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Old 09-28-2010, 08:51 AM
 
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Thanks for all of the info. My husband and I enjoyed our visit to Wyoming.. so, now the question is Casper and BBrookes Ranch? It seems as though this is a good spot being so close to the city...any thoughts?
Another barren, windswept, brutal climate area development to avoid, IMO.

You're not going to find a "nice place" in Wyoming dealing with these land developers who specialize in maximizing the dollar value of low productivity dryland ranches. There's a reason why these properties are inexpensively priced and aggressively marketed to out of state buyers with owner carry contracts at a low monthly price ... they don't sell well into the local, knowledgeable buyer marketplace because they're not very good values or properties.

I think you might do better to decide upon an area of Wyoming that interests you for reasons other than the perceived very low cost of a 40 acre parcel ... and then deal with a local real estate agent to find a suitable property for your needs and budget. A place with water, utilities, services, and better sited ... perhaps even with an existing residence and outbuildings and structures in place. In today's marketplace, you may find what you want at an affordable price and a much better deal ....
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Old 09-28-2010, 11:05 AM
 
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Another barren, windswept, brutal climate area development to avoid, IMO.

You're not going to find a "nice place" in Wyoming dealing with these land developers who specialize in maximizing the dollar value of low productivity dryland ranches. There's a reason why these properties are inexpensively priced and aggressively marketed to out of state buyers with owner carry contracts at a low monthly price ... they don't sell well into the local, knowledgeable buyer marketplace because they're not very good values or properties.

I think you might do better to decide upon an area of Wyoming that interests you for reasons other than the perceived very low cost of a 40 acre parcel ... and then deal with a local real estate agent to find a suitable property for your needs and budget. A place with water, utilities, services, and better sited ... perhaps even with an existing residence and outbuildings and structures in place. In today's marketplace, you may find what you want at an affordable price and a much better deal ....
Well said Sunsprit
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