Before you proceed with the “For Sale” sign in the ground, there are several key pieces of information that you should consider.
Posted by Krissy Stewart on February 04, 2019 in
So you’ve prepped your home cosmetically for sale in every imaginable way – fresh paint, a deep cleaning, new landscaping, decluttered closets and even organized the garage! Your house looks better then it ever has and you are ready to hit the market! Before you proceed with the “For Sale” sign in the ground, there are several key pieces of information that you should consider gathering that today’s savvy buyers are going to want to know.
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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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The new Bozeman High School transition committee is seeking names for the new high school set to open in 2020. People can send in names online on the Bozeman School District web site until 5 pm on Feb 5, 2019. The transition committee will narrow down the list but the final decision will be up to the Bozeman School Board. Some elementary schools were named after famous writers - Emerson, Irving, Hawthorne, Longfellow, Whittier, and poet Emily Dickenson. Two middle schools after Native Americ... read more