(213 out of state owners)
In this exercise, we calculated 60% of the homes (128) with rental potential as currently rented; 20% of all TOJ existing homeowners have an out-of-state address. We counted all homes owned by major employers like St. John’s Medical Center and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort as rentals. Accessory units were not included, although the “homes” with accessory units owned by out-of-state owners were counted; of the 98 homes with deeded accessory units, only 16 are owned by out-of-towners. Deed-restricted rentals are not included.
(414 out of state owners)
We used the same calculation for condos/townhouses as we did for homes. Snow King Resort condos/townhouses are included as they are considered long-term rentals. Large employers’ units were also included. Not included: The rental units within Jackson Hole Lodge and Virginian Condos, and deed-restricted units.
Homes & Condos/Townhomes
(owners who live JH, but outside of the TOJ)
When we tagged and sorted all local owners by last name and address, we found 553 duplicates (278 homes and 275 condo/townhouses) and then looked closely to determine if their primary residence was in TOJ. Of the 553 duplicates, 431 appear to be rental units (i.e. not primary residences), of which 261 are condos/townhouses and 170 are homes.
These are the true apartment buildings, not duplexes, triplexes, etc. Even though the 56 Virginian Village Condos are deeded, all of the units are still being rented on a long-term basis by one owner, therefore we counted them in this category.
This includes all existing accessory units for both multi-family and single-family zoned properties.
This includes only the trailers on the 24 trailer zoned lots. If a single trailer was on a lot with a home or duplex, we counted it as an accessory unit.
Teton County Housing Authority
The Housing Authority manages 292 rental units, of which 143 are restricted as employee housing however were not built by the Housing Authority.
Total Estimated Residential Rental Units in the Town of Jackson 2,255
When we consider the rental total in the context of total housing units (approx. 4,509, calculated above), we discover 50% of all dwelling units in the TOJ are most likely rentals.
* All statistics are supplied by sources that have been deemed reliable but are not guaranteed.
* This report includes most, but not all, residential housing units. Based on the 2014 Regional Housing Needs Assessment, there are approximately 446 additional housing units not considered in this report, which include retirement and assisted living developments, federal employee housing, and several units in commercial zones.