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2009 

With all the foreclosures taking place these days, I wonder how many of you have given some thoughts to the challenges that this will present?  Let's take a closer look at the current crisis, December brought in a whopping 300000 plus foreclosures across the nation.  Currently there are over 3 mi...
01/16/2009
Three years ago when I got into Real Estate, I made the comment that the Albuquerque market was a good buy. Today I still feel the same way, but obviously, things are very different.  The market has declined, but the list price of homes have not changed very much.  Many sellers are oblivious to t...
01/16/2009
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There is the saying, if someting seems to good to be true, it might just be.  There are many scam artists out there waiting for the unsuspecting individuals...both REALTORS and homeowners.  They come in many variations:  Trainers, Loan Modification Experts, Short Sale Lead Expert, you name it.  J...
01/16/2009
There have been quite a few changes since last, I visited AR.  Where have all the REALTORS gone?  Did I say something wrong to scare away everyone?  I hope not.  But then again, I have been away for so long, I kinda feel out of place right now.  I need to keep my composure here.  Can somebody exp...
01/16/2009
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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.