Guides

    • 2018 Market Outlook

      With 2017 over, and most people making plans for 2018, we wonder where the market is going and how it will affect us in the years to come. Will the…

    • Bozeman

      Founded by John Bozeman in approximately 1864, Bozeman, Montana took form in the midst of United States western expansion. Its western feel, coupled with its outdoorsy roots gives Bozeman a…

    • Big Sky

      Big Sky, Montana is a community that lies approximately 50 miles southwest of Bozeman along U.S. Highway 191, and just 15 miles from the northwestern border of Yellowstone National Park.…

    • Belgrade

      Belgrade, Montana was established in 1881 as a farming and ranching community, just outside of Bozeman, Montana. Still holding on to its farming and ranching origins, Belgrade’s population was 7,389…

    • Manhattan

      Manhattan, Montana is a town located 20 miles northwest of Bozeman along Interstate 90. Originally established as a rural community in 1865 and named Hamilton, Manhattan did not receive its…

    • Three Forks

      On July 25th, 1805, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark arrived at the headwaters of the Missouri with their guide Sacajawea, making them the first white men to enter the confluence…

    • Livingston

      Originally a small trading post named Benson’s Landing, the Northern Pacific Railway (NPR) arrived in 1882 and renamed it Clark City after contractor Herman Clark. Later that same year, Clark…

    • Gallatin Gateway

      Gallatin Gateway is a small community along the mouth of the canyon on the road that leads to Yellowstone National Park, just 12 miles southwest of Bozeman. Fishing access, whitewater…