Jackson Hole real estate activity:
- NEW: Two contiguous Melody Ranch lots right on Flat Creek, both about a half acre with one priced at $545,000 and the other $494,500. As good as it gets in Melody Ranch.
- CLOSED: Teton Mountain Lodge 1-bed lockoff condo after 387 days on market, listed for $695,000.
- PENDING: Timbers townhouse in Teton Village with 3 beds, 3,200+ square feet after 61 days on market, listed for $2.95 million.
- PENDING: Creekside Village townhouse with 3 beds, 1,450 square feet after 32 days on market, listed for $475,000.
- It might be getting easier to get a mortgage as guidelines are relaxing, says this LA Times article.
Jackson Hole and Wyoming links:
- This Michigan-based story looks at affordable housing in other communities, primarily Aspen and Jackson Hole. Great perspective.
- If you think it looks like there are a few hundred more elk getting free lunch at National Elk Refuge this winter, you are right.
- Very cool look at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort trail maps going back to the start in 1964. Also a good timeline of improvements and key events.
- Jackson Hole is no stranger to a starring role on the big screen, from “The Big Trail” in 1930 to the more recent “Django Unchained,” as this video recounts.
- Father Ubald, founder of The Secret of the Peace in Rwanda, is in town again, this time filming for a documentary on this project to heal survivors of genocide and the assistance he received from members of the Jackson Hole community.
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