Northwest Albuquerque (Albuquerque, NM)
By Rich Cederberg, eXp Realty Agent Albuquerque
(eXp Realty)
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Oops, I sold my newest listing in Northwest Albuquerque too fast.  I hardly had a chance to market myself, or promote the video I made. All that money down the drain for professional photos and videography. I should have just stuck a sign in the yard, taken my own bad photos using my iPhone and let the house sit and sit with my sign in the yard advertising myself for months and months. It wasn't supposed to sell in just 10 days. What am I going to do with all the hours that I planned to waste sitting there at open houses??? At least my sellers are happy.  Here's the house that sold too fast: They say hindsight is 20/20, so if you don't want to have your next listing sell too fast, don't do these three things: don't advise your sellers on staging, don't have the home inspected and repair...
By C. Lloyd McKenzie, Living Albuquerque
(Living Albuquerque)
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Speechless Sunday – A Lone Balloon across the Albuquerque Skies It has been nearly 2 months since the 2012 International Balloon Fiesta brought over 600 balloons the Albuquerque skies.   But as luck would have it, on Friday afternoon there was a lone balloon floating across the Northwest.  Just thought I would share them with you. Thinking about buying a home in Albuquerque? You can get information about Homes Available for Sale in Albuquerque, NM click the above link, call or text me at (505) 750-8550
By Rich Cederberg, eXp Realty Agent Albuquerque
(eXp Realty)
Comments 1
Home buyers are as picky as ever, in spite of the fact that the market has changed. Completing necessary home repairs before you list your Albuquerque home for sale is still very important to insure that your house sells in a reasonable time and for the most money possible. Don't be penny wise and pound foolish!      Please check out my YouTube channel for more real estate advice.
By John McCormack, CRS, Honesty, Integrity, Results, Experienced. HIRE Me!
(Albuquerque Homes Realty)
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Tumbleweed Snowman In Albuquerque Snowmen come in all shapes, sizes and forms.  In Albuquerque NM you might just spot this cool tumbleweed snowman.  Hey we work with what we have.  Right? So when in Albuquerque do as we in the "Q" do and enjoy a tumbleweed snowman! If you’re considering the purchase or sale of an Albuquerque, Rio Rancho or surrounding NM home please contact me John McCormack.  I am the owner, operator and Realtor of Albuquerque Homes Realty and I’m ready to exceed all your real estate expectations!  
By Rich Cederberg, eXp Realty Agent Albuquerque
(eXp Realty)
Comments 1
Lovelace Westside Hospital in Albuquerque was updated earlier this year. Not only does it look great, but there are great things about the services it offers too. The hospital has been under construction for a long time. Parking has been terrible and it seemed like ages since I was able to drive my elderly mother up to the hospital and drop her off anywhere that wasn't a hazard to her health.  All that's changed now with the new entrance. There is plenty of parking and there is a nice drop off place right in front of the hospital.  Of course the look of the place has changed quite a bit too. It's no longer a westside embarrassment. It's not all about the new look, there are new services too, including a new birthing center.  One of the drawbacks to living in NW Albuquerque has been the ...
By C. Lloyd McKenzie, Living Albuquerque
(Living Albuquerque)
Comments 6
Applying "Continuous Improvement" to My Real Estate Business The concept of "Continuous Improvement" is one that I have embraced for quite sometime now.  I have applied it to my real estate business because I think it will solidify my goal to remain a "going concern" for many years to come. There are three key areas that I look at on a quarterly basis then make changes as necessary: 1. Technology 2. Customer Service 3.  Education Technology.   What technology is out there that could make my business more efficient? Is it cost effective? How complicated is it? What's its useful life? Is the investment worth it?  Sometimes  even after careful study it still does not pan out.  In 2007, I decided to buy a HP 2605dn Color Laser.  It does great work, it would help immensely with my prospectin...
By C. Lloyd McKenzie, Living Albuquerque
(Living Albuquerque)
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  Why in the world would an intelligent person vote against his own self interest?   In our current political discourse, it appears that those who get the most air time repeat the same thing over and over again.  The Mass Media always seem to find some ordinary looking guy or gal to say things that makes me wonder, "Why in the world would an intelligent person vote against his own self interest?"  I went searching for the answer...The Economist came to the rescue.     In its August 13, 2011 edition, in a segment called Economic Focus, it provided a very plausible explanation in, "Don’t look down: The poor like taxing the rich less than you would think." Here is a brief excerpt: "Economists have usually explained poor people’s counter-intuitive disdain for something that might make them ...
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