It's not the scariest price we've seen for a condo in Bozeman, but it's pricey given the square footage. As of late July, the least expensive condo on the market in Bozeman is currently priced at $325K.
Who knew that waiting on a bench outside of the Sweet Pea Festival office would be one of the nicest encounters I would have all week. Three of us were there to pick up wristbands and posters. Turns out I was the 'newbie' of the group, having lived in Bozeman for only 30 years.
When someone says 'they're full', you don't force them to have another burger. Sacks Thrift Store in downtown Bozeman is currently at capacity with signs all over their outside donation shed. Yet lazy people are still piling crap outside their doors in the after hours. Not cool.
I've sort of lost perspective of the cost of basic things in the last 18 months. Turns out, Bozeman has it's own brand of hefty inflation. Supply chain issues are VERY serious around here and those problems are hitting the restaurants big time.
Convenience is at a premium, along with a super healthy dose of supply and demand for hotel rooms the week of Bozeman's Sweet Pea Festival. Frankly, we were shocked there were any rooms available at ANY price.
The sales are legendary. The weather is always hot. The sidewalks of downtown Bozeman are always crowded. But those with patience and a keen eye can score incredible clearance deals during Bozeman Crazy Days.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, we have questions. Bozeman real estate that is listed on Realtor.com all have their own set of pictures. We're curious about a few of the decisions that were made.