October 2022

Fall Real Estate Happenings

Tim Ford

The Gallatin Valley managed to escape most of the summer season without a lot of smoke, but we’ve had some roll through as we approach fall. Overall, though, it was a great summer. As the season starts to change, it’s a good time to…

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September 2022

Belgrade Real Estate Market Report

Tim Ford

Belgreat! Bozeman’s neighbor to the west, Belgrade, is an essential part of the Gallatin Valley, and this month, we’ll take a look at how their real estate market has fared during the first seven months of 2022.From the first of the year…

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August 2022

Bozeman Real Esate Market Report

Tim Ford

As we sit at the halfway point of 2022, there are many factors pushing and pulling the economy and housing markets. Inflation has remained high. Mortgage interest rates shot up quickly, then paused and seemed to come down slightly, then slowly ticked…

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July 2022

Cash Buyers in 2022

Tim Ford

It’s been a wet spring. In addition to the rainfall, the Fed has been trying to throw a little water on inflation. As such, we’ve seen a large uptick in mortgage rates. As I write this, rates are hovering around 6%. This is up from…

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May 2022

Bozeman Condo & Townhouse Sales

Tim Ford

As the green grass starts to occasionally peek out, the weather is reminding us that Bozeman is a mountain town. We were teased by an early stretch of warm weather, but as I write this, winter has returned and reminded many not to take their snow…

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April 2022

Earth Day At Home

Tim Ford

Since its inception in 1970, Earth Day has been celebrated by many Americans on April 22nd. Here in Bozeman, there are opportunities to help with cleanup activities around town, and many use it as a time to reflect on ways to live a more…

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February 2022

2021 Year End Real Estate Market Report

Tim Ford

2021 was certainly an interesting year. It seemed for a bit that the pandemic was behind us, and then it wasn’t. Disrupted supply chains and continued demand from shoppers saw pricing increases, employees left the workforce in droves, and for…

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