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Farolitos or Luminarias?  Fun fact time! This question almost rivals the state question of red or green. At this time of year, it’s the question most frequently asked in Santa Fe. Bleicherblog couldn’t have written this article any better. Farolitos are paper bags with sand and… Read More

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Christmas at the Palace  Did you know Santa Fe has its own Palace? The Palace of the Governors that is, which distinguishes Santa Fe as having the oldest continuously operating government building in the United States. On December 7, 2018, the annual celebration, Christmas at the… Read More

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Should you wait to sell your house this spring or list it now? Many sellers in Santa Fe and elsewhere believe that you sell your house in the spring because buyer demand traditionally increases at that time of year. What they don’t realize is that if every homeowner believes the… Read More

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Looking for something new to do in Santa Fe? Try out the newest casino in town, the Tesuque Casino. We’d love to hear what you think. We hear the views are spectacular!   Tesuque Casino, located beside the Santa Fe Opera, opened its doors Friday, November 23,… Read More

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Are you looking for an affordable Santa Fe home? Here is this week’s list of homes or condos under $300,000 that were listed on the Santa Fe MLS this week.  At this price point, they won’t last long. Give me and my team a call at 505-504-1101 or email me… Read More

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Concerned about saving enough to buy a home? Many homebuyers think that saving for their down payment is enough to buy the house of their dreams, but what about the closing costs that are required to obtain a mortgage? By law, a homebuyer will receive a loan estimate from their lender 3… Read More

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My Thanksgiving gift to you: my #newmexico Cranberry Salsa recipe. Pick up a extra can of cranberry sauce, some jalepenos, cilantro and a purple onion. Everyone at your dinner table will thank you. I’m grateful to have you on this page, enjoying our walk through   It’s that time again!… Read More

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One hundred years ago, on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, we marked the end of the “war to end all wars.” That day, which was to be observed annually on the eleventh day of the eleventh month, became known as Armistice Day and then, later on,… Read More