A Rugged Outdoor Paradise Awaits in MontanaJune 29th, 2013

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Montana, especially western Montana, is known as the Big Sky Country because the sky seems so much bigger and bluer here. With the spectacular Rocky Mountains running through the state, the land of cowboys also is known for its rugged scenery and outdoor activities.

The Rockies provide ample opportunity for hikes that range from gentle to strenuous; many people like to backpack into the back-country for wilderness camping at its best. Montana is home to the very scenic Glacier and Yellowstone national parks, both of which provide plenty of opportunity to view Read the rest of this entry »

Montana has Plenty of Room to RoamMay 14th, 2013

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They do not call Montana “Big Sky” country for nothing. There is literally a lot of nature out in this area and plenty of sky to see. You are away from the big city lights that so often pollute our view and ability to enjoy nature. Also, you are going to have plenty of real estate available for purchase in an area like this. Just ask some of the celebrities that are snatching it up right now. Everyone is in a rush to get to Montana and stake out a claim of it for themselves. Read the rest of this entry »

Open Wide to the Possibilities of MontanaMarch 25th, 2013

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Montana is a land with wide open spaces a a lot of possibilities. If you are thinking of moving to Montana, there are a number of things you will want to consider before making your move.

The first aspect of moving to this state that you will want to consider is what type of entertainment opportunities you will have. Those who don’t know much about the state may think that the biggest recreational activities are hunting and fishing. While those are Read the rest of this entry »

The People Places and Things in MontanaJuly 3rd, 2012

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Montana is more than just a sparsely populated Western state. It is home to many stunning landscapes and Native American cultures. The uninformed traveler may find something of interest when they visit this place. Enthusiast can read further and learn about the attractions.


The state has numerous mountain ranges. Many people visit them for adventurous outdoor activities. They can go hiking in the state parks or climb the majestic mountains with special equipment. The state also has an abundance of rivers that are great for fishing. Wildlife, such as the Osprey Read the rest of this entry »

Moving to MT? Our Favorite CitiesJanuary 14th, 2012

Author: www.montana-real-estate.com

There are a lot of great places to live in Montana and aside from the ADT and changing your mailing address you need to consider where you’ll actually live! Here are three of our favorite MT cities we think you should consider
Bozeman – There’s nothing missing from Bozemanit’s got culture and heritage and the downtown area is walkable and cute. If you love clean, easy urban living with a slice of mountain views on the side, Bozeman’s it.
Missoula – If you’re Read the rest of this entry »

Everything You Need to Know About Your Move to MontanaOctober 14th, 2011

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Montana is a state-of-mind to many people who live there. The Big Sky Country state offers many opportunities for families, retirees, and even single people. Montana is a state of vast open spaces and an immense diversity of communities.

Montana has a few large cities, but it is more noted for its small town and rural feel. The people of Montana are hardy, honest, and they are hard-working. Montana’s working people consistently rank near or at the top of ratings for performance and capabilities. However, in Montana, professional positions pay less. Read the rest of this entry »

Mount Up and Move to MontanaOctober 10th, 2011

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Do you need a change? A new place to live? Montana may just be the ticket. Montana is known as ‘Big Sky Country’. That it is, the sky seems endless, it has some of the beautiful sunsets in the country, full of majestic colors. The air quality in Montana has the highest quality and lowest pollution in the United States. It has endless recreational oppotunities. From horseback riding, to tennis, endless, uninterrupted running, cycling and Read the rest of this entry »

Dig Your Move to the Treasure State-MontanaOctober 9th, 2011

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More people are getting away from the hustle and bustle of the city and opting for a quieter place. There is no better place than Montana to raise a family. Property values are great and it is the kind of place where you know your neighbors. Montana is a place where you can sit on your porch drinking coffee and admiring the deer and antelope playing in your front yard. It is the place where some do not lock your doors at night, because here there Read the rest of this entry »

To Hot for You? Move to MontanaJuly 22nd, 2011

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Are you too hot living in your current area? Maybe you should move to Montana. The temperatures in Montana throughout the year are typically below a hundred degrees Fahrenheit. The temperatures are probably cooler then where you are living now. While it’s not freezing temperatures, the climate is fairly cool. Average temperatures year round are below sixty, with highs as high as in the nineties, and extreme lows below zero. The greatest amount of rainfall for Montana is between May and July. So Read the rest of this entry »

The Official Move to Montana Web SiteJuly 18th, 2011

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Nature’s grandeur is never far in Big Sky Country. Even in the city, majestic mountains or scenic badlands are within reach. A move to Montana is a move to adventure.

The Continental Divide runs through the Rockies to the west. To the east are rolling prairies. Trout splash in pristine rivers. The wind carries the rustle and scent of pine, cedar, and cottonwood trees. Asters, daisies, lilies and orchids scatter color on the landscape. Spectacular buttes rise, waterfalls cascade, and Read the rest of this entry »