The real estate market is open 365 days a year – yes, even on holidays – but there are cyclical trends to the marketplace. Some of those ups and downs are based on mortgage interest rates and housing availability, but some are based on season.
Next to spring, fall is the busiest season for home buying and selling. Autumn offers certain benefits to home buyers, including year-end tax breaks, pleasant weather conditions for moving and a wide selection of homes for sale. Read on to learn the advantages of buying in the fall.
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For her contributions to the following transcript of a conversation this week, I need to thank Bonnie Martin, broker/owner of Heart of Montana Realty in downtown Bozeman, for giving us her honest best during this interview—no questions unanswered, full candor, no retractions.
TBM: We’ve heard a few rumors… but why don’t you paint a clear picture of Bozeman’s real estate market right now?
Bonnie: In the downtown area, it’s still very similar to 2006. A lot of people have discovered Bozeman as an ideal place to live. It’s the feel of that—the beauty, the college, great schools, mountains, and the walking distance, the simple lifestyle.
But what about the real estate market? I’m hearing it’s crazy-silly out there.