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Cool Down This Summer With These Top Albuquerque Ice Cream Shops

by Sandi Pressley

Do you scream for ice cream? Summer is unofficially here, and it’s time to start thinking about the best part of summer – ice cream! In a city like Albuquerque, you can bet you’ll find amazing ice cream, frozen yogurt, and gelato delights to sooth the summer heat. Here’s the latest list of the best places to get ice cream in Albuquerque.

I Scream Ice Cream

Of course one of the best places to get ice cream in Albuquerque has that name. And to go with delicious ice cream are walls filled with memorabilia to gaze at as you revisit your childhood.

Green Jeans Farmery

There’s plenty of ways to cool down at Green Jeans. It’s a collection of several restaurants, including Chumlys Southwestern, Rustic on the Green, Amore Neapolitan Pizzeria,  Nitro Fog Creamery and Rockin’ Taco. You can get your ice cream, have a refreshing brew, and enjoy delicious food all in one place.

Pop Fizz

Only in Albuquerque will you find an ice cream shop like this. Pop Fizz mixes Mexican Paleteria with an American Soda shop twist. They make their own Paletas with real fruit and cane sugar, with constantly changing flavors. And if you need something stronger, they offer beer, wine, boozy milkshakes and alcohol infused Paletas.

Frost Gelato

So smooth and delicious, gelato is the perfect ice cream alternative. Frost Gelato offers the best gelato in Albuquerque, where you can mix and match flavors to create something new every time you visit.

Steve's Ice Cream & Java

While you’re touring old town Albuquerque,  stop by Steve’s for amazing ice cream, muffins, and a refreshingly strong cup of coffee. It’s the perfect diversion while shopping downtown.

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HOT HOME LISTING OF THE WEEK!

7508 Calle Montana NE, Albuquerque, NM 87113  $419,000

5 Bedrooms / 3 Bathrooms (2 full, 1 half) / 3000 Square Feet

Beautiful 5 bedroom Stillbrooke in highly desirable planned community! The main level offers a grand open floorplan that seemlessly connects the living spaces. Cathedral ceilings & Clerestory windows lend to the light, bright family room w/cozy fireplace; A chef inspiring kitchen will delight featuring gorgeous granite counter tops, ample cabinet space, large pantry, eat at kitchen island & sunny breakfast nook. Master suite is situated on the main level at the back of home for optimal tranquility with backyard access, spa like en suite & huge walkin closet. Upstairs features a loft/den, three more large bedrooms, & another full bathroom. Enjoy the tranquil water feature in the professionally landscaped and fully walled backyard.

Contact the Sandi Pressley team for additional details! 

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Should You Buy a Second Home in Albuquerque?

by Sandi Pressley

Is buying a second home in Albuquerque something you’ve considered? Buying a 2nd home for retirement or a vacation home can be a great investment, as well as an indicator you’re planning well for retirement. And since finance rates are low, now is a great time to buy.

The big question though is why you should buy a 2nd home in Albuquerque? Answering this question will help you see where your priorities are.

You Can Afford It

Can you really afford a 2nd home in Albuquerque? Usually, people buy a 2nd home after their children leave home and they’re headed for retirement. People tend to earn more or have more saved up by this point in life, giving them more financial freedom.

A Good Investment

Buying a second or retirement home in Albuquerque can be a great investment. But there are risks. Try to choose a home in an area that is growing, which can improve the property value over time.

Comfortable Retirement

As we’ve noted, usually its individuals in their 40s – 50s that tend to buy 2nd homes. Most people are planning for retirement or at least thinking about it by that age. Owning a second home can be a great way to plan for retirement.

Let’s say you want to retire to a community with a sunny beach? Why not search for a home in the area you want to retire? That way you’ll already have the home and it will have increased in value until then.

Tax Benefits

If you own a home, you have to pay taxes on it, so of course we need to talk about the tax benefits. The good news is that you can write off the property taxes on a second home. And it doesn’t matter if it’s an investment, rental, or for your own use. You can also deduct interest, insurance, and depreciation against your home’s value.

Buying a second home may not be for everyone. But if it’s something you can do, take time to consider the advantages and disadvantages before you make the big move.

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HOT HOME LISTING OF THE WEEK!

