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2019 Bozeman Real Estate Market Report

The 2019 housing market was fueled Nationally by the overall strength of the economy across most of the country. The stock markets reached new highs throughout the year, improving the asset bases of millions of Americans. Unemployment rates fell to 50-year lows, while wages increased, creating new home buyers. Mortgage rates also declined significantly from […]

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First Quarter Real Estate Market Update

In Bozeman, Big Sky and across the Gallatin Valley we’ve compiled some interesting insights into how the real estate market has performed in Q1. Below you will find our first quarter overview of key real estate market trends for Gallatin County: Closed Sales decreased 4.9 percent for Single Family homes, and 8.7 percent for Condo/Townhouse […]

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Gallatin Valley Population Growth on the Rise

Since 2010 the population in Gallatin Valley has increased by 25%. The population in our county is approaching 112,000 according to new estimates by the U.S. Census Bureau. That indicates an increase of 22,363 people which comes out to 25%, since 2010. The Gallatin Valley population growth continues to fuel the local real estate market. […]

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Top 5 Hikes in Bozeman

Despite waking up to snow on the ground the past few days, we can feel spring is right around the corner! Blooming wildflowers, running rivers and warmer temps means it’s time to get outside. Below we’ve compiled our recommendations for the top 5 hikes in Bozeman. Dust off your hiking boots, it’s time to hit […]

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Bozeman’s New High School Gets Named

Bozeman Westslope high school will be the official name for Bozeman’s second high school. The school, which is currently under construction is slated for completion in spring of 2020. The Bozeman School Board voted 7-0 Monday to choose a name for the community’s second high school, despite calls for delaying the decision to give the […]

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