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The ‘Zoom boom’ demand for housing may be here for years

"Brint Wahlberg with Windermere Real Estate in Missoula called 2020 “pretty wild.” Not only did 2020 set a new record for city sales volume, so did property sales in the county, demonstrating growth well beyond the city limits. He cites several different statistics that show a meteoric rise in home values — median home values increasing 11 percent over 2019, and home values in general rising a third in the past eight years. "

2020 Missoula Housing Report: Mid-Year Update

The Missoula Organization of REALTORS® (MOR) released the 2020 Missoula Housing Report Mid-Year Update. Mid-year results show Missoula continues to experience strong demand and an undersupply of housing.

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Making Missoula Home: A Path to Attainable Housing

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Balancing Agricultural Land Conservation and Residential Development in Missoula County

In order to bring some helpful information to community conversations around this topic, MOR and the Missoula Building Industry Association teamed up on a report that takes a look at the constraints on our supply of land that is capable of development, where we can build attainable workforce housing in Missoula County, and what happens when our workforce cannot afford housing in Missoula County. 

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Smart Growth and Affordable Housing Survey

The Missoula Organization of REALTORS® commissioned a professional survey of Missoula County residents to gain a better understanding of community preferences and concerns regarding housing issues. Read the survey results here to learn more.

MOR Smart Growth and Affordable Housing Survey Results

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Study: Are Missoula’s Property Taxes Too High?

Many surmise that the tax rate in Missoula is significantly higher than in other urban areas in Montana. Often there are reasons for this; mill levies, property value, and programs funded all play a role in how much a citizen is taxed. Read the study commissioned by the Missoula Organization of REALTORS® to learn more.

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