Lambros Real Estate ERA Missoula Montana - your greater Missoula area, Lolo, East Missoula, Five Valleys, Bonnor Real Estate specialist in residential homes, condo's, commercial, multi-family, ranch and land and recreational properties for sale.
At Lambros ERA Real Estate when you work with one of us you work with all of us. ERA Real Estate was founded on the principle of collaboration- the idea that by working together and helping one another we could build a stronger community of real estate professionals and help to strengthen the communities where we work and practice real estate.
Lambros ERA Real Estate welcomes you as you consider Missoula your home. Missoula is vibrant, diverse and unique. It offers many opportunities for families and businesses. Taken from the Salish Indian word meaning “by the shining waters”, Missoula is the hub of the five great valleys – Flathead to the north, Frenchtown to the west, Bitterroot to the south, Blackfoot to the northeast and Hellgate to the east. Missoula County is a thriving community of nearly 99,000 people, 60,000 just in Missoula. Missoulians love the beauty of their surroundings and all its outdoor activities including hunting, fishing, hiking, skiing and many more. Missoula offers a sub-culture, rich in art, sports, food, education and healthcare. The quality of life in Missoula makes it easy to stay.
History: Captain C.P. Higgins and Francis L. Worden founded Missoula by establishing a trading market named Hellgate Village in 1860. It was followed by a sawmill and a flourmill, which the settlers called "Missoula Mills". Missoula continued to develop with the construction a road that connected Fort Benton, Montana with Walla Walla, Washington that passed through the valley. The development of Fort Missoula solidified the city’s position as a trading center. The University of Montana was opened in Missoula in 1893 and since its inception has strongly contributed to the growth and cultural richness of the city. Over the years Missoula has moved away from the logging industry and is now primarily a service oriented economy supporting the populations of the Missoula Valley as well as surrounding areas.