How to sell your home for the cheapest price in Wyoming

Cheyenne, Wyoming – Realtor Cheyennes website says its offering a $1.5 million sale for the home on the outskirts of the Wyoming city of Cheyenno, a home which was once the site of a Native American burial ground.

The property is listed for $1,495,000, according to RealtorCheyenne.com.

However, the site’s listing states that it’s for a “real estate sale for sale”.

However, in a Facebook post from November, the website claimed to have received a call from the owner of the property.

“Hello, we have received the call from a property owner in Cheyene, Wyoming who claims that her property is for sale, it is located on a 4acre parcel and is currently being advertised on Craigslist,” the post reads.

“I am not sure how much we are looking to sell it for, but the property is valued at over $1 million.

I am willing to negotiate with her to purchase the property for the sale price, and if she is interested, we can negotiate the price with the seller.”

The Cheyenne real estate website says the property was once a burial ground, but now the land has been cleared of the remains of the Native American tribe, and there are no graves.

The post claims that the home is in a state of disrepair, and it has “no current residents or anyone living there.”

It also claims that there are “no pets allowed in the home, and the dog must be microchipped”.

“I’m not going to waste any time and call the seller, I just want to get it back,” one person who claimed to be a realtor wrote on the website.

“Please contact me ASAP, we need a property listing in Cheenne and we need the owner’s contact info.”

The Realtorchey.com website has been criticised for listing properties for sale on the internet for almost a decade, with the recent popularity of Craigslist having caused the website to have to revise its policies.

“Realtors are the people that sell the real estate and the people who sell the homes, and they should be held to a higher standard,” one buyer told a local newspaper.

“We’re trying to make money and not take advantage of people’s ignorance, but we are all just people.”

The owner of Cheenenne’s real estate is a member of the Navajo Nation, and was previously a member in Cheyne, where he lived with his wife.

Cheyane is about 100 miles (161 kilometres) north of Cheyne.

“The reservation is a very rich cultural place and this is just a property that’s been there for a very long time,” Cheyany said.

“It’s one of the biggest properties in Cheyuenne, and so I think it’s a pretty good deal.”

“I have lived here for 35 years.

It’s the only place I’ve ever lived, so I’m pretty happy to have it,” he said.

Cheyoan Nation president Dina Albin says the reservation is not being gentrified and that her people are not being pushed out.

“Cheyenan Nation has always been a place of opportunity, a place where we’ve always had opportunity,” she said.

“[The reservation] is not gentrified, it’s not a place that’s going to be marketed as a housing project.

We’re trying very hard to keep our people here and stay here and to make our community strong and proud.”

Cheyan Nation is home to more than 3,000 people, according the US Census Bureau.

“They’re a beautiful people,” Albin said.

The Cheyoenne website states that the property has been vacant for 10 years.

“When I bought this property, I had to get a real estate broker to help me make a sale,” the seller wrote.

“There is no need to get rid of the land as we will be getting the money back,” the buyer added. “

This is a wonderful opportunity to sell the property to a family for whom I know the community will be very happy to know that the land was never used for any purpose other than to be used as a burial site for the tribe.”

“There is no need to get rid of the land as we will be getting the money back,” the buyer added.

“There are no dogs allowed in our home, the dog has to be microchip’d and the property owners will be required to be sterilised, but if you are interested, please contact me and we can discuss the price.”

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