7508 Calle Montana NE, Albuquerque, NM 87113  $419,000

5 Bedrooms / 3 Bathrooms (2 full, 1 half) / 3000 Square Feet

Beautiful 5 bedroom Stillbrooke in highly desirable planned community! The main level offers a grand open floorplan that seemlessly connects the living spaces. Cathedral ceilings & Clerestory windows lend to the light, bright family room w/cozy fireplace; A chef inspiring kitchen will delight featuring gorgeous granite counter tops, ample cabinet space, large pantry, eat at kitchen island & sunny breakfast nook. Master suite is situated on the main level at the back of home for optimal tranquility with backyard access, spa like en suite & huge walkin closet. Upstairs features a loft/den, three more large bedrooms, & another full bathroom. Enjoy the tranquil water feature in the professionally landscaped and fully walled backyard.

Contact the Sandi Pressley team for additional details! 

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4 Obstacles to Selling Your Home in Albuquerque Without an Agent

by Sandi Pressley

It’s not rare that a person may feel they can sell their home on their own, which is called For Sale By Owner (FSBO). Many people believe that by not using a real estate agent that they’ll save money and have more control over the process.  But most of the time, they end up having more stress than those who hire an agent. What are some of the issues that people face when they sell their house on their own?

Setting the Right Price

People who chose not to use a real estate agent have a tough time setting the right price. They are emotionally attached to the house, and it’s not easy to separate those feelings.  So in many cases they set the price too high, which will drive away buyers and prolong the process.

Paperwork

Home sellers are never really prepared for all the paperwork it takes to complete a sale. In addition, some of the paperwork is hard to understand.  This is why real estate agents spend so much time training, so that they can comprehend all of that legal speak. And an agent will also handle all of the paperwork, so you do have to. This alone can be convincing enough to hire a real estate professional.

Selling in Your Desired Timeframe

Home sellers don’t always realize how long the process takes. You need to get your home ready to sell, show it to buyers, close the sale, and more. All of this can add up, making the process take longer than people expect. As such, many will set unrealistic deadlines and be disappointed and frustrated when they fall short.

Getting Your Home Ready to Sell

Most homes need to be prepared to sell.  There’s almost always some repairs to be made, along with cleaning and staging. This is a crucial part of the process that many homeowners overlook when they sell their own home. Home buyers typically will look at a home online and judge the home by the photos. If they don’t see a clean home, they will just go to the next listing.

Why go through all of these stressful obstacles on your own? Hiring an experienced agent will alleviate a great deal of stress and confusion during the selling process, as well as help you make more money in the end.

Search for your dream home in Albuquerque with our easy to use home search. Check back on our blog every week for more real estate advice and local articles about living in Albuquerque. And make sure to follow us on Facebook for up to date real estate news for Albuquerque and surrounding areas.

HOT HOME LISTING OF THE WEEK!

5000 College Heights Drive NW, Albuquerque, NM 8712  $425,000

4 Bedrooms / 3 Bathrooms (2 full, 1 half) / 2850 Square Feet

Casual elegance abounds in this beautiful custom home with private courtyard & dramatic functional floor plan featuring 4BDR/2.5BA/3CG! Oversized great room features coffered ceiling, tile flooring, gas fireplace, 8ft stacking patio doors that open up to the amazing outdoor living space w/wood fireplace & covered patio to entertain or relax & enjoy the best of New Mexico weather! Gourmet kitchen features granite countertops, gas cooktop, pot filler, built-in oven, bkfst bar, pantry, island! REFRIG AIR, central vac, skylights, RV Pad! Incredible mst suite on its own wing featuring backyard patio access, jetted tub, sep shower, built-in cabinets in walk-in closet. Beautifully landscaped & walled for privacy. Close to shopping, parks, Bosque trails, easy access across town Montano, I40!

Contact the Sandi Pressley team for additional details! 

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Should You Pay Off Your Mortgage or Invest?

by Sandi Pressley

If you have some extra cash on hand, what do you do with it? If you plan to make that money work for you, perhaps you've thought about investing or paying off your mortgage.

Which choice yeilds the best return? This has certainly been a heated debate, with passionate responses on both sides of the question.  Either way, it’s a decision that can have serious consequences financially.

Which way should you go?

