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What does it all mean? Lower inventory in Q2 meant fewer closings. Given the amount of pended properties under contract (180 in total), I expect we will see a strong Q3, both in overall sales volume and increased sales prices.

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Inventory fell 10 percent compared to the first quarter of 2018, continuing a trend of tightening supply in the Jackson Hole market. There were 126 transactions recorded in the first quarter of 2019, which marks an 11 percent decline from a year earlier.

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I'm truly thankful to be able to work with the crew at Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates. And when I'm not skiing or mountain biking, I do my best to be productive and take the best care of my clients and customers in this craft that I have chosen.

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It has been called the most important acre in the National Parks. An icon of the West. The last vestige of a bygone era. Small and unassuming, cradled in the lap of the Grand Tetons, the historic Moulton Ranch inholding on Mormon Row in Jackson Hole casts a modest impression next to the magnificent...

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Jackson Hole’s real estate market remains on a strong path through the third quarter, with 12 percent more sales and a 13 percent increase in median sale price compared to the same period last year. Rising prices have caused supply of properties under $500,000 to dwindle, which is apparent in the...

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Jackson Hole’s real estate market started very strong in the first half of 2018 with number of transactions up 11% and average sale price up 10%. Even more important to note was the increase in median sale price, a more accurate indicator, up 22% from a year ago. The majority of transactions...

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The overall market continued to experience a lack of inventory, down 11%. New, realistically-priced properties sold the quickest. In fact, the average number of days a property was on the market dropped 28% when compared to a year ago.

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David Vandenberg

David Vandenberg

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