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Central Wyoming Housing, Economy Information Meeting in Casper

June 2, 2016

Effects of the energy industry’s downturn on central Wyoming’s housing and economy will be described during a free public session in Casper Tuesday, June 7.

The presentation is 6-7 p.m. at the Natrona County extension office at the Agricultural Resource and Learning Center, 2011 Fairgrounds Road, according to Hannah Swanbom, community development educator with University of Wyoming Extension.

“The oil and coal/energy industry decline has really affected residents in the area and, as a result, our housing market is changing from the previous years,” she says.

The Wyoming Multiple Listing Service and Casper Board of Realtors have joined with UW Extension to provide the session.

The number of houses on the market and in foreclosure has shifted.

Swanbom says a variety of speakers will attend the session to help provide information.

“We hope to reach out and educate the general public about the current market conditions,” Swanbom says. “We will have a variety of speakers at the session and look forward to helping answer questions.”

Contact Swanbom at (307) 235-9400 or for more information.

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