Just like you, we are in LOVE with Montana!

There is no better place to live, and we enjoy sharing our knowledge of the history and development of this dynamic and majestic landscape. Reach out to us with any questions you might have or to set up a meeting.
We’re flexible and would love to take you out fly-fishing, hiking, golfing, or just meet up for a friendly coffee. In Montana, it’s not just about the destination, it’s about the journey, the experience. That’s why we invest so much into our relationships, because the quality of life here doesn’t just encompass the outdoors, it’s about community.

John Clay Foster
John Clay Foster was born in the old hospital on Willson in Bozeman Montana, and grew up on North Wallace Street in the historic Lehrkind Building.  His father became a Real Estate agent in the Gallatin Valley in 1991, and the family has been a part of the real estate community of Bozeman ever since.

While the past 20 years have hallmarked incredible growth in Bozeman (which has been daunting for many), locals know that Gallatin Valley still houses numerous locations where one can “escape the crowds” and find peace in the quiet, still places of which Montana is famed.  Having explored with neighbors and friends all over the Gallatin Valley, John Clay prides himself on a deep knowledge and love for the history and development of his hometown.

Brittany Foster
Born on the beautiful island of Okinawa, Japan, Brittany hails from the unique and exciting heritage of a native South Korean mother, and an Army Special Forces father.  Having moved from military base to military base all over the United States, she and her family finally decided on Bozeman, Montana, in 2006 after her father’s retirement from near 30 years of military service.

It was love at first site.  Bozeman, Montana was unlike any other area of the United States.  It was good to finally find a place that she and her family could call home.  Having graduated from Bozeman High School and then Montana State University, Brittany’s roots couldn’t be more deeply ingrained in her adopted hometown as she continuously seeks out the best that the Gallatin Valley has to offer.  Having seen firsthand the past 10 years of growth in Bozeman, Brittany empathizes with the many families who, just like her own, found their heart’s desire in southwest Montana.