Housing in Yellowstone County
Almost half of renters in the United States pay 1/3 or more of their monthly income for rent (third column above). Compare that with rent in Yellowstone County and Montana in the first two columns. The optimal rent to household income ratio is 25% to 28% or less. When you pay more than 30% of your income towards rent, your ability to pay for food, transportation, health care, education, and savings becomes increasingly difficult.
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Towns Near Custer
Billings: The Trailhead of Montana
The largest and fastest growing city in Montana, Billings boasts a population of 167,000 in the greater metropolitan area. Residents enjoy the amenities of the ‘big city’ while having a small town attitude which reflects most of the communities we serve in our four state region.
Billings has been largely unaffected by the economic downtown and housing bust of recent years. This is mostly due to its large trading area at the epicenter of Spokane, Boise, Denver, and Fargo. Essentially, Billings provides services to most of Montana, northern Wyoming, and the western portions of North and South Dakota. The lack of a state sales tax is also a big draw for retail sales.
Billings Rental Home Market
Jasnia has a large selection of rental apartments and houses available by Billings property managers and individual owners. Their contact information is on each listing. You can search by bedrooms, price, pets allowed, location on the map, and more.
Enjoy living in a variety of retirement communities that provide special care to our senior citizens. Billings is fortunate to have a professional medical community so you can live with peace of mind during your golden years.
Affordable Housing for Low-Income Households
Both houses and apartments are available for rent in in the Billings metro area that meet affordable housing standards: Section 8 Tenant Based, Section 8 Project Based, Section 42 Tax Credit, and USDA Rural Development.