You need to consider these variables:

  • Your home’s current market value
  • Your mortgage interest rate
  • Home appreciation in your area
  • Your income tax rate
  • Expectations for inflation
  • An assumed rate of investment return

Justin Goodbread, a certified financial planner, analyzed these variables, using national averages for these parameters to compare various scenarios between investing and paying off a mortgage.

As it turned out, the math favored investing. But the math isn’t the only thing you should consider. It also depends on your own situation. Goodbread offered two rules of thumb to decide:

You should pay off your mortgage early if you’re a conservative investor, in a low tax bracket with a high mortgage interest rate.

And you should invest if you’re a more aggressive investor, in a high tax bracket with a low, 30-year, fixed mortgage interest rate, and if you’re younger than 50.

What are some reasons to keep your mortgage?

  • Maintaining liquidity.  Paying off a mortgage will leave you without a cash cushion in an emergency.
  • Your home’s value isn’t affected by a mortgage.  The value of your home will increase over time. But this will not affect how much you owe on your mortgage.
  • Mortgage interest is inexpensive. Your mortgage is secured by your home’s value, and this keeps interest rates much cheaper than credit cards and personal loans. Even better, the interest is tax deductible.

Of course, in the end, the choice of investing vs paying off your mortgage is one you should make carefully. Join us every week for more real estate advice and local Albuquerque articles.

Search for your dream home in Albuquerque with our easy to use home search. Check back on our blog every week for more real estate advice and local articles about living in Albuquerque. And make sure to follow us on Facebook for up to date real estate news for Albuquerque and surrounding areas.

HOT HOME LISTING OF THE WEEK!

5000 College Heights Drive NW, Albuquerque, NM 8712  $425,000

4 Bedrooms / 3 Bathrooms (2 full, 1 half) / 2850 Square Feet

Casual elegance abounds in this beautiful custom home with private courtyard & dramatic functional floor plan featuring 4BDR/2.5BA/3CG! Oversized great room features coffered ceiling, tile flooring, gas fireplace, 8ft stacking patio doors that open up to the amazing outdoor living space w/wood fireplace & covered patio to entertain or relax & enjoy the best of New Mexico weather! Gourmet kitchen features granite countertops, gas cooktop, pot filler, built-in oven, bkfst bar, pantry, island! REFRIG AIR, central vac, skylights, RV Pad! Incredible mst suite on its own wing featuring backyard patio access, jetted tub, sep shower, built-in cabinets in walk-in closet. Beautifully landscaped & walled for privacy. Close to shopping, parks, Bosque trails, easy access across town Montano, I40!

Contact the Sandi Pressley team for additional details! 

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Make This a Memorial Day to Remember in Albuquerque

by Sandi Pressley

Get ready for fun, excitement, and rememberance this next weekend in Albuquerque! There's no better place to spend Memorial Day weekend than Albuquerque, so make sure you make your plans now. If you need some ideas, here's a list of some of the events coming up this Memoral Day weekend in Albuquerque.

Singin’ in the Rain Broadway at Albuquerque Little Theatre

Opening night is Friday, May 24, 2019 and the production runs on weekends through June 16 at the Albuquerque Little Theatre.

Downtown Growers' Market

The downtown market offers fresh produce, live music, yoga, and a wide variety of vendors. The market at historic Robinson Park runs on Saturday, May 25, from 8 a.m. to noon.

Albuquerque Wine Festival

Sample wines from wineries throughout the state. Listen to great live music, taste mouth-watering selections from food vendors, and view the work of talented arts and crafts vendors.  The wine festival, suitable for all ages, runs from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, May 25 and 26, and noon to 4 p.m. on Monday, May 27, at Balloon Fiesta Park. Tickets required and parking is free. 

ABQ Beer Week

The annual Albuquerque Beer Week runs from May 23 through June 2, 2019. Enjoy beer tastings, beer tappings, trivia, live music, beer stein painting, and other events around town. This is your chance to discover some of the city's best breweries and pubs showcased throughout the week.

Albuquerque Blues and Brews

Hear live music from top blues bands, enjoy unlimited samples from dozens of regional craft breweries, participate in raffles and games, check out the cocktail bar, and more. The event takes place from 2 to 6 p.m. on Sunday, May 26, 2019 at Sandia Resort & Casino.

