Bemidji, the judicial seat of Beltrami County, is situated on Lake Bemidji and Lake Irving, sister lakes fed by the Mississippi River. It is a progressive, friendly city of quaint charm in a setting of real natural beauty.
Our city is primarily a retail sales community with forestry, education, manufacturing, and travel industries contributing to our economy.
Families enjoy the secondary educational opportunities/activates that the Northwest Technical College and Bemidji State University provide for the community and surrounding area.
A network of mapped and marked snowmobile trails links three states and Canada.
Many state forests and numerous lakes help make this area a hunting and fishing paradise.
The area boasts many golf courses, hiking and biking trails, a curling arena, many skating rinks, and both downhill and cross-country skiing.
First Realty Real Living History in the Community
First Realty Real Living was founded by Alden Kittleson in 1959 and was originally named Kittleson Realty. Over the years, the name changed to Kittleson Gallery of homes. In the winter of 1981 & 1982 Kittleson Gallery of Homes merged with Realty World owned by Tom Sykora and moved into a brand new facility built by Alden Kittleson where we still reside today at 1425 Paul Bunyan Dr. NW. In July of 2006, Doug & Jeri Fuller purchased First Realty Real Living from Tom Sykora and became the third owners of the company.
First Realty Real Living Real Estate has a friendly, courteous sales staff that is personally committed to providing you with quality, customized service that will meet your needs. They will relieve the stress of buying or selling a home and make your real estate transactions trouble free.
Through our Real Living Real Estate Premier Service you can expect a Trusted Advisor, a Skilled Negotiator and an Expert Facilitator. SERVICE YOU DESERVE FROM THE PEOPLE YOU TRUST. This is our commitment to you.
With over 48 years in the community, we service Bemidji and the surrounding area, including Bagley, Blackduck, Cass Lake, Park Rapids, and Walker.