Tom Trujillo's (Tru-hė-o) Santa Fe's Casita's to Hacienda's

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What’s the difference between an Appraisal and a CMA?  Many sellers have asked me if they need an appraisal or will the free CMA (comparative market analysis) I provide work just as well? Each is a different report and each serve different functions. In most cases, Realtors are not appraisers and...
I’ve been asked by sellers who want to list their property “how long will it take to sell my house here in Santa Fe”?Yes, we have all heard the universal real estate mantra that it’s all about location, location, location.  And location is still a big deciding factor, but since the real estate cr...
Build your Family Compound in Santa Fe where Georgia O’Keeffe stayed   It’s not often when you can fine land in Santa Fe proper that would allow you to build the family compound, creating a legacy for future generations. This unique property has 4.33 acres was set up with a small sub-division in ...
The luxury market in Santa Fe has never been better for the buyer who’s looking at maximizing his dollar investment. As other markets in Texas, Arizona, Colorado, Nevada and California have reached bidding wars, Santa Fe is attracting those who have always wanted the “original” pueblo home. It’s...
A client of mine has a $100,000 CD (Certificate of Deposit) maturing next month and is looking for a way to invest it and hopefully gain more than the 2.3% he found for another CD, if he’s willing to tie it up for 5 years. He thinking of buying a 1 year CD which is paying a bit above 1.1% which ...
If adobe homes are getting you down, and you're looking for a great community to retire in, you might think about moving north of Santa Fe. Los Alamos is looking good these days for an alternative location for Northern NM home buyers. Just located about 40 minutes from Santa Fe, this County run c...
06/03/2014   Just got back from Texas and discovered that finding a resort home or for that matter a primary home, there is little inventory.  The good news, inventory is strong in Santa Fe, in the luxury market with 104 weeks of inventory.  There are 385 homes listed between $750,000 to $3,000,0...
Most visitors, who come to Santa Fe, think it's too expensive to buy a second home or a investment condo. True, there are expensive casita's and haciendas here and if you only look around the plaza, they’re pricey. Want most visitors don’t realize, if they scout around a bit, actually there are s...

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Casitas to Haciendas
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