Two new buildings valued at a combined $5.5 million are under construction at Transtech Center on the West End, a good sign for a development slowed by the recession.
Eileen Ziler picked a good time to sell her Billings West End home.
During a period when the reputation of the U.S. Congress has been battered by the media and the public, the Senate has a remarkable opportunity to pass historic legislation that would directly assist agriculture producers, private land conservation, sportsmen, local economies and outdoo…
Legislators, the state's Revenue Department is poised to give you a gift.
Legendary investor Warren Buffett, chief executive of Berkshire Hathaway, doesn’t casually associate his company’s name with any business venture that comes along.
Big Sky Economic Development works with many businesses in Billings and the surrounding area utilizing a number of different tools. One of the more important and frequently used tools is the SBA 504 Loan program, or, as it is now called, the Real Estate Advantage Loan (REAL 504). Big Sky Ec…
Prudential Floberg Realtors, one of Billings’ oldest and largest real-estate firms, is getting a new name that’s associated with billionaire investor Warren Buffett.
When Frosty Erben went into the real estate business in 1988, he initially thought it was a good way to generate income during the winter, when his landscaping business was slow.
Laurie Murphy, owner of ReDesigning 4U, shows a home she staged at 5325 Burlington Ave.
Pamela Lindsey and Terri Beede used an old ladder to create a whimsical bookcase in the home they staged for Carol Stigen.
Does decorating a vacant house with furniture, wall hangings and home furnishings really translate into quicker sales and higher prices?
Carol Stigen, an agent with Century 21 Hometown Brokers, says her bedroom was like a teenager’s before home staging professional Pamela Lindsey and Terri Beede decorated it.
A vase and seating with pillows make home buyers feel welcome at the door.
Laurie Murphy brings in furniture and artwork to give a new house a finishing touch.
Pamela Lindsey and Terri Beede made the front door to Carol Stigen’s home inviting.
Bottles of wine fill a kitchen counter with an inviting flavor.
Pamela Lindsey, left, and Terri Beede stage houses to maximize value. Here they show a home they staged for Carol Stigen.
With low home inventory at all price points, our market is exceedingly attractive to homeowners looking to sell.
WASHINGTON — Can America afford to retire? As millions of baby boomers pass their mid-60s, the specter of widespread under-saving has taken hold. It’s a scary vision. But is it likely? Probably not.