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Celebrate Freedom in Albuquerque

by Sandi Pressley

The 4th of July is almost here, and it's time to start planning your celebration of freedom in Albuquerque next week. Albuquerue is a hot spot for Independence Day celebrations. Here's a few few ways you can celebrate freedom in Albuquerque and the surrounding area next week.

Freedom 4th Celebration

This free annual celebration at the Balloon Fiesta Field, Freedom 4th, is one of the largest Independence Day gatherings in the state. 
Headlined by The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, this annual free event will take place on Thursday, July 4, 2019, from 3 to 10 p.m. The event also features a beer garden with local microbrews, free children's activities, a food court, and several other performances culminating in the largest fireworks display in the state.

This free annual celebration at the Balloon Fiesta Field, Freedom 4th is headlined by The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. This annual free event will take place on July 4, 2019, from 3 to 10 p.m. Also featuring a beer garden with local microbrews, free children's activities, a food court, and several other performances culminating in the largest fireworks display in the state.

Music and Fireworks in Los Lunas

Starting with a parade at 9am at Lambros Loop to Don Pasqual Road. Then at 4pm enjoy the festivities at Daniel Fernandez Memorial Park. Free live entertainment from Nathaniel Krantz Band, Nosotros, The Gershom Brothers, The Black Pearl Band of NM, food (you can bring a picnic but no ice chests), and activities for the whole family. The fireworks display starts at dusk. 

Isotopes Baseball and Fireworks

Take the whole family to enjoy an all-American game of baseball followed by a fireworks display to celebrate Independence Day.  Gates open at 5:00 p.m. and the game starts at 6:35 p.m. with the minor league Isotopes playing the Las Vegas Aviators. 

Pork and Brew BBQ Cook-Off

From July 5–7, 2019, the Annual Pork and Brew will return to the Santa Ana Star Center about 30 minutes north of Albuquerque. Over 50 competitors will gather from around the United States to cook-off for the chance to go to the national BBQ competition held in Kansas City each year.

Rio Rancho Fireworks

20 minutes north of Albuquerque, the city of Rio Rancho puts on this fireworks display for the 4th. It's a great alternative if you live on the west side of Albuquerque if you want to avoid the crowds of the Freedom Fourth event.

Have a Safe and Happy 4th of July!

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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.

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Are you buying a home for the first time in Albuquerque and trying to figure out how to save for that crucial down payment? You're certainly in good company. Saving for a down payment is a struggle that many first time buyers have. But younger buyers have been getting creative, suing modern methods to help save money.

One creative way that young buyers have been using to save money is crowd sourcing. This method is really starting to gain traction, and it's a great way for family and friends to help you buy your first home in Albuquerque.

Here's how they do it. When the young couple gets married, instead of a wedding registry or buying traditional gifts, they invite guests to contribute to a “Down Payment Fund." The new couple may already have the things they need to start a new life. What they really need is a new home to put it all in. It's the perfect collective wedding gift!

When you do the math, it works out, since most weddings average about 120 guests. The average gift costs about $186. That would give the new couple over $22,000 for a down payment! Of course this figure could vary greatly. But as any newly wed couple knows, anything helps. And those who contribute to the fund know it's going to be used wisely.

And as you've already no doubt guesses, there's online services to do this, such as HomeFundMe. These services make it easy for friends and family to contribute. Plus the ones contributing can decide if their gift is  ‘conditional’ or ‘non-conditional’ on the beneficiary buying a home.

According to a recent Wall Street Journal article report, “about 400 borrowers have used HomeFundMe to help buy homes since the program launched in October and on average, they raise about $2,500.” The article goes on to show that these funds are used by the borrower along with their own savings to help them reach the down payment.

The other major factor helping new home buyers is programs that let first-time buyers make a down payment of as little as 3% such as with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac loan programs. Also, FHA programs require as little as 3.5%, and VA Loans are often approved with 0% down!

Gone are the days when you had to come up with a whopping 20% down. And with this creative solution, now even more first-time buyers in Albuquerque can make owning a home a dream come true.

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!

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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Why You Should Retire in Albuquerque

by Sandi Pressley

Are you in the market to find the perfect place to retire? Why not take a look at what Albuquerque has to offer for those over 55 who want to get the most from their retirement? Time and again, Albuquerque is noted by experts as one of the best places to retire in the country. When you take into account low bus fares, great health care options, and all the services here that help retirees get the most out of life, it becomes clear why Albuquerque is such a desirable place for retirement.

