The Jackson Hole real estate market re-balances after 24 months of heated demand and low inventory.
The local real estate market is shifting, and quickly at that. In the past 2 years, the lack of inventory has drastically impacted total dollar volume, average sales price and days on market. In the first half of 2021 total dollar volume rocketed to $1.2B, an unprecedented level.
The demand for Teton County real estate was fueled by the pandemic driven desire for rural living and increased interest in the western mountain region. Multiple offers and over-asking price sales became commonplace and many listings were on the market for only a matter of days before they were snapped up by desperate buyers.