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By Jan Wilson
(Wilson Ashcraft Real Estate, LLC)
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I am beginning to think Sellers should order a duct scope if they have in-floor ductwork before listing their property.  The cost to remedy collapsed ducts or ducts that have rusted out is very expensive.  Ductwork problems cause considerable emotional and financial trauma.  I believe it is $250 ...

By Eloise Gift, Albuquerque New Mexico Real Estate
(Gift Realty NM)
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On Thursday, March 20, the CEO of Tesla Motors, Martin Eberhard, addressed business owners in Albuquerque, New Mexico., describing the cars he plans to start manufacturing in New Mexico next year.it is no secret that Tesla Motors was coming to town. I read about the plans for the new factory in t...

By Eloise Gift, Albuquerque New Mexico Real Estate
(Gift Realty NM)
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Market Holding Steady Eloise Gift www.EloiseGift.com The Greater Albuquerque area's official residential market report for February is out.The Albuquerque Metropolitan Board of Realtors reported that in February 2007, the residential real estate market is moving more slowly than in February 2006....

By Eloise Gift, Albuquerque New Mexico Real Estate
(Gift Realty NM)
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Albuquerque's green challenge - A mayor's and a young man's needEloise Gift http://www.eloisegift.com/ I know a young man, Matt (not his real name) from another state. He is forced to live an isolated and restrictive environment to avoid getting sick. He limits his social interactions, including ...

By Eloise Gift, Albuquerque New Mexico Real Estate
(Gift Realty NM)
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In Sprouting New Houses, http://activerain.com/blogsview/51670/Sprouting-New-Houses , I shared my fascination with how developers seem to handle dirt when preparing building sites. Now I have an explanation. Dirt and the value of what we do with it in, Albuquerque Journal Business Outlook Monday,...

By Eloise Gift, Albuquerque New Mexico Real Estate
(Gift Realty NM)
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I can't think of any of my friends who don't have pets. Most have two or more. Several also rescue animals. They tell me the need for animal rescuers is enormous because of a high percentage of abandonment by pet owners. The rescuers don't restrict their rescue activity to cats and dogs. Some, li...

By Eloise Gift, Albuquerque New Mexico Real Estate
(Gift Realty NM)
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In another post, I wrote about Mesa del Sol, the master planned, smart growth, wedge infill development just south of the Albuquerque, New Mexico airport. http://activerain.com/blogsview/47067/Want-to-settle-in. A reader commented that the description suggested the development could qualify as be...

By Eloise Gift, Albuquerque New Mexico Real Estate
(Gift Realty NM)
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 If you are looking for a sun-filled area with magnificent views, Mesa del Sol, Albuquerque, New Mexico may be the place for you.Mesa del Sol http://mesadelsolnm.com/index.aspx on the Albuquerque south mesa, just south of the Albuquerque airport in Bernalillo County, promises to be the largest ma...

By Venturi Realty Group, Albuquerque's Trusted Real Estate Team
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The Albuquerque Real Estate market just keeps chugging along.  After a strong 2004-2005, 2006 took a slight breather (I like to call it "normalizing").  I think the slower market in 06 has been healthy.  It kept us from getting "over appreciated" like Phoenix, Las Vegas, etc...  Albuquerque and R...

By Eloise Gift, Albuquerque New Mexico Real Estate
(Gift Realty NM)
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 In New Mexico, particular architectural styles of homes can be identified with different regions. Steep, pitched roofs associated with more alpine-like regions are found in northern parts of the state with relatively heavy snowfall. In the Greater Albuquerque area, pueblo-style, stucco-finished,...

By Eloise Gift, Albuquerque New Mexico Real Estate
(Gift Realty NM)
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                             In the Greater Albuquerque, New Mexico home building, two predominant architectural styles help to define that unique quality that  we identify as southwestern.The flat-roofed pueblo and pitched-roof Monterrey style homes alike, are generally finished in earth-toned s...

By Eloise Gift, Albuquerque New Mexico Real Estate
(Gift Realty NM)
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                                                 Live in Albuquerque with its delightful high desert climate and be only a day trip or less from fascinating attractions around the state of New Mexico. White Sands Monument is one of these attractions-one of the many natural wonders of the Land of ...

By Eloise Gift, Albuquerque New Mexico Real Estate
(Gift Realty NM)
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 I wrote in an earlier post http://activerain.com/blogsview/31268/Great-Year-for-Albuquerque, that New Mexico 2006 residential real estate was likely to get a good report and it has.The results are in! No bubble burst because we did not have a bubble. The Albuquerque Metropolitan Board of Realtor...

By Eloise Gift, Albuquerque New Mexico Real Estate
(Gift Realty NM)
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Albuquerque, because of its relatively, and almost predictabe hgh desert climate, is a great place to call home. From its location in the middle of the state of New Mexico, it is easily accessible to a variety of remarkable sites worth visiting. One such site is Bosque del Apache.Bosque del Apach...

By Eloise Gift, Albuquerque New Mexico Real Estate
(Gift Realty NM)
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Chimayó - pilgrims' destinationDepending on whether you walk, ride a bike or drive, Chimayó is only two to six hours away from Albuquerque-less than a daytrip. It is the most famous shrine in all of North America, and is sometimes called the Lourdes of New Mexico. People visit from all over the w...

By Eloise Gift, Albuquerque New Mexico Real Estate
(Gift Realty NM)
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Yesterday, folk were cross-country skiing in Albuquerque.  Last night the cross-country truckers and holiday travelers were not allowed on sections of the the interstate highways because of icy conditions. Today, just half an hour away up on Sandia Peak, skiershave take to the slopes. I am at hom...

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