Big Sky Real Estate Blog

LTD Real Estate is proud to announce the utilization of QR technology in our marketing efforts. QR stands for "quick response" and represents a rapidly growing medium for information transfer. Here's how it works: You see a QR code (one of those funny square bar-code looking things you see around more and more) and scan it with your smartphone, tablet, or QR ready device. You are then directed to a web page, photo, or piece of information represented by the QR code. If you do not have a QR reader app already on your device there are many downloadable for free. 

LTD Real Estate is now using QR codes on all yard and directional signs. If you see an LTD Real Estate sign at a property you are interested in you can scan the QR on the sign and be

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Everett's 8,800 Mountain Top Restaurant opens winter 2014/2015 at the top of Andesite Mountain (previously known as the Pinnacle at Big Sky). The restaurant will serve American Alps cuisine and provide spectacular views of Lone Peak and ski slopes from the expansive deck and dining area. Originally constructed in 2007, this beautiful log restaurant has massive indoor/outdoor fireplaces and stunning décor. Everett's 8800 is named after Everett Kircher who brought Big Sky Resort into the Boyne Resorts family in 1976 and the elevation on which it stands, 8,800 feet. Serves: Breakfast, Lunch, and Après. Location: Top of Ramcharger Chairlift on Andesite Mountain. Hours: 9am-4:30pm.   Courtesy of

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Here is a great article about Big Sky reprinted from the Boston Globe:



What’s the biggest ski area in the United States? It’s none of the familiar places. The area with the most skiable acreage, as of last winter, is Montana’s Big Sky Resort. That’s good for bragging rights. But I wasn’t going to Montana solely for the downhill skiing. I’m greedy. I like all types of skiing. I want epic downhill, champagne powder, perfect cross-country, pristine backcountry. Add a historic gourmet lodge, and the list of destinations where you can have it all is decidedly short. I had a hunch that the greater Big Sky area might make that elite list, not just because it has a super-size ski mountain, but because it has what I like to call Big Ski. That is,

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Mike & Roxy Lawler are thrilled to announce the opening of Roxy’s Market — a new 17,000 square foot, state-of-the-art grocery store in the Big Sky Town Center! Roxy’s Market will be a full service grocery shopping experience with a large variety of healthy, natural, organic, local and specialty foods. They will focus on the freshest meat, fish, produce and cheeses from local sources as well as from around the world. In addition, they will carry an amazing selection of wine and beer — all under one roof. The store carries over 20,000 items and is now hiring. 

Courtesy: Big Sky Town Center

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  LTD Real Estate is proud to welcome Katrina Stemmene to the team as our newest  Realtor Sales Associate. Katrina has already been working hard and has shown great aptitude for the real estate business. She shows great promise as a realtor in Big Sky and is already working with several people to help them live their dream here. 

Katrina got her first glimpse of the real estate world while working for Riverstone Development in Coeur D' Alene, Idaho after graduation from Boise State. Since 2011 she has spent time working for Yellowstone Club and Mountaintop, Discovery's private clubs and was also part of the reopening team for Spanish Peaks Mountain Club. Now joining LTD Real Estate, Katrina is thrilled to combine her professional interests with Big

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Mountain biking in Big Sky as a sport is experiencing more growth this summer than in many past years combined. Trails are being cut all over Meadow Village and Mountain Village and the bike buzz is in the air. Terra-Flow has been contracted to construct new trails in Moonlight Basin, Big Sky, and Spanish Peaks. Big Sky Community Corp, in cooperation with Big Sky Town Center, has constructed a series of trails in the hills above Town Center. New bike trails have also been constructed in Yellowstone Club.

The new trails in Mountain Village include the Otter Way trail connecting Big Sky and Moonlight Basin terrain and the Otter Slide downhill trail. The LTD team has had the chance to sample these new trails and they are awesome to say the least.

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The villages are growing right before our eyes. Buildings are going up all over the place. There are around 80 front doors, or individual residences currently under construction at the Yellowstone Club. Most of them being ski-in ski-out homes or ski-in ski-out condos. Homes and condos are being constructed all over the meadow.  There is a grocery store, a medical center, and commercial buildings all being built in the Big Sky Town Center.  With all the activity in Big Sky, long-term rentals are hard-to-find. The vacation rental market is experiencing some of its highest levels to date.  Along with all of the construction of homes, condos, and commercial properties, there are a plethora of new trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding being

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