Thursday, December 20, 2012

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Monday, December 03, 2012

Building permits up in Albuquerque!

This article talks about how building permits are up for the Albuquerque area. More people are wanting to build new than in the last few years.

This is always good news for Albuquerque real estate!

If you are wanting to build your new Albuquerque home, USE MY NEW HOMES SEARCH and find the perfect builder for your budget and dreams!

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And when you are ready to make your move - contact me to help you through the relocation process.

Be an informed buyer - contact me for Albuquerque real estate.

Friday, November 30, 2012

Paradise Hills Sales for Albuquerque real estate 2012

Here are the sales for Paradise Hills area, westside of Albuquerque, for 2012.

This area has alot of new construction and older homes, and is near the Petroglyphs area of Albuquerque.

Great shopping, lots of restaurants, Cottonwood Mall!

View Paradise Hills sales for 2012 in a full screen map

When you are ready to buy or sell, or if you just need some real estate advice, call me anytime

For your mobile search, use my site, too! No obligation, no log in required.

Monday, November 26, 2012

UNM/Nob Hill Albuquerque real estate sales 2012

Here are the results of 2012 UNM/Nob Hill sales for Albuquerque real estate.

Nob Hill/UNM is one of the most popular and hip areas to live - here are some stats to help you find your next home!

If you need to contact someone that loves UNM/Nob Hill real estate, call me first!

View UNM and Nob Hill, Albuquerque real estate sales in a full screen map

Here are some sites and sounds of UNM Nob Hill!

Monday, November 19, 2012

North Valley sales - Albuquerque real estate

North Valley sold data, for north valley areas north and south

View North Valley sold data Albuquerque in a full screen map

For your own customized geo map of sales data, contact me today!

Saturday, November 17, 2012

A little film about Previews Properties and why you should work with a Previews Property certified broker to sell your luxury home

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Thursday, November 15, 2012

Four Hills - home sales 2012 - Albuquerque

Four Hills closed home sales for Albuquerque, New Mexico

Mouse over each property to see days on market, original price, sold price, and other data.

Call me or email me anytime you have questions!

View Four Hills sales data - Albuquerque New Mexico in a full screen map

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Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Why list your home for sale during the holidays?

I wrote this a few years back and I still find it relevant today - why keep your Albuquerque home on the market during the holiday months?

13 Reasons to List During the Holidays in November and December

Here are the reasons to list your Albuquerque home for sale during the kidding!

1. There is less competition for buyers.

2. Winter prospects are more serious buyers.

3. Your home looks better during the holidays.

4. One of the highest percentages if “the listing sold” to “listing taken” occurs during this time of year.

5. Mortgage interest deductions if bought by the end of the year.

6. You may receive more money for your home now because you have less competition.

7. Throughout the holiday season, you may restrict showings during your personal family events.

8. Buyers have more time to look at homes during the holidays, especially during vacations.

9. January is traditionally the biggest transfer month and you must be on the market to capture that market.

10. By selling now you can have a delayed closing or extended occupancy until the beginning of the following year if you want it.

11. When you sell during the winter you have an opportunity to buy during the spring, when many homes are on the market.

12. You may have fewer actual showings, but more qualified and motivated prospects.

13. Corporate transfers, who need to buy a home now, can’t wait until spring.

When you are ready to sell your Albuquerque home, call me first!

Monday, November 12, 2012

Search by Albuquerque address for all properties in the Southwest Multiple Listing - call me today for information!


Monday, November 05, 2012

Sold homes in Academy West area of Albuquerque, NM for 2012

Here is an interactive map of closed sales in the Academy West area of Albuquerque, New Mexico for 2012.

Move your mouse over each property to see listing price, days on market, sold price, and other details.

For more information about homes for sale in your area, or to find out how to get your home ON THE MAP, please call me anytime!

View Academy West homes in Albuquerque in a full screen map

For all information regarding Albuquerque Real Estate - I'm your source!

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

New Mexico a great place to visit!

Conde Nast has given 3 of our resorts top rating - now is the time to come to the Land of Enchantment!

Come visit New Mexico and see what we have to offer!

Check out our Facebook page for 365 Things to Do in Albuquerque, New Mexico !!

