It may seem ironic that I am posting about this event considering I am not only a Griz fan, but played football for the University of Montana, but this is definitely an event worth noting! Everyone is gearing up for the big game on November 18th for the 117th Brawl of the Wild! Cat-Griz weekend will be upon us in no time, but first lets Can the Griz! This food drive is a competition between Bozeman and Missoula to see who can raise more donations for their local food bank. In this friend... 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
Buying a home is a big decision no matter who you are. It comes associated with a lot of risks and long term benefits. Homes and real estate are big investments that will run down your bank balance. After an initial down payment and monthly payments over a span of 30 years, buying a home can cost you well over a million dollars.
So how do you make sure that your life savings don’t go down the drain? Follow the first rule of business “The higher the risk, the higher the returns” and you will be a... read more
The last of the Autumn leaves have fallen and the air is crisp. Snow is officially here… so now what? Have you ensured your home is ready for winter? All your winter clothing is out, but what about your home’s winter clothing? Is your heat system running smoothly? How is your home’s insulation? If these are questions that you don’t know the answer to, here are five helpful hints on how to prepare your home for the upcoming winter season.
Turn off the air and crank up the heat!
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The Bozeman market is always interesting. Here is a recap of what has happened in the past year:
The total number of homes sold each month was in the 70-90 range (in the Bozeman area) until “real estate season” hit (May) and then we saw a drastic increase. In May, 123 homes were sold, in June 169, July saw 165 and then in August there was 140. Now that the warm weather is heading South, we are seeing the number of homes sold decrease. In September there were a total of 11... read more