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Chart 1: Q4 (December) 2020: Inside Bozeman’s city limit the number of dwellings for sale is 77. Five years ago the number was 162. The number of residential dwellings for sale today is ⇓ down 52% from 5 years ago.
Chart 1: Outside the city, Q4 (December) 2020, the number of single-family dwellings for sale is 118. Five years ago the number was 227. The number of residential dwellings for sale has dropped ⇓ 48% in the past 5 years.
From 2014 to Q4 2020, Bozeman real estate for sale inside and outside the city has been consistently falling.
According to Livability, Bozeman is a Best Place To Live and a Best Place To Raise A Family
Chart 2: Since 2014, median sales prices for all Bozeman residential properties have skyrocketed. Median sales prices inside Bozeman began rising significantly in July 2020. But overall, from early-pandemic April 2020 to December 2020, median sales prices have risen ⇑ $53,000 or ⇑ 10%.
Chart 2: Outside Bozeman, median sales price for all residential properties has jumped ⇑ 13% or ⇑ $82,000, since Bozeman’s Coronavirus pandemic began in late March 2020.
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Bozeman, Montana is the setting for Montana State University (MSU) and the city has a highly educated, vibrant, diversified workforce.
Fifty-seven percent (up from 43% just a few years ago) of Bozeman residents have at least a bachelor’s degree. And all but about 2% have a high school diploma.