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Missoula Organization of REALTORS®

Connecting Home & Community

Comprised of over 800 members and with a reach spanning 4 counties in Southwest Montana, our mission at the Missoula Organization of REALTORS® is simple: to empower our members to serve the real estate needs of their clients and the community at the highest professional level.

Everyone who is a property owner or a potential property owner–whether a homeowner, a businessperson, or an investor–will benefit by being acquainted with the Missoula Organization of REALTORS®.

What the NAR Settlement Means for Home Buyers and Sellers

The settlement includes some changes to real estate transactions, but importantly, consumers will continue to have choices regarding real estate services. 

Missoula County Market Statistics

2024 Five Valleys Housing Report

View the annual report on housing market trends and data for the greater Missoula area

Feature Blog Posts

MOR and real estate industry show support at 2024 Missoula Pride Festival

June 25, 2024

MOR would like to thank our DE&I Committee, the many member volunteers, and all of the real estate industry sponsors…

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MOR and IRC Hosting Summer Camp Kit Drive to Help Send Refugee Youth to Summer Day-Camps

May 15, 2024

The Missoula Organization of REALTORS® (MOR) is pleased to partner with the International Rescue Committee (IRC) of Missoula to host…

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MOR receives NAR Placemaking Grant to go towards Beartracks Underbridge Playground

April 26, 2024

The Missoula Organization of REALTORS® (MOR) is pleased to announce a $7,500 Placemaking Grant from the National Association of REALTORS®…

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Recognition of Indigenous Land

Members of the Missoula Organization of REALTORS® recognize and acknowledge that the lands of which we focus our business was once the territory of the Blackfoot Confederacy (Siksikaitsitapi), Salish (Selis), Kootenai (Ksanka), and Kalispel (Qlispe) where they would hunt, gather, raise their family, hold ceremonies and protect the land which now represents our homes, our agriculture and our way of life. We honor and recognize the connections of Salish (Selis), Kootenai (Ksanka), Kalispel (Qlispe) people, the Blackfoot Confederacy (Siksikaitsitapi), and all people who have migrated through.

We are committed to care for the land with honor and grace as the people before us did.

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