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This one was told to me by my daughter who happens to be my Partner. The A-Team  She went out to put up our sign on a new listing I had taken. She arrived at the home around 2pm and started to put the sign up.  The seller came out to visit while she was putting up the sign. This would not be unus...
The Kootenia River That Is. This beautifully crafted log home sit on 1 acre with blue ribbon fishing right out your back door. Just reduced to $349,000 makes this a great deal.   For more photos and info click here
  Virtual TourFor the discerning home buyer with an eye for detail. This quality home is what you've been looking for. Over 1,800 sq.ft of craftsmanship located on Bull Lake one of Montana's premier sportsman lakes. This home originally built in 1950 has been extensively remodeled and enlarged. ...
    Virtural Tour Often sought after yet rarely found. 200 acres of Montana's Best. This rare property has beautiful Bobtail Creek cascading through most of its entirety. Property also has a mountain spring that fills a large pond and creates a small natural wetland. Diverse wildlife populates th...
As far as I can tell this interview is more than a year old.  I still think it has some relevance. What I found interesting were some of the 93 comments posted to this YouTube video. It gives some prospective on how some of the public views us as Realtors .
Virtural Tour Put your feet up. This one is move in ready.This custom built home is being offered lavishly furnished right down to the bed linens and the 52 inch plasma wall mounted TV. Situated on almost 15 manicured acres with numerous spring feed ponds and Libby Creek frontage. The 2 Story ho...
  Take the Virtual Tour Spectacular, newly built, 3,816 sq.ft Montana dream log home. Built in 2006, this log home had no detail over looked. The central entry will take you in to the home's grand room, which is bold and striking with its high vaulted ceilings, powerful rock enclosed wood firepla...

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