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This beautiful turn-key home is officially off the market! 

 



33 Kelly Court, located in the desirable Elk Grove Subdivision, featured 6 beds, 3 baths, 3,550 sq ft and an attached 3 car garage. Additionally this property has an amazing layout with basically easy main level living. The basement included three additional guest bedrooms, full bathroom and a massive second living room. This listing also offered 0.316 acres backing to an HOA designated space with gorgeous mountain views! This home did not last long!  I had multiple offers in the first day of hitting the open market.

Check out what my sellers had to say about working with me!

"Marisa recently represented us while selling our home. She guided us to a competitive, yet fair and…

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Multiple offers on this listing and I could not be more excited for my sellers!! 3996 Bosal Street in Bozeman is located in the Baxter Meadows Subdivision close to the Gallatin Regional Park (100 Acre Park), Dinosaur Park, Chief Joseph Middle School, Gallatin High School (the new Bozeman High School) and more!


(Professional Photography is incredibly key when listing a property. Challenge your Agent and make sure they hire top professionals when listing a property. Photos by the talented Townsend Collective).  
This single level craftsman style home features an open layout with hardwood floors, granite countertops and a beautiful stacked stone gas fireplace. It is still incredibly important to price your home RIGHT in today's market. Even though…
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I just sold this 1900s Farmhouse on acreage with a Creek ~ 8120 Chapman Road, Bozeman! 

8120 Chapman Road, Bozeman sits on 17+ acres with a 1,700+ sq ft charming 1900s farmhouse. This property sold SO QUICKLY and practically off the market. This was one of my favorite listings because of the hard work, dedication, grit these sellers and myself put into the property to make it shine. 

The farmhouse was remodeled back in the 90s and maintained its historic charm. The large kitchen had some of its farmhouse appeal complimented by the exposed brick and beautiful hardwood floors. 

This property included acres of fenced pasture for horses and animals to roam. There are stunning views of the Bridgers from this property. 
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As a homeowner, what home projects are worth your time, money, and energy to improve property value in the long term? 

We often see the end result of a homeowner spending substantial savings in areas of a home that did NOT improve their home's value for what they hoped it would yield. Check out our Do's and Don'ts list below! 

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DO's

  • Repainting
    Choose neutrals, grays, shades of whites, blues. (See below for colors to stay away from.)

  • Door Color 
    Black doors have proven to increase offer/sold prices of homes.



  • Hire a Contractor
    Hire a professional contractor or handyman that you know first hand will do excellent work. Be mindful of doing your own projects especially if it involves plumbing, electrical, etc. Be up…
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Relocation Buyer looking for a home on a bit of acreage for a few horses. 

Areas: Bozeman, Belgrade, Livingston

  • Acreage prefers 10-20+ acres, but minimum of 5 acres desired
  • Needs to be horse friendly 
  • Single family home on property 
  • Shop preferred or space to build 
  • Ideal location would be backing to forest service 
  • Budget: Under $750K  

    If you know of a property that could fit this criteria, please email Marisa Owen at Marisa@BuyBozemanHomes.com. 
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We get asked all of the time, how is the market doing in Bozeman?

If you have been on Realtor.com or any other real estate sites, you have probably seen an incredible amount of price reductions. Some properties we have seen have upwards of 3 to 4 price reductions within a matter of 0-60+ days on market. While this is a seller's market, it is incredibly crucial to understand that the market changes and to price your home RIGHT.

What we do know is that the appraisal in most transactions is usually the make or break. An appraiser will grab comparables (sold properties within the last 180+ days) to your property and assess it's market value. It's important to know what are the comparables ("comps") to your property and to have the backing of a "sales…

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