Wyoming has experienced a “population boom over the last year.”
Unfortunately, new housing isn’t keeping pace.
“Fewer homes are being used as rentals and are now being flipped to sell to out-of-state buyers . . .” said one realtor.
Wyoming’s culture tends to draw newcomers from California and New York. This coupled with a very high apartment occupancy rate is making renting increasingly expensive across the state.
Multiple roommates in single-family homes are increasingly common in Cheyenne as well, though the demand to get along is greater in smaller spaces.
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