Q1 Big Sky Market Watch

Posted on May 1, 2020 by Amy Sand
No one will be able to fully predict the effect the coronavirus pandemic will have on the real estate market, but at Big Sky Sotheby’s International Realty, the health and safety of our agents, clients, employees and community is our #1 priority.
We invite you to review a summary of sales activity in the Big Sky area during the first quarter of 2020, based on closed production from January – March 2020, much of which went into contract before the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. The Big Sky Country MLS reports the following market data for this quarter, which is compared here for the same period of 2019:
Heading into the second quarter of 2020, here were a few positive things in the Big Sky housing market:
  • 16 Sold Listing in the last 30 Days
  • 12 New Listings in last 30 Days
  • Brokers Tallie Lancey marketed and Tory Cyr sold the highest priced property in 2020 to date. Listed for $8,500,000 in Big Sky’s Moonlight Basin
Real estate is all about location, location, location and location is our local community. Here are a few local organizations that you can help OR here are ways Big Sky Sotheby’s International Realty is helping the community:
  • Big Sky Sotheby’s International Realty donated a $1,000 to the Big Sky Community Food Bank
  • Partipated in the Big Sky CARE - van. A community wide morale booster and Big Sky Relief fundraiser
  • Hand made dozens of face masks
  • Attended a socially distanced 95 birthday party for someone in our community
  • Picked up and delivered groceries to clients who are in high risk.
  • Our Virtual Tour camera has been unprecedentedly busy. Each agent in our office has made sure a virtual tour of all our properties is available!
  • Check out BigSkyRelief.org for more ways to help!
During this unprecedented time, we are continuing to represent clients who want or need to sell a home and our local teams are working hard continuing to conduct the business of real estate. We are committed to providing the highest quality service and will to continue to support our buyers and sellers using state-of-the-art technology and a suite of virtual marketing tools, which make it easy to view and experience the finest real estate in the world from the safety of one’s home.
As always, our goal in sharing market data with you is to create a better understanding of the trends affecting our unique housing market. We hope you find it to be a valuable resource and look forward to working with you to meet your real estate needs now and in the future. If you have any questions about the Big Sky market, please do not hesitate to reach out to me or any of our independent sales associates at (406) 995-2211.

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While staying at home and practicing safe social distancing are the best courses of action to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, it doesn’t mean we have to miss out on cultural landmarks around the world. Thanks to the Google Arts & Culture Project, from Montana and Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park, to Kenai Fjords in the Kenai Peninsula in southcentral Alaska, here are 6 national park you can tour right now from home.

While staying at home and practicing safe social distancing are the best courses of action to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, it doesn’t mean we have to miss out on cultural landmarks around the world. Thanks to the Google Arts & Culture Project, from Montana and Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park, to Kenai Fjords in the Kenai Peninsula in southcentral Alaska, here are 6 national park you can tour right now from home.

01 Yellowstone National Park, Montana and Wyoming

Our beloved Yellowstone National Park, just 40 minutes from Big Sky. Bozeman is conveniently located between Yellowstone’s north entrance at Gardiner, Montana, and the west entrance in West Yellowstone, Montana. Yellowstone National Park is home to Old Faithful Geyser, bison, the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River, Yellowstone Lake, and a massive supervolcano.

Established in 1872 by the United States Congress “for the preservation of” its many wonders and “for the enjoyment of the people,” and now encompassing 2.2 million acres.

The Park has five entrances and some 370 miles of paved roadway. Situated in the northwest corner of the Wyoming frontier, Yellowstone is a treasure that inspires awe in travelers from around the world, boasting more geysers (about 250 active geysers from amidst 10,000 total thermal features) than anywhere else on the globe.

02 Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska

At the edge of the Kenai Peninsula lies a land where the ice age lingers. Nearly 40 glaciers flow from the Harding Icefield, Kenai Fjords' crowning feature. Wildlife thrives in icy waters and lush forests around this vast expanse of ice. Sugpiaq people relied on these resources to nurture a life entwined with the sea. Today, shrinking glaciers bear witness to the effects of our changing climate.


03 Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii

Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park protects some of the most unique geological, biological, and cultural landscapes in the world. Extending from sea level to 13,677 feet, the park encompasses the summits of two of the world's most active volcanoes - Kīlauea and Mauna Loa.

04 Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico

High ancient sea ledges, deep rocky canyons, flowering cactus, and desert wildlife—treasures above the ground in the Chihuahuan Desert. Hidden beneath the surface are more than 119 caves—formed when sulfuric acid dissolved limestone leaving behind caverns of all sizes.

