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About Reno Walsh
I made Bozeman my home, my place, in 1995. I met my wife to be on the summit of Saddle Peak in the Bridger Mountains just outside of town and a few years later I proposed to her in a raft on Montana’s Smith River. Today we are the parents of two living in our own home in Bozeman’s Northeast Neighborhood.
I am passionate about my community. I volunteer as a leader for Bozeman’s Northeast Neighborhood Association. I welcome our newest neighbors, those who are just visiting, and I cherish my relationship with those who have called our ‘last best neighborhood’ home for some time.
I am an outdoor enthusiast. When I was a kid, my father would guide me down rivers in a canoe. I started guiding guests on active vacations around the globe as a professional in 1995. I have always worked hard to earn the trust of my guests. And, when I deserve it, when I earn it, the adventures flow, and lives are changed in positive ways.
I am the owner of Bozeman Montana Vacation Rentals and the owner of a successful short-term rental and a long-term rental in downtown Bozeman. Anyone who stays at a property I manage is treated first as a guest and then, often, a friend.
I understand the importance of excellent customer service. I’ve guided thousands of guests around the world on multi-sport adventures and hosted over a thousand guests at our rentals. All of my guests have rated their experience with me and my services at the highest level. This doesn’t just happen. It takes work. It requires a keen understanding of the guest’s objectives, the environment, and the route or process it will take to succeed.
Navigating the real estate environment is a lot like navigating a river or ascending a mountain. It takes a keen understanding of the buyer or seller’s objectives, the real estate environment, and the route or process it will take to succeed.
I am who I am because of the place I am and I’m grateful for the good life I’m living. I always look forward to helping others find their place first as their guide and then, often, as their friend.