Buying a home in Jackson Hole is more than a transaction. For many, the decision is
often an exciting lifestyle change as well. Respecting the many elements that factor
into this important decision, we designed our real estate team to provide you
with much more than just a property fact sheet.

Redefining Real Estate

More than 26 years ago, we published the first Jackson Hole Report to provide
the critical, specialized market analysis our clients need. The Jackson Hole Report
remains the definitive source on real estate in this region today, regularly cited in
national publications. It is published semi-annually with additional email updates
for the first and third quarters.

Why Read the Jackson Hole Report?

While other realtors attempt to report on our market with MLS statistics only, we
track every single transaction in Teton County. Consider, for instance, in 2020:
only 65% of sales prices valley-wide have been reported to MLS.

By contrast, we log information on each and every sale daily. We track down the
other sales by looking at the deeds recorded with the county. Then, we compile all
that data to formulate our statistics and take an in-depth look at the current trends.

Why is the Report Important to You?

Buyers and sellers need to work with a realtor who can provide them will all the
information in order to get the best price possible. Because we do such exhaustive
research, we are considered market experts who go above and beyond other
realtors in the valley.

We are also skillful negotiators and will work to make the entire process, from start
to finish, as streamlined as possible.

*While other local Real Estate Brokerages attempt to report on the local real estate market, we are the only Realtors who track every single transaction.  Therefore, if you want the most accurate information to help guide you through your next real estate transaction, call us today.  We are the Experts. 

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