Billings, Montana


Downtown Billings

                                                                                                                                         Photo compliments of Brian Wilkins


Billings, MT is a city of approximately 100,000 people nestled under the Rimrocks. It was founded by Frederick Billings in 1882 as a railroad town and has since grown into a highly prosperous city and a regional hub for medical services and retail establishments. Billings was named the 3rd best place to raise a family by BestLife Magazine. Billings' school district has three public high schools, four junior high schools and a number of elementary schools. There are also several private schooling options.

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Billings, Montana  and Yellowstone County have 10 distinct housing areas. Each area offers unique living opportunities. For more information about each specific area, please explore our resources on the different communities in the city.

The Billings, MT Real Estate Market is thriving. We have experienced substantial growth in both real estate and business opportunities. Home sale prices have appreciated approximately 5% over the past year. New home construction has not only rebounded, but will play a vital role in the Billings housing market in 2014. Billings' close proximity to the Bakken oil boom in Williston, North Dakota has also stimulated local growth.We are seeing an influx of buyers from Williston and surrounding areas choosing Billings as a home-site for their families.  

Billings is ideally located near several ski resorts, Yellowstone National Park and a number of rivers and six mountain ranges.  There are also many local attractions, both indoor and outdoor. There is an extensive system of bike trails throughout the entire city.

Billings, Montana has become a very desirable city to live in and raise a family.