I am (desperately) looking for a one/two bedroom house. I currently received approval w/section 8 Voucher program and I am disable w/two medium/large senior dogs (they both are very inactive but raised indoors), they are both 12 years old, my male is 89% blind w/getting old issues and my female has Cancer. They have been with me for 12 years and rehoming is not an option. With section 8 voucher they give you a limited time to relocate before the voucher expires and I really could use help as I also am reaching my senior years and am disabled. Moving is not one of my favorite things to do, so I am looking for a long term relationship with the new place that I rent. I have been in my current house for almost 8 years and have great rental history and high credit rating as well, what I don't have much of, is time to relocate. Please help, any hints or roads to take on this adventure would be highly appreciated. Thanks, Cyndi Banzer 503 875 6948 or firstname.lastname@example.org... more
It depends on which side of the coin your on. When all the work was here for methane, it was a Sellers market. The prices were high due to the demand. Now that the work has dropped off it is a Buyers market and the prices have dropped about 20-30,000 on most the properties if not more. As far as owning a place with methane , some that had old mineral rights made out like bandits I think. Others had their well dry up.
I know of some old ranches that the methane allowed them to get things and pay off loans that they probably couldnt before. Others lost their good water supplies though. When Wyoming loses its good ground water what do you have left? Some were getting 60,000 a month in mineral royalties or higher while oters were getting only surface damage rights and payments. This is all just my opinion though Hope this helps... more