/Y Real Estate Market Statistics and Metrics Plus Six Market Takeaways

Real Estate Market Analysis Q3 2017 Six Market Takeaways Video Single Family Homes Quarter 3 2017 showed continued median sales price acceleration across almost all areas with the exception of Big Sky. Median prices were up year over year between 9% (Livingston/City of Bozeman) and 20% (Three Forks). Days on market are indicative of a.. read more →

Quarter 2 2017 Greater Gallatin Real Estate Market Update Report and Metrics

Real estate market update and analysis Q2 2017 by Marcie Hahn-Knoff, Broker | REALTOR® Quarter 2 2017 shows a strong market with climbing median sales prices and for the most part declining days on market. The main stumbling block for our market is lack of inventory. Single family home sales showed an increase in median.. read more →

Gallatin County housing growth ranked 18th nationally, but lags new population

We are indeed in an inventory crunch – and with new rulings by the City of Bozeman on affordable housing, it will be interesting to see if the growth trend moves out of the city and into the county or into the Belgrade market, more. Gallatin County housing growth ranked 18th nationally, but lags new.. read more →

Ready to go from renter to homeowner?

The age old question – rent vs buy. In our area, rents are skyrocketing – and many people can purchase and pay less than renting a similiar property – by a lot. Renting vs. buying a home: Which is best for you? By Dawn Papandrea Posted: 11/18/16 Updated: 01/13/17 Sara Woznicki, a 25-year-old Richmond, Va.,.. read more →

Six takeaways from Prospera’s annual economic report

Our area of Montana is growing at record pace. Population, cost of living and our economy are expanding as a result. Prospera has just released their annual economic report for Gallatin and Park Counties. And the data indicates that this trend will continue. The report can be viewed in its entirety at prosperaprofile.org. Six takeaways.. read more →

2016 Year Over Year SW Montana Real Estate Market Comparison and Recap

‘Tis that time again – the final numbers are in for the 2016 real estate market in southwestern Montana and overall it is again a picture of growth. Let’s have a closer look at where the market sits in comparison to previous years. Key Metrics – Year over Year 2014, 2015, 2016 Southwest Montana Real.. read more →

Quarter 4 2016 SW Montana Real Estate Market Recap

As we near the heart of winter, let’s take a look back at the key real estate market metrics and statistics for the Bozeman, Belgrade, Big Sky and surrounding market for Quarter 4 2016. Key Metrics – Year over Year Comparison Quarter 4 2016 Southwest Montana Real Estate The Quarter 4 2016 real estate market.. read more →