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homes: North Albuquerque Acres Real Estate and Homes - 04/19/10 02:27 PM
North Albuquerque Acres real estate and homes are situated on the north-eastern outskirts of Albuquerque. Here you will find breathtaking views of the Sandia Mountains, West Mesa, and the city. The high desert landscape surrounds many homes here, with yards that often devote a good percentage of its space to the untouched natural environment (where it is not uncommon to see families of mother and baby quail racing across unpaved roads!). Custom homes in North Albuquerque Acres often rest on approximately one-acre lots, and it is not uncommon to see horses in people's backyards. Close to Paseo del Norte and Tramway, (0 comments)
homes: ABQ Uptown Homes and Real Estate - 04/09/10 09:39 AM
ABQ Uptown real estate offer many housing opportunities for sale and rent. Many homes were built in the 1950's and 1960's, with brick exteriors like Mossman homes. Houses located in more established neighborhoods often offer mature landscaping, with huge trees that provide wonderful shade during those hot Albuquerque summer months. Currently there are a number of condo developments underway for those looking for a more urban experience. Traditionally a business and shopping district, and close to the center of the Albuquerque Metro Area, Uptown Albuquerque offers convenient access to all city amenities. Here you will find many professional offices, hotels, proximity to freeway (0 comments)
homes: Homes and Real Estate in Albuquerque's Northeast Heights - 04/08/10 06:27 PM
Homes and real estate in Albuquerque's Northeast Heights communities often offer beautiful views of the Sandia Mountains and access to all urban life has to offer. North East heights neighborhoods are centrally located within the Albuquerque Metro Area, which means quick and convenient access to almost anywhere from this part of town. Homes in this area range greatly in style, aesthetics, age and market value, with established, older neighborhoods like the Princess Jeanne neighborhood offering more affordable real estate and newer subdivisions offering more expensive custom homes. In general, price per square foot in Albuquerque's "Northeast Heights" tends to be lower than (0 comments)
homes: Buying a Home in Albuquerque, NM: Tips for Purchasing ABQ Real Estate - 04/07/10 09:27 AM
Albuquerque Home Buyers: If you are considering buying a home in Albuquerque, Corrales, Placitas, East Mountains, or Rio Rancho, NM, here are some important questions and tips to consider before you start searching for a home: Where would you like to live? Nearby any specific schools, shopping areas, or place of work? How far are you willing to communte? What characteristics would you like and need in a house? Any particular style (i.e. Pueblo, Contemporary, Ranch, Territorial, Victorian, Modern Southwestern, etc.)? What about number of bedrooms and bathrooms? What size yard would you like? Any particular green home features? How (0 comments)
Passive Solar Designed Homes in Albuquerque People here in Albuquerque and other Southwestern communities have been building with passive solar designs for hundreds of years. Ancient adobe homes attest to this long-held building tradition in New Mexico. When most people think of New Mexican architecture or building, adobe structures often come to mind. With Albuquerque's beautiful sun-filled skies, designing for passive solar is a cost-effective and relatively simple green heating and cooling solution. A Green Heating Solution in New Mexico - And Anywhere Else Where the Sun Shines! You can easily save financially (and help "Save the Earth") from designing (1 comments)
homes: Garden Tips for Albuquerque, NM: Create Beauty and Help Sell Your Home! - 04/06/10 10:15 AM
Its Spring Time! If you are selling your home, a beautiful garden creates a wonderful, abundant, and peaceful outdoor environment. Unless a home buyer is looking for a zero maintenance yard, well-established, low-maintenance landscaping is more often than not attractive to buyers in search of a place that feels like they have come home. As the days warm up here in Albuquerque, NM, I am struck with garden fever. Although we are not free from frost-free nights yet (looking out the window this morning, I see lots of gray clouds in fact), especially for those of us who live in the North Valley, South Valley, (1 comments)
homes: Homes in Far Northeast Heights Albuquerque - 04/05/10 07:14 PM
Homes in Far Northeast Heights Albuquerque include sought after communities like Sandia Heights, North Albuquerque Acres, Albuquerque Acres West, Foothills North, Academy West, and the "Far Northeast Heights" area itself. Homes and real estate in these Albuquerque communities range in price per square foot, from the more expensive areas like High Desert, Glenwood Hills, and Tanoan Country Club, to more affordable, older communities, retirement communities, condominiums, manufactured homes, and rental properties. Schools in the Far Northeast Height areas tend to be newer and rank well. The nationally recognized private middle and high school Albuquerque Academy is located here. Amenities include diverse retail (1 comments)
homes: Homes and Real Estate in Corrales, NM - 03/31/10 06:33 AM
