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Found 4 blog entries tagged as "Gallatin County Real Estate".

bozeman_city_of_bozeman_468Bozeman Daily Chronicle - It no longer matters how many times you ask breathless visitors not to tell anyone how great it is here. The word is already out.

Gallatin County's population is predicted to swell by 20 percent by 2025, to roughly 112,000 people. Bozeman will hold almost 50,000 by then. And those estimates, put out by the Montana Department of Commerce, are probably conservative, considering the momentum carried by the local economy and housing market.

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Wall Street Journal - More than half of all homes sold last year and so far in 2013 have been financed without a mortgage, according to an analysis by economists at Goldman Sachs Group.

The analysis estimates that around 20% of all homes sold before the housing crash were “all-cash” sales (or around 30% of sales by dollar volume). But over the past seven years, the all-cash share of sales has more than doubled, increasing by more than 30 percentage points, according to economists Hui Shan, Marty Young and Charlie Himmelberg.
552 Views, 0 Comments - The sale of Moonlight Basin marks one of the biggest real estate deals in the history of Gallatin County.

Moonlight Basin and Big Sky Resort will be combining their operations and the two companies plan to merge them into one mountain resort.

The resultant mountain resort would outdo Vail by over 400 acres, making it the most ski-able terrain in the country.

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646 Views, 0 Comments - Are you finally off the fence and doing a little home shopping? As the market heats up and sellers regain control, here are a couple of trends to consider.

Low mortgage rates:  The 30-year fixed mortgage rate on Zillow Mortgage Marketplace is currently hovering near historic lows, at 3.78 percent.

Slim pickings:  As of February, slightly less than 2 million homes were for sale nationwide. 

Home stalking:  As demand from home buyers grows faster than the supply of homes for sale, many buyers are taking less conventional routes to find their dream home.

Bidding wars:  As many of the nation’s markets heat up, bidding wars are quickly becoming the norm.

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