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Mon Mar 28, 2016
Paul answered:
Use InBedrock.com to fully understand + analyze all real costs of homeownership, including purchase price, down payment options, closing costs (title insurance, bank fees, inspection/appraisal, legal), mortgage financing- interest rate, term, points, pre approval requirements, RE Taxes, HO Insurance, utilities/maintenance/condo fees, selling costs (broker commission, capital gains tax, state transfer taxes). InBedrock.com is educational, in-depth, easy-to-understand. Invaluable especially for serious first-time homebuyers. ... more
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Fri Mar 25, 2016
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Sun Oct 4, 2015
Rushell Wood answered:
Postlets is also another site to list rentals, powered by Zillow/Trulia.
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Thu Jan 15, 2015
Tim Hart answered:
Here is the contact number for the cinnamon creek condos. Her name is Pam - 406-570-6642
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Mon Dec 9, 2013
Ryan Olsen answered:
This is a great question. Bloomsberg Business Week has a great short article about this. Lenders must now verify and document at least eight specific criteria, including income, assets, credit history, other debt obligations, and employment status, to determine whether a borrower has a reasonable chance of repaying the loan. If the lender doesn’t do all that, a homeowner who has trouble repaying the loan has grounds for a lawsuit. As for how this will affect the real estate market? This will be better for everyone because there won't be the quickly inflated prices and then bursting real estate bubbles. ... more
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Sun Mar 3, 2013
Joyce Miller answered:
Agreed that builders have done their homework, have representation in most cases and have priced their projects properly. Remember that if you wait, chances are the rates and going to make a shift and the small percentage you pay to get into that New home will seems pretty insignificant when your are priced, due to rates, right out of the market you are currently able to qualify for. The market looks pretty good, there are still re-sales out there as well, at really good prices as well as a huge jump in number of building permits being issued. Like the other qualified professional Realtors, I will say., call a Realtor, you will not be sorry you did. Joyce Miller Independent Broker/Owner(406)539-7355 Joyce@movetotherickies.com ... more
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Mon Jul 27, 2009
Resop Brokers answered:
The market in Bozeman has seen prices at a gradual decline of about a percent a month. This com paired to other cities and states is much less of a slip in value. Montana, especially Bozeman is not losing its appeal and beauty. Bozeman will always be a very desireable place to live no matter what the economy determines for us. with a real estate investment in Bozeman, you can enjoy the pure beauty of what we have to offer in Bozeman while you live in a great priced investment in the Gallatin Valley while the economy does what it will, with assurance that all markets recover and though we are in a down economy it is all part of the business cycle. For any further information please call me or check out our website! www.patrickresop.com

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