Notice how I worded the question above, and not “Should listing agents attend showings”. The reason is that I often hear this question from prospective buyer customers, or, customers working with another broker while I am attending a showing for one of my listings. If you only have had experience with real estate in the Jackson & Teton region (including Alpine & Star Valley) you are probably used to the fact that there will very likely be 2 agents at a home showing. The listing agent, and the agent working with the buyer. It’s a way of life out here, whether it’s a 100,000 dollar home or a 1 million dollar home.
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2533 Middle Teton Rd. Driggs, ID 83422
With lot sales on the rise, many are going to start focusing on the better inventory, this fits the bill.
Why it’s a good deal:
This lot is in a popular development (Teewinot) which is close to town, with a fantastic view and a great price. Speaking of that view, Teewinot has CC&R’s that protect you view after your home is built. No building envelope, just don’t block another’s view. Simple, and it works!
$59,000, about as cheap as it gets for a Teewinot lot.
How quick will it sell?
It should sell by the end of the Summer season.
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Alright, so we been hearing about it for months, and there are those of us that have been intimately involved in understanding the issue, and resolving it. For those of us that have not, a simplified understanding, below. ***Do not rely on this post for building eligibility matters, refer to Teton County Planning & Zoning for questions and/or accuracy, http://www.tetoncountyidaho.gov/department.php?deptID=18&menuID=1
When we moved to the Teton Valley, Idaho area we never imagined we’d be able to purchase our first home. After meeting Tayson we knew right away that he would be the best point of contact when we became serious about looking. As first time home buyers, we had no idea what we were about to get into. Tayson happily sat down with us and explained the buying process to ensure we were ready to start looking. Once we were able to get our budget set in place, Tayson wasn’t afraid to show us all that the valley offered, from Tetonia, to Driggs, to Victor. Tayson made us aware of the market and gave us a realistic approach of what we could actually afford. He always sent us new listings and kept us up to date on what could potentially become available and was very good about keeping in contact with us. When we did find our home, Tayson took us to look at it, giving us the aspects of the home and what we should expect for CC&R’s, HOA’s, and re-sale value. During the closing process he was very helpful in giving us the run down of what we needed to do next and making sure we weren’t getting cold feet. He was always willing to answer questions about the property and ask the seller questions for us. Tayson was great about negotiating with us and the seller and making sure we were getting what we wanted. He is very professional, upfront, honest and open and we couldn’t be happier with our first home purchase and how much Tayson helped us. We highly suggest using Tayson as your future real estate professional.