Look at www.yellowstonenationalparklodges.com/JoinOurTeam this is temp or seasonal jobs inside Yellowstone. Year round rentals are very hard to come by unless you get a job with a local business then they might have housing for you.... more
The best way to go about resolving this issue is to use the Report a Problem function within Google Maps itself. Here are the steps for contacting Google about the issue.
Report a Street View image
1.Open Google Maps.
2.In the bottom right corner, click the yellow Pegman . Then drag and drop it onto the map.
3.Find the Street View image. Make sure that you see the exact image that you want to report.
4.Click Report a problem in the very bottom right of the web page window.
5.Complete the form "Report Inappropriate Street View." (you will want to select "Misplaced image or misaligned navigation arrows" next to the Report image quality option)
Google will review your report as fast as they can. If you entered your email address in the form, they will be able to email you with any changes to the status of your report.
Feel free to contact me directly if you run into any problems!... more
Hi Logan. What type of investment or income properties are you invested in purchasing? I really enjoy working with investment buyers, and have a thorough understanding of the local market. Let me know a little more about what you are looking for and I'll see what we can find. Have a good evening!
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It's definitely possibble to look at foreclosed or bank owned properties in Livingston, and also to do an inspection before you submit an offer to the bank- that's a really smart thing to do. I just did a quick check and we have 6 foreclosures listed in Livingston, tonight Tuesday July 20th at 8:45pm. We have 2 under contract, and 6 foreclosures have closed since the first of the year.
Usually, banks will develop a relationship with a couple of agents in the area to handle these type of sales. I see that you asked this question back in Febrauary, so maybe you've found something by now, but if not I'd be glad to let you know what's on the market!
I've lived in Livingston since 1992. As time goes by, it's getting more and more gentrified, but it's still pretty rough and tumble -- as it was when Calamity Jane hung out here over 100 years ago! Its population of around 7500 people is made up of a very eclectic mix of characters: writers, cowboys, artists, actors, fisherman, hunters, hikers, skiiers, railroad workers, foreigners, National Park Employees, Blue Chip CEOs and EVPs, poor working class, as well as doctors, lawyers, teachers, goverment workers, etc. Most people "in town" live here full-time, while the outlying areas are made up of part-time residents who spend anywhere from 3-9 months here/year. The Yellowstone River, Absaroka Wilderness area, the breathtaking scenery, and Yellowstone National Park make up the foundation of our lifestyle which tends to cherish the rugged individualist, non-conformist. Yet there are churches on almost every corner and lots of people move here so their kids can grow up experiencing the epitome of traditional small town Americana.
It's hard to make a living here. People who come here without a job last an average of 5 years before packing it in and moving back where they came from -- either they can't find a good job or the wages are sooo much lower. The good scenery will only sustain you for so long. There was a statistic about Bozeman a few years ago that said over 50% of the people buying homes here don't work -- they have trust funds, are independently wealthy, or have retirement income. Self employed individuas tend to make it using just the minimum of business fundamentals: show up and do what you say you're going to do.
What else would you like to know?
Jon Ellen Snyder
Broker Associate, CRS/GRI
ERA Landmark Western Land