Bozeman Area Happenings

Summer home, year round living, bed & breakfast, vacation rental or office? This southside property is zoned commercial & residential.  South 5th street is located in the Historic District of Livingston, Montana & only 3 blocks from Main Street. Property highlights: Welcoming foyer & a large open living room complete with 12 foot ceiling, a cozy fireplace sitting area & dining room complete with original hardwood floors and turn of the century charm! 3 bedrooms upstairs with a beautifu... read more
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4 Investments Worth Making in Your First Home

You’ve just bought your first home – congratulations! Now it’s time to make your home feel like, well, home.
Posted by Krissy Stewart on December 16, 2019 in  1st time buyer  Buy House  buyer  Buyers  Buying  Decorating  First Time Home Buyers  First Time Homebuyer  First Time Homebuyers  Home  Home Decor  Home Design  Home Improvement  Home Improvements  Home Ownership  Home Tips  Home Updates
You’ve just bought your first home – congratulations! Now it’s time to make your home feel like, well, home by undertaking some long-term investments that will not only look beautiful, but will also last you for years to come. SHARE The following is a guest post by Suhayl Laher In today’s post, we’re offering some advice for first-time homeowners on areas where spending a little bit more is likely to pay off in the long-run. From valuable aesthetic updates in key areas such ... read more
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Featured Property

104 Arcturus Drive, Emigrant, MT
Posted by Krissy Stewart on December 13, 2019 in  Affordable Living  Buy House  buyer  Buyers  Buying  Featured Listings
Enjoy incredible views of Emigrant Peak, Paradise Valley, and even a bit of the Yellowstone River from this beautiful 4 bedroom (plus bonus room) | 2 bath home on just over 4 acres. The upper level of the home features a large deck and sunroom to savor the views, cathedral ceilings, recessed lighting, and a beautiful arched doorway. The full walkout basement is set up for rental with a full kitchen, laundry area, wood stove, and private entrance. Large insulated garage/shop (864sqft) features a high overhead door (... read more
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Is Summer or Winter the Best Season to Buy a Home?

Each season has something different to offer to a potential home buyer. Read the pros and cons of buying a home in both seasons.
Posted by Krissy Stewart on December 04, 2019 in  1st time buyer  Buy House  buyer  Buyers  Buying  Buying Property  First Time Home Buyers  First Time Homebuyer  First Time Homebuyers  Home Maintenance  Home Tips  Housing Market  Maintenance
LINDSAY LISTANSKI SHARE You hear it a lot – there are best and worst times to make any sort of purchase. Whether it’s a television, a car, or a home, statistics are available that may influence your decision on when would be the best time to make a purchase. Numerical data isn’t the only thing you should be taking into consideration, though. Each season has something different to offer in terms of making the home buying process easier or more challenging. Let’s take a look at the p... read more
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What Are Closing Costs?

What are closing costs? What should I know before getting my next loan?
Posted by Krissy Stewart on November 18, 2019 in  1st time buyer  Buy House  buyer  Buyers  Buying  Buying Property  Finance and Real Estate  First Time Home Buyers  First Time Homebuyer  First Time Homebuyers  Home Ownership  Home Price
SHARON LEE SHARE What Are Closing Costs? Closing costs are fees paid in connection with the refinance or transfer of ownership in real property. They are paid by either the buyer or the seller on the settlement date. These fees will always vary. What you pay for one refinance or property transfer will not be the same as another. This is due to the different parties involved, different types and locations of property, the financial capacity of a buyer and many more factors. The law requires lenders to give... read more
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