1. EXPECT A FAST MOVING MARKETThe average residential property in Bozeman spend less than 2 months on the market – properties under $350,000 move even faster, roughly 1 month. With Bozeman’s population growth reaching a staggering 4.2 percent in 2016, affordable homes are in high demand and builders are struggling to keep up. It certainly is a sellers’ market in Bozeman and buyers in the under $350,000 price range can expect plenty of competition. If you are buying a home in Bozeman you should be ... read more
Are you in to interior design? What design tricks are being done in many Bozeman homes? What does the future of Bozeman design hold? Here are 10 tips to a beautifully designed Bozeman home!
1. AN OPEN FLOOR PLAN
This isn’t something you can change very easily once you have purchased the house, so it is something to be on the lookout for when you are shopping around. An open floor plan is the way to go. The kitchen to living room simultaneously blending into one another creates a spac... read more
Spring technically begins in two and a half months, but here in Montana we know better. We are actually right in the middle of our winter with spring making a debut sometime around May if we're lucky. So, what do you do in the middle of a Bozeman winter? The obvious answer is of course to hit the slopes. However, not everyone here is a skier. Here's a list of some winter activities to take advantage of to get you through the rest of the season. (I'll still include skiing of cours... read more
I've been working with Montana home sellers for a long time, so you can only imagine that I have seen my fair share of seamless selling transactions as well as never-ending selling nightmares. Here is a list of the top five mistakes that sellers make when selling their home. 1. PRICING YOUR HOME TO HIGH
Overpricing your home will help; but it won’t be helping you! Other sellers in your area will benefit from your high list price because their home will seem like a bargain. If your home is priced significantl... read more
#1) EVER INCREASING DEMANDDemand is at an all-time high in Bozeman. If you’ve been thinking of selling your home, there is no better time than now! The number of new residents moving to the area has made Gallatin County one of the fastest growing counties in the nation. Demand for housing in Bozeman priced under $400,000 is extremely high. Through November 2017, 459 single family homes were sold in the price range of $200,000 -$400,000, while the second highest was 295 single family homes in the $401,000 to $... read more