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Entry-level Jackson Hole options increasing

By   /  September 25, 2013  /  Hotsheet Highlights, Market statistics  /  No Comments

After a dearth of new Jackson Hole real estate listings in recent months priced below $500,000, several have hit Teton County Multiple Listing Service in recent weeks. Since the beginning of September, there have been seven new properties priced for less than $320,000 and 14 under $500,000. The new inventory certainly will lead to an […]

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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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February sales fab as volume jumps 131%

By   /  March 7, 2013  /  Hotsheet Highlights, Jackson Hole scenic, Market statistics  /  No Comments

There were 27 real estate sales in Jackson Hole in February, six more than in 2012, but only two closed below $250,000 and five for less than $500,000. Not surprisingly, this led to a whopping 131 percent increase in sales volume with monthly sales hitting approximately $40 million. Why the slow down on the low […]

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Low-end Jackson Hole homes in high demand

By   /  April 17, 2012  /  Hotsheet Highlights, Market statistics  /  No Comments

The price has been right for entry-level Jackson Hole homes in recent months, with the inventory of properties listed at or below $300,000 decreasing by 28 percent to 28 units since the beginning of the year. It’s possible the inventory in this market segment peaked in late December, when there were 39 units listed below […]

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Jackson Hole affordable housing: Teton Village condo now $149K, Alpine 2-bed townhome now $94,900

By   /  May 6, 2010  /  Hotsheet Highlights, Market statistics  /  No Comments

Two price reductions on today’s Teton County Multiple Listing Service Hotsheet have lowered the bar to entry in the regional housing market. The first is a 464-square-foot studio in Teton Village built in 1972 that is now listed at $149,000. This Sleeping Indian condo – which is now the lowest-priced full-ownership free market home in […]

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