Above you will find the 2017 real estate market report for Teton County, Wyoming. This report compares sales in 2017 to 2016 in a few different ways – sales volume (the total dollar value of sold properties) and unit sales (the number of sales). If you want more specific information, this report also delves into three large market segments – single family homes, condos / townhomes, and vacant land / ranch sites. Please let me know if you have questions, or would like more detailed information as it relates to a specific property type or price point.
TL;DR: Unit sales of condos and single family homes fell 8% in 2017, reflecting a decline in available inventory of nearly 11%. Our “middle” market ($1.5 to $3 million) was the most active segment, as unit volumes rose 5% and prices increased 6%. Demand and sales of higher end properties (above $3 million) pushed average prices up 7.3%, although weaker on unit sales. Selling prices have been consistently about 92% to 93% of the asking prices.