Western Montana has not been immune to the economic downturn of recent years, but, thankfully, the Missoula MT housing market was more resilient than in other parts of the county.
Our economy has been able to avoid dramatic swings on both ends of the spectrum causing only a bit of stagnation compared to the sheer collapse of more harshly effected parts of the country.
Distinct personality and amenities continue to make each residential neighborhood in Missoula unique. From homes built generations ago and steeped in Missoula history — to new homes in master planned communities, there are homes to meet the needs and neighborhood preferences of every family.
Now is a great time to buy. Tax incentives, low interest rates, and down-to-earth prices indicate that a home purchased in Missoula today will turn into a great investment in the long run.
As a friendly tip, keep in mind that whether you’re buying or renting in Missoula, if your relocation falls on or around the beginning of either college semester (late July, August, September, January, February), be sure to schedule utility installations, such as cable TV, electricity, and phone service, well in advance.