What are you waiting for?
Winter is stepping your snowshoes in crisp, fresh snow, shredding down a double black diamond with ease. Bundling up for a holiday stroll on Main Street with hot chocolate in hand.
Spring is eager lilacs bursting out in bloom around every corner (literally) after a long winter. Dogs in breweries and parks and office buildings, everyone's fingers crossed there won’t be another snow snap for at least a few months.
Summer in Montana is floating a river on bluebird days, sipping cans of river-cooled beverages. Sitting outside and listening to local folk music as kids hop and skip to the beat.
Fall is colorful hikes to natural hot springs, popping down to Yellowstone after the tourist craze has dwindled to catch the wildlife bugling and flourishing before the winter freeze.
These are the things that draw future Montanans in and what makes native Montanans stay. In Montana, we are a bit different but that’s why we thrive here.
But when moving for the first time, there will be things to adjust to. Winter (and spring and summer) cold snaps, making new friends and business connections, trying to navigate the ins and outs of the nightlife… it’s more than just beautiful mountains and big wonderful skies.
Taking the leap.
You’re finally ready to make the jump to Montana. When you visited Montana, whether it was 20 years ago or two months ago, you knew. This is your place. These are your people. Independent. Hardworking. Creative. Free-spirited. Adventurous. Maybe a little crazy.
Montana gets under your skin, it sticks. But something is holding you back. Yet you’re here. You’re on our website. The thing we want you to know is, you don’t have to make the move alone.
Request our MOVING TO MONTANA guide and get info on activities, lifestyle, building a business and career, and more.
And, of course, we are here to help you out with any questions you may have.
Looking out of our area, but want to work with an experienced, vetted agent?
We specialize in working with buyers looking to relocate to Montana from out of the area, and have helped many people settle into their new lives in Montana. If you are going in the opposite direction, we hate to see you go, but we can help you find an agent to sell your home in your current location. We have a regional and national network of agents we can match you with. Click here for a referral.
Read what some of my relocation clients have to say:
Oh we are so happy to have found Page! She is a treasure – not only a super nice, thoughtful, and honest person, we found Page an excellent negotiator and creative strategist when we bought our Bozeman home. With her help, we were the winning offer on a multiple-bid property that was exactly what we’d been looking for. In fact, the property was one we’d dismissed due to poor Internet pictures and based on our conversations about what we wanted in a house, Page insisted we take a closer look.
She really took the time to get to know us, our values, tastes, and understand our budget. Page is super responsive by email, text, and phone, and truly goes above and beyond before and after the closing, providing check lists, extra pictures, videos, info on neighborhood, schools, trails, insights into Bozeman life. Her background as landscape designer gives her a great design sense and she can easily articulate a property’s potential for you. She has made our purchase so easy and we highly recommend heR.
–Julie, Seattle WA
I have bought and sold houses sine I was in my 20’s and I have never been so impressed with any realtor as I was with Page. She listens to who you are- what pushes your buttons in a home- she’s sensitive to the budget- she knows the different areas to look at- honestly- I wish Page was in Denver because I want to share her with EVERYONE that is either buying or selling a property or home!! Page is a real- authentic individual that operates with a sincere intention to SERVE her client!! Incredible experience!!
–Kim, Denver, CO
Read about more experiences here. Or just give us a call!