Earlier this month, ERA Landmark’s Robyn Erlenbush participated in the Big Sky Virtual Town Hall hosted by Outlaw Partners. Robyn was one of four speakers to discuss the growth of Big Sky and the vision of what this beloved ski town may become.
As reported in Explore Big Sky:
Erlenbush of ERA Landmark Real Estate, oversees branches in Bozeman, Big Sky, Ennis and Livingston and is a Montana native. She possesses great knowledge of the market and said that the behavior of buyers currently mimics that witnessed after 9/11, as families in metropolises flee from density and are reevaluating what is important in their lives. As theaters and other entertainment amenities in cities remain closed, people are looking to the outdoors so naturally, they come to places like Big Sky, she explained.
Erlenbush had just finished co-chairing an $18 million campaign for Bozeman Health called Caring Forward. She said when COVID-19 hit, the organization had unsolicited gifts of over $4 million flow into the healthcare system allowing them to fast track ICU needs and finish constructing additional hospital beds at Big Sky Medical Center.
“We are starting to recognize how interconnected we are as one greater community,” Erlenbush said of the generosity.
The panelist all echoed the same sentiment - while Big Sky continues to grow, the local community is dedicated to preserving the recreation, open spaces and wildlife that make this area so special.
Watch Robyn’s interview: