Are the numbers telling the entire story?

I’m sure I am not alone in thinking about where all the Missoula homes are for sale. In the past 20 years, I don’t recall ever seeing so few homes on the market and it feels like it is worse than last year. I am also having clients stopping into the office or calling asking the same question, “where are all the homes at?

With being asked this question so many times, I thought I would dig a little deeper and see what the actual numbers are. After doing a little research, I was shocked by the numbers!

What the numbers had to say!

Would you believe that in January 2021 there were 71 homes sold in the Missoula real estate market and 65 homes sold in 2022? Well it’s true! So why does it seem like this year has much fewer homes?

When you work with an experienced real estate team, like ourselves, we have developed multiple and creative ways to get buyers into homes. With our large and extensive database of 1000’s of buyers and sellers, we have had great luck matching them together to create a working transaction. We also reach out to various neighborhoods to find potential sellers. Another option that we can provide is new construction. We work with multiple developers and builders to find the right area and house plans to accommodate buyers which relieves them of entering a bidding war.

We all know that it can be very frustrating trying to purchase a home in this market and nobody wants this life changing moment to turn into stress and frustration. Our mission is to help every one of our clients achieve their goals of home ownership by exploring all options and to get them into the home of their dreams as stress-free as possible. If you are worried about selling due to the lack of inventory, or tired of renting, give us a call and let’s talk about all of the multiple options we have to help you realize your dreams.

If you have any questions or would like to set up an appointment, please call (406)926-6767

Thank you and I look forward to helping get your questions answered.

Jeremy Williams