Livability.com rated Albuquerque at #7 for the Best Places to Retire in 2014, They stated that “Albuquerque is one of the healthiest cities in the country with a high number of medical facilities, lots of exercise options and affordable housing." Add to that a dry climate and low cost of living, along with great recreation choices, and you can see what draws people over 55 to the area.

Here are some of the top towns in the Albuquerque to retire according to Niche.com. Click the name to read the full review.

Sandia Heights
#1 Best Places to Retire in New Mexico

Sandia Heights has a population of 3337, and is one of the best places to live in New Mexico. Sandia Heights offers a suburban feel with plenty of parks. One reviewer notes "I have thoroughly enjoyed living in this part of Albuquerque, out of all the varying neighborhoods. It is a peaceful, quiet neighborhood, that is full of pleasant people. Aside from the lovely residents, the view is completely breathtaking! The sunsets are especially beautiful."

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Corrales
#1 Best Places to Live in Sandoval County
#4 Best Places to Retire in New Mexico
#4 Best Suburbs to Live in New Mexico

Corrales is a town with a population of 8463. One reviewer commented "It’s a great small town right outside of a big city so you get the best of both worlds. Everyone is extremely nice and all your neighbors genuinely care about each other! It’s a great place to live and if you aren’t able you should definitely visit, there is always something going in this small town!"

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Placitas
#9 Best Places to Retire in New Mexico
#19 Best Suburbs to Live in New Mexico

Placitas is a town in New Mexico with a population of 4696. There are many appealing qualities that make Placitas a great place to retire. Residents are drawn to the peaceful atmosphere and proximity to fantastic hiking, along with being close to great amenities. Placitas is a small town that is surrounded by hills and mesas, offering stunning scenes rear around.

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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!!

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Landscaping is an important part of your Albuquerque property’s value. Great landscaping can actually raise your home value by up to 11%, sometimes even more.  And the good thing about landscaping is that even though it has such a big impact on your home’s value, it’s one of the easiest home improvements you can make. Here’s a few tips to help you make your landscaping a valuable asset for your home.

Match the Style of Your Home

If you want to get the most return on your investment, your landscaping should fit the style of your home. You wouldn’t, for example, put in a Japanese garden if you have a Victorian style home. For this style of home, a cottage style or country landscape would work best, as it fits in with the formality of the home.  On the other hand, modern style homes benefit from landscaping that has greenery and natural looking beds that blend in with the contours of your property. For these homes, formal landscaping would definitely be out of place.

Have a Plan

Have a design laid out and a plan in mind. You should try to have a balance between too many high maintenance plants and just plain grass with no landscaping. A good foundation planting with a few points of interest is the best way to go. Your plants should have diversity, but not too much. Don’t go bonkers at the garden center and get every type of plant.  You should aim for a uniform look that has just enough variety to make your landscaping interesting.

Trees

Some people may feel that trees are too high maintenance.  But they can actually add significant value to a home. According to one study, homes on streets lined with trees had a 10 – 15 percent higher sale price compared to similar neighborhoods with fewer trees. Trees have many advantages beyond removing carbon dioxide and pollution from the air.  They also keep your home cooler and relieve stress.

Edging

A well maintained lawn can look even better when it’s edged. An edged lawn gives the appearance of being easy to maintain since there’s fewer weeks. It’s also a great first impression for buyers, as it shows that you take meticulous care of your lawn and property.

Focusing on your landscaping will be one of the best ways to improve your home’s value, as long as you have a plan and keep it from getting too complex.

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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How to Decide to Pay Off Your Home in Albuquerque or Invest

by Sandi Pressley

Looking for something to do with extra cash? If you own a home in Albuquerque, you could pay off your mortgage. Or you could invest your money in something else. Which option is better?

There's been no shortage of debate on this matter, with great arguments on either side. But in the end, it's a decision that will have a huge impact on your finances.

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

certified financial planner named Justin Goodbread analyzed these variables by sung national averages in order 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.

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!

