Have you heard about Block M in Bozeman??
With all the new urban-living homes popping up around town (I am thinking of 5 West, the Talbach House Condominiums, the Wilson Residences, Village Downtown, Nebo Lofts, and Jacobs Crossing), Block M may be getting a bit forgotten, but thankfully it is still there and there is even a home on the market! Located in the heart of historic downtown it celebrates urban living right here in Big Sky country. Block M is between East Beall and East Lamme off of North ... read more
There are two AMAZING ski resorts just a short drive from Downtown Bozeman. If you’re looking for a local favorite, go to Brider Bowl, if you want a massive ski resort with a community built0in, Big Sky is a great option!
From Music on Main to Sweet Pea to the Christmas Stroll, there are festivals held on Main Street year round that keep our town connected and fun! Music, beer, food, and downtown- what more could you want?
Once named America’... read more
An all-cash offer is an offer that does not require financing from the seller and doesn’t contain any contingency for financing from another source. Generally speaking, for a seller a cash offer is much stronger because they can verify right away if the buyer has the funds to purchase the home rather than waiting for it to get approved by the bank. Even if the buyer is fully qualified to buy a home at the beginning, there are hundreds of things that can come up during the loan process (like condit... read more
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When you begin the process of buying your first home it's hard to know where to start! In a place like Bozeman where each part of town has its own unique personality, narrowing down the area you want to live in is a great place to begin in your home buying process.
Deciding what is important to you is the first step in choosing what Bozeman neighborhoods would be best to live in. We are lucky to live in a place where the average commute time is only 14 minut... read more
The snow has officially fallen, making the slopes almost skiable! This means the tourists wanting to try out Big Sky and Bridger Bowl will be streaming in soon. Nothing quite beats the snow-covered mountains, the crisp, cool air, and adorable Main Street lit up for the holiday season. So pack your boots and warm jacket and make the most of our beautiful valley! Here's what not to miss on your Montana visit...1. Yellowstone National Park
Visiting Yellowstone National Park in the winter time ... read more