Belgrade Housing Market Trends
Belgrade Real Estate Market Trends continue to demonstrate high buyer demand with very low inventory of properties for sale. The result of strong buyer demand and limited inventory is resulting in an increase in prices. In order to get an accurate analysis of housing trends in Belgrade, our market reports are segmented by Single Family Homes and Condominiums. These reports are presented as downloadable PDF files for your convenience. Please contact our Bozeman Real Estate Agents to learn more about market trends in various Belgrade Neighborhoods. We also have market reports for the following areas: Big Sky Real Estate Market Reports, Bozeman Real Estate Market Reports.
The 2010 census put Belgrade’s population at 7,469 and by 2016 the Belgrade population rose to 8,187.
MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME
Schools in Belgrade
The Belgrade School System has several elementary and middle schools, and a high school. The Belgrade public school system is divided into individual School Districts. For additional information and maps of the school boundaries view the Belgrade School District website. Belgrade School District zones are subject to change. Please contact our Bozeman Real Estate Agents to learn more about each Belgrade School District, and options for homes in various Belgrade Neighborhoods.
Belgrade and Bozeman typically have the same weather, although Belgrade gets slightly less annual precipitation. Belgrade’s average annual precipitation is 16 inches. Humidity is low in both summer and winter. Due to the dry climate, summers are pleasant with warm days and cool nights. Mild winter weather in Gallatin Valley is not unusual, and more than a week of consistently frigid weather is increasingly infrequent.
Located at 44.7866°N, the length of the day varies significantly over the course of the year in Belgrade, Montana. The shortest day is December 21 with 8:41 hours of daylight; the longest day is June 20 with 15:42 hours of daylight. Learn more about Bozeman’s Climate.