Choices in Albuquerque Real Estate

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Real estate and community hints, updates and general information for Albuquerque, Bosque Farms, Los Lunas, Belen,Cedar Crest, Tijeras, Corrales, Placitas, Sandia Park, Edgewood, Moriarty, and other rural and small town communities in central New Mexico.
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To quote from the September 21, 2010 RPR Blog ™, “As we complete the MLS data integration into RPR, we launch the RPR to REALTOR® members of that MLS. A NRDS ID and MLS ID from an MLS active in RPR are required to log into RPR.” So all you need to get a NRDS ID? Look at the cover of any Realtor m...
11/12/2010
As if the lack of security from the individual and corporate public were not enough of a flaw, RPR contracts lack a certain essential feature, and that is valuable consideration for our local MLSs. One of the parables in the New Testament has a woman searching until she finds the coin she has los...
10/05/2010
The more I hear and read from RPR spokespeople, the more I wonder. Is making our local MLS data available to 1.1 million Realtors all over the world a good idea, as they claim it is. Okay, so maybe your average east coast Realtor wouldn't want to invade our market and sell our houses, but certain...
10/04/2010
Did you know that 18 of New Mexico's State Parks feature beautiful lakes ranging in size from a 3 acre Oasis in the eastern plains to the 36,500 Elephant Butte Lake between Albuquerque and Las Cruces? You can enjoy our healthy desert climate without giving up fishing, boating and water skiing. Al...
08/10/2010
The 2010 Bosque Farms Fair came off as usual this past first weekend in August. Families with young children are the first and main focus of this annual event, and this year was no different. Horse events like western pleasure riding, reining and barrel racing abounded, with several age classes i...
08/09/2010
You don’t need much help to grow lush green grass here in the Middle Rio Grande Valley. We have the sun 300+ days per year, the sandy loam topsoil, and the water. Water is the most important ingredient here in the high desert where rainfall is scarce, on average only 8 inches per year. The water ...
08/06/2010
It would look a lot better in shades of green, but this excellent sandy loam Rio Grande River bottomland has lain fallow for several years since the owner stopped leasing it out to neighboring farmers.  905 Green Acres Place is within walking distance to Albuquerque Old Town. Right near the inter...
07/28/2010
And there are about 19 acres of grass with minimal weed content here at 347 Highway 116, Bosque, New Mexico. You can grow a lot of your crop of choice on this verdant valley land, which has surface irrigation rights. This property is about 10 miles south of Belen and about 40 miles from Albuquerq...
07/28/2010
This 2,275 sq.ft. home is located at 548 Gabaldon Road in Belen, NM. The site includes over 3 acres of pastureland with surface irrigation rights.The attractive price of $229,000 will buy you a farm within walking distance to the Rail Runner rapid train to Albuquerque and Santa Fe, yet with nearl...
07/28/2010
I've been told that when WalMart made plans to open its first store in Belen, New Mexico some years ago, they thought it was bound to be a small store. What these business people from Arkansas did not realize was that Belen is a vital small town known as the Hub City in New Mexico, the junction o...
07/28/2010
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