Rio Rancho, NM Real Estate News

By Carina Cozby
(Premier GMAC Real Estate)
Rio Rancho Real Estate Statistics for the week of 8/27/07-9/3/07New homes on the market: 102Number of homes entering escrow: 21Number of homes closing escrow: 42Number of homes expiring: 39Average days on market: 46You can always visit my website to find the value of your home with a free, over-the-net evaluation. If you would like a free list of homes for sale in your area or would like to be the first to know about hot new listings before other buyers do then give me a call at:Carina CozbyPremier GMAC Real Estate(505) 798-6300 Office(505) 681-8988 MobileCarinaSellsHomes.com WebsiteCarina@CarinaSellsHomes.com E-mail
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By Venturi Realty Group, Albuquerque's Trusted Real Estate Team
Keep Rio Rancho Beautiful (KRRB) will offer Rio Rancho residents the chance to dispose of household hazardous wastes for free. more... The Official Site of Rio Rancho, NM Too many times I have seen homeowners leave behind old useless paint, garden chemicals, and other nasty stuff when they move out. This is a great opportunity for Rio Rancho residents to get rid of that stuff. http://www.welcomehomeabq.com
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By Venturi Realty Group, Albuquerque's Trusted Real Estate Team
Phillips Edison & Company News and more Business News: "Country Club Plaza " A large national retail real estate owner has purchased one of the shopping centers in Rio Rancho. Rio Rancho Real Estate is getting some big players involved. Phillips Edison & Company also has two large centers in Albuquerque, Four Hills Village and Guadalupe Plaza. http://www.welcomehomeabq.com/
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By Venturi Realty Group, Albuquerque's Trusted Real Estate Team
From the The Official Site of Rio Rancho, NM... The second "Rio Rancho Ride to the Future" bus tour is slated for Friday, June 8. Rio Rancho community leaders, local business visionaries and New Mexico residents will again meet at Rio Rancho City Hall where they will set off on a guided luxury bus tour, that explores the booming residential, commercial and community developments of Rio Rancho... http://www.welcomehomeabq.com/
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By Venturi Realty Group, Albuquerque's Trusted Real Estate Team
The New Rio Rancho High School has officially begun construction. This has been in the works for a long time but is finally moving forward. The plan is to have it open for the school year starting fall 2009. I would expect the Rio Rancho Real Estate in the area to be looked at for more speculation investment. It will be interesting to see what happens with land values.Here is the story... Groundbreaking Held For New Rio Rancho High School - Yahoo! News Click Here for a Map of the site. http://www.tracyventuri.com/
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By Venturi Realty Group, Albuquerque's Trusted Real Estate Team
Considering its beginnings, Rio Rancho has come a long way is now a "City of Vision" and they are delivering on the goods.  At one time considered a land scam, Rio Rancho has really done well for itself.  Buildings in Rio Rancho are generally less than 40 years old - an anomaly in New Mexico with rich culture and a long history.The people who live in Rio Rancho love it and in the last few years Rio Rancho, dubbed The City of Vision, has seen phenomenal growth.  Between 1961 (the year I was born) and 1977, AMREP sold more than 75,000 lots in "Rio Rancho Estates" to thousands of people in other parts of the country. In 1970, Rio Rancho welcomed their 500th family's move to town, and built the Rio Rancho Golf and Country Club.  In the early '80's, they recognized the need for employers and...
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By Eloise Gift, Albuquerque New Mexico Real Estate
(Gift Realty NM)
 In Albuquerque, http://www.cabq.gov/ I live I a new house. We are the first to occupy the space of our home, and that has a special feel-clean and pristine but not as interesting as an older home with its imagined secrets and intrigues of the past. Before arriving in New Mexico I had never lived in a new house. Every house, except the one in which I was born, had provided warmth, shelter and protection to previous owners. Because of the surge in new homes construction in Albuquerque during the past three to five years,many current owners are the first-time occupants of their homes. Indeed, I heard it said that some established Northeast Area homeowners sold their older homes to buy new on the West Side where most of the new homes are being built. Land for building is more readily avail...
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