Monday, October 29, 2012

Far Northeast Heights, Albuquerque - sales for 2012 -

View Far Northeast Heights - Albuquerque sales in a full screen map

Closed sales of homes in the Far Northeast Heights in Albuquerque - for more information on a specific sale or if you want to know about your own property, please contact me anytime for more information!

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Sandia Heights - Sales for 2012

View SANDIA HEIGHTS Sales for 2012 in a full screen map

Scroll into map for information on each property.

For more detailed information, please don't hesitate to contact me anytime.

Find out how I can assist you with real estate sales, purchases and investments.

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Foothills North - High Desert sales for 2012

View Foothills North sales data in a full screen map

Scroll into map for information on each property

Call or email me for more information!

For all of your Albuquerque real estate questions - I'm here to help.

Monday, October 15, 2012




As a seller, you pay my brokerage a percentage of the sale at closing.  This, along with customary closing costs for a seller to pay, i.e. title company fees, closing fees, search fees, are taken out of your proceeds at closing.  My brokerage then pays me a percentage of what they have collected.  If no CLOSING occurs, I am not paid anything.  Out of this amount I pay my federal and state income taxes, my desk expenses (what it costs me to work at my brokerage), and all of the marketing costs that I have incurred while trying to sell your home (i.e. signs, flyers, brochures, internet advertising, etc).

As a buyer, the seller is agreeing to pay my brokerage a percentage an amount offered in the MLS to successfully bring you to closing on their property.  If there is no closing, I don't get paid anything.  So, it's important to know that while I am showing you homes, there is no fee; there is no fee for my advice, consultation or time spent working with you to find you a home.  As long as the seller is agreeing to pay for my services (i.e. if it is in the Multiple Listing Service, aka MLS, the fee they are paying me is clearly defined) my services are paid for by the seller.

It's important for this reason to go over your rights and obligations as a buyer under a buyer's contract.  Most "For Sale By Owners" will be glad to compensate me for bringing you to their home to purchase, as there are many other things to be performed other than just getting a contract signed to purchase their home.   Most sellers don't have access to what needs to be done, and don't have the time to complete these duties.

For a free consultation about how to buy or sell a home, contact me today!  Fill out my "Seller's form" and I will be in touch with you immediately.

Monday, October 08, 2012


What is a 'lease purchase'?


A lease purchase is a two-portion contract.  You agree to buy the house after a period of time where you live in the property, agree on a purchase price, and deposits, with a secondary contract that addresses the terms of the 'lease' period.

Is it a good way to buy? 

It depends on what your goals are.  To find a seller who offers their Albuquerque home for sale as a lease purchase narrows your choices.  Also, you might lose your deposit if you don't close on the property according to the terms of the purchase agreement.

For more in-depth information about this type of purchase, or for any other question that you might have, either contact me directly, or simply post your question below.

I look forward to assisting you!

Thursday, October 04, 2012


Why don't all sellers have open houses?

There are some homes that I see for sale that I want to see on an open house...

Some sellers appreciate that they only want qualified buyers looking at their homes under the supervision of a licensed real estate broker.  An open house is just that - open to the public regardless of whether someone is really in the market to buyer a home.  They might just be looking at the decorating, or something as unsavory as casing the place for bad things.

Primarily open houses are done for the benefit of the broker holding the home OPEN.  It is an opportunity for them to meet and greet the neighbors, prospective buyers and perhaps even prospective sellers.

So, if you ever see a home that you are interested in viewing, and you are in the market to buy and are prequalified...don't be afraid to contact a real estate professional and get a personal tour.

If you have a question that you would like answered, please email me or send a comment below - I'll get to it right away!

Tuesday, October 02, 2012


Will I need to pay for anything until I close on the house?

Yes, be prepared to pay for inspections and maybe even the appraisal at the time of the inspection or service.  While some of these items sometimes are negotiated for the seller to pay, a lot of sellers are requesting that the buyer pay for any inspections that are necessary for the buyer's purchase.

According to our contracts in New Mexico, you have a 'due diligence' period in which to get all of your inspections done that you want performed to satisfy your questions on the property.  Some inspectors will require payment at the time of inspection.  Some will waive the fees until you close.  Just be sure when you are preparing to purchase a home, that you factor in some of these early 'out of pocket' expenses.

