How to Save Money on Your Kitchen Remodel

The kitchen is without question one of the most important rooms in any home, and a main selling point when selling your home in Albuquerque. In fact, it can make or break a deal. In fact, a home with a remodeled kitchen can sell up to 8% faster, according to Realtor.com. In the “old days”, the kitchen was kept in … Read More

What Are E-Closings?

Back in the days before the coronavirus, closing on a home purchase in Albuquerque was an affair that included a bunch of people passing pens and paper around the table, exchanging handshakes. Today, that’s a scene that evokes a bit of cringing. Times have changed, and so have the way we close on home purchases. Now, lenders use what are called e-closings to navigate social distancing guidelines. … Read More

Should You Downsize to a Smaller Home in Albuquerque?

Downsizing. It’s a word that’s been on more people’s lips lately due to the economic situation we’re living in now. Many people are thinking about how they can adjust their finances to ride this storm and be more secure. For those who own a home in Albuquerque, the thought of moving into a smaller and less expensive home has stood … Read More

What is the Impact of Forbearance to You as an Albuquerque Homeowner?

Living in this time of uncharted waters can cause much anxiety, frustration and confusion. As a homeowner you may be concerned about the ability to pay your mortgage. According to Computershare Loan Services in the U.S., currently 8% of homeowners have filed for forbearance. Even if your current loan servicer offers forbearance under the CARES Act, much confusion still exists … Read More

Ideas to Make This a Mother’s Day to Remember

Are you stuck thinking of ideas for Mother’s Day this Sunday, May 10? The lockdown has made life a challenge, but don’t worry, you can still share a special day with mom in Albuquerque. Here’s a few ideas that will help you make this Mother’s Day 2020 one to remember. Share a meal Sure, you can’t eat in a restaurant … Read More

Support Albuquerque Restaurants and Enjoy Great Food

After about a month of staying at home in Albuquerque, you’re probably aching for something new to put on the table. The good news is that many restaurants in Albuquerque are making the best of this situation by offering delivery and takeout options. That means that you can spend a little of yoru stimulous money on some of the best … Read More

Moving Safely During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Moving into a new home in Albuquerque may have seemed like a daunting task before the COVID-19 pandemic. But now we have to take extra steps to make sure we stay safe and protect others as well when moving into a new home. If you can postpone your move, that would be ideal. But you may not have that luxury. … Read More

Things to Do in Albuquerque While in Quarantine

Most of us are stuck indoors for a while, and for our own good. No doubt you and your family have been finding ways to keep yourselves occupied and out of each other’s hair. But there are certainly plenty of things you can do to pass the time that are interesting and productive. What are some ways you can make … Read More

3 Factors to Consider When Selling Your Albuquerque Home in Today’s Market

Many home sellers are understandably concerned about a looming recession and how it will impact their ability to sell their home in Albuquerque. But just because there may be a recession doesn’t mean your home won’t sell. It just means there are things to consider to make sure your home is as competitive on the market as possible. Right now, … Read More

The Economic Impact of Buying a Home in Albuquerque

Everything is changing in our lives, and the real estate market is no exception. They way buyers work with agents, lenders, and all of the people involved in buying a home in Albuquerque are changing to the virtual world. But through it all, one thing is not changing: the need for people to buy homes. Buying a home can drive … Read More