Albuquerque & Rio Rancho Real Estate

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2011 

Albuquerque Market Update - November 2011 Overall Decline in Distressed Properties Sales The  Albuquerque Real Estate market has seen a decline in distressed properties Sales for the month of November.  When compared to June 2011 this is a 28.2% decline...at the same time that the Average Sale Pr...
Posted over 2 years ago
  Rio Rancho Real Estate Market Update -  Detached Homes, November 2011  Below you will find six of the most important market statistics for Detached Homes in Rancho, New Mexico.  As we compare today’s real estate market to those of six months ago, there has been a decrease in the average price o...
Posted over 2 years ago
Albuquerque Real Estate Market Update - Detached Homes, November 2011   The Albuquerque Real Estate Market continues to decline in the month of November as key indicators reflect.  The evidence can be seen if we look at the inventory of non-distressed detached homes.  In addition, Total Closed Sa...
Posted over 2 years ago
Melissa Zavala has provided us some great insights in establishing our referral base.  She wrote this blog two years ago...it still holds true today as it did two years ago.  Please stop by and leave her a commentIf you are just starting out in real estate or you feel the need to extend your sphe...
Posted over 2 years ago
Being featured in Russel Ray's "Golden Oldies" is quite an honor.  I thought I would share this with those of my friends who missed "Drinking and driving is a tragedy"  post that I wrote two years ago.  Please stop by Russel Ray's blog and leave him a comment also.  Thank you Russel.        Golde...
Posted over 2 years ago
Shelda Hodges of Frank Verna PA Real Estate has hit a homerun with her post "Job Lost Could Put One in Three Out of Their Home." This issue should be of grave concern to us as real estate professional. Please stop by Shelda's blog and leave her a comment Job Loss Could Put One in Three Out of The...
Posted over 2 years ago
Just in case you missed this one...Yolanda Gilbert of David Weekley's Homes, Cinco Rancho, TX has shared a photo of the National Christmas Tree with all of us.  Thank You Yolanda. Please stop by Yolanda's post and leave her a message   Merry Christmas to all my friends at Active Rain. Here is a b...
Posted over 2 years ago
Ever experienced setbacks in your life or business?  Checkout this "featured post" from Mike Cooper of Cornerstone Business Group's.  This is very insightful.  Checkout Mike's Blog and leave him a comment. The one thing I love about New Years is that it is a time to start over.  OK, you failed at...
Posted over 2 years ago
Dan Edward Phillips, Broker/Owner, Eureka CA has provided an excellent post regarding owner financing that I believe all realtors should discuss with their seller clients.  Please stop by Dan 's post and leave him a commentIf you will be placing your home on the market in the near future and it i...
Posted over 2 years ago
Have flooring question? Look no further, Debbie Gartner, President and Owner "The Flooring Girl." This post about Harfwood Flooring stain color trends id definitely one for all.  Please stop by Debbie's  post and leave her a comment.Originally posted at Hardwood flooring stain color trends - West...
Posted over 2 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.