Well, 2009 is over.
What does that mean? For the Albuquerque residential real estate market, there are some very positive signs that we have hit bottom. There are some who are suggesting that there may be a “double bottom” but that remains to be seen.
The last five years.
Here are some numbers that might be encouraging. Let’s go back to ...
The New Mexico Real Estate Commission requires all brokers who receive their license after January 1, 2010 to take a course entitled New Broker Business Practices. It is a 30 hour course. Our Training Director, Cathy Conn wrote the course for the commission. Any new licensee who completes our Hitters Training Program will receive credit for this required course. Another benefit ...
By Stephanie Armour, USA TODAY
The springtime spurt in home buying may hit before the snow melts this year as buyers scramble to meet an April 30 tax credit deadline.The spring buying season typically takes off in March and runs through May. But buyers who want to claim this year's tax credit — up to $8,000 for first-time buyers and up to $6,500 for repeat buyers — ...