U.S. Existing-Home Sales Rose 20.7% in June

Sales rose to seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.72 million, with the biggest monthly increase in records going back to 1968. A sluggish U.S. housing market is staging a recovery amid the pandemic, shaking off high unemployment and a rising number of infections as buyers with pent-up demand seize on record-low mortgage rates. Sales of […]

This Too Shall Pass – an Interview with Dr. Lawrence Yun #201

National Association of Realtors – On March 19th NAR Chief Economist Dr. Lawrence Yun was interviewed about the effect of COVID-19 on the real estate industry. The 36-minute interview covers: How fluctuations in the economy will impact the real estate market; if the Spring selling season will be pushed back into Summer; why the economy and […]

Apple Will Give $2.5 billion to Address the Affordable Housing Crisis in Silicon Valley

www.CNBC.com/ Jennifer Elias November 4th, 2019 Apple said Monday it will contribute $2.5 billion to try and alleviate California’s housing crisis, raising the bar for tech companies to commit to the communities in which they reside. Read More>


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New Normal for Jackson is Tight Inventory

JHNewsandGuide.com John Spina / Jackson Hole Daily Jan 29, 2018 As the Jackson real estate market continues to contract, the changes many Jacksonites have long feared appear to be coming down the pike. According to the Jackson Hole Report’s year-end review, which compiles and analyzes data from every free-market real estate transaction in Jackson Hole […]

Real Estate Tightens, Owners Stay Put

JHNewsandGuide.com John Spina / Jackson Hole Daily Jan 28, 2018 You know those people who say housing has always been a problem in Jackson? Well, it’s never been this bad. According to the Jackson Hole Report’s year-end review, which compiles and analyzes data from every free-market real estate transaction in Jackson Hole each year, the […]

This Playground for the Rich Is the Most Economically Unequal City in America

Fortune.com Chris Matthews Jun 17, 2016 When the average person thinks of a place where the super rich are getting even richer, it’s likely that places like New York City or Silicon Valley come to mind. But according to a new report from the Economic Policy Institute, the most economic unequal metro area in America […]

Summer housing trends: Will home sellers still have the upper hand?

Bankrate.com By: Crissinda Ponder Activity in the housing market has been heating up just in time for the summer season. The number of single-family home sales is rising and more first-time homebuyers are making their way into the market, according to data from the National Association of Realtors, or NAR. “We’re seeing more activity in […]

Jackson Hole Report Celebrates 20 Years

A 20th anniversary is a milestone by any stretch of the imagination. But 20 years of success in a market as dynamic as Jackson Hole’s is truly worth a toast: When we embarked on this analytical adventure in 1994, we set out to understand the subtleties beneath reported sales by tracking down every single real […]

Falling Mortgage Rates Fuel Buying Activity

Realtor.com By: Chrystal Caruthers Mortgage interest rates rolled back to 2013 levels this week on disappointing housing and economic activity. The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 3.59% this week, down from 3.66% last week. A year ago this time, it was as high as 4.32%, according to the Freddie Mac Primary Mortgage Market Survey. “Mortgage rates […]