A market that's still sizzling

Discussion in 'Real Estate' started by GVM, Jan 26, 2007.

  1. GVM

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    Here's a link to a market summary for Jackson Hole, Wy, a market that's driven by end users, not speculators, and it's a market that continues to be very strong. Reads like a South Walton report from a few years ago.

    http://jacksonholereport.com/
     
  2. fisher

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    Average prices are up roughly 25%, but number of units sold is down 20%. On such a small sample size of less than 1000 units sold, the average price can fluctuate greatly if only a small number of really big dollar houses sells. the big gainer in average transaction price was raw land--a couple of sales of giant ranches could skew the average price dramatically.

    Looks like a mixed market to me instead of one that is sizzling.
     
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    Your ability to try to find a negative side for every real estate topic is a real core competency.
     
  4. TheSheep

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    Best bring your wool.

    Brrrrrrrbaaaabrrrrrrr. :nono1:
     
  5. TheSheep

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    Numbers, numbers, numbers, how they confuse:sosad:

    If it wasn't for the total veracity of print authors, In God What Would We Trust?

    After flunking out of Baaaaaaaaarvard, I took back to the nose to the grass method of determining market trends. Grazing along, I ask many sheeps, "How do you feel today" "Baaaaaad or "Fair to Middling" or "why did I buy this pasture :bang:".

    Says more to me than numbers. :dunno:
     
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    Dude, you are a trip! I look forward to more posts from you. Keep grazing!
     
  7. Gypsea

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    :welcome: Sheep. Keep posting.
     
  8. Mermaid

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    Ditto. Quirky dudes are always welcome here!
     
  9. TheSheep

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    How very nice of you young men and, if I missed, young women! You see, Missus and I, we are old and homeless. Our two lambs, grown into rams, we offered them our home, and they took us up! :eek: We have been out to pasture for near eight months now (the oldest Ram, Pierre', claims more like eight years :shock:). After a horrible stint in SW FL, we were on our way back to LA, er, Atlanta come to find there was no room in OUR inn. So much for keeping title. :sosad:.
    Thank you again for sharing your weed(s)!;-)
     

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