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April 2019

Bozeman Real Estate

Earth Day Improvements For Your Home

by Tim Ford

Being the month of Earth Day, April is a great time of the year to look at some ways to make a home more energy efficient. This has been an unusually cold winter in Bozeman, and I’m sure many are looking for ways to reduce their…

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March 2019

The Importance of Pre-Qual

Bozeman Real Estate

by Tim Ford

It’s been a great winter in Bozeman, lots of snow to play in and some great days on the mountain. The Real Estate market has remained steady, but many buyers have been thwarted by the lack of inventory. With spring around the corner,…

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January 2019

New Years Real Estate Resolutions

by Tim Ford

Happy New Year! I hope that 2018 was a great year for you and that 2019 will be even better. The Gallatin Valley is a busy place these days. January is a great time to start making goals for the New Year, especially those goals relating to…

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November 2018

House Hacking Bozeman

by Tim Ford

As Bozeman looks to attract new talent and to retain MSU grads, finding housing for those new to the work force can be a challenge. Affordable housing is a hot topic in Bozeman. One solution can be house hacking.House hacking is a term often…

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October 2018

Bozeman Real Estate Report: October

by Tim Ford

As cooler nights move into the valley, one can feel it; fall is in the air. Some welcome the change as they look towards hunting season and the return of MSU students. Others lament how fast the summer went. Fall is a great time of the year…

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August 2018

Market Report Bozeman Real Estate

by Tim Ford

We’re now over half way through the year, which seems like a good time to take a look back at the first 6 months of 2018 and see how the Real Estate market fared.From the first of the year through July 1st, 480 single family homes sold…

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July 2018

Bozeman Real Estate Report: July

by Tim Ford

More homes have sold in Bozeman during the first 5 months of this year versus last; 386 homes in 2018 versus 347 in 2017. Inventory remains limited, so it often feels like there are fewer homes to buy, and the demand in Bozeman remains…

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