Montana Homes For Sale
Search listings for Montana homes for sale. Area covers Multiple Listing Service (MLS) properties for the Southwest Montana Region.
Montana Homes For Sale, Active Listings History Report
In the past five years the number of Montana homes for sale at the beginning and at the high-number point of the year (mid-Q3) has been dropping. January 2019 found 1268 SW Montana homes for sale. January 2018 found 1389 homes for sale, and January 2017 found 1621.
Peak season for number of listings is usually August, mid Q3. In 2019, August had the lowest number of homes for sale in SW Montana in the last five years.
Learn about some specific cities and towns in Southwest and Southcentral Montana:
Alder, Amsterdam, Anaconda, Argenta, Bainville, Basin, Belfry, Belgrade, Big Sky, Big Timber, Bigfork, Bozeman, Boulder, Butte, Cameron, Canyon Creek, Cardwell, Cascade, Choteau, Churchill, Clancy, Clarkston, Clyde Park, Cohagen, Columbus, Condon, Cooke City, Darby, Dell, Deer Lodge, Dillon, Divide, Dutton, Emigrant, Ennis, Eureka, Fairfield, Fairmont, Fishtail, Gallatin Gateway, Gardiner, Georgetown Lake, Grant, Great Falls, Harlem, Harlowton, Harrison, Helena, Heron, Harrison, Island Park, Jackson, Kila, Lakeside, Laurel, Lewistown, Lima, Livingston, Logan, Loma, Manhattan, McAllister, McLeod, Melrose, Miles City, Molt, Montana City, Musselshell, Neihart, Nye, Noxon, Philipsburg, Polaris, Polson, Pompey’s Pillar, Pony, Potomac, Pray, Radersburg, Rapelje, Ramsay, Raynesford, Red Lodge, Reed Point, Sedan, Seeley Lake, Sheridan, Silvergate, Silver Star, Springdale, Swan Valley, Toston, Townsend, Three Forks, Trout Creek, Twin Bridges, Virginia City, West Yellowstone, White Sulphur Springs, Whitehall, Wibaux, Willow Creek, Wilsall, Winston, Wisdom, Wise River
According to the National Association of Realtors (NAR), 79% of all buyers considered their home purchase a good financial investment: Millennials 84%, Gen-xers 82%, Baby-Boomers 77%, and the Silent Generation 72%.