Last year marked a cooling of a supercharged Jackson Hole real estate market fueled by the pandemic, but the impact…
A home connected with nature.
Protected swathes of land keep view corridors open throughout Jackson Hole. So most property has fantastic views of the Tetons or the surrounding areas and always will, even if you pass a property down to your children or grandchildren (a tax-free transaction in Wyoming).
In fact, conservation easements, National Forests, National Parks, the National Elk Refuge and BLM land make up 97 percent of the 4 million acres in Jackson Hole. Even in downtown Jackson, city codes prevent tall buildings from obstructing the natural landscape.
The booming Jackson Hole real estate market thrives in Wyoming’s tax-friendly climate, especially with the top-notch recreation and charming Western mountain-town motif.
Pair that all with diverse wildlife and an important ecosystem to the region and you can see with the United Nation and the Department of the Interior designated the area “A World Heritage Site.”
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