Bozeman, MT Real Estate News

By Taunya Fagan Bozeman Real Estate, Bozeman Real Estate: Luxury Homes, Land, Ranches
(ESTATE House, Bozeman Real Estate)
Tenants associations are common in urban areas but practically nonexistent here in Montana, so this is a first. Susan Floerchinger who helped form this association hopes this association will let other tenants know they have rights. The tenants of her apartment complex, Darlington Manor in Bozeman, Montana, hope the association they have formed will allow them to be heard when expressing their grievances to management and owners. Statewide some apartment complex owners live hundreds and even thousands of miles from their complexes, making communication with tenants difficult. Floerchinger hopes this new association will also serve as an example for Montana's other tenants. What do you think? Read More at the Bozeman Daily Chronicle. 
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By Luci Edwards - Broker - ABR, GRI, CIPS, Results that Move You
(Buy Me Now Realty, Inc)
The fishing seasons in MT will open third Saturday in May through November 30, unless otherwise specified in District Exceptions.For those who loves the fishing seasons, its time to get your stuff together and enjoy the season!Fishing is allowed at all hours during open fishing seasons, the lakes and reservoirs are open entire year, unless otherwise specified in DE to Standard Regulations.For more information about the Montana Fishing seasons visit mt.gov/fishing guide...Have fun fishing!! Don't forget to buy your cabin, and make easy your fishing experience for this season...Call Luci @406-579.5013 for more information about real estate, also you can visit my website @ www.forsalebozeman.comThanks for your business and I will see you soon!
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By Schlauch Uhlmann Platinum Properties, Bozeman Luxury Real Estate
(PureWest | Christie's International Real Estate)
American Cowboy has named Bozeman one of the top 20 places to live in the West.Bozeman was one of two Montana cities that made the magazine's first annual list, unveiled this week in its April-May issue. Missoula, and out-of-state cities such as Bend, Ore., and Steamboat Springs, Colo., also received the honor.Bozeman also has been named as one of the best small towns and best places to retire.Montana State University rodeo coach Mike True said part of Bozeman's appeal might be its mix of traditional and modern western, with amenities ranging from historic Yellowstone National Park to new-aged horseback adventures.Read More here...
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By Luci Edwards - Broker - ABR, GRI, CIPS, Results that Move You
(Buy Me Now Realty, Inc)
Bozeman is one of the most spetacular place to live. Bozeman, Mont., where it can get awfully cold!!!!! Even dropping below freezing on the occasional summer night, but there are plenty of compensations. This is a beautiful and delightful place to be...Bozeman is white....is yellow...is colorful... is magnificent! It's Bozeman envoling us with peace, beauty, comfort...much more then that...much more...the words cannot describe....Like the stunning view of the Rocky Mountains. And the strong local economy. And the intellectual and cultural activity at Montana State University.  The 10 communities with the highest scores have been designated as "dreamtowns," indicating that they offer an outstanding quality of life. Bozeman tops the list because of its strong showings in several categorie...
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By Schlauch Uhlmann Platinum Properties, Bozeman Luxury Real Estate
(PureWest | Christie's International Real Estate)
Field & Stream Magazine has named Bozeman & Missoula, Montana two of their "Best Fishing Towns in America".Others on the list:Glenwood Spring, Colo. The Hub of Colorado FishingMountain Home, Ark. The Big-Fish, Easy-Living TownTraverse City, Mich. A Freshwater WonderlandBozeman, Mont. Montana's Fly CapitalMinocqua, Wis. The Town Where Everybody FishesApalachicola, Fla. The Way Florida Used to BeNantucket, Mass. The Original Fishing TownBend, Ore. The In-Place for the Outdoors CrowdGuntersville, Ala. The Bass Fishing MeccaMorehead City, N.C. A Perfect Blend of Fresh and SaltMissoula, Mont. The Town that Popularized FlyfishingEly, Minn. The Gateway to the Boundary WatersPage, Ariz. A High-Desert Angling CommunityDriggs, Idaho The Flyfishing Hot SpotJasper, Texas The Texas Bass Hub  Tahlequ...
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By Schlauch Uhlmann Platinum Properties, Bozeman Luxury Real Estate
(PureWest | Christie's International Real Estate)
Everybody Loves Bozeman - Special to DCD HomeSome people from Bozeman and Gallatin Valley think their hometown is pretty special, but this isn't just misty sentimentality. Experts from around the country with far-ranging reasons are in agreement. Bizjournals ranked Bozeman number one for small town's best quality of life (www.bizjournals.com). It wasn't a casual assessment. Intrigued that more than 1.7 million people moved from metropolitan areas to small cities and rural areas, Bizjournals rated the 577 micropolitan areas in the US (grouped population centers ranging between 10,000 to 50,000 people) with strict and quantitative criteria, and Bozeman topped its 576 rivals. The criteria ranged from percentages of people with higher education, population and per capita income growth, a st...
