ERA Landmark Broker and owner, Robyn Erlenbush, along with associates Ray Atteberry, Tyler Garrison, and Mikaela Durham, attended the 2017 National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) Annual Convention, which was held in Chicago November 3 – 6. Erlenbush, who serves as the chair for the Gallatin Association of Realtors (GAR) Risk Management committee, instructed the class, “Follow the […]
ERA Landmark is proud to announce that The Gallatin Association of Realtors Young Professionals Network (GAR YPN) was recognized over the weekend in Chicago by the National Association of Realtors as Small Network of the year. Our own associates, Broker Lacy Byerly Browne and Sales Associate Mikaela Durham, serve as Chair and Vice Chair, respectively, of the GAR […]
ERA Livingston Sales Associate Jessie Sarrazin recently earned Professional Property Stager Certification through the Professional Property Stager Learning Institute. Jessie is excited to add this certification for her clients who are listing to sell. The Certification provides the knowledge, tools, and strategies that will help clients sell their homes faster and/or for more money. Jessie was raised in East Helena and […]
ERA Sales Associates Mary McMakin and Carissa Paulson recently earned Professional Property Stager Certification through the Professional Property Stager Learning Institute. Mary and Carissa are excited to add this certification for their clients who are listing to sell. The Certification provides the knowledge, tools, and strategies that will help clients sell their homes faster and/or for more money. Mary […]
Sales Associate Carissa Paulson has been named Rookie of the Year by the Gallatin Association of REALTORS®. Paulson was recognized with this honor not only for successfully serving her clients, but also for her community service, REALTOR® involvement, and her dedication to the industry. Paulson works in real estate full-time where her tenacity and attention to […]
Some of the best skiing in the country is in our own backyard and United Airlines has made it easier than ever for skiers to take advantage of the world-class skiing our great state has to offer. In an August 8th press release (http://bit.ly/2wcAjUY), United announced that starting the end of December, it is expanding air […]
At the end of last month, I had the opportunity to attend an Economic Development Update Seminar hosted by the Bozeman Area Chamber of Commerce. The quantity and quality of pertinent information from an array of speakers provided much food for thought, and I wanted to share some of the highlights with you. Quality schools […]
At a recent National Association of REALTORS® conference that I attended, there was good discussion about the tracking of home ownership rates. Though still near a 50 year low, there was a small upsurge in the last quarter of 2016. Many anticipate that the number would continue to increase if only inventory levels could as […]
Bozeman’s Main Street serves as the heart of Gallatin Valley. Known for its vitality, charm, and vintage curb appeal, our locals take pride in what stands as a consistent resource to fulfill their retail, dining, and recreational needs. Chris Naumann, Executive Director of the Downtown Bozeman Partnership, recently summarized the strategic, ongoing plan for the […]
I recently traveled to Orlando, Florida to attend the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) Annual Convention. The conference features the best of the real estate industry in terms of speakers, committee meetings, and a trade show expo for attendees from around the country to both learn and share. One of my favorite highlights is the […]
It is difficult to believe that we are marching into another new year. 2015 was a very fast-paced real estate year for all of the local markets, with continued shortages of affordable inventory and very high buyer demand. This summary compares 2015 to 2014 sales and inventory information using the Southwest Montana Multiple Listing Service (SWMLS) reported data as the source.
We all know that real estate is most certainly local, but having an overview of national trends is important to overall market knowledge. The National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) recently released their 2015 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers which provides the most up-to-date statistics. Although each real estate transaction is completely unique, trends can be useful to gauge market health.
Robyn Erlenbush was recently interviewed by Patrick Lilly of Real Estate Rocks Podcast.
Listen as Robyn and Patrick discuss the next wave of luxury and resort buyers. This knowledgable review includes buyer demographics, desirable second home locations, and trendy markets fueled in part by the progressive music industry.
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The fun part of real estate? Looking at homes and finding the right combination of bedrooms and bathrooms and layout and yard space. The not-so-fun part of real estate? The piles and piles of paperwork that accompanies a purchase. Keep in mind, though, that each piece of paper that must be read and reviewed, then initialed or signed, has a specific purpose. Even for those who have purchased real estate numerous times in the past, changes that have just taken effect will both clarify the loan process and slow it down as well.
Though many people didn’t know it even occurred, a very significant occasion just happened in July by the name of Montana Open Land Month. Festivals, walks, bike tours, films, workdays, and more sprinkled the event calendar throughout our state as people celebrated the beauty we call Montana.
They’re back! Bozeman’s average age declines and pulse increases at the end of August each year. Montana State University was established in 1893 and has been one of the reasons that our town is such a thriving, exciting community. “College towns” by their own right have a certain amount of allure, and Bozeman capitalizes on MSU’s presence in many ways.