If you have any questions that you would like answered, simply post a question below and I'll get to it right away!

Wednesday, September 26, 2012



Simply - sure, but your offer won't get anywhere.  The seller will counter back "subject to reviewing proof of funds to close" and the offer will still be open.  This means anyone else can buy the house before you get that project done.

Then, disappointment all around.

I know it sounds like a simple project to get through the full approval process, and it used to be...but things have changed and so have the rules.  I have had some clients take a week, two weeks, or sometimes more to get the package put together that feels comfortable to them.  There are many things to consider like interest rates, costs of the loan, getting things cleared up like student loans, child support, estate issues, or selling an existing house!

While it is easy to contact a lender and get the process started, it's much more efficient to make sure all of your ducks are in place and then go find the home of your dreams!

There is something to this real estate 'karma' that when you find the perfect home, someone else has found it, too - and it's the same home you are looking at.

For more information and set up a free consultation, contact me today!

Tuesday, September 25, 2012


Why do I have to be prequalified first, all I want to do is just start looking around?

Starting to look around at homes is a more sophisticated process than most people would believe.  If the homes are occupied, the owners need notification that someone is coming to see their home, which usually takes a lot of preparation and scheduling on their part.  Even if the homes are vacant, the Realtor has to set up the appointments to see the homes and plan a route.  It takes quite a lot of time and effort for the Realtor, the buyers and the sellers.

If you find the perfect home, and you haven't started the process to be pre-approved, you won't have time to do it before you write the offer.  Sellers will not entertain an offer on their home until they know that you can pay for it.  Someone else will buy the home you have just picked out.

If you are curious about neighborhoods and areas, open houses are a great way to get acquainted with how homes look and how it would feel to live in that area.  Often the sellers require you to 'sign in' when you view their home, and there will be a real estate professional present to show you around and tell you about the areas.

 For a list of open houses in your area, contact a real estate professional today and get your free up to date list !

Monday, September 24, 2012



When you are ready to buy a home, contact a real estate professional.  The best Realtors will have you meet them at their office or set up a telephone conference to discuss your needs. 
The first thing you must have done is to be PREQUALIFIED by a reputable lender.    They will discuss details about your credit history, your work history, and your budget to determine which loan is best for you.
It is essential to do this step first.   The loan process has become increasingly more complicated and it's much easier to move through the process with a good real estate broker and a good loan officer behind you.  They will know how to anticipate the unexpected and make the process much more pain free!
For a free consultation on how to buy a home, please feel free to contact me anytime!

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Albuquerque real estate stats

Albuquerque real estate stats

Inventory is lower and sales of existing homes have started to increase!  This is a great time to buy that home that you have been waiting for.  While we are in a somewhat slow moment with the NM State Fair, Balloon Fiesta and other upcoming holiday activities, the serious buyers are out to get the best homes they can find, and serious sellers are bucking the trend to 'wait for spring' and putting their homes on the market because they need to move now!

It's always a great time to find your nest!

Call or email me today when you are ready for a complimentary real estate consultation.

Wednesday, August 08, 2012

Albuquerque real estate Quarterly market report

Green Sheet
Eco-friendly version of Market Reports.
QTR This data is from the time period between April 1 and June 30 2012 of 2011 and 2012.
New Listings
Detached: 3,988 Attached: 369
2nd QTR 2011 Detached: 4,180 Attached: 410
% Change (Detached)
Closed Sales
Detached: 2,071 Attached: 193
2nd QTR 2011 Detached: 1,915 Attached: 157
% Change (Detached)
Average Sale $
Detached: $209,780 Attached: $140,359
2nd QTR 2011 Detached: $200,314 Attached: $139,419
% Change (Detached)
Sales Volume
(in millions) Detached: $434.5
Attached: $27.1
2nd QTR 2011 Detached: $383.6 Attached: $21.9
% Change (Detached)
Median Sale $
Detached: $173,500 Attached: $135,000
2nd QTR 2011 Detached: $165,000 Attached: $135,000
% Change (Detached)
Days on Market
(average) Detached: 81
Attached: 86
2nd QTR 2011 Detached: 83 Attached: 87
% Change (Detached)
MLS Area Areas 10-121 Area 130 Areas 140-162 Area 170
Area 180 Areas 210-293 Areas 690-760
Closed Sales By Market Area (2nd Quarter Only)
City/County DET Sales 2012 DET Sales 2011 % Change Albuquerque 1,445 1,915 +8.65% Corrales 28 18 +55.56% Rio Rancho 357 353 +1.13% Bernalillo 24 19 +26.32% Placitas 24 17 +41.18% East Mtns./Estancia 91 77 +18.18% Valencia County 102 101 +0.99%
SOURCE: Greater Albuquerque Association of REALTORS® - based on data from the Southwest Multiple Listing Service. Data is deemed reliable not guaranteed. The SWMLS market areas include: City of Albuquerque, Corrales, Placitas, Rio Rancho, Bernalillo, East Mountains/Estancia Basin and most of Valencia County. The green sheet con- tains the same information reported on the full monthly report. 

