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Flathead Lake Real Estate

David Fetveit welcomes you to Northwest Montana’s Flathead Valley, a region bordered by soaring mountains and home to towering forests, warm small towns, and one of the largest, cleanest freshwater lakes in the world. If you are considering investing in real estate in this one-of-a-kind destination, David is here to serve as your guide to the market for Flathead Valley homes and Flathead Lake real estate.

Known as the gateway to the Glacier National Park, the Flathead Valley is renowned for its spectacular landscape, panoramic views, four distinct seasons, and wealth of outdoor activities. Having been born and raised here—and with family roots in the area that go back for generations—David’s knowledge of the region and its real estate markets is wide-ranging and in-depth.

Flathead Homes for Sale

Whether you plan on making a permanent move to the Flathead Valley or you are in the market for a vacation home in the area, you will find a diversity of properties to choose from. Flathead Valley homes range from luxurious waterfront properties and expansive country estates to quaint summer cabins and conveniently located townhomes. David specializes in waterfront real estate along Flathead Lake, but his expertise extends across the area as a whole and he has extensive experience in helping clients purchase and sell homes in Lakeside, Somers, Rollins, Bigfork, Kalispell, and other surrounding communities.

Please explore the site to learn more about David’s services and the real estate market in the region. Should you need more advice or information, contact David and he will be more than happy to provide you with the answers you need.

 

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Flathead Lake sturgeon catch still controversial

APRIL 05, 2015 5:00 PM  *  PAUL FUGLEBERG   With the Spring Mack Days fishing derby underway, this may be an opportune time to tell about the controversial Flathead Lake sturgeon catch of May 28, 1955. Since 1889, there have been more than 100 recorded sightings of super-sized fish and other strange objects or critters in the […]

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Glacier Park International Airport Breaks Passenger Record

Almost 55,000 more passengers went through Kalispell airport last year compared to 2013 By Dillon Tabish,  Flathead Beacon It was another banner year at Glacier Park International Airport. Boosted by new seasonal flights to major markets and a strong tourism season, the Kalispell airport set a new annual passenger record. A total of 452,588 revenue passengers […]

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