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Bozeman Montana is Growing!

by Brittney Dahlberg

Bozeman Montana Growing!

Bozeman Montana is growing even in the face of the recession!

As you drive around town, you can see the evidence of a recession, and some of the housing crisis, but you can also see growth and expansion happening right before your eyes.  We have new commercial projects, like the new Kohls going up, and Blackhawk industries breaking ground near Manhattan, MT to expand their business.  We also have a new housing project in Bozeman Montana that is being planned that incorporate new housing for the university and eventually some commercial and residential phases as well.  The city is also eyeing plans for another new elementary school after adding a new middle school and a new elementary school in the last 2 years!

There are also still builders who have learned to build wisely and efficiently and are still producing brand new homes that are definitely moving!  Some of the new subdivisions you may want to check out are Loyal GardensMeadow Creek, and the outstanding Creek Wood near the mouth of Bridger Canyon with some great luxury Montana homes available.  All of these have protective covenants, open parklands, and trails incorporated into the plan for an amazing quality of life. 

If you would like more information on the builders in these neighborhoods, or homes that are presently available, please contact me, I’m available to help you purchase your dream!


by Brittney Dahlberg

“The combined delinquency rate on mortgages held by major banks dropped to 6.68% in the second quarter, the lowest level since the third quarter of 2009", according to Federal Deposit Insurance

For the first time in two years, the notorious bank failures REVERSED their trends that have been seen throughout this economic hard time! The FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation) who insures deposits at 7,513 banks reported that in the second quarter of this year the FDIC’s Deposit Insurance Fund was POSITIVE.

What this means to the housing realm? Overall economic trends impact your mortgage. The dollar amount of delinquent loans between 30 days and 90 days dropped for the 7th quarter consecutively. Note: this is the absolute lowest it has been since 2007. Even if focus is placed on this quarter alone, there has been a 10% reduction in delinquencies since the prior quarter. 

It must not be forgotten that the summation of delinquencies is still $172 billion. We are not healed, but we are healing.   



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