Out of the shadow: Belgrade aims to ‘re-seek’ identity amid shifting economy, planning struggles

Things have been heating up in Belgrade for years – it’s finally catching the attention of the press. It’s slowly breaking out of Bozeman’s shadow and no longer is interested in being passed off a ‘bedroom community’. Out of the shadow: Belgrade aims to ‘re-seek’ identity amid shifting economy, planning struggles By Lewis Kendall and.. 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 →

Featured listing – TBD Moving Company, Business Only – Bozeman

ACTIVE Offered at $160,000 Now is your opportunity to own the highest rated small moving company in the greater Bozeman area.  Licensed and insured with loyal, repeat business. Nimble and efficient – with room for growth.  Business specific CRM system built from the ground up with trackable data points and statistics.  Strong employee network. Working.. read more →

Gallatin County economy ranked by Policom strongest of its size in U.S. – BDC

Last year, Gallatin County was ranked 7th. This is a huge jump – soon we may no longer qualify as a Micropolitan market. Gallatin County economy ranked strongest of its size in U.S. By Lewis Kendall Chronicle Staff Writer Jan 12, 2018 Gallatin County’s economy, widely discussed across the state, received some national attention this.. read more →

Belgrade cheers changes to liquor license laws

This is a huge step for the service sector in Belgrade – hoping to see some new inspired restaurants and bars enter the scene as a result of this change. Belgrade cheers changes to liquor license laws by Freddy Monares, staff writer Dec 21, 2017 Belgrade News A bill that passed during the special legislative.. read more →

Selling Your Home During the Winter – Dave Ramsey

This column appeared in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle this weekend – sage advice for the winter months. I just had a home go pending with a backup after 1 day on the market at the start of December! Selling Your Home During the Winter – Dave Ramsey Thinking of selling your home sometime next year?.. read more →

Planners trim costs for Bozeman’s second high school

Planners trim costs for Bozeman’s second high school By Gail Schontzler Chronicle Staff Writer Nov 23, 2017 A pedestrian tunnel under Oak Street has been eliminated from the plans for Bozeman’s second high school, one of many changes made to cut construction costs by roughly $10 million. The school’s entryway façade will have less brick… 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 →

City raising taxes for tree maintenance | City | bozemandailychronicle.com

I’ve spoken to arborists over the past several years that said this was coming – we’re dominated by ash trees in many of our city areas – including Belgrade and Manhattan. As they become infected and die, we’ll need to be thinking of replanting. This will affect citizens in the City of Bozeman on their.. read more →

With easement suit settled, Baxter/Davis signal gets the green light | City | bozemandailychronicle.com

The four was stop at Davis and Baxter has been overburdened for some time – but the City’s rule about holding up development within a half mile of intersections that are overburdened has caused some development plans to fizzle in the last year.  With this particular intersection now resolved, it will be interesting to see.. read more →