Yes, we have values here that still resonate with most people, and perhaps that adds value to our special properties. We think value and values are closely correlated. We think that the "old-fashioned" values help add value to real estate, because people want to live, work and play in areas where they can trust one another, where they feel safe, earn a decent living and enjoy their lives. This is a unique place where you can enjoy the "Sheridan Lifestyle". We think the value of our properties is tied to quality; quality land, quality of investment and quality of life. Quality properties have always sold in the Sheridan market and we think the trend will continue. We're fortunate to live in an area where we are blessed with the riches of abundant natural resources, including coal, oil and gas, in addition to the extraordinary outdoor recreation and wonderful lifestyle offered here.
There are many reasons to live, work and play in Sheridan. Whether you're looking for an investment opportunity or a great lifestyle, or both, we have it. Sheridan and the surrounding area, which includes Big Horn and thousands of acres of our wonderful Big Horn Mountains and the vast ranch land of Powder River Country, offers opportunities to enjoy life in a more relaxed setting with a high quality of life . At the end of the day, you can "hang your hat" in Sheridan, WY knowing that your family is safe, your taxes are low and you can actually enjoy your investments. Read more about Sheridan and Wyoming, where we have low unemployment, a state surplus, and some great investment opportunities.
When you invest in any property, you're making an investment in more than just the property. If it's a commercial property for, whether you live there or not, you are investing in the greater economy in which the property is located. Similarly, when investing in a home, you are investing in a community as well as your family and your dreams. After all, most people invest in their homes for more than just financial reasons. We like to believe that people still invest in their families and lifestyles by purchasing homes that suit both. Although home buyers can and will see the values of their homes increase over time, it is likely to take time and not be inflated the way it has been in the past decade or so. While the homes appreciate in value, hopefully families are growing together and enjoying their lives.
In an economy where uncertainty is certain, where corruption, fraud and dishonesty have left investors with real losses, it might be comforting to know that we still have real values and value. From high-end properties to income producing properties and cash-cow businesses, we have something to offer.
We think the value of our properties is tied to quality; quality land, quality of investment and quality of life. Quality properties have always sold in the Sheridan market and we think the trend will continue. We're fortunate to live in an area where we are blessed with the riches of abundant natural resources, including coal, oil and gas, in addition to the extraordinary outdoor recreation and wonderful lifestyle offered here.
COMING THIS SUMMER IN SHERIDAN AND BIG HORN
This summer, we'll have 10-14 goal polo at the Flying H Polo Club and our local club, the Big Horn Polo Club, will offer Sunday games at the Big Horn Equestrian Center. This is excellent action for spectators. We will also have outstanding rodeo events, such as the Sheridan WYO Rodeo for 2009, which will surely excite spectators as will the World Championship Indian Relay Races. Furthermore, we have the best golf in Wyoming at the Powder Horn Golf Community- a 27-hole championship course and we have all kinds of outdoor adventures for the serious sportsman or the more casual recreation seeker. The wonderful Big Horn Mountains and the Bighorn National Forest offer scenic drives, hikes, backpacking, fishing, camping, boating, etc., just to name a few activities. Maybe you like horseback riding. Try out one of our world-famous dude ranches, but be careful; they've "hooked" a lot of people and once "hooked, it's impossible to get the Sheridan Lifestyle out of your mind and soul!
SHERIDAN & BIG HORN
Along the eastern slope of Wyoming's Big Horn Mountains stretches one of the most beautiful, desirable, and valuable real estate markets in the American West. Sheridan, Wyoming and the surrounding area offers a once-in-a-lifetime real estate opportunity for individuals in search of a perfect piece of the historic West and a solid investment opportunity.
From large working ranches, which offer multiple and diverse enterprise operations, to properties with mineral interests, sporting properties for hunting and fishing, or beautiful estates, this region is rich with investment quality properties.
The growth and popularity of Sheridan is not new; the pioneering spirit of the West is as alive today as it always has been. The Sheridan area is experiencing one of its strongest demand periods, due primarily to mineral exploration and production. Additionally, Wyoming's favorable tax climate, the Sheridan area's beauty and the people who live here, create an outstanding quality of life , which further adds to the demand. Above all else however, Land is still king and those who own ranches like those featured on our website are rarely traded. Their scarcity is truly a testament to both their intrinsic and monetary value.
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Welcome to Sheridan, WY- the recipient of another award . We've been named in the Top-10 Neighborhoods in America .
For those of us who live here, this is no surprise. This really is a great place to live, work and play.
Feel free to share with us your experiences in this great place .
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Welcome to the OH . This gem has historical significance in the Sheridan and Big Horn area. Once home to Chief Crazy Horse and then home to Oliver Henry “Noll” Wallop and his heirs, the OH has never had a building; just the Plains Indians, the Wallop family, horses, cattle and wildlife have enjoyed it. Now it awaits your lifestyle. With just over 200 total acres, the OH, nestled in the Trabing Creek drainage and bordered by conservation easements, is as good as it gets.
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