Friday, August 03, 2012

Homes for sale in 87111

A very popular area of Albuquerque, New Mexico - here is a map of all homes currently for sale in the zip code 87111 -

If you want to save this search to keep updated with all homes for sale in 87111, click away!


And, just for the picture above - this is a happy lizard living in 87111 - he's found a home and so can you!

Call or email me today for more information or assistance.

Monday, July 30, 2012

What is the single most important thing to do to sell my Albuquerque home?

People often ask me "what is the single best thing I can do to sell my house?"

I know that some Realtors will say "price it right", which is true.  Price can overcome a lot of objections and someone will buy something at the right price.  It has been to perceived as a great value for that buyer.  There is one out there.

But - if I could tell someone what the best thing is to do?  What can you do that will make someone say Yes to your home over another?

CLEAN!  Clean, and I mean clean like you have never cleaned before.  Do the "Up on the ladder and clean lightbulbs clean".....Nothing is more impressive than walking into a home, vacant or full of furnishings, than smelling and feeling what 'CLEAN' is really like.

So often I show a property to a prospective buyer, and while we are looking closely we see bugs in the windowsills, open up a custom cabinet and there is the drip from last night's creme brule.

It's not how we live on a day/day basis.  I know this.  I love a clean house, but I guarantee you will find dust bunnies and lint.  But I'm not selling my house, not right now.  When I have sold my own homes, I clean like it's a hospital.  They have always sold quickly.

There are some buyers, I grant you this, that only look at floorplans, or views, or ammenities...but if their decision is down between your home and the same floorplan down the street, guess which one will be the winner?

So, get down, get dirty and get it sparkling clean!!

For more selling tips, contact me anytime.

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

New Homes Search!

Search for new homes, new construction, floorplans and more!

Call me today to see any of these wonderful builders or get floorplans to plan your next home -

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Search for High Desert Homes in Albuquerque

Find the perfect home yet, or still looking?  Save that search and get instant updates on new properties that meet your criteria.

Contact us when you are ready !

Monday, May 21, 2012

Marketing your Albuquerque Home for Sale - not toilets

My biggest question lately is - Why do consumers settle for so little when it comes to marketing their home?

Every morning my first line of business is to open up the MLS and see what is on the market fresh and ready to show to my buyers. If I see a listing with no photos, or a toilet photo...I can't help but think that someone just doesn't care. But is it the listing broker? Is the seller? Not sure, but when your home hits the market for sale, it has now become a product. A product that should be ready to sell, spit polished and offered in it's best light. 3 photos with a toilet shot just doesn't cut it. Or, 10 photos if the MLS offers 25, just doesn't cut it.

I see it every day - a home goes on the market and hits the MLS as a live/I'm for sale/buy me now listing. There are no pictures. Why? Not sure - but no pictures, so what do I do as a buyer's broker? I move on...I'm thinking so do my buyers. Since 90% of home buyers shop for their next home via websites, why would you launch a new listing with no photos? Camera in the shop? Not good at photography? I'll get Round Tuit?

Or, there's a photo, or three. Just three. One of the front, shot with the smart phone through the windshield.

My favorite - one of the toilet with the lid up.

Maybe one of the empty living room.

