Jackson Hole is a challenging place to buy a home. 97% of the land in the county is owned by the Federal government, leaving very little left for private development. The median sale price of a single family home as of 2016 was $880,000. That said, there are several affordable housing opportunities in the area for residents to take advantage of.

Affordable Housing Agencies

Each of the following agencies has a different application and approval process. Visit their websites to learn more.

Jackson / Teton County Affordable Housing

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The Jackson / Teton County Affordable Housing Department supplies and catalyzes workforce housing by providing development incentives; and using tax revenue, developer fees and exactions. Currently, the Housing Department manages 20 rental units and ensures compliance on another 831 deed restricted units throughout Teton County. For more information on affordable housing in Teton County and the Town of Jackson, please see the 2015 Workforce Housing Action Plan, the 2016 Housing Supply Plan, and / or contact the Housing Department.

Community Housing Trust

The Jackson Hole Community Housing Trust is a not-for-profit developer that provides ownership and rental opportunities to qualifying households.

Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area is a not-for-profit developer that provides ownership opportunities to qualifying households.

Find a Realtor

The Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce has a comprehensive list of Realtors in the area who sell market priced homes, condominiums, and vacant land.