Relocating to Bozeman

Are you relocating or thinking about relocating to Bozeman, Montana?  Follow our blog for all-things related to living in Bozeman.  Feel like a resident faster by working with one of our relocation experts.  We will tell you what to expect during your move and what is standard during the home buying process.  We'll share with you the best months to move to Bozeman, the best time to buy a home, and how to get the best deal when purchasing during a move. We can help you find childcare, get your driver's license, provide recommendations on the best restaurants, and more!

The vast majority of people hire a real estate agent to help them sell their homes. In fact, 92% of homes sold in the U.S. in 2021 were sold using an agent or a broker. Of course, most people know how invaluable and helpful a real estate agent is during the selling process. But most people don't realize that real estate agents are extremely helpful to you before, during, and after the sale goes through.

Want to learn how to maximize the benefits of working with an agent? Check out these often-forgotten ways we can help throughout the entire home-selling process — from point A to point Z.

Before the Sale of a Home

Before selling your home, the real estate agent of your choosing can help you determine a listing price. Based…

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Head West

Head West puts a modern take on rural Western style. This store carries unique and trendy clothing, jewelry, and accessories for both men and women. You can find anything from consigned and vintage pieces, tops,
jeans, sweaters, and shoes, to a wide variety of accessories like hats, belts, and handbags to finish off your look! Head West is Located in downtown Bozeman at 24 W Main St, Bozeman, MT 59715.

 

Jonah & Sage

Jonah & Sage is a family-owned women’s clothing store, designed and curated by Cammie & Shad Sterzick. They believe that with all of life's stressors, your outfit should not be one of them and that an outfit in itself can sway your mood! Jonah & Sage carry trendy, stylish clothing to fit the Montana weather and…

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Red Lodge, Montana

Are you like me and moved to Bozeman not too long ago? Or maybe just like to explore surrounding towns? Today I decided that a road trip to Red Lodge was in order...Join me to learn more about this town!

When thinking Red Lodge...what is the first thing you think of? Is it skiing? The scenery? The quaint, historic, mountain town? If you ask our kiddos it is skiing AND the candy store! If you want to go skiing checkout Red Lodge Mountain. Nestled within the Beartooth Mountains, Red Lodge Mountain delivers big mountains fun without the big crowds or big price featuring 1,635 acres, 70runs, 6 chair lifts, and the Summit Grizzly Peak at 9,416'. If you want to see a stunning view I would recommend grabbing a Red Lodge Mountain trail map and taking the…

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Genuine Ice Cream Co
Genuine Ice Cream Co. 

Genuine Ice Cream Co. is a Bozeman, Montana-based local business where each and every batch of ice cream is homemade and made with premium ingredients you and your family will love. Genuine Ice Cream is located at 122 West Main Street across from the Lark Hotel. Open from 12 pm-10 pm, and open year-round, there's hardly a time of day you can't enjoy a cold scoop. They also offer catering services throughout the summer as well as delivery!


Sweet Peaks Ice Cream

Found in 2010 by two spontaneous Montanans, Sweet Peaks crafts a variety of ice creams and sorbets using Montana dairy and other quality ingredients that are sure to help you beat the heat this summer. Sweet Peaks Handcrafted Ice Cream is located at 628 West…

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Best of Bozeman | Subdivisions

Moving to Bozeman? Not sure where to start looking? We have broken down the best places to live according to your circumstance! 

First-Time Home Buyers

  • Falcon Hollow
  • Gooch Hill Meadows 
  • Laurel Glen 

Retirees

  • Headlands 
  • Legends at Bridger Creek
  • Sundance Springs 
  • Stonegate Estate 
  • The Knolls at Hillcrest

Families 

  • Baxter Meadows / Baxter West 
  • The Crossing 
  • Harvest Creek 
  • Oak Springs 

Young Professionals

  • Flanders Mill 
  • Penrose Apartments *
  • Cannery Flats *
  • Southbridge
  • West Winds 

Vacation Homes 

  • Triple Tree Ranch
  • Black Bull
  • Autumn Ridge Ranch
  • The Knolls at Hillcrest 

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#bigskymontana

Are you like me and moved to Bozeman not too long ago? Or maybe just like to explore surrounding towns? Today I decided that a road trip to Big Sky was in order...Join me to learn more about this town!

When thinking Big Sky...what is the first thing you think of? Is it skiing? Mountain biking? Big Sky Resort? If you ask our kiddos it is skiing and mountain biking for sure! If you are looking for the Biggest Skiing in America then look no farther then Big Sky Resort. Big Sky Resort is known for pushing the limits of skiing  providing 4,350 vertical feet of terrain from the top of Lone Peak. Experiencing the one and only Lone Peak is a must! Ride the Lone Peak Tram to 11,166 feet above sea level for 300 degrees of skiing, views of three states, and 2…

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#threeforks

Are you like me and moved to Bozeman not too long ago? Today I decided that a roadtrip to Three Forks was in order...Join me to learn more about this town!

Thirty miles from Bozeman you will find this historically considered birthplace of the Missouri River town, with a population of less than 5,000. This location means the area is a paradise for nature lovers, home to the Missouri Headwaters State Park offering opportunities for camping, hiking, and many other outdoor recreation activities like golfing. Today I took #278 exit the first thing I saw pulling into town was the Headwaters Public Golf Course which is one of the few golf courses that are open year-round. Then I noticed a historic railroad station called the Headwaters Heritage Museum…

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House Hunting BozemanThe Trade-Offs You Should & Shouldn’t Make When Searching for Your Next Home

With so many decisions to make during the home buying process, it's easy to get overwhelmed and just settle on the first decent house you see. But don't worry! We're here with some hard-earned advice from our experts who can help you decide what trade-offs are worth making when searching for your next home.

Location

There are many factors to consider when choosing the location of your new home. These factors can be a school district, proximity to work, nearby amenities such as grocery stores, restaurants, and gyms. These factors can improve your quality of life and support your property value. 

Locations with these factors typically become more desirable and…

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Independence Day is just around the corner! We wanted to help plan your Fourth of July festivities this week in and around Bozeman.

 Bozeman - Sunday, July 4th, 2020

  • Start the day with some exercise at the 14th annual Race for Independence beginning at 8:30 AM at Reach Inc. Work Center, be sure to pre-register
  • Ennis Rodeo runs from Friday, July 2nd through Sunday, July 4th. Grab your cowboy boots and watch barrel racers and bucking broncos

Best Places to Watch Fireworks (non-professional) 

Get the views from your neighbors at these prime locations.  REMEMBER FIRE DANGER IS HIGH PROCEED WITH CAUTION.

  • River Rock Subdivision Mortar Mayhem
  • Gallatin Regional Dog Park - Sledding Hill
  • Peets Hill
  • The M or Drinking Horse

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Are you like me and moved to Bozeman not too long ago? Today I decided that a road trip to Whitehall was in order.

Fifty-nine miles from Bozeman you will find this unique little town, with a population of less than 20,000 people. When I first pulled in I noticed how many vehicles had mountain bikes hanging from them...I think there is a trail I need to find!

As I was driving through downtown I was immediately in awe of the paintings on the historical buildings. Who was the artist that drew them? How long had they been there? One was dated back to August 1, 1805 by Sergt. Patrick Gass of the Lewis & Clark Expedition..."Our course lay across a large mountain on the north side, over which we had a fatiguing trip of about 11 miles. We then came to the…

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