Forclosures | New Mexico

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Real Estate Agent with The Maez Group at Keller Williams Realty

Forclosures | New Mexico

 

Are you looking for Forclosures in New Mexico? Tired of paying for all those lists that are out there? 

 

Well here it is compliments of our group. All we ask for in return is that you allow us to help you with the transaction. Sound fair? Besides our services are free for buyers transaction sides and we will propbably be able to save you just alot more money than you could have done on your own. We work with the banks all the time. 

Well enough of that here is the link for New Mexico Forclosures. All the information is real time. Have fun looking at some of the best deals ever.

 

FREE NEW MEXICO FORCLOSURE LIST

 

 

 

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I live about 90 miles northwest of Houston, in College Station. In late November, or early December, when the wind shitfs and comes in from the northwest, it carries the pollen of the Ash Juniper (also called Mountain Cedar). I woke up at about 2 AM on Sunday, 30 November, to find that my sinuses had begun to swell and my throat was scratchy. I knew the wind had shifted. It worsened over the following few days. I went to the local allergist on Tuesday, 2 December, and he tested me and confirmed what I already knew, that I was allergic to Mountain Cedar. I mentioned that it was really a juniper and not a true cedar, which are of the genus Cedrus, as no true cedars are native to North America. He disagreed with me and even referenced Red Cedar (which is an arbor vitae and not a cedar) of the west coast as another kind of cedar. I guess I was surprised that someone who should know the difference was so adamant in his error, and unreceptive to learning a bit of minutiae about the plant that effects so many of his patients.
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