Entries by Sarah Wagner

SUN VALLEY, ID REAL ESTATE MARKET REPORT FOR MAY 2020

Provided by Matt Christian, Realtor with Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties   While Covid-19 essentially put a pause on the real estate market for the second half of March and all of April, May has proven to be a big rebound month.  Actual properties that sold in May are down considerably if compared to May of […]

SUN VALLEY REOPENS TO VISITORS!

As Idaho begins reopening to visitors, here is some important information for planning a summer trip to Sun Valley:  Outdoor recreation is in full swing! Golf courses, tennis courts, the bike path, and hiking trails are all open. One of the things we love about this area is plenty of wide open space to explore. […]

COVID-19 UPDATE

March 15, 2020 Today, the Sun Valley Company made the difficult decision to cease mountain operations for the season.  While downhill skiing and snowboarding are not the only winter activities in the Sun Valley area, we are aware that many of our guests looked forward to being on the mountain. Over the next few days, […]

2019 REVIEW AND 2020 FORCAST FOR SUN VALLEY REAL ESTATE

Provided by Phil Doerflein, Windermere Sun Valley The forecast for the Sun Valley real estate market for 2020 will be driven by one word: inventory. Currently, there is a four-month supply of resort area condos for sale. In the single-family home market, the supply of active listings will last six months. Overall, 2019 was a […]

SHARE THE JOY OF SKIING WITH YOUR KIDS – FOR FREE!

Last year I had the opportunity to introduce my kids to skiing and we had a blast! It brought back my childhood memories of my dad and I spending the day on the slopes, then chilled and tired, warming up with a hot chocolate in the lodge at the end of the day. I watched […]

THROWING IT BACK KETCHUM STYLE – IT’S WAGON DAYS

Time travel. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to experience different periods of history? Aside from what we have learned from Marty McFly in Back to the Future, we still wonder what it would be like to go back 50 or even 100 years. Well, hold your horses – pun intended! Since […]