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Thu Feb 21, 2013
Kelley Halle answered:
Check out this web site for information about Big Sky. They list the year round population at 2500-2700.
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Wed Sep 19, 2012
Barett Snider asked:
Lambros ERA hopes to see ya'll out and about enjoying our great city!!

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Thu Sep 13, 2012
Kevin Bailey answered:
Yes. Market activity is up on everything. We are having great activity on Commercial and Bare land as well as residential. Crashes will always happen; it is just a matter of how much time will lapse between them. ... more
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Wed Jun 20, 2012
Karen asked:
two adults good refrences with locals have sat and rented for past several years
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Mon Jul 24, 2017
Sherry Fields answered:
Missoula is a small city with a big heart. One of the oldest parts of Missoula, known as the University district,has large stately turn of the century homes, many have been converted to apartments, condos and multi-unit dwellings, some with commercial uses. A large boulevard down center of Pine has been reconfigured in this section to reflect the original design of the street at the turn of the 20th century. This is the original home of the Wordens who together with the Higgins were the founders of Missoula. Walking distance to all amenities, the University of Montana and hospital.
There is lots of night life that suit the University crowd, with museums, live theatre, music and performances in the park. Additionally the University has brought some really big names in entertainment to the Adams Center.
The average price of a home right now is $200,000+ with a wide range of possibilities on either side of that figure.
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Sat Jun 2, 2012
Tamara Williams answered:
Bozeman is wonderful. If you love outdoor sports this is your place. In the winter we snowboard, snowmobile, snowshoe, and in the summers we float the rivers. Bozeman is a very friendly town, and the majority of us are transplants from larger cities. Bozeman has a lot of community events for its size. I grew up near Seattle and I will never look back. There is a builder in town that I do a lot of new construction with. His website is take a look. If you are in this area anytime soon I would be happy to direct you to restaurants and great ski spots. ... more
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Tue Sep 27, 2011
Kathy asked:
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Thu Jul 26, 2012
Andy Onushco answered:
It will depend on local zoning regulations. It often comes down to septic regulations. If it is on a sewer it might be easier to do. Your first stop should be at the county planning office. Adding a residence will also likely increase property values and property taxes too! Good Luck! ... more
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Thu Aug 26, 2010
Craig asked:
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Fri Aug 6, 2010
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Wed Jun 20, 2012
Mac Swan answered:
Lots of variables regarding market, age of trees, ground, etc; however, a good educated guess is about 20-30K lbs per 100 trees. $75,000/yr gross for the 300 trees. I can put you in touch with orchardists who have on-the-ground experience. ... more
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Wed Jan 6, 2010
Pamela Boone answered:
There are definitely homes for sale between West Yellowstone and Idaho Falls, and there are places for rent either seasonally, by the week, month, or year round in West Yellowstone. The area you mention includes the popular resort area of Island Park which has plenty of places for rent, mostly seasonally, and homes for sale as well. In West Yellowstone, there are generally a dozen or more high quality family homes or resort properties available for sale at any one time. If you want more information about West Yellowstone properties you can contact me. Educationally, opportunties outside of the classroom would include not only the natural history of Yellowstone Basin, but wide opportunitues in Bozeman, an hour away. Bozeman is the regional center for symphony, opera, museums, great library, theatre, etc. The other direction...Idaho Falls also offers opportunities. Recent museum exhibits in Idaho Falls include the Dead Seas Scrolls. Although the numbers of students in area schools is smaller, with graduating Senior classes numbering in the 20's and 30's in some schools, the opportunity for excellent (& closely supervised) public education is great.
Thanks for your interst in one of the greatest areas of America.
Pamela Boone, Realtor, GRI
Prudemtial Montana Real Estate
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Tue Jun 10, 2008
Jason Basye answered:
In short...the great outdoors. I guess it's all abhout what you like to do. I live in Bozeman and love the mix of MSU, downtown, sense of community, and the location to all the fishing, trails, and whatever else you like to do outdoors. ... more
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Wed Oct 13, 2010
Jim Gonser GRI, CRS answered:
I might be able to help you with one of my New listings. Let me know what your specific needs are and I will look for you
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Wed Sep 12, 2007
Regan Langel answered:
Hi Lance! My name is Regan Langel and I'm a REALTOR at AmeriMont Real Estate. If you're looking for a buyer's market, Bozeman/Manhattan is the best place to go to find homes. Currently in Bozeman, the prices are DOWN and there's plenty on the market. Need an analysis? My e-mail is Talk to you soon! I wish you luck! ... more
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