05 Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

Bryce Canyon is not a single canyon, but a series of natural amphitheaters or bowls, carved into the edge of a high plateau. The most famous of these is the Bryce Amphitheater (pictured below), which is filled with irregularly eroded spires of rocks called hoodoos. Virtually marvel at it's four main viewpoints, all found within the first few miles of the park: Bryce Point, Inspiration Point, Sunset Point, and Sunrise Point.

06 Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida

Dry Tortugas was established to protect the island and marine ecosystems of the Dry Tortugas, to preserve Fort Jefferson and submerged cultural resources such as shipwrecks, and to allow for public access in a regulated manner.
The rich cultural heritage of the Dry Tortugas all begins with its location 70 miles west of Key West, Florida. The seven keys (Garden, Loggerhead, Bush, Long, East, Hospital, and Middle) collectively known as the Dry Tortugas, are situated on the edge of the main shipping channel between the Gulf of Mexico, the western Caribbean, and the Atlantic Ocean. The strategic location of the Dry Tortugas brought a large number of vessels through its surrounding waters as they connect the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. Early on, the shipping channel was used among Spanish explorers and merchants traveling along the Gulf Coast.


Sotheby’s International Realty is pleased to announce that its affiliated brokers and sales professionals achieved more than $114 Billion USD in global sales volume, the highest annual U.S. sales volume performance in the history of the brand. $102 Billion USD of the global sales volume was achieved in the U.S., marking another record accomplishment for the brand.                                                                                     

“In 2019, the Sotheby’s International Realty® brand continued to achieve solid growth,” said Philip White, president and chief executive officer for Sotheby’s International Realty. “The brand expanded into new countries and territories and entered new markets in the U.S. We continued to make strategic business decisions that benefitted both our independent sales associates and affiliate companies. I am immensely proud of the hard work and dedication from our vast global network, and I look forward to continuing this momentum in 2020.”

2019 Achievements

Propelled by a strategic business move in March 2019, when Sotheby’s International Realty integrated its affiliate network and company-owned brokerage into one global organization, 50 new Sotheby’s International Realty offices were opened, bringing the brand’s presence to 1,000 offices in 70 countries and territories and more than 23,000 affiliated sales associates worldwide.

Sotheby’s International Realty continued to lead the category with the roll-out of exclusive marketing affiliations and first-ever technology launches, announcing it will soon unveil a new, fully integrated website. The brand’s existing website, sothebysrealty.com, saw another record year with more than 34 million visits, a 14 percent increase year-over-year. In addition, Sotheby’s International Realty was the first real estate brand to launch and implement mixed reality to its Curate by Sotheby’s International Realty sm augmented reality app, which merges the real world with virtual home staging. The platform can be utilized in various home buying and selling scenarios, and particularly benefits agents and developers to help prospective buyers envision their new home. To support the daily business needs of the network’s more than 23,000 independent sales associates, the brand unveiled Current by Sotheby’s International Realty® a robust marketing suite of technology tools consisting of best-in-class and exclusive apps, which provide sales associates with a distinctive and competitive edge in the market. For partnerships, the brand entered into an affiliation with Bloomberg.com as the exclusive launch sponsor for a new luxury properties marketplace.

Global Growth

This year observed significant growth for the brand’s existing affiliate companies in the United States through recruitment efforts and strategic mergers and acquisitions. Most notably, the brand increased its market presence in Brooklyn, New York; the Greater Boston area, Massachusetts; and Indiana. The brand also entered several new key markets last year, expanding the Sotheby’s International Realty network’s presence to 43 states across the country.

Outside the U.S. the Sotheby’s International Realty brand achieved more than $12 billion USD in sales volume and continued to expand into key markets around the world. In Europe, the brand grew its presence in Monaco; France; and Berlin and Binz, Germany. New offices were also opened in Doha, Qatar; and Paphos, Cyprus, expanding the brand’s global presence in marketing luxury listings. In the Caribbean and South America, the brand saw growth in Zapallar, Chile, an upscale residential community located two hours outside of Santiago; and agreements were signed to expand into the Anguilla territory. In the Asia-Pacific region, new offices were opened in Tauranga, New Zealand; and Port Douglas, Hobart, and Perth, Australia.


