Albuquerque & Rio Rancho Real Estate

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2010 

In as much as I wanted the Lobos to win today, I must admit, they really came up short.  It was as if they didn't show up for the  game; they were blown away by the Washington, 82-64.  This, on a day when we witnessed the top ranked University of Kansas defeated by Northern Iowa and the BYU Couga...
Posted about 4 years ago
  I could hardly control myself tonight as I watched the New Mexico Lobos defeat Montana Grizzlies, 62-57. They started off slowly in the first half, but they came out firing on all cylinders in the second half. They went on a 18-6 run, where they lead by as much as 11 points.   My biggest concer...
Posted about 4 years ago
  Probably the biggest compliment that I can give a Local Albuquerque Restaurant is to write an article about their establishment. Sandia Chile Grill in the Albuquerque Northeast Heights has earned that honor.  Stop by sometimes, and I guarantee you will get addicted.  I think that's what has ha...
Posted about 4 years ago
The Right to bear arms is a fundamental right afforded by the constitution.  It's great to live in a state where such rights are not abridged.  In New Mexico, residents can exercise this fundamental right, but there are some sensible restrictions in place.  Here are some facts about the New Mexi...
Posted about 4 years ago
With the help of Steven Graham of Active Rain, my new blog, The Albuquerque Real Estate Blog is now Operational.  I hope that the residents of Albuquerque and Rio Rancho will check it out and leave comments.  I do plan to include information of relevance for both cities.  Make sure you bookmark t...
Posted about 4 years ago
  The University of New Mexico Lobos are having a stellar season, and this has generated a renewed interest in "LOBOMANIA."  This phenomenon has had a direct impact on the local economy.    Any doubts? Check out Mark Smith"s article in today's Albuquerque Journal, "Team's Amazing Ride Energizes C...
Posted about 4 years ago
I have often times looked at presentations here on Active Rain and on other sites where people use statistics to convey their thoughts, and I've got to say, it's becoming a bit over-used.  I do understand that this is a statistics driven business, but give me a break!  I read through a post today...
Posted about 4 years ago
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Albuquerque and Rio Rancho, New Mexico are among the most stable real estate markets in the United States. This has caught the attention of the national media. As such, it is incumbent on local Realtors to provide information about our cities for those interested in investing, relocating, or visiting. My goal with this blog is to highlight issues or topics in real estate, and where appropriate apply them to the local markets.