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spreadsheet of real estate data for single family home sales during the 3rd quarter of 2020 and the previous 2 years.

Q3 2020 – Real Estate Market Analysis & Statistics

Single family Single family home sales were very strong in Q3 2020 as buyers competed for limited inventory – however, there are some finer nuances in our market that are very interesting. Across the board number of units sold is up over 2019. Number of units sold has skyrocketed year over year with record breaking …

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LE: Busiest September on record for Yellowstone Park

People have been flocking to our area for a retreat – this trend is likely to stay constant for the time being. Busiest September on record for Yellowstone Park By Sam Klomhaus – Livingston Enterprise Staff Writer Friday, October 9, 2020 Yellowstone National Park reported its busiest September on record, receiving 837,499 recreational visits last …

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COVID 19 SW Montana

COVID-19 and the SW Montana real estate market

During this unprecedented time in our world, we’d like to share some of our thoughts, opinions and a little Q&A on how we think the COVID-19 crisis has affected real estate in the SW Montana including Bozeman, Belgrade, Big Sky, Livingston, Manhattan and greater Gallatin, Madison and Park Counties. We will be updating this page …

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LE: Livingston moves to legalize ADUs

As Livingston grows, so do the planning considerations. Livingston moves to legalize ADUs By Sam Klomhaus – Livingston Enterprise Staff Writer Wednesday, October 7, 2020 The city of Livingston took the first step toward legalizing accessory dwelling units (ADUs) Thesday, with the City Commission passing an ordinance on first reading that would allow the units. …

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EBS: Bozeman airport to open second concourse

This is super exciting news for our local airport – they’ve been busily preparing for increased growth. It’s been one of the strongest airports in the nation during the pandemic. Bozeman airport to open second concourse October 8, 2020 By Brandon Walker EBS STAFF BOZEMAN – Nineteen months after breaking ground on its new concourse, …

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BDC: Bozeman commission reviews growth policy

Our area is growing – and it’s complicated. Growth is going to happen whether it’s welcomed into the city policy or pushed outside of city limits. Bozeman is struggling with this right now as the commissioners review the draft growth policy. Bozeman commission reviews growth policy, considers priorities By Nora Shelly Chronicle Staff Writer Oct …

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BN: New Jackrabbit Lane sidewalk build scheduled for next spring

Connectivity in our communities through public sidewalks, bike paths and trails is a huge plus and makes our area even more enjoyable to live in. Kudos for finally getting this project going. New Jackrabbit Lane sidewalk build scheduled for next spring Diana Setterberg, Belgrade News staff writer Oct 1, 2020 Navigating the stretch of Jackrabbit …

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BN: Belgrade schools to study attendance boundaries

As Belgrade grows, so does the pressure on the schools. A ‘reshuffling’ of which addresses addend which schools may be a result. Belgrade News – Diana Setterberg, staff writer Sep 17, 2020 Even as Belgrade schools students, teachers and staff settle into an anything-but-normal pandemic routine for 2020-21, administrators are turning their attention to planning …

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BDC – Planning Bozeman’s future: Land use map to guide future growth

As Bozeman grows, planning is growing with it. The Bozeman Community Plan being developed now is a guide for future planning decisions, especially around the perimeter of the existing city limits. Planning Bozeman’s future: Land use map to guide future growth By Nora Shelly Chronicle Staff Writer 8 hrs ago The city is getting feedback …

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