Entries by Bomber Bryan

Jackson Hole Real Estate Market Report | Q3 2017

On behalf of our team of dedicated professionals at Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates, we are pleased to present our comprehensive market report for the third quarter of 2017. In this detailed report, you will find information on the market segments making up the Jackson Hole area. As the market leader in Jackson Hole, we […]

Jackson Hole Real Estate Market Report | Midyear 2017

  When comparing the first half of 2017 to the first half of 2016, the overall number of transactions increased 10%. The area furthest south of Jackson experienced the largest increase in transactions, up about 1200%. The Town of Jackson continued in popularity garnering the most transactions of any area in the valley with 115 […]

Vacant Land Mid-Year 2017

Single-family vacant lot sales spiked in the first six months of 2017 with 49 sales (up 75%).  Meanwhile the average and median sale prices dropped, down 25% and 14% respectively, when compared to mid-year 2016.   The drop in the average and median sale prices is a result of the spike in the number of vacant land sales under $1 million (up 143%).  NOTE: […]

Vacant Land Q1 2017

Single-family vacant land sales have reversed course with 23 sales in Q1 2017 (up 64%). Meanwhile, average and median sale prices were down 37% and 15% respectively when compared to Q1 2016. The decrease in average and median sale prices can be directly attributed to the increase in the number of vacant land sales under […]

Single Family Q1 2017

Single-family home sales, up 24%, reflected a healthy increase. In contrast, the average and median sale prices decreased in the first quarter of the year—35% and 15% respectively. The decrease in the average and median sale prices is the direct result of an increase in sales under $1 million (64%), and a decrease in the […]

Vacant Land Year-End 2016

When compared to 2015, the number of ​lot sales and dollar volume dropped 43% and 42% respectively in 2016. ​In contrast, the average and the median sales price tipped up 2%. ​As this segment of the market continues to struggle, expect little appreciation in 2017 valley-wide. The decrease in vacant land sales reflects the current […]

Condo & Townhome Year-End 2016

When compared to 2015, the ​number of sales dipped 8​%, and the dollar volume dropped 15%. Bucking the trend, the ​median sale price rose 11%. ​Why? Supply and demand! This segment was the first segment to rebound after the recession, especially under $500,000. Consider 2013: 137 condo/townhomes sold for under $500,000 versus 77 in 2016. […]