I was just reading an article on Nantucket foreclosures and thinking just how similar that market is to Jackson Hole and Teton County. Jackson Hole is truly an island, surrounded by national forest, wilderness and a 25,000-acre National Elk Refuge. Nantucket’s Land Bank (pdf) owns about 50% of the island, but Jackson Hole is about 97.5% protected. Not only does Jackson Hole have all of the federally-owned lands, but much of the privately held properties are under some degree of conservation easement (Jackson Hole Land Trust, Jackson Hole Conversation Alliance, etc.) which further enhances the long-term appeal. Like an island, Jackson Hole provides memories, safety, family fun, adventure, and clean living.
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