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Glacier Realty’s 2022 Forecast

Every year, new changes in the world bring new possibilities for how we choose to live and grow, particularly when it comes to real estate and hospitality. Michael Gullotti, the Managing Broker at Glacier’s newest dedicated brokerage, Glacier Realty, is excited to share the trends they see for 2022, as well as the latest Glacier residential products that meet these demands. Our local market in the region is growing and evolving – read more below to see what’s happening around the world and right here on the ground at Glacier.

Work from Home, Work from Anywhere

The new era of remote working has rapidly transformed modern living. It’s changed not only how people work, but how we live and curate our amenities. In addition to the increasing prominence of work-from-home culture, teleworking has also birthed the work-from-anywhere lifestyle, which means our primary residence is no longer tied to a single location.

Glacier has increased remote working capabilities, having installed Fiber1 connection throughout the community. For professionals who require the flexibility to plug in and plug out at their immediate convenience – the option is readily available.

Alpine Lifestyle 

The past few years have left people longing to reconnect with nature and rustic ways of life. According to Gullotti, mountain towns are growing as a whole. Sales will continue to increase as people yearn to move up and out of overcrowded cities, enjoying a blend of modern and rural with access to an active lifestyle. 

Contemporary and rugged sensibilities find a true union in Etta Ridge at Glacier, an exclusive collection of highland residences nestled among century-old ponderosa pines. This secluded collection of 3- and 4-bedroom floor plans grants enough privacy for an escape, yet enough amenities for the ease of mind that people are looking for.

Land Preservation

Conservation is an age-old movement of American history. The National Audubon Society ensures Glacier’s pristine beauty by limiting the amount of Glacier-owned land that can be developed, which is approximately 500 out of 1,000 acres. The San Juan National Forest we call home is rich in biodiversity, and Glacier is proud to preserve this slice of it.