New Mexico Real Estate News
Santa Fe, New Mexico, has some incredible architecture. The “Santa Fe Style” is definitely unique to the city. The original Spanish town was laid out in what’s called the Law of the Indies, a unique set of city planning rules established in the 1500s. Later, during the early 1900s, the city actually passed an ordinance creating a unified city look. Since then, the Spanish Pueblo Revival look has been the main building style of Santa Fe, creating a unique look. Later, Territoriaread more..
Albuquerque, New Mexico has got quite a few good things going for it. It's sunny over 300 days out of the year, but the air is dry which means none of the usual summer pests will be present (mosquitos). It also has great scenery despite being in a desert due to things like the Sandia mountains. The city is also leading the country's major cities in parks, with over a quarter of the city being gorgeous public park space. The cost of living in Albuquerque is average, with 101 points to the natioread more..
The East Mountains area of New Mexico isn’t exactly a single city or town. Instead, it’s an area made up of Cedar Crest, Tijeras, Sandia Park, and other areas. The location offers beautiful views of the mountains, plus it’s fairly close to Albuquerque. Residents have the small town feel many of them love, but are close enough to drive to events and stores in Albuquerque. In addition to providing a nice, relaxing atmosphere that doesn’t seem to beread more..
New Mexico’s capital city, Santa Fe, is one of the oldest cities in the U.S. The city is known for its arts and culture and as a popular destination for retirement. Santa Fe also has a good sized LGBT population, too. In fact, some people say that there’s no real gay district—all of Santa Fe is incredibly gay friendly. The city is fairly diverse and laid back. In fact, there aren’t really that many gay or lesbian bars in the city—there are just bars wheread more..
Albuquerque is the largest city in New Mexico, so it’s no surprise that there are a few large LGBT neighborhoods. These communities often intersect with Albuquerque’s large Hispanic and Native American communities. The result is that there aren’t really “gay communities” in the city because of the blending of all of the various cultural groups. Instead, you’re very likely to find LGBT homeowners in just about every community. However, the Nob Hill district isread more..
This community is located in the Albuquerque Basin on the west bank of the Grande in the county of Valencia. The basin is a beautiful, rural agricultural area that has some desert areas and many people commute to work to Albuquerque from here. The land here is very flat and the place has a peaceful, rural character. Los Lunas is a very small with a population of 14,835 and many residents live in the hills overlooking the verdant fields everyday. The motto of the town isread more..
Rio Rancho, dubbed the “City of Vision” by President Kennedy, is the largest and fastest growing city in New, Mexico. The population of 87,521 is part of the Albuquerque Metropolitan Statistical Area and is known for being very gay friendly. The area that was first founded by the Spanish in 1710 is named after a housing development called “Rio Rancho Estates” that was first developed in 1961. The city really began to bloom after the opening of a large Inread more..
If you are looking for a relaxed resort-like place to live our Santa Fe gay realtor recommends this city and its geography, which is a combination of desert and mountain peaks. The metropolis is very LGBT-friendly with many amazing art galleries, boutiques, spas, clubs and restaurants. It is also a surprisingly affordable place for people to live and it has a large retirement community. Santa Fe is known by its zip codes as it is a sprawling area. One of the most desirable and expensive pread more..
Living in any of the gay realtors Santa Fe recommended top neighborhoods is like living in a resort area. If there is one thing Santa Fe is known for, it is great outdoor life-style opportunities. It is situated near amazing ancient Indian healing grounds and it is surrounded by mountain peaks and magnificent desert landscapes. This charming place with its boutiques, cafes, galleries and great shopping also boasts amazing low-end and high-end cuisine. It also has unique weather for its locread more..
Gay real estate Santa Fe recommends that buyers and sellers work with licensed real estate agents because there are a lot of sharks and outright con artists that are in the business. One of the main kinds of mortgage fraud has to do when someone uses another person’s identity to obtain a mortgage that they never would have gotten if the truth about the applicant was told. This type of mortgage fraud is called using a “straw buyer.” The straw buyer is someone who has good credread more..
Despite being the second largest city in the state of New Mexico the city of Albuquerque feels like living in the country, especially the North and Northwest areas of the city. It is situated just west of the Sandian Mountains and the Rio Grande River flows through the city from north to south. Albuquerque is at one of the highest elevations of any city in the United States and has a semi-arid climate with temperatures that can reach into the nineties. The city is known for its afforead more..
It seems that it is all too common nowadays for a buyer’s loan to fall through even after the deposit money and other fees have been put in escrow. Gay realtors Santa Fe has seen sellers practically have a nervous breakdown at the news that a deal has fallen through simply because they may be depending on that money to help them seal the deal on their next house and also to move. Gay realtors Sante Fe has noticed that the failure of a loan to be approved impacts a lot more people thread more..
Albuquerque’s nascent housing recovery got a solid boost in September, when closed sales of detached homes in the greater Albuquerque metro area exceeded sales for the same month in 2011 by 26 percent. This marks the 15th consecutive month of year-over-year increases in detached home sales. There were 884 pending sales of detached homes, a 9.27 percent increase over the same month the prior year, according to the Greater Albuquerque Association of Realtors. “Even with the traditionread more..
If you are thinking of moving to a quiet metropolis gay realtors Albuquerque recommends this city’s great residential neighborhoods. For the most part almost all of Albuquerque has been a very progressive place for LGBT individuals to live for decades now. One of the most popular gay-friendly areas in Albuquerque is called North Valley. Thus place is quite expensive and a bit like living in the country. Many people in this area have small hobby farms complete with chickens and goats. read more..
Gay realtor Albuquerque notes that Southwestern home styles have become even more cosmopolitan in design than ever, especially in the high-end suburbs where the old adobe styles have melded with contemporary lines and “green” touches such as beautiful solar panels and rain troughs that collect water for use indoors. In Albuquerque, known as Duke City to the residents, you will mainly see a mix of Spanish and Native American influences. One of the most common features tharead more..
Albuquerque offers some of the best real estate for gay and lesbian individuals or couples seeking to move to affordable and peaceful households according to gay realtor Albuquerque. Albuquerque is the location of many gay and lesbian real estate agents who are willing to help others in their quest for a new home. A top gay Albuquerque real estate agent ranks Albuquerque as having some of the best gay neighborhoods in the country. It is recommended that anyone regardless of their sexual orientatread more..
Gay realtor Sante Fe has noted the number of long distance buyers when it comes to investment properties these days. Many of them are looking for homes or multi-unit apartment buildings that they can rent out. Looking for information online is a great way to scope out a potential property whether you live in Sante Fe or live quite far away are looking to invest in properties in suburban or downtown Sante Fe. It is quite easy to get a very good idea of what a property might be like because mostread more..