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Large foreclosures set for today postponed

By   /  December 29, 2009  /  Jackson Hole News  /  No Comments

Today was scheduled to be a busy day for auctions of Teton County foreclosed properties, with five properties worth more than $14 million on the block, but none of them made it to the steps of the courthouse. A few days before Christmas the Davies-Reid building on the Town Square had its auction rescheduled for […]

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How low can Jackson’s low end go?

By   /  December 10, 2009  /  Hotsheet Highlights, Market statistics  /  1 Comment

Just one year ago there were but a handful of full ownership properties listed for sale in the Teton County Multiple Listing Service for less than $300,000. A quick search today finds there are now 26 such properties. Some of the highlights of these listings include: The least expensive is a 2-bed, 1-bath, 800-square-foot unit […]

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Melody Ranch in motion

By   /  November 16, 2009  /  Hotsheet Highlights  /  No Comments

The least expensive free-market home in Melody Ranch went under contract over the weekend after 448 days on the market. Originally listed at $1,075,000, this 4-bed, 2.5-bath, 2,137-square-foot home on .35 acres was listed for $835,000, a discount of at least 22.7 percent. For perspective, this home closed for $570,000 in September 2002. This continues […]

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