Memorial Day Ceremony at New Mexico Veterans' Memorial Park

Remember veterans who sacrificed their lives in service at a special Memorial Day ceremony at New Mexico Veterans' Memorial Park. The ceremony on Monday, May 27, 2019 from 10 a.m. to noon will feature patriotic music and guest speakers.

Have a Happy Memorial Day Weekend in Albuquerque!

Search for your dream home in Albuquerque with our easy to use home search. Check back on our blog every week for more real estate advice and local articles about living in Albuquerque. And make sure to follow us on Facebook for up to date real estate news for Albuquerque and surrounding areas.

HOT HOME LISTING OF THE WEEK!

6448 Kola Court NW, Albuquerque, NM 87120  $399,000

4 Bedrooms / 3 Bathrooms (2 full, 1 half) / 2587 Square Feet

Exceptional custom home! Cul-de-sac location and huge lot! 4BDR/3BA/3CG with master bdr split plan. Private owner's suite on its own wing features tray ceiling, garden tub, sep shower, double sink vanity, walk-in closet & linen closet. REFRIG AIR! Great room & dining room share a cozy two-way fireplace and are open to the custom kitchen with great entertaining space! Kitchen features beautiful cabinets with crown molding, recessed lighting, granite countertops, backsplash, bkst bar, tile flooring, walk-in pantry! Oversized backyard with backyard access, extended covered patio, trees, shrubs and walled for privacy. Perfect for summer BBQs and enjoying the best of NM weather!!

Contact the Sandi Pressley team for additional details! 

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Planning to Deal With Unexpected Home Repairs

by Sandi Pressley

Owning a home in Albuquerque can bring some anxiety when it comes to dealing with unexpected repairs. According to a recent report, most homeowners say that home repairs and maintenance top the list of worries when it comes to owning a home.

According to Holden Lewis, NerdWallet’s home analyst, “When you buy a home, you take a leap into the unknown. So it’s no wonder that homeowners say they’re anxious in our survey. Don’t spend your last dime on the down payment. Instead, set aside a few thousand dollars to take care of unexpected maintenance and repairs. Having an emergency stash will help you sleep better.”

You certainly can't plan for every contingency, but there are a few ways to reduce the stress of unexpected home repairs. Here's a few tips that can help.

Regular Maintenance

One sure way to reduce the chances of major repairs in the future is regular maintenance.  If you fix small problems right away, like a leaky pipe, it can prevent having to make more major repairs that could cost thousands of dollars. An annual maintenance budget that is around 2% of your home's value is an ideal goal. This budget could cover small repairs and regular servicing of HVAC and cleaning gutters and your chimney.  Basically, anything you can do to prevent accidents and problems is money well spent.

Save For Emergencies

Your parents probably taught you to save for a rainy day, and when it comes to owning a home, there can be some very raining days. Saving for unexpected damage from weather or other emergency repairs can keep you from going into further debt.  If you don't have an emergency fund, then you can try to build one by setting attainable goals. In the end, your goal should be to have several months worth of living expenses set aside.

Plan For the Worst

After buying a home, you may later realize you have larger problems to deal with, such as bad roofing or a sinking foundation. These could end up costing more than you have saved.  Before this happens, you may want to look into financing options for big ticket repairs.  This way you wan't be scrambling to finance anything beyond your savings.

Lewis says, “If savings and insurance don’t cover these high costs, your best bet might be to finance the repairs with a home equity line of credit, or HELOC. A HELOC acts like a credit card and is backed by your home’s equity. We’ve found that many homeowners get HELOCs just so they’ll have a readily available source of money in case of emergency.”

Unexpected home repairs don't need to keep you up at night. Make sure to plan now to save yourself heartache in the future.

Search for your dream home in Albuquerque with our easy to use home search. Check back on our blog every week for more real estate advice and local articles about living in Albuquerque. And make sure to follow us on Facebook for up to date real estate news for Albuquerque and surrounding areas.

HOT HOME LISTING OF THE WEEK!

6448 Kola Court NW, Albuquerque, NM 87120  $399,000

4 Bedrooms / 3 Bathrooms (2 full, 1 half) / 2587 Square Feet

Exceptional custom home! Cul-de-sac location and huge lot! 4BDR/3BA/3CG with master bdr split plan. Private owner's suite on its own wing features tray ceiling, garden tub, sep shower, double sink vanity, walk-in closet & linen closet. REFRIG AIR! Great room & dining room share a cozy two-way fireplace and are open to the custom kitchen with great entertaining space! Kitchen features beautiful cabinets with crown molding, recessed lighting, granite countertops, backsplash, bkst bar, tile flooring, walk-in pantry! Oversized backyard with backyard access, extended covered patio, trees, shrubs and walled for privacy. Perfect for summer BBQs and enjoying the best of NM weather!!