Art Auction 2020

Posted on February 20, 2020 by Amy Sand
The Arts Council of Big Sky is pleased to be hosting its eighth annual fund-raising art auction event on Saturday, February 29, at the Wilson Hotel in the Big Sky Town Center from 6 - 10 PM. The event is sponsored by Big Sky Sotheby’s International Realty. Tickets are now on sale!
DATE: February 29, 2020, 6 PM
LOCATION: The Wilson Hotel
PRICE: $100
CLICK HERE to purchase tickets!
The evening includes a quick-finish, live and silent auctions, music, food and drinks. This event is the only dedicated fundraiser for the Arts Council of Big Sky.
The Live Auction will feature artwork by Kevin Red Star, Julie Chapman, Terry Cooke Hall, Rachel Rusti Warner, Cyrus Walker, Ben Pease, Amber Blazina, Barb Swartz-Karst, Miles Glynn, Kirsten Kainz, Harry Koyama, Tabby Ivy, Tom Gilleon, Carrie Wild and many more!
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Categories: Big Sky Culture

Resort Report 2020

Posted on February 14, 2020 by Amy Sand

Living in a resort community offers a unique and attractive lifestyle, abundant with scenic views, recreational opportunities, and like-minded people. Buying and selling real estate in resort communities is unlike most transactions, which is why LIV Sotheby's International Realty compiles an annual Resort Report focused on these one-of-a-kind communities.

The Resort Report is aimed to inform consumers about 12 prominent resort markets and details what makes each of them unique. The report analyzes the performance of 12 different resort markets spanning Colorado, California, Nevada, Utah, Montana, Wyoming, New Mexico and Idaho.

On that list: Vail Valley (Vail, Beaver Creek, etc.), Summit County (Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper Mountain, etc.), Crested Butte, Telluride, Aspen, Steamboat Springs, Lake Tahoe, Park City, Big Sky, Jackson Hole, Santa Fe and Sun Valley.

There are many factors that can impact real estate in these resort communities — for example, the changing seasons, available amenities, transportation offerings, and shifts in employment due to the seasonality of job needs. In order for consumers to make sound financial decisions regarding real estate, it’s important to be knowledgeable of the metrics especially focusing on any shifts in average price and average days on market. Monitoring the real estate performance will set a potential buyer or seller up for success when entering the typically complicated process.

Reporting good news, most of the communities showed a notable increase in demand for 2020, with an increase in average sold price and average sold price per square foot, in combination with a decrease in average days on market. The Big Sky market specifically reported notable increases in the market, including an impressive 18.4 percent increase in average sold price from $960,675 in 2018 to $1,136,998 in 2019. In addition, average days on market dropped over 13 percent to 113 days in 2019, an extremely quick transaction time for a resort location.

“The numbers say it all. We have more buyer demand than we have product which is pushing property values up. Big Sky is growing! Big Sky Resort continues to elevate the ski experience with new terrain, state of the art heated lifts & a beautiful new Base Lodge amenities & après ski choices. The Big Sky Town Center has doubled in size in the past few years, adding a hospital, skating rink, hotel, a trail system, new retail shops, breweries and restaurants. In all, approximately 1 billion dollars will be spent in new commercial development including the Montage and One & Only luxury Hotels, a community center, affordable housing, infrastructure and more. That and more direct flights into Bozeman has skiers flocking to Big Sky,” said Cathy Gorman owner and managing broker of Big Sky Sotheby’s International Realty offices.

Understanding the market and local economy is a critical piece to real estate success for both buyers and sellers. This report provides information to help interested buyers have an understanding of each unique community, and for potential sellers to keep current with local real estate trends.

Big Sky Sotheby’s International Realty is proud to provide various reports as resources for consumers. Visit bigskysir.com/market-watch to access the firm’s reports today. Call 406-995-2211 for more information or to service any of your real estate needs.

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Big Sky's Market Report - 2019 Year-End

Posted on January 27, 2020 by Amy Sand
Big Sky Sotheby's International Realty provides the latest real estate statistics for Big Sky and its surrounding areas. Get the stats Market Report and stay informed.
Seller’s Market

We are definitely still in a seller's market! 

In Big Sky overall 2019 vs 2018 residential sales: sold volume increased 6.36%, average price per square foot was up 13.15%, average days on market decreased 22.6%. Prices moved upwards with average sold price increasing over 18.35%.
Real estate in Big Sky is moving fast, if you are curious about what's possible for you and your investment property give us a call today!

