U.S. West Ski Homes Continue to See Steady Investment – Mansion Global

Considering a purchase in the Big Sky, Yellowstone Club or Bridger Canyon/Bridger Bowl areas? According to Mansion Global, it’s not a bad investment, either… U.S. West Ski Homes Continue to See Steady Investment Stake your claim where snow and sky unite By Jennifer Tzeses Mansion Global 10-22-17 With its bluebird days, powdery trails, and miles.. read more →

‘Right Now We’re Booming’ | Municipal | belgrade-news.com

Belgrade has been experiencing a boom of new construction as Ryen Glenn neighborhood has taken off and Meadowlark Ranch and Las Campanas continue to infill. ‘Right Now We’re Booming’ Belgrade on track to break record for building permits by Freddy Monares, Belgrade News staff writer Jul 13, 2017 Belgrade city planners say they are on.. read more →

Living Near These Stores Boosts A Home’s Value – INMAN

While we do not have either of these two stores in Bozeman, the effect is real. I see this as a direct comparison to living close to Bozeman’s vibrant Main Street and all the fabulous shops, restaurants, eateries and events that the area offers. Living near these 2 stores boosts a home’s value – Whole.. 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 3 2016 Real Estate Market Recap and Metrics – Southwestern Montana

Hot off the presses! Please enjoy this compilation of market metrics for the Bozeman, Bozeman Area, Belgrade, Manhattan, Three Forks, Livingston and Big Sky areas of Southwestern Montana, focusing on single family homes, condo/townhomes and land sales.  Quarter 3 2016 statistics are compared against those from 2015 and 2014. Click on image above for YouTube.. read more →

Gallatin County growth rate ranked 24th in nation | Population hits 100K

Commuter traffic is increasing – and the parking lots are more full across the valley at shopping centers, office complexes and recreational trailheads. We’ve officially hit 100,000 and are among the fastest growing counties in the country. Gallatin County growth rate ranked 24th in nation | County hits 100,000 residents By Eric Dietrich Chronicle Staff.. read more →

Quarter 3 Real Estate Market Snapshot – Southwestern Montana | Bozeman | Belgrade

2014 continues to be a banner year for real estate in Southwestern Montana.  Existing and new construction sales continue to accelerate – across the majority of the market median prices are up, days on market are down and inventory is tight.   This chart summarizes the market as of August 31, 2014 – the end of.. read more →

Possible Expansion of Skyline Service in Big Sky

Skyline Bus – Proposed Service Improvements – Direct from Town Center to the Mountain Village Skyline is proposing a new direct route from Town Center to Mountain Village for Friday-Sunday during the winter season (December 20-April 6).  There would be one additional run during the morning, and then approximately eight hours of service each evening. .. read more →

Rising Bozeman housing costs coming to Belgrade

The Prospera Business Network published its trice annual cost of living study that confirmed what most Gallatin Valley residents already know: Bozeman’s housing market is expensive.According to the report, housing in Bozeman costs 9.5 percent more than the rest of the nation. Drew Little, the Prospera Program Manager, said that number does not factor in.. read more →