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    SOLD on Tourism

    By Stephanie Prescott | July 31, 2019

    Cheyenne and the Laramie County area are mostly comprised of folks who visited the area or had to live here for a short period of time because of work and later decided to make it their long-standing home. Tourism is a primary way we connect to Cheyenne and Laramie County’s future residents. We love having... Read More

    A Word From Our Agents: Mark Puett

    By Stephanie Prescott | July 31, 2019

    Our Agents make our organization have the heart that is so important to us at RE/MAX Capitol Properties. Mark Puett shared with us why enjoys working at RE/MAX Capitol Properties. “Choose me and RE/MAX for market knowledge and marketing depth locally, outside Cheyenne and online. We are a resource ready to assist you with all... Read More

    Go for Broke!

    By Steve Prescott | July 26, 2019

    Celebrated each year on July 26, National All or Nothing Day allows people to throw caution to the wind and go for broke. We all have dreams we hold back, decisions left to make or plans uncompleted. On National All or Nothing Day people break free of everything holding them back. Everyone has at least one thing... Read More

    SOLD on Carbs

    By Stephanie Prescott | July 25, 2019

    Pancakes are the jam and we are sold on the carbs that come with the deliciously free breakfast. The Pancake Breakfast is a community tradition that is put on by the Kiwanis Club &  the Cheyenne Frontier Days Indian Committee. They take place beginning at 7 a.m. to  9 a.m. in the Cheyenne Depot Plaza.... Read More

    Man Cave On a Budget

    By Steve Prescott | July 24, 2019

    Whether you’re trying to spiff up your man cave or thinking about gift ideas for Father’s Day, here are some high impact options that won’t break the bank. Bar Upgrades Bottle openers – You can rifle through a drawer every time you want to crack open a bottle or you can just install a wall-mounted bottle... Read More

    SOLD on Speed

    By Stephanie Prescott | July 22, 2019

    Recently the Cheyenne Housing market has taken off! Like the Thunderbirds, Cheyenne and Laramie County has the need for speed when it comes to buying houses. Currently the houses in Cheyenne have been selling so quickly it can be sometimes hard to keep up with a transaction. We wanted to share with you how our... Read More

    SOLD on the West

    By Stephanie Prescott | July 17, 2019

    What you need to know about Cheyenne, Wyoming, is we are the true “western culture.” Our community may not always dress western, we don’t always have the western twangs in our accents but our culture is the true “western culture.” We live in the magic plains where innovation met the golden prairie. We are a... Read More

    A Word From Our Agents: Rebecca Hess

    By Stephanie Prescott | July 10, 2019

    In today’s society there is a “Do It Yourself” type of attitude, especially in Wyoming. We have the grit, determination and abilities to do whatever we put our minds to. However, this same kind of attitude can be limiting in a forever changing industry. Real Estate is an industry that can have it’s challenges. Working... Read More

    SOLD on Wyoming

    By Stephanie Prescott | July 8, 2019

    With much of the critical infrastructure work complete, the restoration of the Wyoming Capitol is now focused on returning historic decorative elements aimed to reestablish the grandeur of the state’s architectural treasure. The 130-year-old Capitol desperately needed repair to address dangerous life safety issues and to ensure that the building would be saved for future... Read More

    243 Years of Remembrance

    By Stephanie Prescott | July 5, 2019

    Each year on July 4th, the United States celebrates Independence Day. This federal holiday commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, declaring independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain. For nearly 250 years, the country has been celebrating a day in history that inspires us still today. On July 4th, speeches... Read More