emilymedvec: 4394 Laughing Crow Santa Fe NM 87507 MLS 201303138 $359,000 - 09/29/13 12:06 PM

See latest video home tour click here. Are you still looking for a home in Santa Fe to fit your lifestyle change and budget? This home in the Nava Ada subdivision with a community pool, club house and affordable homeowner's association dues could be your answer if you are relocating, retiring or downsizing. Built in 1999, this popular Sunflower model with 2034 square feet of living space could be you next move. The home is located on a cul-de-sac next to green space and walking trails gives you theadded benefit of privacy and quiet.
This one level home with … (8 comments)

emilymedvec: 2 Estrella de la Manana Santa Fe NM 87508 MLS 201303149 $588K - 09/08/13 01:14 PM

Imagine an atrium with ceilings soaring to the sky? Next, you do not have build a guest house someday because finally there is home with one designed with your privacy in mind. And then for those who do not want the ordinary and are seeking a more unique home, this one offers you space, light, views and a floor plan that works for your Santa Fe lifestyle. Beyond the master suite, your other bedrooms provide options for a range of other uses, such as an office, studio or media room. Nearly every room is light filled and spacious with windows … (6 comments)

emilymedvec: 4405 Autumn Leaf Ln Santa Fe NM 87507 Nava Ade MLS 201204006 - 09/01/12 03:52 PM
4405 Autumn Leaf Ln Santa Fe NM 87507 NAVA ADE MLS 201204006

The inside scoop about this Santa Fe home opportunity is simple. First there is a $2000 Seller credit toward your closing costs. Second it is now on the market for the lst time in years in the heart of Santa Fe’s southside. Finally you can own a fine home and begin a Santa Fe lifestyle at an affordable price. The asking price of $275,800 is an opportunity in the Santa Fe real estate market today.
Now imagine a home where you can chill out with A/C or … (3 comments)

emilymedvec: 11 Paseo Luna Blanca Santa Fe NM 87508 MLS 201201813 - 07/15/12 01:42 PM
This is a nearly new home in Santa Fe New Mexico In the Ranchoviejo Viejo subdivision where walking trails are forever. Right now I am taking advantage of the A/C refrigerated air in a busy open house. Why busy? Our Santa Fe market is active given prices and interest rates. Today this home is getting second looks because of the real artist studio ideal for a painter. The home has mountain views and easy access to nature and everything important.plus the Seller is offering a $2,000 credit toward your (the buyer) closing costs. If you miss the open house which will … (7 comments)

emilymedvec: Santa Fe Real Estate: FAQ Endangered Neighbors! - 06/25/12 08:08 PM

Relocating to Santa Fe, New Mexico can be an opportunity to connect with blue skies, clean air and an occasional endangered species. This was my experience this morning. Although this young creature is endangered, she is not dangerous. In fact, although she looks like a relative of the dinosaur age, she was moving in today as a tenant on my land. We exchanged glances this morning when I was watering a wild mountain mahogany bush just at sunrise while she was busy eating a breakfast of tiny ants. She must have know I had my iphone and paused long enough … (15 comments)

emilymedvec: Santa Fe Real Estate: FAQ On Green Homes - 06/24/12 03:19 PM

A new trend in Santa Fe real estate today is all about making existing homes more green and building green homes. What is a green home? In general, a green home is environmental friendly in its design and energy efficient in its use of natural resources. A green home begins with the intention of reducing a home’s impact on our environment and on our health. Homes in America now are responsible for 22% of the total energy consumption as well as 21% of total carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. By taking advantage of passive solar construction, green building technologies, built with … (7 comments)

emilymedvec: Santa Fe From Behind the Camera - 06/24/12 10:49 AM

Do you ever turn a corner and see something new? Santa Fe from behind the camera is all about what I often see next. This climbing natural wonder caught my eye as I rounded a corner behind Rio Chama on my early morning walk. The restaurant was still asleep and the parking lot empty as I took a walk downtown near our round State Capitol. This gentle Wisteria vine now with leaves wide awake and gently leaning against an adobe wall whispered “make my picture” and tell my story. Many of you may know this perennial climbing vine. It has … (8 comments)

emilymedvec: Santa Fe NM LAND ON SALE With Financing Available! - 06/19/12 06:20 PM

