Autumn in Jackson Hole beats autumn in New York, autumn in New England – or just about anywhere else in the Northern Hemisphere. Deciduous trees burst into gold and red among the dark green conifers, with the rugged, snow-dusted Tetons and Rockies providing a dramatic backdrop. Even if you aren’t coming for the Annual Marathon or one of the other events held throughout the year, the spectacular autumn scenery is reason enough to fall in love with this region of the Equality State (we call Wyoming that because ours was the first to have a woman in the governor’s mansion, and actually gave women the right to vote over forty years before the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment).
Many people who come to Jackson Hole find they want to make it their second – or even their first – home. The good news is, at today’s lower prices and record-low interest rates, there has never been a better time to invest in Jackson Hole real estate.