After a record-breaking 2020, the Jackson Hole real estate market continues to break records for the first quarter of 2021. The number of transactions in Teton County spiked up 66% and total sales volume rose an incredible 77% when comparing Q1 2021 to Q1 2020. The attributes Teton County offers: wide-open spaces, wildlife, scenery, recreation, safety, ease of travel and tax benefits, seem to be more desirable than ever.
 
 
As in the early summer of last year, Jackson Hole is still experiencing an exodus of individuals from cities in seek of a less-urban lifestyle, pushing demand for local real estate to new heights. In addition, sellers who own real estate in the area are taking advantage of this strong market to look for new opportunities. What does this mean for the current real estate market, and what’s in store for the rest of the year? Read the full report below.