Jackson Hole Area

The valley’s unparalleled beauty, diverse ecosystem and abundant wildlife set it apart from all other resort communities within the Rocky Mountain Region.

These unique characteristics have prompted the UN and the Department of the Interior to designate the area as “A World Heritage Site”, signifying its importance to the planet.

Of the nearly 4 million acres that comprise Jackson Hole, more than 97% is permanently protected from development as national parks, national forest lands, BLM, National Elk Refuge, or is under permanent conservation easement. The scarcity of remaining available land and restrictive land use regulations moving forward ensures the character and openness of our valley will always remain. The growing demand in the real estate market is further enhanced by Wyoming’s tax-friendly climate, casual Western ambiance and superb year-round recreational lifestyle.

Latest News.
Jackson Hole Outpaces Average Sales Price Increase in 2024 Resort Report

Mountain towns may have seen less unit sales recently compared to the pandemic buying frenzy of 2020 and 2021, but…

Jackson Hole Real Estate Sales Mellow in 2023 as Market Waits on Interest Rates

Reflecting national trends, last year saw a market stalemate in Jackson Hole real estate, as buyers waited for interest rate…

Jackson Hole Real Estate Sales Steady, Volume Up Through Q3 2023

Despite four additional interest rate hikes from the Fed this year, the number of real estate transactions in Jackson Hole…

Summer Brought Signs of Life for Jackson Hole Real Estate

Rising interest rates and a post-pandemic hangover have slowed activity on the Jackson Hole real estate market over the past…

First To Know