2013 was a noteworthy year in terms of activity in the Jackson Hole Real Estate market. Indeed, transactions were up a whopping 30% over 2012 and dollar volume grew by over 11%. Even the Jackson Hole Land Trust recently announced a fantastic year with the protection of 298 wildlife-sensitive acres in 2013 alone, including a key 181 acre piece on East Gros Ventre Butte. This translates into protected wildlife habitat, views and corridors that will benefit wildlife, residents and visitors alike for generations to come. And if the first two weeks of January have anything to say about the year ahead, then 2014 is ringing the promise of another great year.
If you’ve been contemplating selling or buying real estate in Jackson Hole, there is no better time than the present to act. Contact Tom Evans Real Estate for the answers to all of your Jackson Hole real estate questions.