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Knoff Group Presents: Favorite Places to Swim Around Bozeman

Montana summers can be hot, so knowing the best places to cool down is essential. Knoff Group has put together a list of our favorite swimming holes around Bozeman – grab your suit and towel and take the plunge! Bogert Pool is located in downtown Bozeman in Bogert Park which is also the location for …

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Updates to Big Sky’s Plan

Big Sky is famously known for its world-class year-round recreational opportunities and close amenity to Yellowstone National Park. Straddling two counties, there are four central areas of resort development – Big Sky Resort, Moonlight Basin (part of Big Sky Resort encompassing the north side of Lone Mountain and adjoining land areas including areas off Jack …

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hot cocoa from wild joe's in bozeman

Top 5 Places for Hot Cocoa in the Bozeman Area

Montana has beautiful long winters – and nothing beats a rich, frothy cup of hot chocolate on a snowy day. Knoff Group Real Estate has compiled a list of the best hot chocolate in Bozeman, sure to keep you warm this season.  #5- Rockford Coffee on Main Street offers a unique blend of hot chocolate, …

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Q4 2019 & YYY Real Estate Market Analysis & Statistics

For a graphical chart version of this information, please visit our Market Stats page. Q4 2019 Y/Y/Y Analysis The market in Quarter 4 2019 continued the theme of growth in most sectors and areas of the market. Single family home sales saw median sales price jumps of 4% in City of Bozeman and 13% in …

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BDC – Gallatin County sees top tourist spending in Montana

The attraction of our ski resorts, having Montana State University based here and accessibility to Yellowstone National Park create the perfect formula for continued tourist growth in our area. For fourth year in a row, Gallatin County sees top tourist spending in Montana By Abby Lynes Bozeman Daily Chronicle Staff Writer Jun 26, 2019 For …

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Bozeman ranks #1 AGAIN for economic strength – Policom

This is the second year in a row that Bozeman has topped this list – as soon as Bozeman hits 50K population, they will be considered a metropolitan area. Along with that comes other changes in how the city is classified with the federal government as well. Bozeman ranks #1 for strongest micropolitan economy KBZK …

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Plat Map for West Winds Subdivision

City approves 72-lot West Winds subdivision

Article from today’s Bozeman Daily Chronicle. We are excited to see how this pans out and if other developers will be more eager to go through the motions now that an example has been set. You can find the City’s Memorandums, which include plat maps, here>>   Bozeman approves 72-lot West Winds subdivisionBy Katheryn Houghton Chronicle Staff Writer …

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Technology is tweaking the economics of mountain town living.

This is a fantastic article that explains why our area is slated for continued growth and at least in part why we are experiencing the accelerated sales pricing, competitive rental market and pressure on housing that we’ve been experiencing in the Bozeman, Big Sky and greater Bozeman area. An Economic Crossroads – Technology has broken …

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