There was much to do about how the pandemic would impact the housing market in Wyoming: whether folks would downsize or upgrade, whether there would be an influx of buyers. Well, energy and natural resources reporter Cooper McKim spoke with Lingle Representative and broker owner Shelly Duncan to get a feeling for what actually unfolded a year later.

Shelly Duncan: So, you have a lot of people who are relocating from, say, on their farm. They’ve decided that, ‘Okay, now’s the time. The markets good. So, rates are low.’ Or they just had the right person come along and say, ‘Hey, you know, would you be interested in selling.’ We’ve had a lot of that happen. So, we’ve had a lot of people for farm and ranch that they sell the farm and they move into town: downsizing. We also have, keep in mind… people during the pandemic were having to homeschool their kids, well, if you normally…

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