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Home Buying Steps in Albuquerque, NM
Is it time to buy a Greater Albuquerque Metro home?
I would love to be your home buying guide and Real Estate agent. I hope to make the home buying process fun and comfortable with as little stress as possible. Below I have outlined the critical steps in purchasing your next home. Contact me at your convenience when you are ready to begin. (505) 363-1533. Read More …
A buyer’s agent will work solely for you and on your behalf in finding an Albuquerque Home.
As your Buyer’s Agent, I offer personal service to help you find the perfect home in Albuquerque NM.
My free house hunting services go beyond what you can just find on the internet. Many find today’s home buying process very frustrating and time consuming. With so many houses on the market in the Metro Area, it can be difficult to narrow down the listings to quality homes before somebody else. Read More …
Albuquerque Home Buyers Never Pay a Real Estate Fee:
The most common question I get from first time home buyers in the Albuquerque area:
“Do I have to pay for your services”?
Nope, home buyers who work with me will never pay any fees: No Listing Fees: No Transaction Fees: No Company Fees – EVER. I get paid from the listing agent’s total commission. It is between the listing agent and the seller on how much commission is to be compensated and I am paid at closing out of the proceeds of the sale. Read More …
I hope you find my website to be the best place to search and find Albuquerque homes for sale and, Albuquerque Real Estate. I can help you find great neighborhoods that will meet all of your needs. Search some of the hottest Albuquerque neighborhoods:
- Nob Hill
- Sandia Foothills – Beautiful homes in High Desert and Glenwood Hills.
- Downtown – Including EDO, Old Town, Huning Castle and great downtown lofts.
- Mesa Del Sol – Albuquerque’s newest, more sustainable living community.
- The North Valley Read More …
Albuquerque REALTOR or Sell your home yourself?
In the early 1970′s residential contracts in Albuquerque rarely exceeded a page or two. Today it is not unusual to have a residential contract package that is an inch thick or more.
A good New Mexico Real Estate Broker can really help you navigate what has become a very complicated process. Disclosures (both Federal and State), inspection reports and myriad multipage contracts are needed before a home can be sold. Read More …
Before Moving Day
Whether you are moving to, from or around Albuquerque we are going to presume that you have already sorted, purged, and are ready to pack.
- Create a Moving Binder – This is for your moving records, receipts, and inventory photos and lists.
- Transfer School Records – Arrange for your children’s records to be transferred to their new school district. ASK FOR COPIES OF ALL RECORDS and keep them with you while moving. Read More …
Albuquerque NM Public Schools
The Map Below Shows all of the Public Schools in Albuquerque NM.
There are 161 Albuquerque elementary schools, 105 Albuquerque middle schools, 85 Albuquerque high schools and 293 Albuquerque preschool schools.
With more than 90,000 students and 11,500 employees, APS is the 34th largest school district in the United States.
By clickiing on the school and find out about their teachers, rankings and reviews and more courtesy of Education.com
Albuquerque Outdoor Recreation
Albuquerque Sports Teams
- Albuquerque Isotopes – Triple A Baseball.
- Albuquerque Thunderbirds – NBA Development League.
- Sandia Motor Speedway – Two paved ovals and an array of vehicle races.
- UNM Lobos – Go Lobos!
- Arroyo del Oso – Nestled in Bear Canyon Arroyo, interesting topography throughout this 27-hole course at Louisiana & Osuna.
- Isleta Eagle Golf Course – Featuring a beautifully manicured 27-hole course with three 9-hole tracts, just South of town.
- Ladera – On the Westside, a Par 72, 7,060 yard course featuring spacious greens and a large driving range located at Ladera & Sequoia.
- Los Altos – An ideal fast play course, for golfers with limited time. Located at I-40 and Eubank.
- Paa-Ko Ridge Golf Club – Situated on the east side of the Sandia Mountains, at elevations ranging from 6,500 to 7,000 feet.
- Puerto del Sol – Albuquerque’s only lighted driving range. An Easy walk, ideal for seniors. Located at Girard & Gibson.
- Sandia Golf Club – Sandia features a 7,772 yard golf course designed by Scott Miller, a short drive North.
- UNM Golf Course – One of the finest courses in New Mexico. Located between I-25 & the Airport on University Blvd. Read More …
Attractions in Albuquerque, NM
Relocating to, or just visiting the Greater Albuquerque Area?
The following are Albuquerque’s must see attractions:
Old Town – A serene village that has been the focal point of community life since 1706. A delightful experience.
The Albuquerque Museum of Art and History – Ever changing exhibits located at 2000 Mountain Road NW.
Things to do in Albuquerque NM
Albuquerque International Ballon Fiesta – “The World’s Premier Ballon Event” every October.
Albuquerque Convention and Visitors Bureau – Monthly events calendar, tradeshows and conventions.
Summer Nights Concert Series – A varity of musical styles, summer nights at the Rio Grande Botanic Garden.