Category Archives: Bozeman Information

Montana Stream Access Law

May 07, 2020 Belgrade Information, Bozeman Information, Buyer Information
Montana Stream Access Law

The Montana Stream Access Law says that anglers, floaters and other recreationists in Montana have full use of most natural waterways between the high-water marks for fishing and floating, along with swimming and other river or stream-related activities. In 1984, the Montana Supreme Court held that the streambed of any river or stream that has

East Gallatin River

May 07, 2020 Bozeman Information
East Gallatin River

The East Gallatin River flows 42 miles (68 km) in a northwesterly direction through the Gallatin Valley. Rising from the confluence of Rocky Creek and several other small streams, the East Gallatin begins about one mile (1.6 km) east of Downtown Bozeman, Montana. The river joins the main stem of the Gallatin River 2.3 miles

Bozeman Floodplains

May 07, 2020 Bozeman Information, Buyer Information
Bozeman Floodplains

Federal Emergency Management Agency(FEMA) issued updated floodplain maps for Bozeman and other areas of Southwest Montana. The update floodplain maps redefined the 500 year and 100 year floodplains for many areas. The maps, which are digitized, replaced the old hard copies drawn in the 1980’s with newer, more accurate information. Bozeman has its own floodplain

Bozeman Housing Bubble

Jul 28, 2019 Bozeman Information, Buyer Information, Finance
Bozeman Housing Bubble

Is Bozeman In A Housing Bubble We are frequently asked this question and it is a common concern among buyers. Looking at the Median Price, and Price Per Square Foot charts in the Real Estate Market Reports in our Data Center it is easy to come to the conclusion that Bozeman is in a housing

Bozeman Midtown

Jun 07, 2019 Bozeman Information, Bozeman Real Estate Blog
Bozeman Midtown

Bozeman’s Midtown District surrounds Bozeman’s North 7th Avenue corridor. It is one of 5 Bozeman Urban Renewal Districts. The intent of the Bozeman Midtown District is to attract targeted private investment to support infill, increase density – with an emphasis on building more housing, provide retail that serves surrounding residents, and enhance transportation and walkability.

Big Sky Ski Resort

Jan 24, 2019 Bozeman Information, Lifestyle
Big Sky Ski Resort

Big Sky Resort is the premiere downhill skiing destination in Montana. Operating under the moniker “THE BIGGEST SKIING IN AMERICA”, Big Sky Resort is big(5,800 acres), with four different mountains connected by chair lifts, runs that are 6 miles long, and the Loan Peak Tram that takes skiiers to the summit of Lone Mountain (11,166

Bozeman Lifestyle

Jan 24, 2019 Bozeman Information, Lifestyle
Bozeman Lifestyle

Bozeman lifestyle™ is considered one of the most appealing in the West. Bozeman is routinely ranked as one of the best places to live, best places to retire, best place to raise a kid, best place to visit, best ski town, and best college town. Big Sky Resort is also frequently recognized as one of

Bozeman New Development Projects

May 24, 2018 Bozeman Information, Bozeman Real Estate Blog, Data Center, Lifestyle, Market Trends

There are numerous new development projects underway in Bozeman, Montana. One is for six-story multi-use building in Downtown Bozeman, the other for a new concert venue in the Mid-Town area on North Seventh Avenue.  The proposed multi-use development will be a six-story building on Mendenhall. The project has been presented by Andy Holloran and HomeBase Montana.

Bozeman Relocation Guide

Apr 08, 2018 Bozeman Information, Buyer Information, Data Center
Bozeman Relocation Guide

If you are considering relocating to Bozeman, Montana this article will serve as an excellent resource for you. The first step in the process of relocating to Bozeman is identifying what neighborhood and type of home is a good match. You can begin your search using our Bozeman Neighborhoods guide. If you have questions you

Bozeman Private Schools

Apr 04, 2018 Bozeman Information, Lifestyle
Bozeman Private Schools

To teach children the necessary skills for an ever-changing world, many parents are choosing Bozeman private schools. Just as Bozeman’s public schools are setting enrollment records, numbers are up at most local private schools. The choice of schools is also expanding. There are over 15 private schools in Bozeman serving students from preschool through high

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