FALL in New Mexico – A beautiful sight to behold!

FALL in New Mexico – A beautiful sight to behold!
One of the many reasons to make New Mexico you home!
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Is New Construction for You?

From REALTOR.COM
By TD Bank
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If you’re a first-time buyer, determining whether to build or buy an existing home can be overwhelming.

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THIS is what Fall in New Mexico is about!

Another great reason to make New Mexico your home!
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8Zme6KIKco&feature=youtu.

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Look up in the New Mexico Sky!

It that time of year! Look up in the New Mexico Sky!
Another great reason to call Santa Fe home! www.santafemove.com Serving Buyers and Sellers Real Estate Needs!
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Tree Top Condo! 442 Gregg Ave

“Tree Top” Condo! 442 Gregg Ave, Santa Fe NM
Wonderful light and airy 2 bedroom 2 bath tree top Cielo Grande unit is an excellent opportunity! Great lock and go vacation home or primary in-town location near all things Santa Fe!.

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6 Rules to Follow When Pricing Your Home

From REALTOR.COM
By Craig Donofrio
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It’s time to move on. You’ve decided to sell your home and embark on a new adventure.

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A new addition to Santa Fe!

Great theater concept with food and bar. Big city in little Santa Fe! Thinking of buying or selling?Check out santafemove.com for all of your real estate needs — at Violet Crown Cinema in Ye Olde Railyard.

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Bring your horses!

A rare 126+ Acre Lot in Santa Fe county. Bordered by the Galisteo River on the north and alike acreage to the east and west, makes this land private and accessible. Public electric is in the area and a private undeveloped well is on the property. 360 views of surround mesa and vista.

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2015 Santa Fe Opera season has opened!

An amazing venue for any type of performance if you have not been.

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Build Your Dream

These two lots are adjacent to each other, the result of parcelling a 10 acre lot into two 5 acre lots before the current owners’ purchase in 2006. Each lot begins with a moderate slope up and culminates in a steeper hill ending just before the front of the Glorieta Mesa.

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