Bigfork Real Estate Market Conditions

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Bigfork Schools and Demographics

Education near Bigfork, MT

City County
High School Graduates 94.95 94.29
College Degree - 2 year 6.18 10.34
College Degree - 4 year 36.79 29.11
Graduate Degree 9.63 5.86
Expenditures per Student 8,440 10,352
Students per Teacher 13.9 13.6

Elementary Schools near Bigfork, MT

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Bigfork Elementary PK - 06 422 14.2 59911
Cherry Valley School PK - 01 296 13.9 59860
Dayton School PK - 06 54 10.8 59914
Lakeside Elementary School PK - 05 350 14.6 59922
Linderman School 02 - 04 378 14.7 59860
Salmon Prairie School PK - 08 4 4 59911
Swan River School PK - 06 118 13.1 59911
Valley View School PK - 06 26 8.7 59860

Middle Schools near Bigfork, MT

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Bigfork 7-8 07 - 08 134 11.8 59911
Polson 5-6 School 05 - 06 251 14.5 59860
Polson 7-8 07 - 08 258 14.6 59860
Somers Middle School 06 - 08 193 15.3 59932
Swan River 7-8 07 - 08 37 9 59911

High Schools near Bigfork, MT

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Bigfork High School 09 - 12 290 13.6 59911
Polson High School 09 - 12 482 14.2 59860

Demographics near Bigfork, MT

City County
Neighborhood Type Rural
Population 4,797 96,147
Population Density 154 19
Median Age 49.8 42.3
People per Household 2.4 2.5
Median Household Income 61,789 51,410
Average Income per Capita 34,515 28,379

Bigfork Real Estate

The median home value in Bigfork, MT is $409,700. This is higher than the county median home value of $306,500. The national median home value is $219,700. The average price of homes sold in Bigfork, MT is $409,700. Approximately 46.27% of Bigfork homes are owned, compared to 13.52% rented, while 40.21% are vacant. Bigfork real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale. Commercial properties are also available. If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Bigfork real estate agent to arrange a tour today!

Bigfork, Montana has a population of 4,797. Bigfork is less family-centric than the surrounding county with 28.91% of the households containing married families with children. The county average for households married with children is 30.56%.

The median household income in Bigfork, Montana is $61,789. The median household income for the surrounding county is $51,410 compared to the national median of $57,652. The median age of people living in Bigfork is 49.8 years.

Bigfork Weather

The average high temperature in July is 80.9 degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 16.2 degrees. The average rainfall is approximately 20.8 inches per year, with 31.8 inches of snow per year.