Montana Real Estate
Looking to buy a home or invest in real estate in Montana? You’ve come to the right place. Browse Montana listings by major city or property type. Also discover what makes Montana a unique place to live, and catch up on the latest market trends for the state.
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Montana Property Listings
Recent homes for sale in Montana
Montana Homes for Sale By City
Most popular cities in Montana state
Other Montana Cities Include
❱ Big Sky
❱ Big Fork
❱ Columbia Falls
❱ East Missoula
❱ Four Corners
❱ Great Falls
❱ Helena Valley NE
❱ Helena Valley SE
❱ Helena Valley W
❱ Miles City
❱ Orchard Homes
Land for Sale in Montana
Montana state acreage for sale
Montana Waterfront Properties
Riverfront & Lakefront homes and properties for sale
Luxury Homes in Montana
Luxury properties for sale in Montana state
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Faqs about living in Montana state
What makes Montana a unique place to live?
Montana is sometimes affectionately called Big Sky Country due to its unobstructed skyline, wonderful mountain views, and the fact that it is the fourth largest state in size while being the ninth smallest in population. Just over 1.1 million people call Montana home.
What companies are based in Montana?
Major employers headquartered in Montana include Big Sky Brewing, BioScience Labs, Bridger Aerospace, Conlin's Furniture, First Interstate BancSystem, Glacier Bancorp, Stillwater Mining Company, Talen Montana, and The Washington Companies.
What else should I consider when buying a home in Montana?
Montana has some of the more affordable housing in the U.S., low property taxes and no state sales tax. State income taxes topped out at 6.75% in 2021. Montana is big and sparsely populated compared to other states. It is tied for the highest speed limit in the U.S. at 80 mph (during the day). Montana has many mountains, rivers, and lakes including well-known areas like Glacier National Park and the north portion of Yellowstone. Agriculture is a significant part of Montana's economy and the state boasts twice as many cows as people.
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