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By Taunya Fagan Bozeman Real Estate, Bozeman Real Estate: Luxury Homes, Land, Ranches
(ESTATE House, Bozeman Real Estate)
Bozeman has a new mayor, Kaaren Jacobson, sworn in on January 7, 2008. In an effort to pay for Bozeman's growth, she stated her desire is to increase road impact fees, which is contrary to a recent vote by the former city commission to reduce impact fees to 65 percent of the full rate, which is $9,172.  More than 100 people packed the Gallatin County Courthouse not only to listen to her state of Bozeman address but to also watch the swearting in of the 2008 city commission. For More On Bozeman's New Mayor Click Here   giving you the advantage...® TaunyaFagan.com    406.579.9683   taunya.fagan@prumt.com
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By Taunya Fagan Bozeman Real Estate, Bozeman Real Estate: Luxury Homes, Land, Ranches
(ESTATE House, Bozeman Real Estate)
Good Morning,  Tuesday, December 11, 2007  2 deg and clear here in the pristine foothills of Bozeman, Montana. Real Estate News Bozeman Real Estate News-Impact Fees  The Bozeman City Commission voted last night to raise road impact fees 60% of the amount the Commission can legally charge. Impact fees for a single family house will increase from $2,380 to $3,238. There is a list of the impact fees for other entities at the link below. The impact fee schedule is based upon the formula (Demand x Cost) - Credit = Fee. According to Bozeman's TRANSPORTATION IMPACT FEE UPDATE STUDY, EXECUTIVE SUMMARY, "the net impact fee is calculated as the total capital cost of providing the necessary infrastructure, less any additional revenue generated by new development that also will be used to pay for t...
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By Schlauch Uhlmann Platinum Properties, Bozeman Luxury Real Estate
(PureWest | Christie's International Real Estate)
The Last Best Place We'd like to share some information with you about Bozeman, Montana and our schools, hospitals, skiing and great places to stay. We also have a very interactive map on our website that will provide you with much more detailed information and possibly answer some of your questions. You can always reach us via phone, email or fax. Our Schools Living in such a beautiful area has some real benefits where schools are concerned. As a result of the high amount of competition to live and teach here, our School district has the opportunity to really get the best teachers, and our kids reap the benefits. Some quick Bozeman School district facts: We have six K-6 public elementary schools, two 6-8 public middle schools, a 9-12 public high school, four private high schools and a...
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By Jenifer Lower, Your Dream. Our Passion.
(Bozeman Montana Real Estate .net)
DetailsPhoto GalleryView Rooms ( Neighbourhood ) 59715-Bozeman (Beattys Sub)FOR SALE$344,900ERA LandmarkJenifer OwensEmail JeniferCell: 406-209-0022More Photos(12) 1705 Willow Way 007Quick Links Virtual Tour Request More Info Email Listing More Photos(12) DetailsAddress: 1705 Willow Way Type: Residential Style: Single Story Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 2 Suite: No Living Area: 2,552 square feet Year Built: 0 More Details DescriptionBeautifully Manicured brick ranch-style home moments from desirable downtown town Bozeman/MSU. Spectacular country setting on more than ¾ of an acre with views of theBridger Mountains. Home was extensively modernized in 2001, which included new flooring, heating system, updated plumbing and electrical. Come check out this spectacularcountry home getaway!More Descri...
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By Taunya Fagan Bozeman Real Estate, Bozeman Real Estate: Luxury Homes, Land, Ranches
(ESTATE House, Bozeman Real Estate)
 Taunya Fagan Featured Bozeman, Montana Real EstateIf you are looking for real estate: homes, luxury estates (including The Yellowstone Club), open land, commercial property, montana ranches, or income property in Bozeman, Big Sky, Livingston, or beyond, I would love to assist. I can help you choose the right piece of property for your needs and will guide you towards making an informed real estate decision in the Montana market. I pride myself in finding my clients what they want. I listen. I research. I perform. I have many contacts and often learn of properties before they even hit the market, giving you the advantageTM.If you are a seller, I will do the necessary research to price your property appropriately, list it on MLS for top dollar, and aggressively market it...working for a ...
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By Luci Edwards - Broker - ABR, GRI, CIPS, Results that Move You
(Buy Me Now Realty, Inc)
This city is the home of Montana State University.Climate Bozeman receives significantly higher rainfall than most of Montana. Cultural Attractions Bozeman's annual events include the American-Indian Council of MSU Pow-Wow and the Farm and Blue Grass Festival. Geography Bozeman is located in the Gallatin Valley, in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. Historical For thousands of years, Native Americans, including the Nez Pierce, Blackfeet, and Sioux, called this area their home, although no one tribe permanently held the Gallatin Valley region. Recreation Bozeman has at least 23 trails for hiking activities, as well as some of the best fly-fishing in the world. Fantastic place to live the rest of your life, clean, beautiful, nice people.....etc......etc.....
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