Published date:June 25, 2020
Last updated date:November 15, 2023
By Caroline Kirby
Wyoming's wide-open spaces make it easy for anyone to go off the grid and disconnect for a bit. As the least populated state and over 90% of the land classified as rural, it's no wonder that many associate this state with ranchers and outlaws. However, the truth is Wyoming has been attracting tourists and inspiring adventure for many years. If you've recently purchased land in Wyoming or are interested in purchasing land in The Equality State, here are some ideas and tips to make your experience run smoothly. Mountains, rivers, national parks, winding roads, and beautiful views are all some of the main reasons non-Wyomingites are drawn to the state, but why are many interested in staying? Here are just a few reasons.
One of the highlights of looking to purchase land in Wyoming can definitely be attributed to the many tax benefits. No income, estate, inheritance, real estate, excise tax, and low property taxes make this investment a no-brainer for most. When comparing Wyoming's taxes with other states, the value will be undeniable.
Although we said Wyoming isn't just for cowboys, there's no doubt that the cowboy culture runs deep in the heart of Wyoming's history. The Western way of life is alive and well throughout the state and can be really interesting and fun for those looking for a change of pace.
A slower way of life and the small population make it easy for communities to connect here. Just because there aren't many people doesn't mean you'll be isolated, rather you'll enjoy a small-town feel. Wyoming's biggest city is Cheyenne, with one in every six Wyomingites living there. No matter where you end up, it's highly likely that you'll get to know your neighbors.
Epic climbing, summer rodeos, wildlife watching, skiing, stargazing - you name it, and Wyoming has it. That's why many in Wyoming say that no matter where you are in the state, you're "not far from your next outdoor adventure."
You probably could have guessed that Wyoming has intense, cold winters. Beach lovers and those that hate the snow need not move here. However, if you love a white winter holiday (and amazing air quality), then the Equality State could work well for you.
Year after year, Wyoming ranks highly for an all-around great state for physical health, financial stability, social wellbeing, and a sense of community. If you're looking to extend your life expectancy, this may not be a bad place to look.
Not quite sure what you want to do with your Wyoming land? No worries, there are plenty of options. Manufacturing and mineral extractions, cropland, and pastures are all common and realistic uses of land in Wyoming. Whether you're looking to invest in a quality piece of land or you're interested in settling down, Wyoming land has a lot to offer. You can check out LandHub.com's current listings to see what properties are available in Wyoming.
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