According to the U.S Department of agriculture, property value in Wyoming increased by 4.7% in 2012. The average price increased from $428.85 in 2011 to $450 per acre in 2012. However, land prices in Wyoming are the lowest in the Mount West Region.
According to property experts in Wyoming, land with energy potential drives up the value of prices in the region. Proximity to wilderness and scenic views have been singled out as two factors that bring people to Wyoming. In the last few years, there has been an increase in the number of people looking for land in this state.
There has been an increase in demand for farm land and those looking for ranches.In the western part of Wyoming, one of the things that draws investors is close proximity between public and private land. Parcels are larger and subdivisions are fairly minimal. Higher amenity value is another thing that determines the value of land in Wyoming. For instance, the closer a land is to a mountain range, the higher you will pay for it and so forth.
Wyoming land can sell for between $7,000 and $9,000 per acre. This can make it seem impossible for people to get into ranching easily unless they have lots of cash. Brooks Ranchland changes that with ranch parcels available at a good price with easy financing. Visit our website or call us at 877.468.9802.