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Working closely with an experienced Albuquerque Real Estate Broker is an essential first step if you are considering the purchase or sale of an Albuquerque area home. By working with us, you have access to over two decades of experience and knowledge derived from a plethora of real estate transactions. Buying or selling a home is still a big deal for most people. It’s a complex process with many moving parts and many different people, entities, and laws at play. Be sure you have solid representation in the purchase or sale of your home.
Please work with a professional, a REALTOR®, someone who represents your best interest and has lazer focus for an optimal outcome with you and your transaction. Negotiation is a critical component of any real estate transaction. Go with a pro, go with experience, go with a broker and REALTOR® you trust! We will be by your side throughout the process. Let our experience be the keys to your new home.
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Albuquerque is geographically divided into several directional quadrants NE, NW, SE, and SW. Additionally, there is the North Valley, South Valley, and Downtown/Old-Town area. Each of these massive quadrants has popular subdivisions, neighborhoods, and communities to consider.
The following is a list of “Area Names” Sandia Heights, North Albuquerque Acres, Albuquerque Acres West, Northeast Heights, Far Northeast Heights, Southeast Heights, Foothills North, Foothills South, Academy West, UNM, UNM South, Uptown, Downtown, Four Hills, Fairgrounds, North Valley, Near North Valley, Far North Valley, West River Valley, Northwest Heights, Ladera Heights, Paradise West, Paradise East, Southwest Heights, Valley Farms, Near South Valley and Pajarito.
While using this website and the search tools available, you can navigate and search for homes in these many areas and subdivisions at your leisure.
The Albuquerque MLS (Multiple Listing Service) also has several nearby communities that we gladly serve. Rio Rancho NM ties to NW Albuquerque and is a popular area for those looking for a larger lot and a bit more elbow room. Corrales NM is a favorite for those looking for a more rural & tranquil feel along the Rio Grande river. Corrales features some excellent horse properties, and the Southwest ambiance is prevalent. Placitas NM is 20 miles North of Albuquerque off I-25 and offers serenity, space, and magical dark skies. An epic place for your destination home!
The East Mountains include the communities of Tijeras, Cedar Crest, Sandia Park, and Paako. People particularly enjoy the higher altitude mountain air, Pinetrees, and proximity to Sandia Peak and the popular Ski area. Further East on I-40 is Edgewood NM with a much slower-pace and less populated. Horse type properties and large sections of land are common.
Many folks love to work and shop in Albuquerque but prefer to live and raise their families a bit further away. Consider the three smaller towns South of Albuquerque, including Los Lunas, Bosque Farms, and Peralta. More affordable and more rural, there is still a wide range of properties types and amenities to fit your needs, including planned communities, horse properties, and manufactured homes.
Albuquerque Homes and Lifestyles
As you search for an Albuquerque area home, you should also consider your lifestyle. For some people, commuting time to work is paramount; for others, it’s about having a community with parks for the kids and trails for walking and biking. If you love Golf being near a favorite local course may be important. An HOA or Homeowners Association is crucial for some home buyers and a resounding NO for others. Albuquerque has some of the country’s best biking paths, so living near a trailhead may be essential. Some buyers will prefer a simple low maintenance lifestyle, so an Albuquerque Condominium or Townhome may be the best option.
Other essential lifestyle considerations could be lot size allowing more outdoor living, gardening, and the like. Do you own an RV? Many neighborhoods restrict RV parking while other communities welcome them. Gated communities and security can be a lifestyle decision as well. Do you have horses or farm animals? You may need a more rural setting. Albuquerque offers Urban living as well. The Downtown area has many converted buildings for loft type living. As you can see, lifestyle can play a big part in your overall selection. As you navigate our webpage, you will see many opportunities to search for lifestyle specific properties.
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