Join our marketing team as they tackle topics like Bozeman's development, raising kids in Bozeman, buying a home during the coronavirus, a Bozeman real estate market outlook and so much more.
"We are the marketing team at Bozeman Real Estate Group here in Bozeman, Montana. As two Montana natives who work in a real estate office, we often find ourselves torn between the benefits and the drawbacks of Bozeman’s growth. We have a lot of conversations in our office about how expensive homes have gotten, how old Bozeman compares to new Bozeman, and how to survive a Montana winter. So we’ve started this podcast to share those conversations with you!"
As Bozeman continues to grow in all directions, each area of town is developing its own character. In this episode, we break down the different neighborhoods in Bozeman and what they each offer. We'll dive into development happening in the various communities, the best subdivisions, what's nearby and what makes each neighborhood unique. And, as we often do we'll touch on some old Bozeman times! If you want to go deeper, you can download our interactive guide to Bozeman neighborhoods. Listen on Spotify or iTunes. If you prefer to read, click here for our related post Where are the Best Areas to Live in Bozeman.
There's no doubt about it, Bozeman's real estate market has been crazy this year. In this episode, we are talking a look at what is happening in Bozeman's real estate market right now. We will run you through some market stats, talk about bidding wars, days on market, and how many homes are going over the asking price. Then, we will sit down with Noel Seeburg, an agent in our office, to talk about how you can actually buy a home in this competitive market. Listen on Spotify or iTunes. Or, you can read our related post, "How Can You Buy a Home in Bozeman Right Now" by clicking here.
There are so many development projects currently underway in downtown Bozeman that it's hard to keep up. In this episode, Kate and Angie give an update on the developments in downtown Bozeman. We talk about which projects are nearing completion, where they are located, what they will cost, and what new downtown developments are coming up. Listen on Spotify or iTunes. If you prefer to read rather than listen, click here.
Bozeman’s housing market is a tough one to get into, especially for first-time homebuyers. With higher than average housing prices and lower than average wages, Bozeman’s economic landscape makes it tough for first-time homebuyers to achieve their dream of owning a home in Bozeman. But don’t get discouraged! It is still possible to buy a home in Bozeman, it just takes some preparation and knowledge. We sat down with Mike McCormick, owner of McCormick Financial Advisors to discuss how you can prepare financially for buying a home in Bozeman. Listen on Spotify or iTunes. If you prefer to read rather than listen, click here.
We’ve seen a big spike of people looking to move to Bozeman recently, along with countless articles, Instagram posts, and real estate agents talking about how awesome it is to live here. It’s important to us to always keep it real, so we wanted to talk about what your real estate agent might not tell you when you are thinking of moving to Bozeman. We recorded a podcast with Keegan Latta and Tyler Wilkinson to talk about what your real estate agent won't tell you when you're thinking of moving to Bozeman. Listen on Spotify or iTunes. If you would like to read rather than listen, click here.
In this episode, we sit down with Andrew Hurlburt, owner of Bozeman Real Estate Group, to discuss how coronavirus has affected the real estate market. We talk about what happened when the pandemic first hit, what is happening currently as restrictions are being lifted and what he thinks the rest of 2020 will look like. You can listen to this podcast episode on Spotify or iTunes or click here to read our blog about how coronavirus has affected Bozeman's real estate market.
If there is one thing Bozeman knows how to do, it’s come together during times of struggle. This has been even more apparent during this pandemic. In this episode, we talk with Bridget Wilkinson, director of the Bozeman Area Community Foundation, and Tyler an agent at our office, about what local businesses, non-profits, and community members are doing to help out at this time. Bridget also lets us know how Give Big will look this year and why it's more important than ever for our community to support this event. Listen on Spotify or iTunes. For more details and links to items referenced in this episode, click here.
In this podcast episode, Kate and Angie talk about Kate’s recent experience buying her first home amid the Coronavirus pandemic in Bozeman. We discuss whether now is still a good time to be buying a home in Bozeman, what the home buying process looks like now and how the Coronavirus is impacting Bozeman’s real estate market. Listen on Spotify or iTunes. If you prefer to read rather than listen, you can read our article "Can You Still Buy a Home During the Coronavirus?" on our blog by clicking here.
Kathleen Vaughn has been working in Bozeman's construction industry for 27 years. In this episode, we talk with her about how construction has changed in Bozeman over the last 10 years, what challenges builders are facing in today's market, and what it takes to buy land in Bozeman these days. Listen on Spotify or iTunes. If you prefer to read rather than listen, you can read our article "Bozeman's Construction Industry" on our blog by clicking here.
Today we sit down with Keegan Latta who has lived in Bozeman for the past 13 years to talk about all things you can do to pass the winter months in Bozeman. Listen on Spotify or iTunes. If you prefer to read rather than listen, you can read our article "How to Survive a Winter in Bozeman" on our blog by clicking here.
In today's episode, we sit down with Jason Basye to talk about what is going on with all of the development in downtown Bozeman. Jason has been a real estate agent for over 20 years and for the past several years he has worked on many development projects in downtown Bozeman. Listen on Spotify or iTunes. For an updated list of all developments currently happening in Bozeman click here.
In this episode, we sit down with Noel Seeburg a Community Affordable Housing Action board member, to talk about what affordable housing looks like in Bozeman. (*Correction to podcast-Willow Springs Townhomes will have 12 units in phase 1 and 12 units in phase 2 for a total of 24 units). Listen on Spotify or iTunes. If you prefer to read rather than listen, you can read our article "Affordable Housing in Bozeman" on our blog by clicking here.
In this episode, we sit down with the owner of Bozeman Real Estate Group, Andrew Hurlburt to talk about what Bozeman's real estate market will look like in the upcoming year. We discuss how a future recession would impact Bozeman's housing market, whether Bozeman has enough resources to continue to grow at this rate, and how we expect to see Bozeman's surrounding areas change in the next several years. Listen on Spotify or iTunes. If you prefer to read rather than listen, you can read our article "5 Bozeman Real Estate Market Predictions for 2020" by clicking here.
Today we're sitting down with Kelly Smith, a mom of 3 boys, ages 4, 3 and 1. She tells us why she moved from Colorado to Montana to raise her family, how she made friends as a new mom, her favorite activities for kids in Bozeman and how she feels about the quality of Bozeman's schools. Listen on Spotify or iTunes. If you prefer to read rather than listen, you can read our article "Raising Kids in Bozeman" on our blog by clicking here.
What do millennials think about homeownership, is it still a part of the "American Dream"? If it is, can it even be a possibility for the younger generation to consider it in a real estate market like Bozeman's? In this episode, we sit down with Bronson Neff, a millennial and real estate professional to discuss this. Listen on Spotify or iTunes. If you prefer to read rather than listen, you can read our article "Can Millenials Buy a Home in Bozeman?" on our blog by clicking here.
We sit down with Tyler Wilkinson, a North Carolina native who moved to Bozeman more than 10 years ago. We talk about what it was like for him to move to Bozeman and whether or not he found Bozeman to be a welcoming place. We talk about how Bozeman has changed over the years and his thoughts on newcomers wanting to close the door behind them. Listen on Spotify or iTunes. If you prefer to read rather than listen, you can read our article "Is Bozeman Welcoming" by clicking here.