It’s that time of year in Jackson Hole when the days are getting noticeably shorter and property Sellers on the market for more than a few weeks become concerned they may not sell before Halloween. Hence, a steady list of price reductions in Teton County, Wyoming, with many of them for Town of Jackson listings.
Today’s Jackson Hole real estate activity:
- PRICE REDUCTION: Town of Jackson 4-bed 3,127-square-foot home built in 1972 on a half acre near Cache Creek, listed by Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty for $1.54 million, down from $1.62 million after 35 days on market.
- PRICE REDUCTION: Town of Jackson 3-bed, 2,834-square-foot home built in 1996 after 32 days on market, listed by Berkshire Hathaway Home Services for $1.55 million down from $1.65 million.
- PRICE REDUCTION: Cottonwood Flats 2-bed, 1,108-square-foot townhouse now $10,100 less after 35 days on market, listed by Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty for $549,900.
- PRICE REDUCTION: Town of Jackson 2-bed, 1,860-square-foot home built in 1946, remodeled in 1997, now $799,950 after 91 days on market, listed by Contour Investment Properties.
- PRICE REDUCTION: Eagle Village 2-bed, 1,284-square-foot has been reduced in price four times since coming on market in March for $625,000, now $539,000. Listed by SK Condo Corp.
- PRICE REDUCTION: Rafter J 3-bed, 1,685-square-foot home built in 1985 on .21 acres is now $874,000, $76,000 less than it came on the market for just 16 days ago. Listed by Berkshire Hathaway Home Services.
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