If the MLS offers a maximum of 25 photos, then you should be demanding that your listing broker post multiple, good quality, representative marketing photos of your property and have them ready when that listing hits the MLS. Not just a few photos that show a few rooms, as many as it will allow to show lots of features of the home. I pay extra to have my listings photographed by a professional photographer, who knows the angles and the lighting and the best way to shoot a room. The listing isn't presented to the market until those photos are ready to be entered into the listing data before it hits the market. I don't like down time.

Stop your broker from selling your toilet and get them to sell your home.

Friday, May 18, 2012

Houses aren't hamburger!

I've often said this when I'm helping people buy or sell a house - don't look at the square foot price and think it's the final answer on what a home is "worth". Alot of factor go in to what your home will sell for, or what you should be paying for a home.

First of all, it's the APPEAL. How did that property make you feel when you walked in the front door? Does the home have a feeling of calm, of good workmanship, good colors, layout and has the house been loved? I go into homes every day where I feel like running out the front door as fast as I walked in. The home hasn't been taken care of, or the carpet is soiled, stains on the walls, laundry on the floor - or no landscaping. It smells. If it makes me feel bad, it is certainly going to make a buyer feel bad. As a seller, you must do work on your home to make it feel good to a buyer. It must feel loved.

As a home buyer, don't just look at the price per square foot on a home and think that because the neighbor's house is priced $10.00 per square foot less, that this is a reason for making an offer $10.00 per square foot less..and I say this with confidence. I just finished consulting with an appraiser, and he said that the price per square foot of a house is not as relevant as you think. He confirmed that when he goes into a house, and his first impression is 'wow, nice', that feeling stays with him as he is assessing the value of the home. The amount of 'wow' that he experiences has a direct influence on his valuation model, as it should. If this wasn't true, then how can 4 tract homes on the same street, with the same floorplan, and priced differently not all sell at exactly the same time and for the same price? It's because one of them stands out - and if it's not just bought by the principle of what I call the 'bargain trigger' (the home is just so low priced that the above factors are overlooked), one home wins out because it just has an amazing appeal.

Sometimes it's landscaping - bringing the outdoors "in" as living space. This can be done by having outdoor flooring that is like indoor flooring; beautiful patio furniture, fresh flowers, and sometimes even a ceiling fan or outdoor music. Sometimes it's by having one or two custom lighting fixtures, or exceptionally upgraded countertops. I recently saw a home that was a simple, inexpensive tract home that sold because the owners had installed a high-end Wolf range in the kitchen along with other high end appliances. It was the 'wow' of the home that made it exceptional.

I recently brought a buyer to a 'wow' home. When we looked at the immediate area, the homes were priced all over the place in price per square foot, and had various floorplans. This home, which had been lived in by these owners for over 30 years, was a 1940's bungalow that had a wow factor even though they had not updated the home. In fact, that was the appeal. It was vintage, and sparkling clean. The wood floors had been refinished and the original cabinets were like antique treasures. The grounds were exceptional, with fruit trees, plants and gardens that knocked your socks off. When she saw the home, she knew she had to have it. It was priced reasonably, but high if you looked at it with the "arm chair appraiser approach". The actual appraisal came in higher than the purchase price.

I also just listed an amazing home that gave me a 'wow' when I walked in the door. It was clear that the owner had loved her home, and had taken exquisite care of it. The colors were warm and soft, her furnishings were superb. The neighborhood was an average, tract home neighborhood in a modestly priced area. Nothing exceptional about the location. But when you walked into that home, and through the back door, the wow didn't stop. The back yard was beautifully landscaped and the views were great. The patio furniture was perfect. The whole of the experience was exactly as you would want every listing to be. We priced it at the high end and sold it in 2 weeks for full price. The buyer said 'wow' and had to have it.

Houses aren't hamburger.

