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Montana Mineral Rights

Montana Mineral Rights

Mineral rights are considered real property in Montana and are bought and sold using the same methods as those used to buy and sell real property. The surface rights to a property, and the mineral rights to a property may be bought and sold seperately from each other. Mineral rights are acquired by purchasing them

Top Reasons To Buy Rural Homes And Properties in Montana

We work with a lot of buyers looking to purchase rural property in Montana. Good rural property in the Montana is in high demand as buyers seek to focus on enjoying the simpler things in life. Demand for homes has shifted to rural areas as people look to move out of dense urban areas. There

Investing In Rural Property In Montana

The demand for rural property for sale in Montana has never been higher. In the Bozeman area, demand for property outside city limits is very strong. According to the 2017 US Census there are 60 million people that live in rural areas in the United States. That is roughly 1 in 5 Americans. The desire

Montana Stream Access Law

Montana Stream Access Law

The Montana Stream Access Law says that anglers, floaters and other recreationists in Montana have full use of most natural waterways between the high-water marks for fishing and floating, along with swimming and other river or stream-related activities. In 1984, the Montana Supreme Court held that the streambed of any river or stream that has

Montana Duck Hunting Property

Montana is famous for its Elk Hunting Property, Mule Deer Hunting Property, and Fly Fishing Property. But Montana also has excellent Duck Hunting Property For Sale. Several factors make Montana a good destination for a duck hunting. Large numbers of ducks, good public hunting access, low hunting pressure, and ducks in two flyways. The eastern

Turkey Hunting Property

Montana Turkey Hunting Property

Montana wild turkeys are located in many areas of the state, but are primarily found in Southeastern Montana, and Central Montana. Wild turkeys in Montana prefer open ponderosa pine forest in rugged terrain, interspersed with grassland and brushy draws. Open ponderosa pine-grassland cover types are most widely used in the Longpine Hills during summer and

Montana Public Land

Montana Public Land

Much of the land in Montana is owned by the government, either the Bureau of Land Management, or the National Parks and National Forests (these are Federally owned). National Wilderness Areas: There are 14 designated wilderness areas in Montana. The largest is the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area, at over a million acres. Wilderness area use

Property Floodplains

Property Floodplains

Federal Emergency Management Agency(FEMA) issued updated floodplain maps for several counties in Southwest Montana. The update floodplain maps redefined the 500 year and 100 year floodplains for many rural properties in Montana. The maps, which are digitized, replaced the old hard copies drawn in the 1980’s with newer, more accurate information. Gallatin County has its

Whitetail Deer Hunting Property

Whitetail Deer Hunting Property

Montana Whitetail Deer Hunting Property For Sale offers a variety of options for buyers. Montana offers some of the best whitetail deer hunting in the West. Whitetail Deer(also spelled white-tail) are located in many areas of Montana. Whitetail Deer prefer river and creek bottoms, dense vegetation at higher elevations. In winter whitetail deer prefer dense

Mule Deer Hunting Property

Mule Deer Hunting Property

Montana Deer Hunting Property For Sale offers a variety of options for buyers. Montana offers some of the best mule deer hunting in the West. Mule Deer are located in many areas of Montana. Mule deer prefer mainly coniferous forests interspersed with natural or man-made openings (mountain meadows, grasslands, burns, and logged areas). At Ranch

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