ERA Landmark Broker/Owner, Robyn Erlenbush, was invited to once again be a guest speaker at the B2B Networking Luncheon hosted by the Bozeman Daily Chronicle. She gave a spectacular review of the 2023 real estate market as well as a few predictions we can see in the coming year in our local economy.
ERA Landmark knows that having all the facts makes for better real estate decisions. Let’s take a look at Let’s take a look at the single-family real estate market in Ennis, Montana as reported in the Big Sky Country MLS from this spring.
The Gallatin Association of REALTORS® recently compiled incredible data on the Gallatin Valley for their 2022 Gallatin Valley Housing Report. Several ERA Landmark associates and staff members were able to attend the presentation on the report which included, "data about demographics, rental information, housing sales and prices, housing finance information and more."
In the heart of this thriving region, ERA Landmark has been a guiding force. And we take pride in putting our clients first. As 2023 comes to a close, we reflect on a year marked by success and dedication.
We know that having all the facts makes for better real estate decisions. Take a look at the condo and townhome market in the Bozeman and Belgrade area as reported in the Big Sky Country MLS from activity this spring.
The 47th Annual Economic Outlook Seminar came to Bozeman, Montana again this month, and the big topic of discussion this year was "Where Housing is Headed: How Will Today's Imbalances Be Resolved?". Read along further for more info on the seminar and some agent feedback.
ERA Landmark knows that having all the facts makes for better real estate decisions. Let’s take a look at Let’s take a look at the single-family real estate market in Livingston, Montana as reported in the Big Sky Country MLS from this summer.
The old adage remains that the only thing constant in life is change and that proved to be true for the 2022 real estate market. Read further for our take on how 2022 rounded out, what we are looking forward to seeing this coming year, and visual graphs of where the market was sitting at year-end.
Looking back at 2021, it comes as no surprise that it was another fast-paced year for the real estate market. We’ve reviewed sales data for 2021 in each of the following markets including Greater Bozeman, Belgrade-Manhattan-Three Forks, Big Sky, Livingston, and Park County, as well as Ennis and Madison Valley.