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Year End Market Recap

The 2018 numbers are in! See what was happening in the Bozeman real estate market last year.
Posted by Krissy Stewart on January 30, 2019 in No Category
The Big Sky Country MLS has released its official Annual Report for Gallatin County, detailing residential real estate trends, prices, and predictions for the year to come.  From the report, "...2018 delivered a more seasoned prudence toward residential real estate. Home buyers, now steeped in several years of rising prices and low inventory, became more selective in their purchase choices."  Take a look at some notable numbers from last year: Year-over-year, the number of homes available for sale wa... read more
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Bozeman's Best Happy Hours

Our Top 10 Picks
Posted by Krissy Stewart on January 09, 2019 in No Category
There's no shortage of incredible bars and restaurants in Bozeman, and more seem to be opening all the time.  We've compiled a list of some of our favorite local spots for after work festivities - see what you think of our top ten picks!Copper Whiskey Bar & GrillPhoto credit Copper Whiskey Bar & GrillA Bozeman favorite, Copper boasts over 225 different whiskeys, scratch-made cocktails, and a Montana-inspired menu with ever-changing specials.  Catch them for Happy Hour every day from 4-6 pm, a... read more
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Bozeman Area Market Update

Posted by Krissy Stewart on January 04, 2019 in No Category
Looking for the most recent housing market stats in the Bozeman area?  Check out the info below, or click here for a complete market report.... read more
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Bozeman Sees 2nd Highest Snowfall

Posted by Mark Corner on April 03, 2018 in  Bozeman Information
This winter's snowfall has been impressive according to KBZK, the CBS TV affiliate for Bozeman.  From July 1st to April 3rd Bozeman has seen 126" of snow.  This is currently ranked as the 2nd highest snow total through April 3rd.  Our all time record was the winter of 1996/1997 with 128.4".  With more snow likely in April, it could break our all time record.  December 2017 was impressive with 46.3" of snow.  This set an all time record for December.  Our seasonal average for Decem... read more
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