Monday, April 09, 2012

The Tech-Savvy Real Estate Solution

The Tech-Savvy Real Estate Solution By Andrew Hill @ Before you take one more step along your real estate journey, you need to ask yourself one important question: How Tech-savvy is my Realtor? I’m not talking how many gadgets, smartphone, or tablets, they have in their arsenal. I mean how effective will your agent have you in the online real estate market. Real estate is no longer the simple business it once was and a strong Internet presence is key. You want to be sure that your Realtor is getting the most home exposure possible for both buyers and sellers. After all, no matter what type of real estate transaction you are undergoing, more exposure will always be a benefit. So how can you tell if your agent is a web-master? The following pointers can help answer that question: A freshly updated blog is a good indicator. Blogs are great for keeping you, the reader/client, informed about the real estate market and local events/ideas that may be beneficial to your real estate adventure. Blogs also provide a great way to expose certain properties or trends in the local market, so that you can be in the know when you are ready to buy/sell. A powerful, MLS based map search is another great tool. This allows you to search through properties to get an idea of what you are looking for. Once you have narrowed down your ideas, you can select certain homes to tour. And because these homes are on your agent’s MLS search, this will make the process of touring the home much simpler. Likewise, if you are selling, the incorporation of an MLS search is crucial to getting your house the exposure it deserves. With approximately 90% of all home sales beginning with an online search, you wouldn’t want an agent to list your home without an effective map search, would you? Another great option is conducting your search via Neighborhood Searches. These are often extremely helpful for those who have a good idea of where they are looking at living and what standard of living they can expect. Having a mobile site is another great feature for those on the go. Yes, there are many real estate- apps available from large corporations, but the ability to see your personal Realtor’s website is a real luxury. Staying in contact with them without downloading an app and enjoying the many benefits of being connected wherever you’re at is an instant indicator of a tech-savvy Realtor. As you can see, the benefits of exposure and quick communication are vital to real estate, today. And for the best real estate transaction possible, you want to be sure that your Realtor has an effective online presence. If you’re looking for tech-savvy solutions to your real estate questions, be sure to contact Linda DeVlieg, today!

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Housing Market Bottom Found, Says Bank of America

Housing Market Bottom Found, Says Bank of America

I've been feeling this way for awhile; the activity in the Albuquerque market is starting to feel a trend of 'normal'.  This doesn't mean, however, that prices are going UP, but it does mean that the inventory is trending towards meeting the demand.  More buyer interest, easier to get buyers qualified to buy, and sellers who have strategically priced their home to sell rather than 'testing' the market.

The Albuquerque real estate market has a unique personality, let's profile it today!  Call or email me anytime for more information about the Albuquerque real estate market.

Monday, March 26, 2012

Super fun things to do - might I suggest one wonderful site to use to find Things to Do in Albuquerque - I have a link to it on my real estate site, because I think it's so grand, and here's another way to find it at The Collector's Guide - It's a great resource to find things to do in the area, cultural events and places to go in the Albuquerque area.

Monday, March 12, 2012


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Thursday, March 08, 2012

Great new ad for Coldwell Banker Legacy for 2012 - what a voice, what a promotion! Come see us today at and see what I can do for you for Albuquerque real estate.

Monday, March 05, 2012

Welcome to my Marketing Plan for 2012 to get your Albuquerque home sold! Call me today for a personalized appointment.

Saturday, February 18, 2012

January Welcome Home Magazine on-line edition - get your Albuquerque real estate information and see beautiful homes for sale in the Albuquerque area - contact me when you are ready to buy or sell your home!

Thursday, February 02, 2012

Moving in Albuquerque

Moving in Albuquerque? Check out this gorgeous warehouse storage facility, clean moving trucks and a great crew to help you all the way! Go to their site to check out their rates, boxes for sale, and book your move today for your Albuquerque move.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

A great article about some reasons why you may not be able to buy a home! Some of the reasons will surprise you! SURPRISING REASONS YOU CAN'T BUY A HOME! When you get ready to buy some Albuquerque real estate, call me! I'll be glad to help.

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

2012 Vacation Guide

2012 Vacation Guide Enjoy this copy of our New Mexico vacation guide; and while you are here, if you need information on our great Pueblo style homes, homes with pools, or horse properties, just let me know!

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Where to Move, Get a Job & Buy a Home in 2012

Where to Move, Get a Job & Buy a Home in 2012 Albuquerque seen as a good opportunity to buy a home, get a job and have a place to be in the coming future....check it out today and find a great home search at

Great new Albuquerque real estate listing!

A great new property, listed in the Northeast area of Albuquerque - near La Cueva high school, it features the quality of Scott Patrick homes with city light views and updates you will love. Bamboo floors, gorgeous entryway, spacious kitchen. You will love this home!

9101 Palm Yucca NE

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