News from the Knoff Group

Q2 2018 Y/Y Real Estate Market Update

Knoff Group Quarter 2 2018 Year over year market update and report     Single Family Homes City of Bozeman is seeing the same reduction of inventory that is being seen in other markets – lack of quality inventory is pushing pricing higher and creating high buyer demand for well-priced properties. Median sales price has …

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New subdivision for south Bozeman

Major new subdivision heading to south Bozeman By Katheryn Houghton Chronicle Staff Writer Jun 20, 2018 Developers are moving ahead with plans to create a subdivision that could become home to 700 people, which they say could fill underdeveloped swaths of south Bozeman. On Monday, Bozeman city commissioners unanimously gave the OK for a preliminary …

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Plans for $75M expansion of hospital in Bozeman

As southwestern Montana grows, especially the Bozeman area, the services need to expand with it. Kudos to Bozeman Health for seeing the future needs of the community now. Bozeman Health plans $75 million expansion, increase in intensive care By Katheryn Houghton Chronicle Staff Writer Apr 11, 2018 Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital has plans for a …

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Sewer district planning $8M water plant in Four Corners area

The new water treatment plant will be enclosed in an indoor building with room for expansion. See the plan here>> Sewer district planning $8M water plant in Four Corners area Posted: Mar 28, 2018 By Mederios Babb – MTN News FOUR CORNERS – The Sewer District is building an $8 million water treatment plant in …

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Ground broken for Bozeman’s second high school

Things are finally underway with the newest addition to the Bozeman school district. Ground broken for Bozeman’s second high school By Gail Schontzler Chronicle Staff Writer 3-27-18 It was muddy and cold, but about 50 people seemed pretty happy Monday when they gathered in an open field to celebrate the groundbreaking for Bozeman’s second high …

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Homeless advocates pick land for tiny home village

MSU and HRDC are teaming up to possibly create Bozeman’s first tiny home village…trying to tackle our growing homeless and at risk of being homeless populations. Homeless advocates pick land for tiny home village By Katheryn Houghton Chronicle Staff Writer Mar 4, 2018 Tiny Homes, MSU & HRDC Partnership Some Bozeman folks are more comfortable …

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City approves affordable housing near Baxter Square Park

More moves are being made to deal with one of our biggest issues in the Bozeman area – affordable housing. City approves affordable housing near Baxter Square Park By Katheryn Houghton Chronicle Staff Writer Feb 28, 2018 A Bozeman field that developers have been trying to build on for more than a decade is set …

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Several Bozeman schools to change attendance boundaries

Due to Bozeman’s explosive growth, school boundaries are always subject to change. There will be even more changes as Bozeman’s second high school is built. See halfway down this article for links to proposed map changes. Several Bozeman schools to change attendance boundaries By Gail Schontzler Bozeman Daily Chronicle Feb 20, 2018 The Bozeman School …

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