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Posted: Dec 9, 2014 by ecoREsource Properties
Each time Bozeman is named “Best Place” in the national media, locals aren’t surprised. They already know what the rest of the world keeps hearing; Bozeman, Montana is the best place to live. Many express their hope that it will remain a “best kept” secret. After all, part of the allure of Bozeman is its small population and vast opportunities for solitude. If you haven’t already, you are bound to fall in love with this unpretentious town after…Click To View Full Post
Posted: Nov 25, 2014 by ecoREsource Properties
Bozeman is quickly turning into a Seller’s market with multiple buyers competing for the same property. We recommend that buyers consider putting their best offer in…the first time around.
When you make an offer on a property, the seller can accept, reject or counter offer your offer. That being said, you want to make your offer as appealing as possible. Try to see your offer from the seller’s perspective. Here are 5 ways to be the ideal buyer…Click To View Full Post
Posted: Nov 12, 2014 by ecoREsource Properties
As conventional energy costs continue to rise, more and more Montanans are seeking to convert to solar energy. If you are considering living off the energy grid, now is the perfect time; solar costs have decreased 25% in the last few years alone. Homeowners who go solar will see these benefits:
1.Solar Energy is Renewable - Using the sun for power does not reduce the amount available; it’s an unlimited resource.
2.It Will Save the Homeowner Money - Adding…Click To View Full Post
Posted: Nov 10, 2014 by ecoREsource Properties
The Montana Department of Tourism recently released this amazing video of our beautiful state. Sit back, relax and enjoy the unparalleled scenery of "The Treasure State."Click To View Full Post
Posted: Oct 29, 2014 by ecoREsource Properties
Most of us don’t think twice about the availability of water; we turn on our faucet, and there it is. Did you know that only about 1% of the earth’s water is readily available to consume? You can save money and help the environment simply by reducing your water usage and eliminating water waste. The average household spends $500 per year on their water/sewer bill. By installing water-efficient fixtures and appliances, homeowners can…Click To View Full Post
Posted: Sep 3, 2013 by Rick Ladzinski
Footprint? What Footprint? Hobbits, The Oblivious and The Carbon Footprint of How You Live
Whether we acknowledge it or not, whether we are aware of it or not, we all leave a footprint as we take our walk through life. A track, a mark, an impression, a legacy, or just a trace, we leave evidence of having lived on this earth. Individually it varies immensely depending on how we live and what we consume. Collectively, the human race…Building a Sustainable Society Click To View Full Post
Posted: Nov 14, 2012 by Gary Foster
The latest version of the green movement can be confusing. You hear all the catchphrases about climate change and doing your part for the environment. As usual, this is a reinvention of the last movement from the 70's which is almost identical. That puts me in the age group who has seen this movie before. Don't get me wrong. We all need to do our part. However, as usual, if you follow the money you will see a lot of the…Common Sense Construction Click To View Full Post
Posted: Nov 9, 2012 by Mary Ackermann
Where does your water come from? Bozeman's delicious water comes from the watershed south of town and the south end of the Bridger Mountains. This includes Hyalite Creek which flows into Hyalite Reservoir, and Sourdough Creek which is drawn from the creek at the canyon. Both are considered surface water and the two are mixed and tested at the Sourdough water plant. Lyman Creek is spring water which is considered a groundwater source and comes from the Bridger Range. You can access more information…Your Town Click To View Full Post
Posted: Nov 8, 2012 by Mary Ackermann
Wonderful horse property located just outside the small western community of Clyde Park, MT. This productive 78 acres has a good spring and live creek, exceptional views, native grasses and rolling hills. there's a newer 2+ bedroom farmhouse, the original stone homestead and new 6 stall horse barn with an apt. Additional adreage is available if your dream is a 210 acre ranch. Everything you want right here and ready to set up a nice performance horse or cattle operation. $1,165,000…Happy Trails Click To View Full Post
Posted: Nov 8, 2012 by Mary Ackermann
For all who are interested in low-cost, low tech, energy efficient housing, there's a terrific website www.passivehouse.us.Great Resources Click To View Full Post
Posted: Jul 26, 2012 by Mary Ackermann
Just fyi: All dogs and cats over 6 months of age, living inside the city limits are required to be licensed. Proof of rabies vaccination and spay or neutering certificate required. Call 406-582-2327(Bozeman) and 406-222-2005(Livingston) for more information.
When you move from another state you have 90 days to get a Montana driver's license. A driver must be 16 years of age or have taken the driver's education class to be licensed at 15 years of age. Call 406-587-0461(Bozeman) and 406-222-4610(Livingston)..
Vehicles…Your Town Click To View Full Post