Bozeman Area Happenings

Please help us welcome Aly Rosenberg

We are excited that she has joined our CBDP family!
Posted by Jeff Renevier on April 04, 2019 in  Announcements  Bozeman  Bozeman real estate  Real Estate
Aly Rosenberg has been contributing to the Bozeman and Gallatin Valley community for her entire life. An animal lover to the end, you’ll find Aly on the hiking trails, campsites, and fishing holes around the Gallatin Valley and wider Montana. A true Bozeman native raised just south of town, Aly has been preparing for her career as a Realtor for many years. Her degree in Marketing from Concordia College paved the way for her to move back to Bozeman and take over as Marketing Director for the Vigilante Theatre ... read more
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How Much House Can You Afford?

Learn how much you can afford on a mortgage for a new home.
Posted by Krissy Stewart on March 29, 2019 in  1st time buyer  Affordable Living  Buy House  buyer  Buyers  Buying  Buying Property  Home Price  Home Tips  How Much House Can I Afford  Loans  Real Estate
SHARON LEE HOUSE POOR [adjective | hous – poo·r] A person who can afford his or her home mortgage payments, but can’t afford much of anything else. Discretionary spending on restaurants, furnishings, travel, and clothes are severely cut back, due to a large proportion of his or her income going towards the mortgage payments, upkeep costs, and energy/utility bills. You don’t want to find yourself stuck at home while your friends are out having fun. Buying more home than you can aff... read more
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Year End Market Recap

The 2018 numbers are in! See what was happening in the Bozeman real estate market last year.
Posted by Krissy Stewart on January 30, 2019 in  Bozeman  Bozeman Community  Bozeman Information  Bozeman real estate  Buyers  Coldwell Banker Bozeman  Data  Facts  Gallatin  Home Price  Housing Market  Housing Updates  Life in Montana  Market Trends  Market Update  New Home Sales  Predictions  Real Estate  Real Estate Trends  The Market
The Big Sky Country MLS has released its official Annual Report for Gallatin County, detailing residential real estate trends, prices, and predictions for the year to come.  From the report, "...2018 delivered a more seasoned prudence toward residential real estate. Home buyers, now steeped in several years of rising prices and low inventory, became more selective in their purchase choices."  Take a look at some notable numbers from last year: Year-over-year, the number of homes available for sale wa... read more
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Selling Your Home: Real Estate Glossary

To help prepare you for the home selling process, we’ve created a complete glossary of real estate terms.
Posted by Krissy Stewart on January 07, 2019 in  First Time Home Buyers  Home  Home Ownership  Home Tips  homes for sale  Questions  Real Estate  Real Estate Tips  Sell my house Bozeman  Selling
What’s the CMA of your home and does the buyer have a plan for paying the closing costs? Does that sound like a lot of mumbo-jumbo? If it does, then it’s time that you get up to date on the latest real estate lingo. When selling a home, it’s impossible to avoid real estate terminology.  Everyone uses it from your real estate agent to your bank loan manager and the home seller. If you don’t know what they’re saying, you could put yourself at risk of a bad deal or an unfor... read more
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Thinking About Moving To Bozeman?

Some Interesting Numbers.
Posted by Step Beyond Media on June 03, 2018 in  Bozeman  Bozeman real estate  Buyers  Community  Life in Bozeman  Moving to Bozeman  Real Estate
How have the numbers changed over the past 7 years?  Here are some stats from 2011: As of 2011, Bozeman’s population was 39,764 people The median home in Bozeman costed $272,400 There were 12.1 students per teacher in Bozeman The unemployment rate in Bozeman was 6.5% The average commute time was 18 minutes (Source: www.bestplaces.net/city/montana/bozeman) Here is where we are at now! As of 2016, Bozeman’s population was 45,250 people, but based on this growth ... read more
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