Billings, Montana Houses for Sale

Billings is located in the south-central of the state of Montana and the county seat of Yellowstone County, which lies on the Yellowstone River at 3119 feet above sea level. The city is in the Primrock Mountains. The city’s first known inhabitants were the Bannock Indians, and those that settled in the area were driven away by the crows, and with that, a Crow reservation is located on the southeast side of the city. The city was named after the railroad president Frederick Billings, and the city’s prosperity was started with the arrival of the railroad and collapsed after in 1887, but somehow renewed after 1900 by growing cattle and agriculture. Billings is considered to be the metropolis of the “Midland Empire,” and beet, oil refining, and food processing became an essential activity to the city’s present economy. The town serves as Yellowstone National Park’s gateway.

Billings, MT Prices for Houses for Sale

AVERAGE
614,040 +21%
MEDIAN
492,725 +28%

Relative Price (per sqft.)

PRICE

Listings of Billings Homes for Purchase

ACTIVE
198 +58%
NEW
240 +15%

Market Duration of Homes Sold

DAYS
26 +39%

Crime & Safety

Police Officers 156  
Police Civilians 28  
Total Arrests 2,633 (2020)
Total Incidents 9,647 (2020)
CrimeScore 57.50  
National Rank 4354th  
Statewide Rank 37th  

Local Statistics

Population 109,736 (0.00%)
House Size (sqft.) 2,622 (9.73%)

Criminal Offenses

Animal Cruelty 4
Arson 23
Assault Offenses 1,895
Burglary/Breaking & Entering 696
Counterfeiting/Forgery 312
Destruction/Damage/Vandalism of Property 1,566
Drug/Narcotic Offenses 1,014
Embezzlement 1
Extortion/Blackmail 2
Fraud Offenses 523
Homicide Offenses 15
Kidnapping/Abduction 51
Larceny/Theft Offenses 3,887
Motor Vehicle Theft 830
Prostitution Offenses 3
Robbery 126
Sex Offenses 207
Sex Offenses, Non-forcible 20
Stolen Property Offenses 64
Weapon Law Violations 50

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