17 Juniper Hill Loop NE, Albuquerque, NM 87122  $579,000

3 Bedrooms / 3 Bathrooms (2 full, 1 half) / 2770 Square Feet

Heaven in Sandia Heights! Views! Serene, light filled sanctuary, within this spectacular custom built home by Kjell Slaan. This spacious home has soaring ceilings, light filled rooms, walls of windows with magnificent Mountain and city views. Pride of Ownership. Two living areas w/Fireplaces. Nice sized kitchen with breakfast nook, ample cabinet space, island w/cooktop, flows into dining room. Three generous bedrooms. More views from Master suite. Wonderful outdoor entertaining spaces. Membrane roof/2015. Septic ASU advance treatment/2006. Newer Windows. One owner GEM. Nature brings serenity to this home with the Vibrant New Mexico sky. Discover the wildlife such as deer, rabbits, eagles, hummingbirds, & squirrels. Close to shopping, restaurants, trails, mountain biking, tram, I25.
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Heaven in Sandia Heights! Views! Serene, light filled sanctuary, within this spectacular custom built home by Kjell Slaan. This spacious home has soaring ceilings, light filled rooms, walls of windows with magnificent Mountain and city views. Pride of Ownership. Two living areas w/Fireplaces. Nice sized kitchen with breakfast nook, ample cabinet space, island w/cooktop, flows into dining room. Three generous bedrooms. More views from Master suite. Wonderful outdoor entertaining spaces. Membrane roof/2015. Septic ASU advance treatment/2006. Newer Windows. One owner GEM. Nature brings serenity to this home with the Vibrant New Mexico sky. Discover the wildlife such as deer, rabbits, eagles, hummingbirds, & squirrels. Close to shopping, restaurants, trails, mountain biking, tram, I25.

 

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Treat Father to a Special Day In Albuquerque

by Sandi Pressley

It's time to show dear old dad how much you appreciate him this weeken in Albuquerque! Albuquerque is brimming with fun thinds to do with dad, so there's something for every taste. Here's a few ideas to make sure this will be a Father's Day to remember.

Cliff’s Amusement Park Father’s Day Weekend
June 15 & 16, all day

Dads receive a free All Day Ride Pass. To receive a Free Dad’s All-Day Ride Pass, a Regular or Child All-Day Ride Pass must be purchased.

Father’s Day Parade & Show
June 16, 9-11 a.m.
The Corrales Growers’ Market

Free

Zoo Music: Arrested Development
June 14, 7-9 p.m., Gates open at 6 p.m.
ABQ BioPark Zoo

Adults $12, Children 3-12 $6, Children 2 & under Free

Father’s Day in Old Town
June 16, 1-5 p.m.

Enjoy music, food trucks, and Old Town shops and restaurants. 1-2:30 p.m. Todd Tijerina Band: Blues. 3-5 p.m. Luna Llena: Cuban Son

2nd Annual New Mexico Music Festival
June 16, 2-8 p.m.
The Downs at Albuquerque

Kids under 12 are free, 12-17 are $5, and adult tickets are $10

Albuquerque Isotopes v. New Orleans Baby Cakes
June 15, 6:35 p.m.

After game fireworks, weather permitting

Seasons of Growth Gardening Series: Honoring Fathers Garden Walk
June 16, 9-11 a.m.

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. This day will honor our fathers with a small brunch, and a focus on the farming and weaving duties of Pueblo men. $5 suggested donation.

Taco Bar Crawl

June 15, 2-8 p.m.

5+ venues. Tickets range from $20-$35. 21+ event

Duke City Pedaler: Sunday Brunch Ride Father’s Day Edition
June 16, 12-2:30 p.m.

Start the ride at Albuquerque Tourism & Sightseeing Factory. Then ride to Hollow Spirits for brunch and later visit the Railyard Markets. $21 admission

Music at the Winery
June 16, 1-6 p.m.
Pasando Tiempo Winery, Corrales

Wine, Beer, BBQ Food Truck, & Music. Family Friendly, including dogs on leash. Free event. Wine tasting $5 per person.

Have a Happy Father's Day in Albuquerque!

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HOT HOME LISTING OF THE WEEK!

1619 Camino De La Sierra NE, Albuquerque, NM 87112  $550,000

3 Bedrooms / 4 Bathrooms (3 full, 1 half) / 3415 Square Feet

Wonderful one owner custom home by Carlson Builders. Located in S foothills on approx acre of beautifully landscaped property with amazing view. This home has Hurd windows, custom cabinetry through out, GE Monogram/Jenn Air appliances, butcher block island, custom pantry, 3 cars plus carport, cedar closet, gun room, hidden closet. Even a detached workshop/studio. A 25'x39' great room for all occasions . Plantation shutters, two master suites. This home was built to stay, with post stressed concrete slab and a Garden room, and so much more. Minutes to hiking, biking, freeway and shopping.

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Avoid These Moving Mistakes When You Buy a Home in Albuqueruqe

by Sandi Pressley

Whether you're moving to or from Albuquerque, it can be a very stressful and exhausting time, even if all goes as planned. And since things rarely go perfectly when you move, that stress can go through the roof. Even though you can't expect everything to go as planned, there are mistakes that can be avoided that will make it worse.