Buying a house in a seller's market

To compete against other buyers in a seller's market, you need to be prepared. First, you’ll need a mortgage pre-approval letter if you are not paying cash before you start shopping, that way a seller knows you can afford to purchase.

You may also have to waive some contingencies to edge out other buyers—or widen your search to neighborhood with less demand.

Other ways to make your offer more attractive include increasing the amount of earnest money that you'll put into the escrow deposit, writing a personal letter to the seller and, of course, offering above list price. 

We look forward to being of service in 2020 - wherever your real estate requirements take you.


The ELM; Turning Up the Volume on Bozeman's Music Scene

Posted on December 20, 2019 by Kali Gillette

Bozeman’s music scene is about to reach a whole new level. The ELM, a world-class new music venue opening April 2020, is set to put Bozeman on the map for even more music opportunities.

The venue is being built by Logjam Presents, an independent Montana music promotion company that is known for its amazing venues such as The Wilma, Top Hat, and Kettlehouse Amphitheater in Missoula. The quality of music they bring in is incredible; think big names like Robert Plant, Lyle Lovett, and Bruce Cockburn, but also regional favorites such as The Lil Smokies. Currently, Logjam manages the music at the newly remodeled Rialto and concertgoers have been giving rave reviews.

Nick Checota, owner of Logjam talks about his decision to expand into the Bozeman market, “The main reason is we felt there was a demand from our customers. We could see from ticket sales that many of our customers were driving over from Bozeman for shows we were hosting in Missoula,” he said. “In large part, this was because Bozeman did not have a sufficient venue of more than 500 people capacity. As a result, most acts would skip the market.” He goes on to explain, “It can be a challenge to encourage bands to go out of their way to play in Montana. Bozeman and Missoula do not fit into the ideal routing, so by having venues in each town, we can entice artists to come to Montana and play two shows which makes the idea more economically feasible.”

Working closely with Matt Dugid, with Paradigm Architecture in Missoula, Acoustical Engineer, Skip Kahane from Missoula, plus Layne McKay, Logjam’s on-staff technical director, Checota has created a contemporary design with best-in-class sound production and maximum functionality. The level of detail is impressive, from excellent site lines and efficient customer circulation to safe and secure entry points, the flow of the venue easily accommodates 1,500 people.

“We have learned quite a bit about customer flow and queuing from remodeling and constructing our venues in Missoula, which we took into careful consideration in creating the environment of the ELM,” Checota said. “The actual performance space will be the highlight of the venue.  We have put considerable time and effort into creating a space that has great view lines, great sound, and has a unique and interesting aesthetic.”

The ELM will double as a private event space, perfect for things such as a large banquet or corporate party.  Adjacent to the building is the RSVP Motel, a 1960’s era motor inn newly refurbished into a boutique hotel. Visitors will love the hip accommodations and convenience of being right next door.

Located at 506 Seventh Avenue in midtown Bozeman, the ELM is part of a vast revitalization of one of Bozeman’s original hubs. Focusing on urban density and infill, city plans include an expansion of sidewalks and bike lanes to make walking and biking easier.

The ELM is easily accessible from any part of town, as well as I-90.

To keep tabs on the progress of the ELM, along with upcoming show announcements, go to, logjampresents.com.

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Categories: Bozeman Events

Crazy Weather Trends? Or Simply Just the Weather...

Posted on December 17, 2019 by Kali Gillette

Avg Percip in Big SkyWinter hit October in full force! Big Sky received 53” of snow compared to the 27” we normally receive this time of year. On average, we end up with 300” by the middle of April, so if the snowfall kept on at this pace, we would be looking at a banner year.

Roscoe Shaw has been forecasting weather for Big Sky Resort for the past 15 years. Not as a public service, but rather for the resort to utilize in planning their internal operations. Needless to say, he’s seen a lot of trends, so we caught up with him to get his thoughts on what our incredibly snowy fall means for the upcoming winter.

The short answer, “The indicators are neutral, “ he says, “They’re not giving a signal.”

Weather trends are influenced by whether it’s an El Nino, or La Nina year, an odd oscillation in the ocean that goes back and forth. If it’s a La Nina year, there is more cool air moving over the ocean, generally resulting in more snow in Big Sky. If it’s an El Nino year, there is more warm air over the Pacific, resulting in less snow. “I like to say that the girl is good, the boy is bad,” Shaw jokes.

In all seriousness, he says, “This year it’s neither, it’s right in the middle.” Shaw explains that there is a mathematical model for forecasting snow and powder. “Granted, it usually only makes a 10% difference, and it’s only right 2/3 of the time,” he says.

