Education, housing, fun, fitness – Montana has it all!
Archives for August 2012
The vastness and diversity of Montana’s landscape is one quality that makes it such a special and unique place to live. And though often we feel the slight tinge of competition to grow the job and housing markets in our own geographical area, the stability of our state’s economy as a whole is what brings people to Montana and retains those of us who were born and/or raised here.
ERA Landmark is pleased to announce that photography by Jaye Cahall-Smith will be on display at ERA’s Downtown office during the Art Walk on Friday, September 14th from 6 to 8 pm.
For a sneak peek of what will be on display, visit www.jayebirdseye.com
Jaye Cahall-Smith’s artwork will be on display at ERA Landmark Real Estate, 8 East Main Street, starting September 14th. For additional information about the Art Walk, call 406-556-5001.
Denise Andres, Sales Associate at ERA Landmark Real Estate, is ranked #6 in the nation for overall sales volume through July 2012 by global leader ERA Franchise Systems, Inc. The ERA network includes approximately 30,000 brokers and sales associates and approximately 2,500 offices throughout the United States and 34 countries and territories.
August Greetings from Sharon and Brian,
Have you seen the September issue of Dog Fancy Magazine? The Bozeman Daily Chronicle reported that Dog Fancy will name Bozeman the No. 2 most dog-friendly city in the U.S. According to the Chronicle, “the publication cited the myriad outdoor activities and effectiveness of the Heart of the Valley Animal Shelter’s operations in the area.”
July Greetings from Sharon and Brian!
We’re hoping that our Bozeman summer is treating you well! What beautiful weather! So many fun things to do and see.
As most of our readers are probably aware, there will be a new 3.8 percent tax on specific real estate transactions beginning January 1, 2013 which is intended to partially fund the Health Care and Medicare overhaul. The legislation was passed by Congress in 2010 in order to produce approximately $210 billion over 10 years, which is more than half of the new law’s total expenditures. The new tax is often referred to as the “Medicare tax” due to the proceeds being earmarked for the Medicare Trust Fund.