Try to avoid making these following mistakes during your move:

Not Planning

Planning for your move is realy key to avoiding stress. The moment you know you're moving, start planning. The more time to plan, the better. When it comes time to move, then you should be ready for the unexpected. If you fail to plan, this can lead to disaster. Sure, there are times when you have to move suddenly. But in most cases, you should have enough time to plan.

Moving Everything

You don't have to take verything you own to your new home. Most people accumulate items they don't need over time. So take this opportunity to declutter and get rid of extra things you won't need in your new home.

Separate those items into donations, items to sell, items to recycle or dispose of, and items to move. Then when moving day comes, you'll have less to deal with and more room on the moving truck.

Spending Money on Packing Material

If you're trying to save money, there's no good reason to spend a ton of money on packing materials that will only be used once and then disposed of. If you need boxes, check with local stores to see if they have any that haven't been broken down. If you can find newspapers laying around, that makes for great padding. You may still need to buy some materials, but you won't need as much.

Not Making a Moving Survival Kit

If you're moving a long distance, it's a good idea to put together a survival kit with a change of clothes, toilet paper, snacks, medication, water, and other essentials you may need.

Not Keeping Track of Expenses

You can write off your move from your taxes, so make sure you save receipts, bills of lading, and estimates to use on your tax return next year to deduct your moving expenses.

Keep these tips in mind, and hopefully you can relieve some stress during your next move.

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!

1619 Camino De La Sierra NE, Albuquerque, NM 87112  $550,000

3 Bedrooms / 4 Bathrooms (3 full, 1 half) / 3415 Square Feet

Wonderful one owner custom home by Carlson Builders. Located in S foothills on approx acre of beautifully landscaped property with amazing view. This home has Hurd windows, custom cabinetry through out, GE Monogram/Jenn Air appliances, butcher block island, custom pantry, 3 cars plus carport, cedar closet, gun room, hidden closet. Even a detached workshop/studio. A 25'x39' great room for all occasions . Plantation shutters, two master suites. This home was built to stay, with post stressed concrete slab and a Garden room, and so much more. Minutes to hiking, biking, freeway and shopping.

Contact the Sandi Pressley team for additional details! 

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When you buy or sell a home in Albuquerque, the home inspection is a critical part of the process. A home inspection benefits all parties involved in the transaction, as it reveals what the condition of the home is and what needs work.

How can you get the most from your home inspection?  Here’s the steps of the process and how you can maximize the results.

Why Have Your Home Inspected?

If you’re selling a home in Albuquerque, the home inspection gives you the opportunity to make needed repairs, and as such, list your home for a higher value. Your home will also sell faster with fewer issues. Most people in Albuquerque want to buy a turn-key home rather than a fixer-upper.

Make sure you do your research when you hire a home inspector. The internet is a powerful way to look at reviews and work history. If you find a home inspector with a good track record, but they cost more, it’s worth it.

During the Home Inspection

Make sure you’re there during the inspection. This way, the inspector can show you the issues in person and explain options for repair. You can also ask questions and take photos. This will also help you learn about what to look for when you buy a home in Albuquerque.

Recheck and Take Notes

After your home is inspected, go back over the issues for a closer look. Whether you’re buying or selling a home, this will help with negotiations. Then you can increase or lower the asking price depending on the repairs needed.

Discuss and Negotiate Repairs

For home sellers, you can either do the repairs before the home is listed and ask for a higher price, or you can skip the repairs and lower the price. It all depends on how much time you have to put into it.

If you’re the buyer, you can ask for an asking price deduction that is equal to the estimated cost of repairs if you’re buying the home as-is. Another option is to suggest that the current owner get repairs done and then you buy it after a re-inspection following the repairs. This would be best for very expensive repairs such as for changing the entire roof or re-plumbing the entire home.

A good home inspection can make the difference between a smooth transaction and a disaster.  Make sure you find the right inspector and be involved in the process.

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!

1619 Camino De La Sierra NE, Albuquerque, NM 87112  $550,000

3 Bedrooms / 4 Bathrooms (3 full, 1 half) / 3415 Square Feet

Wonderful one owner custom home by Carlson Builders. Located in S foothills on approx acre of beautifully landscaped property with amazing view. This home has Hurd windows, custom cabinetry through out, GE Monogram/Jenn Air appliances, butcher block island, custom pantry, 3 cars plus carport, cedar closet, gun room, hidden closet. Even a detached workshop/studio. A 25'x39' great room for all occasions . Plantation shutters, two master suites. This home was built to stay, with post stressed concrete slab and a Garden room, and so much more. Minutes to hiking, biking, freeway and shopping.

Contact the Sandi Pressley team for additional details! 

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