Juedeman & Company is a real estate business located in rural Central Montana. We pride ourselves on dedication to our work and customer satisfaction.

We will help you with all of your real estate needs while emphasizing high-quality service; Juedeman & Company will do everything we can to meet your expectations.

We have a variety of listings to choose from and whether you’re looking to buy or sell, we’re sure that you’ll be satisfied with Juedeman & Company’s work.

 Juedeman & Company is a family owned and operated farming, ranching, and real estate business.  We live and work in the Golden Triangle of Central Montana.  We specialize in farm and ranch  real estate, but are very experienced in other facets as well. We have experience in farm programs, water rights, taxes, state and BLM leases, if we don’t have the answer, we will refer you on to a professional that does.

We are experienced in all aspects of representation, including STATUTORY BROKER.  If you are a buyer or seller and have found a property or would like to sell your property and both parties are already involved, I can sit down with both parties and assist both parties in completing the transaction, from buy/sell to close.  

We make it a priority to get to know our customers on a personal level and put the customer’s needs first.  Thank you for considering our business and looking through our webpage. Feel free to contact Juedeman & Company with any questions you have. We look forward to hearing from you.

STATUTORY BROKER – a broker or salesperson who assists one or more parties to a real estate transaction without acting as a representative of any party to the real estate transaction.  A broker or salesperson is presumed to be acting as a statutory broker unless the broker or salesperson has entered into a listing or employment agreement with a seller or a buyer broker agreement with a buyer.

A statutory broker is obligated to the parties as follows:

1)     to disclose to a buyer any adverse material fact that concerns the property and that is known to the statutory broker and not known to the buyer.  However, the statutory broker is not required to conduct an independent inspection of the property or to verify any representation made by the seller;

2)     to disclose to the seller any adverse material fact that concerns the buyers intent or ability to perform on the purchase offer and that is known to the statutory broker and not known to the seller;

3)    to exercise reasonable skill, care and diligence in facilitating the purchase and sale of the property;

4)    to comply with all applicable federal and state laws, rules and regulations.