Navigating High Prices and Few Home Choices in the Gallatin Valley

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It’s a seller’s market in the Gallatin Valley, meaning the market is more favorable to sellers than buyers – more people looking to buy, fewer properties for sale and multiple offers on homes. If you’ve been house hunting in the Gallatin Valley recently that probably doesn’t come as much of a surprise. But finding your way in a tight housing … Read More

New Year, New Backyard

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Happy 2018! I hope your New Year is off to a great start. Everyone is all about resolutions when we flip the calendar from December to January. If your New Year’s resolution is to find a new home in 2018, I’ve got some tips to help you get there. Whether you are a first-time homebuyer or you’re looking for a … Read More

Improvements To Do + Some to Avoid Before Selling

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People typically shop for homes in warmer weather. Think about it: do you really want to be trudging through the snow, taking off your boots in a dozen different houses and trying to imagine what the landscaping will look like in June? Probably not. But, if you think that means it’s time to relax and wait for the snow to … Read More

Headed to the East Side

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The West Side of Bozeman may be known for its recent building boom, but the East Side has been a happening spot for years. More established houses and neighborhoods sport larger lots shaded by flourishing, mature trees. Living here puts you in the epicenter of town, and the abundance of outdoor offerings and local businesses mean the best of Bozeman … Read More

Exploring South Side

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Stepping into Bozeman’s South Side, you can feel the energy radiating off of the Montana State University campus. From the crunch of leaves under your bike tire on a warm autumn afternoon to the enticing aroma of pizza from Bridger Brewing, the South Side is alive with Bozeman charm. While the North Side is known for its funky vibe, the … Read More

The West Side of Bozeman: An Insider Scoop

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From endless outdoor recreation opportunities to a booming nightlife to a top tier college, there’s nothing this town lacks. It’s unsurprising that year after year, people move here in droves. Yet despite its consistent growth (our “town” is now technically a “city”), Bozeman retains that charming, mountain-town feel. Simply put, I feel lucky to live here. It’s not hard for … Read More

Interested in living in Northside of Bozeman?!

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It will always remain a debate since the first settlers walked the streets of downtown Bozeman, north side or south side of Bozeman? Which is better? To live? Raise your roots? Experience Bozeman to its fullest? Purchasing a home is a big deal, as we all know. While most working folks get pushed to the west side of town, there … Read More

Open House Alert

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12 Ringneck Big Sky, MT 59716 MLS #218811 Wednesday June 21,2017 4:00 PM- 6:00 PM 3 Bedrooms 2.5 Baths 1 Attached Garage Backs up to undeveloped land New Cold Roof Come take a look at this stunning property before or after you swing by the Big Sky Farmers Market! Don’t miss out on the local summer festivities… Make an offer … Read More

Indusrty Interview of the Week: Western Skies landscapes

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  We had the pleasure to sit down with Mike Keller, and Chad Mackey from Western Skies Landscapes to ask them a few questions about the wild world of landscaping. Here is what they had to say!   B.R.: How did you discover landscaping was your passion?   M.K.: I have a genuine love for the outdoors, and love working … Read More

How Paint Can Affect Your Buying and Selling Experience: Neutrals

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Why Paint? If you are in the market to buy or sell your home, paint can be your best friend or your worst nightmare. Colors impact moods on a psychological level, and can seriously turn on or off potential buyers. Painting is the cheapest, and easiest way to give a home a fresh and updated look. When listing your home … Read More