Serving New Mexico
Nestled in the heart of the Southwest, Albuquerque, New Mexico is a growing, eclectic city surrounded by spectacular natural beauty of the high desert.
Roughly 35 miles south of Albuquerque, Belen is a town in central New Mexico named after the Spanish word for “Bethlehem.”
Located on the northern edge of the Sandia Mountains, the town of Bernalillo sits next to the Rio Grande, approximately 15 miles from Albuquerque.
New Mexico’s most populous county, Bernalillo County is home to Albuquerque, as well as Rio Rancho, Edgewood and Tijeras.
Located 16 miles east of downtown Albuquerque, Cedar Crest is a town that is officially considered by the United States Census Bureau to be part of the city’s Metro Area.
The Village of Corrales is a compact and extremely desirable area located within the rapidly expanding Albuquerque metropolitan area.
East Mountain, New Mexico, offers residents a comfortable climate, friendly environment, access to a large city nearby with both a university and a major medical center.
Four Hills Village
Located about ten miles east of Albuquerque, just north of Kirtland Air Force Base, Four Hills Village has a population of around 2500 people.
Founded in the 1700s by Spanish settlers, the village of Los Lunas, New Mexico is a small town with big city amenities, situated 20 minutes south of the state’s largest city, Albuquerque.
Located just southwest of Albuquerque, Peralta is a town of approximately 3,750 citizens. Named after a Spanish priest who helped settle the area, Peralta is now a mostly residential community, with the majority of its residents working in nearby Albuquerque.
Ask three Placitans what they like best about living in Placitas and you may get six different answers. One will appreciate being so far from everything, while another loves being close to everything — and both will be right!
Rio Rancho, New Mexico and Rio Rancho, NM real estate for sale are found in the state’s third-largest city and one of its fastest-growing.
Located on the eastern edge of the Sandia Mountains, the town of Sandia Park, New Mexico has a population of fewer than 250 people.
The Village of Tijeras had a population of 541 in 2012, according to the informational website, Sperling’s Best Places. Sperling’s also informs us that the median cost for Tijeras homes for sale is $220,500.
Valencia County, located in central New Mexico south of Albuquerque, is home to around 75,000 residents and includes the suburban towns of Belen, Los Lunas and Peralta.