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Are you considering retiring in New Mexico? This state has a reputation for attracting musicians and artists to communities like Taos, Silver City, and Santa Fe. Although the retirees in New Mexico have to contend with many tourists, their presence has helped to foster great restaurants. This makes it an ideal location for foodies who like to try out different foods.
Do you own property in Wyoming? If you do, are you considering moving to the state in the near future? Here are several things that you should know about living in Wyoming:
Laramie has 31,000 residents, which makes it about half the size of Cheyenne, and less than one-quarter the size of Ft. Collins, Colorado. Both of these cities are less than a few hours drive from town. Laramie's smaller size helps it retain its small town charm. It is a city where you will get to know your neighbors who will be eager to welcome you into the community and show you around. The friendly people and relaxed quality of life are just some of the reasons that Laramie boasts of having some of the most hospitable Wyoming real estate.
Retirees looking to maximize their savings and retirement income should consider ranches for sale in Wyoming. It's a state with wide opens space, a clean environment, and very little crime. It's one of the safest and most peaceful places to live, not just in the United States, but in the world. Here is deeper insight on why buying land in "The Equality State" has many advantages.
In the state of Wyoming, there are several giant ranches from which The Brooks Companies are offering acreage for sale. Pine Ridge Ranch is 115 miles northwest of the state capital in Cheyenne,; Remington Ranch is 20 miles east of Cheyenne; and the Diamond B Ranch is 24 miles northeast of the capital. The BB Brooks Ranch is situated near the historic town of Casper in Wyoming, and was established by a 19th century governor of the state.