Entries by Bomber Bryan

Flood watch/travel closure.

JH Heads-Up: 1. Flash Flood Watch in JH until dark tonight. 2. A brief travel closure will be in effect on the unpaved section of the Moose-Wilson Road within GTNP for about 28 hours, beginning at 4 a.m. on Wed, July 13. The road is scheduled to reopen by 8 a.m. on Thurs, July 14, barring […]


http://www.jhreassociates.com/Brochure.htm Here’s the link to JHREA’s new Catalogue of Fine Properties. 7/7/11

Jackson Hole Home Sales Review – May 2009

The month of May has brought more new listings to Jackson Hole. There’s been an uptick in showings/activity with a few more pending sales to come. Overall, the sellers who have been waiting to sell are being successful with recent price reductions. The theme for most buyers today is to look for the right seller and […]

Early summer brochure coming soon.

Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates captures 52% (per internal audit of agent transactions) of the market in first 100 days of 2009. Overall volume in 2009 is still significantly down from the same time in 2008. The new locally owned and operated firm is poised for a successful year with a new brochure coming early […]

Buyers finding great deals despite slump in sales.

The MLS data shows a consistently slow real estate market in Jackson Hole, but there are many other deals happening outside of the reported database. Buyers with cash are finding great deals and realistic Sellers are able to sell successfully. Please contact me if you’d like an opportunity to learn what’s occurring in this underground […]

Jackson Hole Home Sales Review – February 2009

In February, the MLS reported 65 new residential listings in Jackson Hole, 25* that posted as Pending and only 2 whole ownership properties that Closed. *Please note that of the 25 Pending sales; only 2 were new; a single family home in Melody Ranch and a single family home in Lake Creek Ranch. The other […]

Wyoming, TX! …one of the most tax-friendly states in the U.S.

Did you know Teton County residents live in one of the most tax-friendly states in the U.S.? Wyoming residents do not pay state income taxes, and the state Legislature has created a 1,000-year trust that helps residents protect assets. Wyoming residents enjoy low taxes because of mineral, oil and gas companies extracting coal and natural […]