What happened in June?
Real estate sales picked up in June - recording 26 sales - however sales are still below levels seen this time last year (36 sales). However, the total sales volume of $65 million is the highest monthly volume since January and slightly higher than dollar volume seen in June last year ($51 million). The average sale price was just above $2.5 million, a decrease from May but nearly $1 million higher than June last year. The median sale price picked up in June to $1.44 million, higher than the previous 12 month average of $1.3 million. Property selling in June sold more quickly than average, spending an average of 134 days on the market. While 6 properties sold at or above their listing prices, properties on average sold at a 5% discount to asking price, a drop from the 96-97% levels seen in the previous 4 months. Single-family homes made up the majority (62%) of sales in June, representing the highest monthly percentage in the past year. While 38% of sales occurred in the $500,000 - $1 million range, nearly 1 in 4 sales in June were in excess of $3 million including a Shooting Star cabin (listed for $5.5 million) and the historic 199 acre Gill Huff Ranch, located at the base of Teton Pass, listed for $8.9 million.