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Teton Village real estate preseason peek

By   /  November 21, 2014  /  Market statistics, Neighborhood analysis  /  No Comments

Low inventory coupled with strong demand for higher-end condos and single-family homes at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has characterized the Teton Village real estate market in the last year with quick sales in Four Seasons in Jackson Hole, Shooting Star, Hotel Terra, Granite Ridge and Crystal Springs. For example: A 3-bed furnished […]

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Thanksgiving returns skiing, real estate activity to Teton Village

By   /  November 27, 2013  /  Market statistics, Neighborhood analysis  /  No Comments

In Jackson Hole, there is much more to be thankful for on this final Thursday of November than a day with loved ones and a fabulous banquet. On Thanksgiving Day the lifts at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village will once again open to grateful skiers and snowboarders. However, deep powder and alpine adventure […]

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Jackson Hole golf: Tee it high, time to buy

By   /  September 16, 2013  /  Neighborhood analysis  /  No Comments

The long grasses are turning brown. The fairways and greens, having enjoyed months of ideal growing conditions, are in the best shape of the season. Frosty sunrises give way to gorgeous days with mild temperatures and gentle breezes. The summer crowds are thinning. Quite simply, it is the best month of the year for golf […]

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Melody Ranch: A neighborhood in full

By   /  July 2, 2013  /  Neighborhood analysis  /  No Comments

Regular readers know Melody Ranch is one of my favorite Jackson Hole neighborhoods, with a mention in just about every post. Why? Not only do I live there and have years of experience helping buyers and sellers in this area, I love the architecture, location and the way the residents are creating a community. Not […]

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Gill Addition: Jackson Hole’s hottest address

By   /  June 6, 2013  /  Neighborhood analysis, Uncategorized  /  No Comments

The property listing in the Gill Addition near downtown Jackson wasn’t very large, with about 1,200 square feet, two smallish bedrooms and a single bathroom. Certainly it was not new or in superior condition, having been built in 1957 with few updates over the ensuing 56 years. Also not enticing for potential buyers was a […]

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