Homes and real estate in Corrales, NM are located close to the bustling cities of Albuquerque and Rio Rancho, but are quietly nestled in the rural Rio Grande valley. The Village of Corrales is filled with a slower-paced, artistic, and peaceful energy. With a population of approximately 7,300, Corrales maintains a true small village feel. As soon as you enter the village, you will see green pastures, farmland, orchards, acequias, horses, sheep, chickens, and roosters. Above the ancient cottonwood trees, amazing views of the Sandia Mountains take you breath away. Driving along the narrow two lane main street you can't help (3 comments)
homes: North Valley Albuquerque Homes and Real Estate - 03/30/10 02:02 PM
North Valley Albuquerque homes and real estate are often surrounded by an environment of peacefulness. Winding streets, long, narrow parcels, acequias, and fertile landscapes fill the North Valley landscape. Many homes sit on lush acreage, surrounded by colorful gardens, small orchards, and ancient cottonwood trees. Because many homes are set on one acre or more sized lots, this is one of the few areas in Albuquerque where the city permits horses. It is also common to see chickens, llamas, peacocks, and goats roaming in people's backyards.Existing housing is very diverse in price, size, quality, and type. Most residential areas are marked with custom (0 comments)
homes: Westside Albuquerque Homes and Real Estate: Many Housing Opportunities - 03/30/10 10:36 AM
Westside Albuquerque homes and real estate includes communities located at West of the Rio Grande River, up and over the western mesa, South of City of Rio Rancho, and North of Central Avenue (Old Route 66). Over the last twenty years, the Westside has seen huge growth, and like other rapidly growing suburban communities, it offers many options for housing, education, shopping, recreation, dining and other urban conveniences. Many affordable home and real estate options exist in ABQ's west side, including attached and detached homes located in master planned communities like Taylor Ranch, Ventana Ranch, and Paradise Hills. You can also (0 comments)
homes: Homes and Real Estate in South Valley Albuquerque, New Mexico - 03/29/10 10:16 AM
Real estate in Albuquerque's South Valley is often characterized by mature river valley trees, agricultural fields, farm animals, and green pastures. The peaceful Rio Grande Bosque and River runs through the South Valley, with trails of acequias, or ditch banks, lining the rural landscape. Rural areas are perfect for nature and animal lovers, with plenty of trails for horseback riding, biking, and long walks. Many local South Valley residents have deep family roots which go back generations. The South Valley also features a more urban real estate feel, with higher density neighborhoods like Atrisco and Barelas branching off from Albuquerque Downtown's (1 comments)
homes: Homes and Real Estate in the East Moutains Areas: In the Mountains, Still Close to Albuquerque - 03/29/10 05:51 AM
Homes and real estate in the East Mountains Areas of Albuquerque, NM offer many diverse options. With quick access to I-40 , you can enjoy the peace and quiet of living in the mountains while still enjoing a relatively short commute to the Albuquerque metro area (depending on road conditions - snow and icy roads can slow down that commute!) Living in the East Mountains offers amazing views, being surrounding by an abundance of trees like Pinons, Junipers, Ponderosa Pines, and Aspen, wildlife, close access to campgrounds and skiing opportunities, cooler weather (about 10 degrees colder than Albuquerque), a sense of wide (2 comments)
homes: Show and Sell Your Home: Tips from Albuquerque Realtor Paul Chavez - 03/28/10 10:11 AM
Once you have made the important, and often difficult decision, of selling your home, one of the first things you must do before listing your home (hopefully with Earth Origins Realty if you are in the Albuquerque, NM area!) is to Clean - Decluttler - Start Packing - and Clean Again. Did we mention clean? When buyers walk into your home for sell, they need to envision and imagine themselves cooking in the kitchen, reading a good book in the living room, and feel calmness in the bedroom. If all they notice is the dirty kitchen countertop, dust piling up on (1 comments)
homes: User-Friendly, No-Pressure MLS Search Tools offered by Albuquerque's Earth Origins Realty - 03/27/10 04:44 PM
With over 80% of home buyers using the internet to search for their next real estate purchase, Earth Origins Realty has created one of the most user-friendly and detailed MLS search tools available to consumers today. www.albuquerquerealestateandhomes.com is designed for home buyers and anyone else interested in learning more about up-to-date real estate market conditions in Albuquerque, Corrales, Placitas, Rio Rancho, the East Mountains, and other NM communities to easily search the MLS for properties. Rather than being about our real estate agency, Earth Origins Realty, our website is about providing an easy to use MLS portal. Many real estate websites require people sign in and provide personal contact information before they can use the home (0 comments)
Paul Chavez: Albuquerque Realtor, NM EcoBroker, and General Contractor
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