SANTA FE NM LAND ON SALE WITH FINANCING AVAILABLE. It is true and like everything in life and real estate these opportunities are not forever. First the lots for sale are all bank owned by one bank. Every residential lot has been very recently appraised and the price is on average 5% below appraisal. Financing is available to qualified domestic and foreign buyers and there is NO requirement to build. It is NOW possible to buy and hold Santa Fe land again with bank financing for select bank owned lots. Or you can convert the purchase to a construction loan … (2 comments)

emilymedvec: Thank You ActiveRain for 300,000 SEO Miles! - 06/17/12 05:33 PM

This surreal cat is in my studio for one reason only. She triggers my imagination to do something new everyday. Well, she did it again! She helped me fly into the ActiveRain stratosphere of the 300,000 point zone. Of course, I could not have done this without the support of my blog subscribers and new friends who commented and encouraged me to keep doing what I love most... telling stories about Santa Fe and Santa Fe real estate in pictures and words.What is different this time is my surreal cat was determined to fly 100,000 points higher in less than … (80 comments)

emilymedvec: Santa Fe In Black and White... - 06/13/12 08:34 PM

Do you ever wonder what Santa Fe may have looked like before color film was a new hot technology? Today, I did and decided to let my imagination rule. The image is all about what happened when I stopped to look at a wagon. This one is no longer transporting goods and people along the Old Santa Fe Trail. Today, it is more a home to bright colorful flowers. You will to use your imagination to see their color. I wondered what the wagon may have looked like in a black and white western movie.And then it got me thinking … (16 comments)

emilymedvec: Residential Land Is Selling In Santa Fe New Mexico! - 06/11/12 08:10 PM

Hello! Residential land is selling in Santa Fe, New Mexico! Here is one more example. This residential building lot at 1409 Hickox St is now SOLD. We represented the Seller of this bank owned lot located within 2.5 miles of Santa Fe’s Historic Plaza and within 500 feet of the original Camino Real Trail. The asking price was $75,000 and there was bank land sale financing available with incredible terms: 20 percent down, 5 year balloon and a no build requirement. This dirt was deal and a smart buyer did the math and jumped off the fence.Now, it is not … (7 comments)

emilymedvec: Santa Fe Real Estate: FAQ Red or Green? - 06/09/12 04:23 PM

Normally Santa Fe real estate questions are more about Santa Fe than real estate. At least this is the case when someone wakes up one morning after dreaming about Santa Fe and ready to make a lifestyle change. Given our community is known as The City Different, these FAQs may often appear equally different as well. This time I am turning the table on you with a question you will be asked every time you sit down to eat in one of the many of our Santa Fe restaurants. And I do not mean any of the ubiquitous fast food … (0 comments)

emilymedvec: Santa Fe Real Estate: FAQ Dog Park Social Networking - 06/09/12 02:25 PM
In Santa Fe you can social network off line and off leash!

Santa Fe is known as a dog friendly community. And our dog parks are great social networking locations for you and your companions. Most locals will say and many visitors will even agree that Santa Fe has gone to the dogs. Why?
Water dishes are common in front of local shops and our community has several pet-friendly hotels. All Santa Fe Parks and Plaza areas are officially open to the public from 6:00 AM until 10:00 PM every day except when our city officials have approved other … (7 comments)

emilymedvec: Santa Fe Real Estate: FAQ The Markets - 06/09/12 11:12 AM

 
 
