We started out as an idea. An idea that there was a better way to connect with our community and our clients other than working through a national, corporate broker. We believed what mattered most were the relationships we built, the genuine connections we made and the above and beyond service we were willing to give.
And so, Gallatin Real Estate was born. The Lewendal family opened the doors as a new brand in 2016. Over the next couple of years the modern and contemporary branding coupled with our locally owned, trend-setting office attracted a dynamic group of agents and slowly the company grew.
In 2018, original owner Makenzie Lewendal and Realtor Joy Vance, made a bold leap of faith and purchased the company. With new ownership came dreams of launching a new brand, a new vision and a commitment to achieve bold goals. This is the new GRE.
Our mission, vision and values are the cornerstone for all we do and the lighthouse that guides our words and actions. We are known in the industry as different makers, trendsetters, leaders of team culture and disruptors of the real estate industry. Our agents are supported as business owners and community leaders. As a team, we thrive, evolve and influence the communities we live in.
We offer the highest level of professional services in regard to marketing residential properties. We have researched the best photographers, aerial videographers, 3D walkthrough experts and professional staging.
Our commercial agents are well versed in profit and loss analysis, business trends, and market statistics. We offer leasing and property management services. We have researched the best state attorneys to support beer, wine, and liquor license purchases.
Whether a first-time investor or an investor with a long-term and versatile portfolio, we have done our research of the current market and can parovide you the data to determine your best options.
We have three ranch, farm and land specialists on our team, each with extensive backgrounds in the farm and ranch industry. Our team brokered the largest ranch deal in Montana, at $61 Million.