Are you in the home buying market, and looking to buying a home in the near future?  We have provided links to our preferred lenders during the home buying process, market reports, favorite neighborhoods and more. Work with one of your home buying experts to help you purchase your new home in the future.

What are the best ways to find homes for sale near you?  We have outlined the top ways to search for homes near you.  

There are several ways to find homes for sale near you:

  1. Use real estate websites: You can use popular real estate websites such as,, MLS Search App, or search for homes for sale near your location. These websites allow you to filter your search by price, location, size, and other criteria.

  2. Contact a local real estate agent: A local real estate agent can provide you with personalized recommendations based on your preferences and budget. Realtors have access to the Multiple Listing Service (MLS), which is a database of properties listed for sale by real estate agents.

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Are you dreaming of a cozy Bozeman home to relax in during the Montana winter?

Look no further because we've found the perfect places for you to snuggle up next to your loved ones no matter your budget. From large soaking tubs and floor-to-ceiling fireplaces to wall cavity cellulose insulation, our team is ready to ensure you find the comfortable and warm home that will help you enjoy even the coldest of temperatures.  

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JUST SOLD -201 S. 4th, Manhattan, MT

List Price: $349,000

MLS # 377860

Selling Agent: Diana Hafemeyer

201 S 4th, Manhattan, MT 59741 is a cozy 2bed/1 bath 1924 bungalow in the heart of Manhattan. Large back deck, with a fenced in backyard along with a detached garage and an additional workshop. 

Diana's client wanted;

-An affordable home


-Investment in real estate

-An opportunity to put $ down for a mortgage vs. monthly rent

-Property to build equity

Diana was able to meet everything that her buyer was looking for not only under budget but being able to find a single family home verse having to buy a condo or townhouse. It is possible to own a single home under $500,000 and now that this one is SOLD her client…

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Football season is upon us and to kick off the fall, we're sharing what a $1 million dollar listing looks like in each of the 32 pro football cities. From Green Bay to L.A (and everywhere between), there are some spectacular homes close to each stadium!

Glendale, Arizona

Listed at $1,000,000

Take a Look

Atlanta, Georgia

Listed at $1,195,000

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Charlotte, North Carolina

Listed at $1,179,000

Take a Look

Chicago, Illinois

Listed at $1,069,000

Take a Look

Arlington, Texas

Listed at $1,100,001

Take a Look


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If you decide to sell your home, you probably want to get the best possible price. You will hear or read lots of advice on preparing the house for a quick, profitable sale - from staging to making necessary repairs. However, you might also consider the potential benefits of other improvements designed to increase a home's beauty, utility, and overall appeal. Since some improvements impact home value more than others, let's examine some of the most and least valuable enhancements.

A Useful Home Office

COVID-19 encouraged many employers to let their employees work from home, while countless entrepreneurs have always maintained home offices. Research indicates that creating a dedicated home office space can boost your home's…

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There are many different reasons you might be thinking about selling your home. Perhaps you want to downsize (or upsize), perhaps you want to take advantage of the market, or maybe you need to move to another area of the country for your company. Regardless of the reasons, there are many things to consider before you speak with a real estate agent.

You probably already have a good grasp of how the home-buying process goes since you've done it at least once before. But if this is your first time selling a home, there’s plenty more to learn. Even if you have sold a home in the past, the market is always changing. 

If you're thinking about buying a home within the next year, or buying a home after you sell your current one there are a few…

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As the market continues to shift, more and more questions are being asked about how home prices will behave in the coming months. Will home prices continue to rise, or will they finally start to come down? If you’ve been interested in selling your home and/or buying a new one but have been intimidated by the fast-moving market, you’re in the right place. This post will explore real estate market conditions and when we may start to see home prices drop.

Rising Interest Rates: What They Mean for the Real Estate Market

The cost of buying a home skyrocketed by more than 20% across the country in April of this year compared to last year. In some cities, that number was even higher, including:

  • 34.8% in Tampa
  • 32.4% in…

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You may have heard that changing market conditions have created a seller's market that is forcing buyers to spend a lot of money. People in many areas are experiencing housing shortages that make the seller's market strong. When you don't have enough supply to meet demand, you can expect to pay higher prices.

Changing market conditions can make it challenging to purchase real estate right now. They don't make it impossible, though. As the Fed increased interest rates again, you need to work closely with a real estate agent and mortgage broker that can get you a fair deal. You will not believe how much money you save when you lower your interest rate by a small amount.

Of course, it helps to have a real estate professional searching for ways…

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How to Navigate the Shifting Housing Market

It's undeniable that the real estate market has been hot over the last couple of years, with low inventory across the boards and high competition among buyers. However, the market now seems to be making a bit of a shift. After three years, the inventory of homes for sale has finally increased for the first time since June 2019, with newly listed homes up 6.3% nationally compared to a year ago. 

While sellers are still listing at rates 6.4% lower than the pre-pandemic years from 2017 to 2019, the market is in the process of making major shifts. It's still a seller's market right now, but for how much longer? As a first-time homebuyer or even a seasoned homebuyer, it's important to keep up with…

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38 Marten Peak, Bozeman, MT
Listing Price: $1,000,000 | Sold: July 8, 2022

4 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 2,476 Sq Ft

Located in the Woodland Park subdivision, this new modern, contemporary home is 2,476 sf built by Old Mill Homes. Situated on a quiet cul-de-sac, this home has 4 beds, 3 baths, two living rooms, and a great floor plan. The main level includes the master suite and addl bedroom with a full bath for guests. Master bathroom will have dual vanities, floor to ceiling tile shower, and a dedicated toilet room. Upstairs includes 2 more guest bedrooms, a full bathroom, and a spacious second family room. Finishes include white quartz countertops, white glossy subway tile kitchen backsplash, and SS appliances. The landscaping package will consist of…

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