A guide to Albuquerque neighborhoods
Albuquerque has a ton to offer its residents, from culture to art to food to adventure — and, well, everything in between!
Albuquerque or Santa Fe? It’s a tough decision.
New Mexico is a historically rich state with much to offer residents and tourists alike. Boasting both arid and alpine climates, the state has something for everyone. It is the 5th-largest state in the United States, but one of the least densely populated, meaning there is room to grow and run. Two of the state’s largest cities, Albuquerque and Santa Fe, are both excellent choices to hang your hat – it all depends on what you are looking for in your new place of residence.
To help you answer the question, “Albuquerque or Santa Fe,” we’ve got all the important information you need to know.
When it comes to the Albuquerque housing market, the city has something for just about everyone — apartments, condos, detached homes and of course townhomes. Finding townhomes for sale in Albuquerque can be tricky, but we’ve made it easier by creating a custom search link. This link updates in real time to display all current townhome listings in Albuquerque. You can even sort by price, square footage, features, loan type and more. If you’re on the hunt for Albuquerque townhomes, head on over to our custom search link to check out current listings.
Moving to Albuquerque? Check out the following infographic with everything you need to know before moving to Albuquerque.
Albuquerque is a city with a ton to offer its residents. Considering Albuquerque’s rich, cultural history, its status with Forbes as the “Center of New Mexico’s Tech Corridor” and its ever-growing business sector, it’s clear why so many wish to call Albuquerque home. But, what are housing prices in Albuquerque, NM?
In 2017 Americans learned to expect the unexpected, whether it be politics, weather or housing. Driven by record low inventory, little about the national and New Mexico housing market went as forecast last year. “We thought there would be some things to take the pressure off,” reflects Skylar Olsen, senior economist at home search site Zillow. Interest rates would rise. Construction would pick up. Price growth would moderate. “That did not happen at any impactful level.”