Missoula is a fast growing city in Western Montana. People are drawn here for the outdoor lifestyle, culture, beautiful landscape, and the University of Montana. As Missoula grows the demand for housing increases as does the cost of housing. The average sales price for a single-family home in Missoula County February 2023 was $641k with a 1.8months supply.
Median Income: $80,200 in 2022
Geography: 3,209 feet above sea level, surrounded by mountains and rivers. 138 miles to Glacier National Park and 280 miles to Yellowstone National Park.
Climate: Low of about -33 in the winter to a high of 107°F or so in the summer.
Culture: University of Montana, Arts, Museums and Galleries, Parks and Recreation, Music and Craft Breweries.
Find more information about Missoula at the Missoula Chamber website.
Check out the Missoula housing report below for more information about Missoula housing.
“If you wanted to purchase a median priced home in Missoula County in 2021 (with a 5% down payment) without being cost-burdened (paying more that 30% of your income on mortgage payments), you would’ve needed to have at least this gross annual household income ($105,040).”
– 2022 Missoula Housing Report