Contact the Sandi Pressley team for additional details! 

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What to Consider When Building a Deck in Albuquerque

by Sandi Pressley

Are you thinking about adding a deck to your home in Albuquerque?  It’s certainly a tempting idea, as it’s the ideal way to enjoy summer with family BBQs and enjoying the beauty of the Southwest scenery. The big question though is how much you want to spend and what type of deck is right for your home. On average, a wood deck can cost around $10,000, while a composite deck can set you back almost $18,000, according to Remodeling magazine’s “2018 Cost vs. Value Report.” The report was based on a national review of costs based on a 16x20 deck with pressure-treated joists, a built-in bench and planter.

When it comes down to it, the cost for your deck will vary based on size, style, and the contractor.  But you can get an idea of costs in advance so that you can keep the total price under control.

How much does it cost to build a deck?

There are quite a few factors that affect how much a deck will cost. The biggest factor will end up being professional installation. Getting a bead on this cost alone will help you avoid unpleasant surprises. According to Andrew Wormer, editor of Professional Deck Builder magazine: “For every dollar spent on materials and supplies, expect to spend another dollar to have it installed.” Some contractors will quote per square foot, and this usually covers both labor and materials.

Planning Your Deck Installation

Set Limits: Keep in mind that this is a permanent addition just like any room. You’ll need to follow local building and zoning codes for Albuquerque which may affect the size of the project. Also think about upkeep. It may cost more up front to use synthetic materials, but they don’t need as much maintenance, which will cost less in the long run.

Budget: Just like when buying a home, it helps to have a list of “wants” and “must haves.” And of course the most important question is how much you’re willing to spend on the entire project. Think about the size of your home as well. The deck should be proportional to the size of your home.  A small deck on a large home might look a bit silly. And if your home is smaller, an elaborate deck might not make sense either. Insurance costs may be a consideration, so check with your homeowner’s insurance to make sure.

Find the Right Contractor:  Finding the right contractor will take some research, but it will definitely be worth it. To get a fair price, try to get quotes from at least 3 contractors.  If you can find reviews of these contractors, that will help as well. Ask potential contractors for photos of past projects.  You should also check with your local building department to make sure they are licensed, bonded, and insured.

Reducing Costs

You can reduce costs in a number of ways. Staying away from fancy design features, along with reducing the overall size can help reduce costs. Selecting the right wood is also important. Untreated decks cost less to install, but more to maintain. The reverse is true for composite decks. Also, if you build during the fall or winter, it could save you more, as contractors have fewer jobs and may be inclined to reduce their costs.

Building a deck is a great way to increase the value of your home, both in how you enjoy living in it now and in the future when you decide to sell it.

Search for your dream home in Albuquerque with our easy to use home search. Check back on our blog every week for more real estate advice and local articles about living in Albuquerque. And make sure to follow us on Facebook for up to date real estate news for Albuquerque and surrounding areas.

HOT HOME LISTING OF THE WEEK!

6708 Baker Avenue NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109  $205,000

2 Bedrooms / 2 Bathrooms (1 full, 1 half) / 1529 Square Feet

Excellent location! 2BDR/2BA/plus office townhome in Los Trechos! Many updates! REFRIGERATED AIR! Updated furnace, water heater and ROOF! Updated stucco (2013) Two large bedrooms plus a beautiful built-in office addition with cabinets & desk. Light & bright atrium for plants! Bath features a therapy tub! Kitchen has bkfst nook and all appliances stay! Private patio can be accessed from the master bedroom and living room. Convenient location close to shopping, restaurants, parks and transportation!!

Contact the Sandi Pressley team for additional details! 

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Show Mom How Much You Care in Albuquerque

by Sandi Pressley

Mother’s Day is almost here, and now is a great time to plan how to spend the day with that special lady in Albuquerque. This city is already filled with fun things to do, so it’s no surprise that you’ll be able to find plenty of ways to show your mom how much you care. Here a list of fun ideas, including brunches, activities, and spa treatments, all right here in Albuquerque!

