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Quality lots driving uptick in Jackson Hole land sales

By   /  October 27, 2011  /  Market statistics  /  No Comments

In my most recent post on jhpropertyguide.com, I discuss the slowly improving market for building sites in Teton County. And by slowly I do mean S-L-O-W, with just 38 sales* in the last 12 months compared to an average of 125 in the five years between October 2003 and October 2008. The uptick is measurable, […]

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For many, fall is Jackson Hole’s finest season

By   /  October 16, 2011  /  Jackson Hole scenic  /  No Comments

Of the two shoulder seasons in Jackson Hole, fall is by far the more enjoyable. Days like today, at the exact midpoint of October, when the wind stays soft and the still-strong sun fights few clouds, are as good as it gets. The streets of Jackson are alive on a Sunday afternoon, but far more […]

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Neighborhood focus: Melody Ranch humming right along

By   /  October 6, 2011  /  Neighborhood analysis  /  No Comments

For a model of consistency prior to and after the beginning of the current recession in September 2008, Melody Ranch is hard to beat. A September 13 closing on a 4-bed, 2,320-square-foot home listed at $729,000 was the 14th in the last 12 months. During the previous 12 months, from October 2009 to October 2010, […]

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September sales: Points, Trends and Patterns

By   /  September 20, 2011  /  Hotsheet Highlights, Market statistics  /  No Comments

It’s been said that one is a point, two is a trend and three is a pattern. Point: September real estate sales in Jackson Hole are on pace for 30 units and about $25 million in sales, with 19 reported as of September 19. Trend: Sales in July and August were similar, with 48 sales […]

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August sales as extreme as Jackson weather

By   /  September 7, 2011  /  Market statistics  /  No Comments

I love the Jackson Hole real estate market for the same reason I love the weather around here: it can be so extreme that everywhere else is boring by comparison. For example, among the 26 sales reported in August the least-expensive property was a bank-owned 2-bed condo for $95,000 and the most expensive a fabulous […]

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