Missoula’s Historic Uptown Diner for Sale!

Originally McKay studios this brick building was built for RH McKay in 1924.  This property is the first building north from the old Mercantile  building currently under construction for a new Marriott luxury hotel.  There is 2400 sq. ft. on the mail floor and an additional 2400 sq. ft. in a finished basement. This is a great piece of history to own and also a great business/building!

Sold! 821 Burlington Ave. Missoula, MT

Great income property with tenant that has been there

nearly 50 years! 

Sold! 2605 Brooks St. Missoula MT

High Traffic Brooks St. Location SOLD

Missoula, MT


Thank you to Les Schwab for choosing me as their listing Broker. This building

with over 3800 sq ft and nearly half acre of commercial property attracted

numerous interested parties.  Do you have a building that you would

like to sell?

Missoula Attracts Major Employer Growth

Consumer Direct Missoula

Direct TV Missoula Adds Jobs


Credit Upgrade for Bozeman! Good job!


Wouldn’t it be nice is our country was run this well?  Getting a credit upgrade is hard earned.

Congratulations Bozeman!


Bozeman Moves Forward with Broadband Expansion

When a community invests in infrastructure…new industries move in and local ones can expand. Is it time for your business to head this way?


Katie Ward specializes in site selection call her today 406-596-4000!

Bozeman prepares to advance broadband plan

Gallatin County “Has Returned to Pre-Recession Peak”

Here is a great article on what we are seeing already in Gallatin County.  You can certainly see this in the building activity and in the phone calls to our office! Katie Ward, Prudential Montana.


Bozeman Cost of Living Report Out

Wow, we get the Rocky Mountain beauty, the high caliber education and jobs, the great recreation AND cost of living is affordable.  Pretty Cool!


Montana Fiscal Condition Ranks 9th in US!

Maybe we should hold some training sessions for Congress!  Check this out!

The other great states included:  Alaska, which was first, followed by South Dakota, North Dakota, Nebraska and Wyoming.