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So long 2009, c’mon 2010!

By   /  December 31, 2009  /  Jackson Hole News  /  No Comments

No stats, analysis or links today. I would just like to pass along a very sincere wish to my friends, families and clients that 2010 bring you health, happiness and prosperity in all your endeavors. Professionally, I am very excited about the coming year for a variety of reasons. At the top of the list […]

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Large foreclosures set for today postponed

By   /  December 29, 2009  /  Jackson Hole News  /  No Comments

Today was scheduled to be a busy day for auctions of Teton County foreclosed properties, with five properties worth more than $14 million on the block, but none of them made it to the steps of the courthouse. A few days before Christmas the Davies-Reid building on the Town Square had its auction rescheduled for […]

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JH banker: Interest rates to rise

By   /  December 29, 2009  /  Jackson Hole News, Market statistics  /  No Comments

Jackson Hole banker Richard Uhl, real estate loan manager for First Interstate Bank, says home loan rates have been gradually increasing in recent weeks. “We are currently at 5.25 percent on a “Conforming” 30-year fixed rate loan.  The 30-year fixed Fannie Mae required net yield (wholesale price to lenders) is at the highest level since […]

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December SOLD and PENDED, so far

By   /  December 28, 2009  /  Hotsheet Highlights, Market statistics  /  No Comments

Not surprisingly, the Teton County Multiple Listing Service daily hotsheet has been somewhat cool in the last week as focus has been on the holidays, family and travel. So I took a look at the activity so far in December. Highlights include: There have been eight December closings in Teton County for a total sales […]

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Strong statewide November numbers

By   /  December 23, 2009  /  Jackson Hole News  /  No Comments

The Casper Star-Tribune has a nice story out today on the November sales numbers for the state of Wyoming. It provides a snapshot of the state’s variable real estate sales climates, from struggling Sweetwater County to steady and strong Cheyenne. Teton County also gets a good look, with a few quotes from our own Brett […]

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