Whoever first said, “Good things come in small packages” must’ve had Robyn Erlenbush in mind. Since the petite dynamo whirled into Bozeman 27 years ago, she has enriched the community with her time, talent, enthusiasm and support.
Archives for February 2009
Please view the slideshow below for the 2009 Housing Update from Scott Rickard Ph.D., MSU-Billings.
Please view the slideshow below for information on Bozeman & Gallatin County Economic Recap from the Bozeman Chamber of Commerce.
Please view the slideshow below to see NAI Landmark’s Guide to Regional Listings. To find out more information about NAI Landmark, please visit www.NAILandmark.com.
Trying to time the bottom of the market price-wise? Waiting to lock in on historically low interest rates at just the right time? Let’s face it, attempting to “read the tea leaves” of the real estate market is challenging. Developers, mortgage companies, and real estate professionals, among others, are once again wishing for a crystal ball for guidance in this ever-changing market.
Purchasing a home can become a hassle — between financing, paperwork and trying to find the right place.
But for Livingston resident Dale Townsend, it has been a dream — a dream come true.
Townsend recently moved out of his rental home of 18 years and into his own house he bought in town. He has more space for storing his bicycles, his six felines have more room to play, and instead of rental payments, Townsend now makes monthly mortgage payments.
Home sale prices slipped in the Bozeman area in 2008 to a median of $308,850, a decline of $18,400 or 5.6 percent from the previous year, according to figures released by the Gallatin Association of Realtors.