When people say “markets” in Santa Fe, they are not always talking about our real estate market. Often they are talking about the other markets that eventually bring people to Santa Fe for the first time as visitors. In fact, these markets are so unique to Santa Fe they are now traditions reflecting the rich diversity of our creative Santa Fe lifestyle and Hispanic and Native American roots. If you are planning a visit to Santa Fe during any of these market events, make sure you have your hotel, B and B or short term rental accommodations booked … (3 comments)

emilymedvec: Santa Fe Real Estate: FAQ On Talking Santa Fe - 06/06/12 06:38 PM

What on earth is "talking" Santa Fe? This is a very short list of many of the main words that today make up our local lingo which is sometimes called "talking" Santa Fe. Many of them were words I began to learn when I first passed through Santa Fe in 1968 and then finally settled here in the early 1990’s. Others are the ones “you” frequently ask me about all the time when we begin the process of helping you relocate to Santa Fe to make your lifestyle change.Acequia - A hand-made irrigation ditch for water maintained by a local community … (12 comments)

emilymedvec: Santa Fe Real Estate: FAQ Any Weather Disasters? - 06/06/12 03:39 PM

Are there any weather disasters or extreme weather in Santa Fe, NM? Let’s face it some places have more extreme weather than others making them more riskier places to live or relocate to in the future. Santa Fe has a remarkable low risk for extreme weather unless you consider our sunshine, blue skies and fresh air as extreme weather!There is extremely low earthquake risk and Santa Fe is not considered to be a hurricane or tornado risk community. Here are some interesting facts:
the largest tornado within 50 miles of Santa Fe was in 1981 and classified as an F1 … (5 comments)

emilymedvec: Santa Fe Real Estate: Land Financing Available Las Campanas Golf Lot - 06/06/12 11:22 AM

LAND FINANCING AVAILABLE LAS CAMPANAS PRIME GOLF LOT! It is true. Seller financing is now available with 20% down payment ($15,000) for a Santa Fe Las Campanas Golf Community residential lot improved lot on the lst Hole of the Jack Nicklaus Sunrise Course! A land purchase with financing is beyond rare today. The asking price is $75,000. You can buy now and build without stress as there is a NO build requirement for this bank owned lot. With only $15,000 down your monthly payment would be $490.25. There is a five year balloon on the financing. You have the time … (2 comments)

emilymedvec: Santa Fe Real Estate: FAQ Is The Air Clean? - 06/04/12 06:31 PM

It is hard for many people to believe that the air is Santa Fe is beyond clean. According to the first World Health Organization survey of air pollution around the world, Santa Fe, New Mexico’s air quality rating is one of the best in the world. The WHO survey reported the city of Santa Fe and the city of Whitehorse in the Canadian Yukon were the cities with the best rankings. The WHO measured the air quality by the number of airborne particles smaller than 10 micrometers or PM10s in nearly 1,100 cities. Whitehorse had a yearly average amount of … (8 comments)

emilymedvec: A Rose Is A Rose...Except in Santa Fe - 06/04/12 06:53 AM

For most people, a rose is a rose is a rose, except in Santa Fe. Here we have a park of roses officially named the Cornell Rose Garden but called “Rose” park by the locals. It is an extraordinary peaceful place to be to not only smell the roses but to soak up the beauty of nature. It truly is worth getting of your car to wander amongst the flowers and sit down and listen to the birds. This is what I did this morning on my way to walk in a different neighborhood.You might be wondering about the rest … (9 comments)

emilymedvec: Santa Fe Real Estate: FAQ Gem? Fixer? Get Home Inspection! - 06/03/12 06:32 PM

Buyers how do you know your fixer is not a diamond in the rough or your gem is not a fixer? The appearance of a home can be deceiving especially if you are relocating from outside of Santa Fe. Why? Santa Fe is known as the City Different and in many ways our housing fits the same category. Our roofs are flat. Some of our homes in the Historic Districts are made of mud. Although our climate is in the high desert, mold and termites manage to survive and enjoy our clean air, 7500 feet above sea level altitude and … (2 comments)

 
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