Are you looking for the picturesque white picket fence? Obtaining it may be a lot easier in the Cowboy state.

The American Dream can mean different things to different people. For some it's obtaining that job you've fantasized about to provide for you and your family or opening your own restaurant that's all your own. For others it's just a matter of owning a home.

It's no surprise that home ownership is more attainable in some state over others.

Recently MarketWatch took a look at home ownership trends among millennials. What they found, looking at the real estate site Zillow, is that 65% of millennials believe that owning a home is a major slice of the American Dream pie. Despite home ownership number hitting record lows for those between 18 and 35 (only 35% of young adults own a home), the dream is still very much alive.

It's a complicated balance of living in the state you want and making enough money to make that purchase.

The results that MarketWatch recently posted were compiled from the percentage of unemployed millennials in each state and the percentage of those who owned a home. In addition, they looked at median home values and median homeowner expenses. Wyoming ranked among the best states to achieve this part of the American Dream. 12-17 percent of millennials who live in Wyoming are home owners. Other states who have that same average are Idaho, Utah, North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Minnesota, Iowa and Alaska. The lowest percentages came from states like California and New York.