“Just because it was snowy last month doesn’t mean it will be next month,” he says . “It doesn’t mean a thing. There’s no reason to think it will or won’t be a big snow year. Last year, March had very little snow, but overall, it was a really good year.”

As for the frequency of snowy years, it’s entirely random. “Some times kids born short, some times they are tall,” he laughs.

What he can say with certainty is that Big Sky is extraordinarily consistent compared to other areas. “A bad year here is still good,” he says. “The farther south you get in the Rockies, the more inconsistent the snow becomes. You can have awesome snow one year, and the next year have barely any.” He goes on to explain, “A couple of years ago, there were Utah and Colorado license plates all over town. They had very little snow there, so everyone gave up and drove to Big Sky.”

So what makes our snow so special? “Big Sky has as good of snow as you can get,” Roscoe says, “because it stays so steady and cold and dry, which leads to very good snow quality. Other areas may get more snow at times, but Big Sky’s is consistently good.”

Shaw came to Big Sky in 1995, “We just don’t have snow bad years,” he says. “That, and the fact that we have so much terrain with so few people is what makes Big Sky the best.”

Well said, Mr. Shaw.


Our Collection - Winter 2019/20

Posted on November 26, 2019 by Amy Sand
Our collection of real estate listings
Explore real estate in Our Collection - winter edition.  Explore real estate in Big Sky, Bozeman and the surrounding area's. Browse market statistics and our most recent significant sales.  Find out what is happening in Southwest Montana!
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Calendar of Events: Big Sky Winter 2019/20

Posted on November 26, 2019 by Amy Sand

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Fractionals Q & A

Posted on November 8, 2019 by Lisa Knorr & Amy Sand

1.  What are fractionals?

Fractional ownership of vacation homes allows you to enjoy a designated number of weeks or months of home ownership privileges in Big Sky or our surrounding areas but at a fraction of the cost of whole ownership.

2.  Who are fractionals really for?

This type of real estate arrangement is ideal if you want the benefits of owning a second home located in an amazing location like the Rocky Mountains of Southwest Montana but can’t justify the investment because of limited use.

3.  How long is a typical fractional share?

Most fractionals are between two to 13 weeks. Those don’t necessarily have to be consecutive weeks. Because there are far fewer owners of each individual property than say your typical timeshare, you’ll have a lot more options regarding when you can use the home.

4.  Who manages the fractionals?

Typically, fractionals are usually self managed. They are governed by recorded declarations.

5.  How do fractionals differ from timeshares?

Fractionals tend to be larger homes or condos, usually two to four bedrooms. Timeshares are typically for one to two weeks per year.  Fractionals offer from two to 13 weeks, and those don’t necessarily have to be consecutive weeks. Fractional ownership is a method of property purchase involving several buyers, typically 6-12. The main difference between fractional ownership and a timeshare is in the way actual equity is distributed. In a fractional ownership arrangement, the purchaser actually owns a piece of equity in the property. If the property goes up in value, the fractional owner's share of the pie also becomes more valuable. With a timeshare, ownership is not distributed. The owner purchases only weeks or months of enjoyment in a property, and these weeks or months do not rise and fall in value with the value of the property. The title is still owned by the principal owner.

6.  Why should I buy a fractional instead of a wholly-owned second home?

Most people who buy a fractional recognize that they won’t be spending more than a couple of months a year at their vacation home.  With a fractional you can get the quality and level of luxury you want and only pay for the “fraction” of time you actually plan to use the home.

7. Can you trade or rent out your time?

In some cases, yes, but you will want to check the specific guidelines for the property you’re considering.  Most fractionals also participate in a reciprocal usage program similar to timeshares in which you can trade weeks and locations.

8.  Can more than one individual or family own a residence interest?

At most properties, the answer is yes. In addition, the extended family of the owner including children, grandchildren, siblings and parents can use the residence and are entitled to use the property.

9.  What are ownership costs of a fractional?

Typically speaking operating costs ie property taxes, utilities, HOA dues, general maintenance, etc. are divided equally between the owners.


