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

Mortgage Scams and How to Avoid Them

When you buy a home in Albuquerque, the last thing you need to worry about is being scammed. Yet, mortgage scams are an unfortunate reality that has victimized thousands of people. Over 11,000 people reported being scammed when financing a home in 2018 alone. And to make matters worse, scammers are getting more and more creative about how they steal … Read More

St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations This Week in Albuquerque

St. Patricks Day

Get ready to get your green on this weekend and have some good old Irish style fun in Albuquerque. There’s a great selection of St Patrick’s Day celebrations coming up this week. Here’s a few of those events to put on your calendar. St. Patrick’s Day Party Our annual St. Pat’s Party with Celtic harp, Irish sing along, Irish step … Read More

Removing Old Wallpaper Will Help Sell Your Home Faster

Let’s admit it: wallpaper is not the current trend in home design. So if you decide to sell your home in Albuquerque and there’s wallpaper on the walls, you will need to get rid of it. Most buyers will find your wallpaper to dated and undesirable. Leaving wallpaper on the walls will certainly hinder your chances of selling your home. … Read More

How Home Seller Disclosure Laws Work in New Mexico

Let’s say you just bought a new two-story home in Albuquerque. As you unpack upstairs, you realize there’s no water coming from the faucets. In fact, there’s no running water at all on the second floor. Somehow this went unnoticed when you were viewing the home. What’s even worse is that the owner knew the whole time and didn’t disclose that issue. But was … Read More