Bozeman Keeps Winter Hot
Our Winter Wonderland
Bozeman has had a scant amount of snow for the season, but the above before-and-after shows how dramatic the change has been between seasons (even if we don’t feel it is winter yet.)
All the same, Bozeman is ranked the 3rd best winter city to live in as determined by Livability.com. Anchorage and Fargo lead the list. To be considered a winter city, the average January temperature had to be below freezing. The determinants of BEST included cold-weather dependent activities, affordable housing, and low unemployment rates.
“Bozeman averages more than 90 inches of snow each year, which means there’s plenty of white stuff for snowboarding, snowmobiling, cross-country and Nordic skiing,” the article states. “And when the rest of the country is celebrating the arrival of spring, Bozeman area ski resorts are still packing powder.”
Livability.com lists the average January low in Bozeman at 14 degrees, median home price at $201,869 and an unemployment rate of 6.5 percent.
If you want to become part of this winter wonderland, give me a call at 406.209.0022 and I can help you find your winter wonderland.
Jenifer Owens Broker/Owner
BozemanMontanaRealEstate.net 2149 Durston Ste 33 Bozeman, MT 59718 Cell: 406-209-0022