Brunches

Even though there’s a long list of places to go for brunch in Albuquerque, here’s a short list of some of the best places to go on Sunday.

Activities

Take your mom to a fun event after brunch.

Spa Treatments

Every mother needs pampering. Here’s a few great options.

Have a Happy Mother's Day in Albuquerque!

Search for your dream home in Albuquerque with our easy to use home search. Check back on our blog every week for more real estate advice and local articles about living in Albuquerque. And make sure to follow us on Facebook for up to date real estate news for Albuquerque and surrounding areas.

HOT HOME LISTING OF THE WEEK!

6448 Kola Court NW, Albuquerque, NM 87120  $399,000

4 Bedrooms / 3 Bathrooms (2 full, 1 half) / 2587 Square Feet

Exceptional custom home! Cul-de-sac location and huge lot! 4BDR/3BA/3CG with master bdr split plan. Private owner's suite on its own wing features tray ceiling, garden tub, sep shower, double sink vanity, walk-in closet & linen closet. REFRIG AIR! Great room & dining room share a cozy two-way fireplace and are open to the custom kitchen with great entertaining space! Kitchen features beautiful cabinets with crown molding, recessed lighting, granite countertops, backsplash, bkst bar, tile flooring, walk-in pantry! Oversized backyard with backyard access, extended covered patio, trees, shrubs and walled for privacy. Perfect for summer BBQs and enjoying the best of NM weather!

Contact the Sandi Pressley team for additional details! 

Get your Morning Inspiration with the Sandi Pressley Team


Home Inspection Mistakes to Avoid For Your Home in Albuquerque

by Sandi Pressley

If you plan to buy or sell a home in Albuquerque, the home inspection is a crucial part of the process. A good home inspection will assess the condition of the home, letting you know what problems need to be addressed before the home is sold, and what potential issues may arise later on down the road.

What are some mistakes you can avoid when getting a home inspection?

  1. Not researching the inspector

Many people are inclined to hire the first inspector that’s been recommended to them, failing to check the inspector’s background and record.  Remember that the inspection is only as good as the inspector.

Here are some important questions to ask a potential inspector:

  • How long have you been in business?
  • How many home inspections have you done?
  • What are your qualifications, certifications and training?
  • What was your job before you were a home inspector? (Preferably, you want someone who was a contractor or builder.)

You should also be sure that the home inspector receives ongoing training and is up to date. They need to be able to explain the home’s good and bad points so that you can make the best decisions possible.

  1. Not attending the inspection

There’s nothing saying you must attend the inspection, but it’s an ideal way to understand any issues the inspector finds.  Just reading the report isn’t enough sometimes.  Seeing the issues as they’re revealed and having them explained will give you much more valuable information.  Even though an inspection may take a few hours, it’s well worth your time as it could save you a great deal of money.

  1. Not getting a presale inspection

If you’re the seller, you may be tempted to leave the inspection to the buyer. That’s not the wisest course. If the buyer’s inspection reveals repairs that are needed to make the sale, you won’t have as much time to make the needed repairs. But if you have your home inspected before you put it on the market, you’ll have more time and will have more control over the costs. And make sure to get your home inspected long before you try to sell it.

A good home inspection is crucial to buying a home, so make sure you find the best inspector you can.

Search for your dream home in Albuquerque with our easy to use home search. Check back on our blog every week for more real estate advice and local articles about living in Albuquerque. And make sure to follow us on Facebook for up to date real estate news for Albuquerque and surrounding areas.

HOT HOME LISTING OF THE WEEK!

6708 Baker Avenue NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109  $205,000

2 Bedrooms / 2 Bathrooms (1 full, 1 half) / 1529 Square Feet

Excellent location! 2BDR/2BA/plus office townhome in Los Trechos! Many updates! REFRIGERATED AIR! Updated furnace, water heater and ROOF! Updated stucco (2013) Two large bedrooms plus a beautiful built-in office addition with cabinets & desk. Light & bright atrium for plants! Bath features a therapy tub! Kitchen has bkfst nook and all appliances stay! Private patio can be accessed from the master bedroom and living room. Convenient location close to shopping, restaurants, parks and transportation!!

Contact the Sandi Pressley team for additional details! 

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