Billings ranks No. 1 for its appeal to remote workers
Due to its affordability and appeal to remote workers, Billings ranked No. 1 this week in the Wall Street Journal and Realtor.com Emerging Housing Markets Index.
“The index reflects how the housing boom has ignited homebuying activity in smaller to midsize cities around the U.S. The top 20 cities in the ranking have an average population size of just over 300,000,” according to the Wall Street Journal.
By: Chaquille Cozart
In The Bull’s Eye: A Human Swarm Is Overwhelming The Yellowstone Region
Amid unprecedented development and outdoor recreation pressure, three experts say new strategies urgently needed to save America’s most famous wildlife ecosystem
MSU economist says trend of people moving to Bozeman likely to continue for next few years
You may think a pandemic would hurt a local economy but in a lot of ways, it has made it easier to move here.
“Keep it Bitterroot” campaign enters home stretch
“We all see it and it’s great for our local economy,” Lauren Rennaker tells me as we survey lands already protected from atop the Stevensville Bench. “But at the same time we want to make sure that we protect what makes this place so special, and that’s our critical water resources, open lands for wildlife habitat and local agriculture.”
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