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By Eloise Gift, Albuquerque New Mexico Real Estate
(Gift Realty NM)
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 Eloise Gift http://eloisegift.com Your Gift for real estateOrdered to Appear - Tuesday I missed my schedule office tour because I was striding the halls of justice in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico. Well, it was not really striding; it was more like flopping around like one of so many fish cau...

By Laura Warden Nordin, 30-year Top Producer in Greater ABQ Real Estate
(Century 21 Camco Realty)
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Virtual Tours of Albuquerque are available online! Folks all over the world can tour all the wonderful sights of Albuquerque, New Mexico, without leaving the comfort of their own home! Websites built by Circumlocation, Inc., now offer great virtual visits to Albuquerque's tourist attractions, eve...

By Ashley Drake Gephart
(Drake Intel Group)
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Summer Fun Pass   The Summer Fun Pass returns. For only $13, students, ages 5-18, receive discounts on food, entertainment and unlimited access to all ABQ RIDE buses. These passes are on sale now and are valid from May 1 though August 31.   In 2007, the pass features summer-long discounts at JC's...

By Laura Warden Nordin, 30-year Top Producer in Greater ABQ Real Estate
(Century 21 Camco Realty)
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Albuquerque's a great place for horse lovers!There are even areas in Albuquerque itself where horses are welcome, and the surrounding small towns and rural areas are virtually all equestrian-friendly!In Albuquerque:Some of the most prestigious residential areas of Albuquerque are also home to loa...

By Venturi Realty Group, Albuquerque's Trusted Real Estate Team
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The Westside is a large area that starts at the western bank of the Rio Grande, and extends west up and over the western escarpment, to the north is bordered by the City of Rio Rancho, and south to Central Avenue (Old Route 66). There are great options for housing, education, and recreation.  The...

By Venturi Realty Group, Albuquerque's Trusted Real Estate Team
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The North Valley, which includes the Village of Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, is located along the Rio Grande and is considered the rural heart of Albuquerque.  With its tall trees, green pastures and beautiful nature filled setting, it offers the opportunity to be in the City, yet with a true rura...

By Wayne Pehrson, Realtor, Albuquerque NM
(Sandia Peak Realty)
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Keep Albuquerque Beautiful. To report graffiti anywhere within the city limits, call the Citizen Contact Center 24 hours a day by dialing 311. For more information and additional contact info use the following link: http://www.cabq.gov/solidwaste/graffiti.html Graffiti will be removed free of cha...

By Ashley Drake Gephart
(Drake Intel Group)
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Run for the Zoo and walk with us too!May 6, 2007 is the 22nd Annual Run for the Zoo and walk with us too! presented by Presbyterian and the New Mexico BioPark Society.Run for the Zoo! and walk with us too! is the largest road race in New Mexico and is opened to people of all ages and fitness leve...

By Ashley Drake Gephart
(Drake Intel Group)
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Silver Hill Neighborhood Association Located in Albuquerque NM Silver Hill is having a neighborhood clean-up Saturday June 30th, 2007 9:00 AM - 12 Noon. They will be meeting in the parking lot at Gold and University at 9am. They are picking up trash and weeds covering the area that is bound by Ce...

By Eloise Gift, Albuquerque New Mexico Real Estate
(Gift Realty NM)
Comments 9
Eloise Gift  http://eloisegift.com/  History-making AcquisitionSunCal Development Company made history when it acquired all 57,000 acres of the Atrisco Land Grant http://www.deshaw.com/articles/20061219.pdf holdings in Northwest Albuquerque from Westland Corporation http://www.westlandnm.com/ / i...

By Eloise Gift, Albuquerque New Mexico Real Estate
(Gift Realty NM)
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Eloise Gift http://eloisegift.com The old town square is at the center of Old Town, the original city center that the Spanish settlers established some three hundred years ago. Old Town is the cradle (la cuna) so to speak, of Albuquerque, New Mexico. The well-preserved Spanish-style plaza dominat...

By Eloise Gift, Albuquerque New Mexico Real Estate
(Gift Realty NM)
Comments 5
 Eloise Gift http://eloisegift.com Albuquerque, New Mexico is over 300 years old. It was not always the city that it is now, of almost half a million people. Before the Spanish explorers arrived, Pueblo Indians chose the fertile spot on the bank of the Rio Grande to grow their crops. With the arr...

By Eloise Gift, Albuquerque New Mexico Real Estate
(Gift Realty NM)
Comments 3
http://Eloisegift.comAs the housing market continues its shift, news reports continue to be conflicting not only nationally but locally within cities and sometimes neighborhoods. Consider the latest evening news in the New Mexico Business Weekly, http://www.bizjournals.com/albuquerque/. D.R. Hort...

By Venturi Realty Group, Albuquerque's Trusted Real Estate Team
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The Far Northeast part of Albuquerque is where you'll find many of the newer neighborhoods and homes.  As the City grew from the Downtown / Old Town Albuquerque area by the Rio Grande River, the development moved toward the Real Estate north and up to the Sandia Reservation, and east to the Sandi...

By Venturi Realty Group, Albuquerque's Trusted Real Estate Team
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The Real Estate in the Northeast part of Albuquerque is primarily made up of traditional suburban neighborhoods  including the Princess Jeanne neighborhood.  Homes and subdivisions in this area started being built during the Albuquerque, NM Real Estate boom of the 1950s.  In general the homes in ...

By Ashley Drake Gephart
(Drake Intel Group)
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 Albuquerque gives a whole new meaning to red light district!In 2004 the City of Albuquerque began the new red light camera program. The goals: to prevent accidents, reduce violations, and most importantly, to save lives. What started off as a couple of cameras has quickly blossomed to 19 with mo...

By Eloise Gift, Albuquerque New Mexico Real Estate
(Gift Realty NM)
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Eloise Gift www.eloisegift.com A Giift for real estateIncreasingly, not only individuals and special interest groups, but city and state governments are becoming proactive on conservation, and sustainability issues. Water Conservation Measures- The mayor of the city of Albuquerque, Martin Chavez,...

By Eloise Gift, Albuquerque New Mexico Real Estate
(Gift Realty NM)
Comments 4
Eloise Gift www.EloiseGift.com A Gift for all seasons No oil wells in Chaco Canyon /Mayor Chavez on Wal-Mart's ExpansionChaco Canyon - My post http://activerain.com/blogsview/37103/Albuquerque-a-great-place  Albuquerque a great Place, featured Chaco Canyon as a delightful spot, a day trip destina...

By Eloise Gift, Albuquerque New Mexico Real Estate
(Gift Realty NM)
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  This recently completed Dekker/Perich/Sabatini building in the picture is in the news again - this time as a winner.For several months I drove by it to work almost every day and watched it being built, intrigued by the red projection on the front facade.You may recall my earlier post http://act...

By Eloise Gift, Albuquerque New Mexico Real Estate
(Gift Realty NM)
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eloise Gift www.EloiseGift.comMy open house today has been on the market for six months. It is a new, never-lived-in patio home in a still-under-construction, gated community on the edge of a five-year-old established neighborhood of single-family, detached homes. Outside the walls of the communi...

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