Experts for the real estate industry and the media have been waiting for a bubble burst for some time, like today's Nostradamus. The US market will collapse, homeowners will plunge, sales will decline. In the last few months, a lot of propaganda and gloomy predictions on the nation's market have been fulfilled. But learning about what they do on the national market, and the national national value medium will not help you when you want to buy or sell in a particular area. (In case you are curious, the national media value of the house was $ 221,900 in 2006). To get a good idea of where the market in an area is located, regardless of whether the domestic value moves up or down, you need to look more than the current market in that area. You need to explore her economy, opportunities for employment and growth and its attractions.
Wyoming, with the capital city of Cheyenne, seems to be the state flying under most people's "radar." Well known as the country of cowboys and confidently sparsely inhabited with only 515,004 inhabitants in 2006, many assume that Wyoming is the middle of no country, without any effect and nothing First of all, with its spacious plains and fertile soil, Wyoming's agriculture provides the rest of the country with cattle, tail, sheep, hay and wheat, and its industries provide mining, chemical products, wood and wood, printing and publishing, machinery and, of course, tourism. The weak economy is a good indicator that the real estate market in the real estate market should remain stable and domestic values will increase.
Wyoming is also known as "forever west" and emphasizes the very essence of the American Old West, the simpler time of cowboys and cattle raids. Wyoming has become stuck in this simplicity and many of his tourist attractions are along the same line. The central state of the state is a corridor that many pioneers have followed in the West, from the plateau of burial wise to mountain mountains. Historic paths and cultural sites abound. Wyoming is probably best known as the home of the Yellowstone National Park, as well as many other national parks and Indian reserves, so you have a lot to do, whether you like to visit historical and cultural sites or want to go out in an open space for some wildlife – , fishing, hiking, boat riding, etc. Wyoming is also the site of many fossil roads sites (see the Fossil Butte National Monument), as well as wild horse and strange ranch herds. For those who want nightlife, the capital cities like Cheyenne and Laramie have clubs, theaters, dining rooms, breweries and anything else the city should offer.
Although many of Wyoming's attractions are more oriented towards the outer line, they still see many tourists every year, and another reason why the real estate market and domestic value should be reliably stable. Even their unemployment rate has fallen from 2.9% in recent years, although they say historically low 1.9% in February 1979. The median domestic income is similar to many middle western countries, at about $ 46,000 in 2005. The middle home value is relatively low, about $ 152,011.
It seems that the real estate market in Wyoming, though not rising, does not affect the proposed list as many other countries. It is one of the largest coal suppliers in the world and due to the high demand for mineral products (such as coal and gas), the eastern part of the country suffered a serious lack of work and a lack of housing. Because of this demand, the labor market exploded and construction of new apartments for the state began. As a result, much of Wyoming remains a market for sellers, unlike the rest of the country. With a lot of jobs and a strong economic future, Wyoming's domestic value ratios have not taken many hits as many other areas, and as long as these factors remain in the climb, they should have a permanent market for some time.