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Affordable Housing Watch

A recent study commissioned to provide Teton County with a legal basis for affordable housing requirements for developments found that, unsurprisingly, local housing is beyond the reach of most local workers. The median price of a home in Teton County requires a family income of $250,000, but three quarters of new jobs in the area are in accommodation and food service, which pay an average salary of $24,000. The takeaway? If you want a decent home in Jackson Hole without your income coming from a Manhattan hedge fund, it might be time to break bad. [Jackson Hole Property Guide]