Yellowstone Condo 74C

Yellowstone Condo 74C (Half ownership): 1,070 Sq. Ft., 2 BED, 3 BATHROOMS. OFFERED FOR $195,000 

16 Woodbine

Hidden Village Condo - 16 Woodbine (Approx. 6 weeks per year of usage): 1,928 Sq. Ft., 3 BED, 3 BATHROOM. OFFERED FOR $38,500


Hidden Village Condo - 23 Coneflower Court (Aprox. 6 weeks per year of usage): 1,950 Sq. Ft., 3 BEDS, 3 BATHROOMS. OFFERED AT $44,000



Big Sky's Market Report - Q3 2019

Posted on October 28, 2019 by Amy Sand
Big Sky Sotheby's International Realty provides the latest real estate statistics for Big Sky and it's surrounding areas. Get the stats Q3 2019 Market Report and stay informed.
Seller’s Market

We are definitely still in a seller's market! 

In Big Sky overall Q3 2019 vs Q3 2018, sold volume increased 22% and average days on market decreased 6%. Prices moved upwards with average sold price increasing over 37%.

Buying a house in a seller's market

To compete against other buyers in a seller's market, you need to be prepared. First, you’ll need a mortgage pre-approval letter if you are not paying cash before you start shopping, that way a seller knows you can afford to purchase.

You may also have to waive some contingencies to edge out other buyers—or widen your search to neighborhood with less demand.

Other ways to make your offer more attractive include increasing the amount of earnest money that you'll put into the escrow deposit, writing a personal letter to the seller and, of course, offering above list price. 

We look forward to being of service in 2019/2020 - wherever your real estate requirements take you.

Categories: Real Estate | MARKET TRENDS

Winterizing Your Home

Posted on October 23, 2019 by brookew

Winter weather snuck in a bit early this year, but don’t let it get the best of you—there’s still time to prep your home before the snow really settles in. With a few critical maintenance items, you can keep your home safe, warm and energy-efficient!

• Check the heating system. When is the last time you had your furnace serviced? Best practice is to have it professionally serviced every year, and Northwestern Energy will rebate you for that service every three years. Additionally, regular homeowners maintenance, such as changing your filters every time the season changes, will extend the life and efficiency of your system.

Curious how you could reduce your heating and cooling costs? Schedule an Energy Audit with Northwestern Energy!

An energy audit includes:

  • Blower door test to detect areas of leakage
  • Water heater temperature check
  • Refrigerator/freezer temperature check
  • Gas equipment safety check
  • Insulation evaluation
  • Free water heater tank wrap
  • Free hot water pipe insulation
  • Free low-flow faucet aerators and shower head

• Check the trim around windows and doors. If you find any openings or areas where the paint is peeling, be sure to re-caulk. Clean the gutters. Overflowing gutters cause water to drip onto the exterior (and sometimes interior) of your home causing water damage. Check the downspout extenders to be sure they are far enough away from the foundation and don’t allow water to build up. Any low spots around the house should be addressed to en- sure drainage away from the foundation.

• Clean the chimney. If you have a fireplace or stove, start the season with peace of mind by having your chimney or stovepipe cleaned.

•We know you’ve already done this one - right? Blow out the sprinkler system. You don’t want to start the spring with cracked pipes or a flooded crawl space! Be sure hoses are disconnected too.

Curious what else you might be able to do? Call your preferred Sotheby’s International Realty® expert and let’s talk about what might specifically be needed for your home.


Maze Adventures in Bozeman!

Posted on October 22, 2019 by brookew

Fall fun kicks off at the beginning of October with Maze adventures!

Bozeman Maze: Dale Mandeville started the Bozeman Maze in 1998 intending to provide fun fall farm entertainment. Today, this 5000-bale hay maze draws crowds from around the region. In addition to the maze, whose theme changes each year, enjoy a hayride, giant corn bins, Power Jump Bungee Trampoline, and concessions.

Check out the Haunted Maze, one night only, Saturday, October 26, at 7:00 pm!

Montana Corn Maze: Another local favorite, Montana Corn Maze, sits on 4.5 acres off of Cameron Bridge Road Manhattan, Montana. The maze is made by cutting 4 foot wide paths into corn that has been planted on a grid. On Saturdays, Smoldering Coals Catering will be on-site featuring Dutch oven cooking, along with a farmer’s market full of honey, eggs, and baked goods.

Photo Credit: bozemanmaze.com



Homecoming MSU Bobcat Tailgate!

Posted on September 20, 2019 by brookew

Park at Big Sky Sotheby's International Realty (on the corner of Willson and Kagy) and join us for a taco bar and custom Bloody Mary before the Bobcat Homecoming game on October 12. 11-1:00 we will be here to support you in supporting the Bobcats!

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