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Top 10% of all Berkshire Hathaway agents in 2022


Sarah Day

Sales associate, Realtor®, CPA, GRI

Sarah Day with Berkshire Hathaway
Sarah Day with Berkshire Hathaway
The real estate market is changing fast and you need an agent that can move just as quickly. Helping her clients achieve real estate success is a number one priority. When you work with Sarah Day you put yourself in a win-win situation. You win by getting to work with an experienced agent that brings her passion and dedication to every transaction. The Gallatin Valley community wins because she donates a portion of every commission to local land trusts that work to protect open space, trails and scenic views.

Sarah is grateful every day that she gets to pair this passion for real estate with her passion for land conservation. Long ago she realized that Montana’s natural beauty and recreational opportunities are what drew people to the area and that she could leverage the economic success of the valley to protect it for the future. Whether you’re buying or selling, know that 10% of Sarah’s commission will go towards local land conservation efforts!

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Land Conservation in Montana - On The Shoulders of Giants

This 20 minute film explores four decades of private land conservation in Montana and inspired Sarah to include supporting land conservation as part of her business.

Current population trends prove that Montana private land conservation will become even more important in the future.
Produced in 2016 in association with the Montana Association of Land Trusts, this marks the 40th anniversary of Montana’s first conservation easement. Montana landowners partnered with land trusts in 1976 to begin the conservation of 2.4 million acres of private land, benefiting wildlife, agriculture, clean water and a strong outdoor economy.

Professional Real Estate Services

Buying — Selling

Sarah Day is a licensed Sales Associate with Berkshire Hathaway 
HomeServices Montana Properties with the expertise and passion to help you 
buy or sell property in Bozeman and the surrounding Gallatin Valley.

Buying Property

Whether it’s your first home or your next home, Sarah Day is here to help you find your own corner of Montana. Using her knowledge of the area, she aims to make the home buying process a rewarding experience. Buying a home is a big decision, but it can and should also be a great adventure. 

As a licensed agent, Sarah can show you any properties currently on the market. She will be your trusted advisor through the entire process and beyond, ensuring that any information you need is just one question away. 

From finding the right options to negotiating the best deal, Sarah will work diligently to help you achieve your real estate goals. Reach out today and learn why Sarah is likely to become your forever agent.

Selling Property

The way buyers look for property has changed and you need a personalized marketing strategy that allows the right buyers to find your property quickly. Sarah Day will use every tool available to help you get the most exposure for your home, which can translate to highest dollar. Knowing that your home’s buyer might not currently live in the Bozeman area, she will use a tailored combination of digital and print advertising to reach buyers across the country. 

With local knowledge and national resources, she can provide an efficient and smooth transaction. In addition to helping you navigate the process, she will make sure your home is ready to show and be competitive in the market. Contact her today for a free, no commitment market analysis to see what your home might currently be worth.
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About Sarah Day

Dog mom, horse lover and Coca-Cola enthusiast

Her Personal Mission
To provide clients with an exceptional real estate experience while continuing to support land conservation with every sale
Bozeman, MT

Sarah Day is proud to say that she grew up in the Gallatin Valley. Born and raised on a cattle ranch until she was 12, she has a great appreciation for the outdoor opportunities and majestic landscapes “The Last Best Place” provides. She craves open space and gets out on the trails with her dog as often as she can! If she’s not working or hiking, she’s likely out at the barn horseback riding.
The view at sunset from Peets Hill in Bozeman
The view at sunset from Peets Hill in Bozeman
She obtained her bachelors in Economics from Connecticut College and her Masters in Professional Accountancy from Montana State University. She is a CPA with experience in individual tax preparation and non-profit accounting. Although her background is in accounting and fundraising, her passion has always been real estate. Her attention to detail and love of working with people provides the perfect combination for creating successful transactions.

In addition to supporting land conservation work through her business, Sarah donates her time to local organizations. She currently serves as the Treasurer for the Bridgercare Board of Directors and is a member of the Gallatin Valley Land Trust NextGen Advisory Board. She previously sat on the Heart of the Valley Animal Shelter’s Dog Ball Committee.
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Frequently Asked Questions

When is a good time to buy?

If you are currently renting and plan to own the purchased property for more than 3 years, it’s almost always a good time to buy. If you’re not currently renting the answer depends on your situation and purpose for buying (primary residence, vacation home or investment).

Are housing prices going down?

The market has definitely shifted recently as interest rates have gone up and we enter more of a post-pandemic time frame. While home prices are not expected to appreciate at the rates they have the past two years, they are still expected to appreciate at an average of 7.44% nationally.

How do I get my home ready to sell?

The best recommendation I can give is to declutter and depersonalize. Your home will photograph and show best if things are clean and organized with personal items put away. This allows buyers to more easily picture themselves and their things in the home. If there are deferred maintenance items on the interior or exterior of the home I also recommend addressing those. If not, be prepared to have the buyer bring them up during inspection.

Do I need to be pre-qualified?

Yes, as a buyer you do need to be pre-qualified (or pre-approved!) to start looking at homes unless you are purchasing with cash. There are many great local lenders in our area, if you need recommendations please let me know!

Can you provide recommendations for movers, contractors, etc?

Yes, I’m happy to provide recommendations to my clients for any additional services you might need! I’ll provide you with a few names of companies I trust and you can decide which one to use.

What's so great about Bozeman?

If you’re asking this you might have heard about Bozeman but have yet to experience it yourself. Bozeman is a wonderful community of people set in one of the most beautiful places in the country. We have incredible access to outdoor recreation – over 80 miles of trails that you can connect to from downtown! We also have a vibrant downtown area, a state university and great employment opportunities.

Should I buy or build?

The answer depends on your timeline and budget. If you are set on building your dream home be prepared for construction to take at least 18 months from the time they break ground and many months before that to get your team in place and all your permitting approved.

Why did you choose to donate a portion of your commission to land conservation?

Watching “On The Shoulder’s of Giants” many years ago I realized two things – the growth of the Gallatin Valley was not going to stop and everyone moving here appreciates land conservation whether they know it or not (because it’s what helps protect the character of our landscape!). So I decided to use that inevitable growth to help protect our open spaces, active agriculture and scenic views for the future!
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Ready to make a move in Montana?

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give Sarah a call to get started!
(406) 580-9066(406) 580-9066
37 S Willson Ave
Bozeman, MT 59715

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