Why Jackson Wyoming Should Be Your New Home

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The picturesque scenery and national parks bring many visitors to Wyoming each year. However, many people are finding that it is not just a great place to visit, but a great place to live and to do business in as well. Wyoming is one of the least densely populated states, with only around 563,000 residents throughout the state. Wyoming is also a great state to do business in, and has no corporate or personal income tax.

Tourists and residents alike enjoy the scenic views and the variety of outdoor activities Wyoming has to offer all year round. Jackson Wyoming is well known for its breathtaking mountain views, its ski resorts, and its close proximity to Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks. The area is home to more than 100 different species of birds, 60 different species of mammals, and at least half a dozen species of fish.

While it has been a popular tourist destination for many years, the Jackson Hole valley has also been gaining more permanent residents. Rather than renting a place for a short visit, there are more and more people interested in Jackson and Jackson Hole real estate for sale. Some are looking for investment properties, others are relocating. There are also some who have rented in the past and who are, for the first time buying homes in Jackson.

According to data from 2011, Jackson has a population of 9,710. The crime rate is less than half of the national average, and the average commute to work takes only 12 minutes in Jackson. It is no wonder that those who are looking into, for possibly the first time buying homes have been looking at this area of Wyoming. There are Jackson hole luxury real estate agencies available for those who are interested in purchasing a home, as well as some who rent homes in the area. There are even luxury log homes for sale or for rent.

6 thoughts on “Why Jackson Wyoming Should Be Your New Home

  1. That sounds amazing. I have lived in Brooklyn my whole life, and have never been further west than Buffalo. Now, I am planning to visit Jackson, and Yellowstone. Thanks!

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