Santa Fe Real Estate: FAQ Any Weather Disasters?

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Emily Medvec Santa Fe Real Estate

Are there any weather disasters or extreme weather in Santa Fe, NM? Let’s face it some places have more extreme weather than others making them more riskier places to live or relocate to in the future. Santa Fe has a remarkable low risk for extreme weather unless you consider our sunshine, blue skies and fresh air as extreme weather!

There is extremely low earthquake risk and Santa Fe is not considered to be a hurricane or tornado risk community. Here are some interesting facts:

  • the largest tornado within 50 miles of Santa Fe was in 1981 and classified as an F1 with no injuries or property damage,
  • the US Geological Service database rates Santa Fe as having a 29.310% chance of an earthquake within 50 kilometers of Santa Fe in the next 50 years,
  • with the average annual rainfall participation at 14.22 inches per year there is a low chance for flooding,
  • with the average high July temperature of 85.6 degrees and the average low January temperature of 15.5 degrees there is risk of extreme heat or cold is low,
  • like other communities in the Southwestern United States, Santa Fe is experiencing climate change and drought risk yet on a scale of weather hazards the overall extreme weather risk remains low. See this link to a map of the United States for comparison of extreme weather risks and ratings in other communities.


If you are considering relocating to Santa Fe, New Mexico for a lifestyle change our communities low risk for extreme weather may be an unexpected benefit. If you are interested in relocating to Santa Fe, contact us for experienced professional help and information about our Santa Fe Real Estate market. If you want to search for current homes, condos, land and ranches on the market, go to www.buysantafehomes.com for a easy map or list search of current properties on the market. Or if you know Santa Fe is on your radar, call
Emily Medvec at 505-660-4541 to arrange for a brief phone consultation on current market trends and to schedule showings in advance of your visit.

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See other FAQs about Santa Fe Real Estate

FAQ Why Buy A Second Home?
FAQ What Are Property Taxes?
FAQ Gem? Fixer? Get Home Inspection
FAQ Is The Air Clean?

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Today, I represent Sellers and Buyers in all price ranges in Santa Fe and throughout northern New Mexico. My focus is to use my experience, vision and strategies to find you opportunities and solutions. My goal is always to save you time and money whether you are selling or buying any type of Santa Fe real estate, including homes, land, town homes, condominiums, ranches and commercial property. Here are recent reviews from my past clients about my know-how and service. Until you are ready to Buy or Sell, let's connect and learn more about each other on Facebook or Twitter

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Roy Kelley
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Santa Fe is a very inviting area.  Many of us are trying to select a retirement home location.  Thanks, too, for sharing the beautiful photograph.

Jun 06, 2012 08:55 AM #1
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Sussie Sutton
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I have never been to Santa Fe or New Mexico for that matter... will have to plan a trip up there!

Jun 06, 2012 09:27 AM #2
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Emi;y-SUCH a smart topic for a post, you are so on the mark with these posts!

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Emily "sunshine, blue skies and fresh air"  how do you handle it all .......... LOL

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Unless you consider our sunshine, blue skies and fresh air as extreme weather!.............nicely said Emily, I like it.

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