Things You Should Know

Aug. 19, 2013

Re/Max IPO

     Remax Holding Inc., a Denver based real estate company with over 92,000 agents world-wide filed for a US Initial Public Offering on Friday.  The initial filing showed Remax was attempting to raise $100 Million dollars although that number will probably change. 

     With the continued recovery ...

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July 30, 2013

Back to School Tax Free Weekend

     Summer vacation is almost over. Albuquerque Public Schools begins its fall semester on August 13th. With school drawing near back to school sales are on the rise. This weekend all back to school items are tax free.    

     The New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department has held ...

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July 26, 2013

Red AND Green Chile

     New Mexico is famous for its red and green chile. The state’s tasty green chile has been recognized nationally in a recent food poll. Listed as Albuquerque green chile the spicy peppers won the title of top iconic American food. America has caught on to the craze that has ...

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July 25, 2013

Trees For New Mexico

     The New Mexico Forestry Department is encouraging conservation through its low cost seedling sale. The seedlings are taken from 50 different species and are available for purchase through October 4th. Interested homeowners need to make sure they meet purchase restrictions that include plot size and tree use.    


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July 24, 2013

The Numbers of Buying A Home

     The basic arithmetic you learned in elementary school is of great value as an adult. Understanding the numbers will help prevent defaulting on a loan and foreclosure. Hard times hit even the most money conscious people, but knowing your budget and how prices will affect you is crucial in ...

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July 23, 2013

Maintaining Your New Home

     After you’ve bought the dream home reality quickly enters with leaky faucets or little renovations that need to be done. Questions about how to fix things and what to look for soon occupy your thoughts. Resources are available to answer those questions and make your life a little simpler ...

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July 22, 2013

Things to Consider Before Buying a Home

    Before buying a home try to eliminate any surprises. Inspections, utility bills and a little bit of research will provide information you need to make a wise decision.     A good  REALTOR will also know important information and can direct you to the right people and resources in the ...

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July 19, 2013

Renovations That Pay

     Price tags appear in the minds of home owners when the word renovation is said. Renovations can help sell a home, but you don’t want to put in more than you’ll get out of it. Starting with a budget and researching various prices and sales will help limit the ...

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July 15, 2013

New Mexico Universities

     New Mexico universities have expanded their campuses to include Albuquerque, Rio Rancho and Los Lunas. More choices now exist for those who want to live near campus.

     The University of New Mexico’s main campus is in Albuquerque with two smaller campuses in Rio Rancho and Los Lunas. Depending ...

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July 12, 2013

Fire Danger

     A fire is a frightening thing for any home owner. The loss incurred is irreparable. Your pictures, keepsakes and the home that held so many memories are gone in minutes. Insurance cannot give you back all that you lost, but it’s a great help. It’s important to know what ...

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