David’s unique perspective of living in the Flathead Valley is fueled by his knowledge of the area, his deep family roots, a first class education, and a lasting affection for the land. His background reveals a logical and analytical approach to business and investing combined with a love for his family and the great Montana outdoors. David will easily talk about the 8-pound Northern Pike he caught on his 5th birthday. He recalls eating smoked salmon all winter…the salmon he caught as a young boy in Flathead Lake with his father and grandfather. In fact, David recently spent one summer restoring that same 1964 Lee Craft boat that was built and delivered on Flathead Lake. Now he enjoys creating similar memories with his own sons.
1065 Boulevard, Lakeside, MT 59922
13817 Sylvan Drive, Bigfork, MT 59911
6870 Us Hwy 93 S, Lakeside, MT 59922
702 E Idaho Street, Kalispell, MT 59901
310 Nucleus Avenue, Columbia Falls, MT 59912
33581 Cherry Lane, Bigfork, MT 59911
7175 Us Hwy 93 S, Lakeside, MT 59922
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343 Deer Trail, Whitefish, MT 59937
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149 Juniper Bend Drive, Kalispell, MT 59901
Inventory and prices have stabilized overall, and it looks like the market has found somewhat of a balance for this season.
There were five waterfront sales reported for the month of July.
Residential and land waterfront inventory continues to hold at record low levels.
There were two sales reported for February bringing the year-to-date total to six.
A portion of the acreage is in platted Larrivee’s Townsite with 146 lots.
Residential and land waterfront inventory continues to hold record low levels.
With nearly two dozen waterfront condominium communities around Flathead Lake.
Several docks on the lake were submerged while the lake was above the full pool stage for an entire week.
Rising interest rates and inflationary pressures have begun to impose a cooling effect on the market.
There were seven sales closed during the month of April with over $16M in sales for the month.
It is that exciting time of year when we might see all four seasons of weather in one afternoon.
Buyer demand persists in all areas of the lake as market-priced listings continue to see multiple offers.
The great migration of Americans from urban centers to nearby rural areas will be studied for years to come.
Average sales prices and price per front foot have also increased steadily over the past 24 months.
Two significant sales in Bigfork added a total of $18M to what will likely be a record-setting year.
Several high-priced listings have been withdrawn from the market and buyer demand has ebbed in most segments.
Carryover buyer demand from the past 24 months continues to hold down inventory.
While the valley still experienced a significant influx of seasonal residents, the frenzy of the Covid era.
Potential to restore the grandfathered boat house and rail system at the south end of the property.
There was only one closed sale reported during the month of November.
Lack of inventory will likely result in fewer transactions and lower sales volume in 2023.
Rising interest rates and inflationary pressures have imposed a cooling effect on the primary residential.
The spring listing season has introduced a handful of lower-priced listings.
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