Ray Atteberry
Ray and his wife, Katherine, have two children and have lived in Bozeman since 1973. Ray was a member of the Gallatin Empire Lions Club for 25 years and has been an advisory board member for the Bozeman Area Battered Women’s Network. He is a graduate of the Bozeman Area Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Bozeman program and has instructed subsequent classes. He has had extensive involvement with the Montana Association of Realtors serving as a state director, chairing the state Professional Standards Committee and serving on the Risk Management Committee. He also has served as President (2), Vice President and Local Director of the Bozeman and Gallatin Association of Realtors®, chairing the Grievance Committee, the Nominations Committee, and the Multiple Listing Committee, and serving on the Fair Housing, Ethics, Education, Government Affairs Committees. He is currently serving as President of the Board of Directors of the newly form Big Sky Country Multiple Listing Service.
Ray Atteberry Bozeman Montana Real Estate Agent
Ray Atteberry

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BACKGROUND: Ray Atteberry has been licensed in real estate since 1974 and began his career with ERA Landmark in 1978. He has been a Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) since 1980 and has held a Graduate Realtor® Institute designation since 1977. Ray was recently honored with the National Association of Realtors® REALTOR EMERITUS status for over 40 years of realtor involvement and service. Among his many real estate awards are Montana Association of Realtors Salesman of the Year for 1977; Bozeman Board of Realtors® Salesman of the Year for 1977; the ERA Jackson Customer Service Award for 2000; 2005 Gallatin Association of Realtors® Realtor of the Year; and 2005 Montana Association of Realtors® Realtor of the Year. He also has been a member of the ERA Leaders Circle in 1994, 1997, 2000-2007, and 2010-2016. Ray specializes in relocation, new construction, residential resale and subdivision land brokerage.COMPETITIVE EDGE: Ray is direct, frank and committed to helping people make good decisions. With 43 years’ experience, Ray educates his clients about the community and about the real estate market while helping them to clarify their goals.EDUCATION: Ray earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology from the College of Idaho in 1962 and completed graduate work in public administration at George Washington University. Prior to becoming a Realtor, Ray worked at the Internal Revenue Service, the Civil Service Commission and the Bureau of Census. He has attended numerous real estate continuing education classes over the past 28 years. Ray Atteberry is an active, established, full-time real estate broker, first licensed in 1974, and has been with ERA Landmark since 1978. He is extremely knowledgeable about the community, the real estate market and the processes involved in making good decisions for his clients. From his 30 years of continual real estate involvement in the Gallatin Valley and his community activities, Ray brings an informed, direct, stable, yet energetic approach to helping customers and clients understand the community as well as the real estate market. He is committed to helping his clients make good decisions that will enhance their quality of life. If you are looking for a knowledgeable agent who will help you, rather than sell you, a conversation with Ray is well worth your time.

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ABOUT ME

What keeps you motivated?
Trying to make things better for those around me. Helping people solve a problem and make decisions that are best for them.
Favorite room in the house?
My bedroom/office/library. I read myself to sleep nearly every night, and I derive a great deal of comfort by being surrounded by books I either have read or will be reading. Books and their content become a part of your memories and add quality and diversity to you life.
You have the afternoon to get away - what are you doing?
Very likely in my car and road-tripping enjoy the beauty of Montana.
Favorite place to eat?
Willow Creek Cafe and Saloon located just South of Three Forks in the tiny town of Willow Creek. The place is warm and welcoming and the food is terrific.
Where did you grow up?
I was raised on the reservation in Lapwai, Idaho. I have tried very hard not to grow up. The curiosity of children fascinates me, and I have tried not to lose that desire to observe and understand the world and people around me. To often the adult world requires that we render judgement and draw conclusions without being open to the other persons situation. I believe more listening and more non-judgmental curiosity (child like) can go a long way to improving life.
What would you like to do more of?
Travel Montana and the USA and experience the full diversity of the country to try to better understand where we have been and where we may be going. Understanding what we were and what we have become is an extremely rewarding pursuit.

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