The tenth largest U.S. state by area, Wyoming is the least populous with a state population of 550,000. Wyoming is bordered by Montana on the north, South Dakota and Nebraska on the east, Colorado to the south, Utah to the southwest, and Idaho to the west. The largest city in Wyoming is Cheyenne, it is also the state capital. Cheyenne and Casper are the two cities in Wyoming with populations over 50,000. Seven cities have populations over 20,000 giving great opportunity for community living in condominiums.
With Yellowstone National Park and the Grand Tetons in Jackson Hole, tourism plays a large role in Wyoming’s economic industry. Mineral commodities including coal, natural gas, coalbed methane, crude oil, uranium, and trona are the largest industries, commonly located near fast growing urban communities where condos are in high demand.
Dominated by the mountain rangelands of the Rocky Mountains through central and western Wyoming the eastern portion of the state is prairie, known as High Plains. Outdoor activities are plentiful in Wyoming, and with 91% of the state classified as rural, nature is never far from your front door. The climate in Wyoming is considered semi-arid continental, making many outdoor activities possible, with rarely humid, typically windy and prone to extreme cold winters and hot summers.
Unique to Wyoming, the state does not levy individual or corporate income tax. Additionally, Wyoming does not assess any tax on retirement income earned and received from another state.