Blog

Posted

One of Santa Fe’s most cherished traditions is the Canyon Road Farolito Walk on Christmas Eve. Altogether magical and enchanting, it’s a tradition that lights the heart and literally lights the night. Farolito’s (Spanish for paper lantern) or luminarias (small bonfires), line the historic walks and buildings and provide the perfect… Read More

Posted

Ski Santa Fe is open and expecting snow this weekend! If you’re considering a ski trip over the holidays, consider coming to Santa Fe. With a 22″ base and more snow on the way over Christmas, plus all of Santa Fe’s offerings at the end of the day,… Read More

Posted

Tonight (Friday, December 16) through Sunday December 18, you’ll have the opportunity to view the work of over 200 Native American artists from the U.S. and Canada at La Fonda on the Plaza during the Santa Fe Winter Indian Market. You can get your holiday shopping done while enjoying one… Read More

Posted

David Pearson is a Santa Fe Treasure “Mana” Silver and Bronze Sculpture by David Pearson —– If you have been in Santa Fe for any length of time you have surely noticed several of David Pearson’s works dotting the Santa Fe landscape. His artistry is unique, breathtaking, and lovely. —–… Read More

Posted

The Imus Ranch was founded 16 years ago to create an authentic working Cattle Ranch with the sole purpose of providing the experience of the great American Cowboy to children suffering from cancer. The objectives were to encourage a sense of achievement, responsibility, and self esteem, and help restore their… Read More

Posted

So you made an offer on your Santa Fe home, it was accepted, and now your next task is to have the home inspected prior to closing. More often than not, your agent (Bunny Terry) may have made your offer contingent on a clean home inspection. This contingency allows you… Read More

Posted

Del Charro touts itself as “Santa Fe’s Watering Hole,” and if you’ve ever spent an evening there (or a couple of years worth of evenings, as I did when I first moved to Santa Fe), you’ll totally get that statement. Del Charro is a local’s bar, a place where… Read More

Posted

First time on the market! This significant historic family compound with adobe home built in 1939 by Harry R. Moore is truly a Santa Fe prize. As you walk through this charming home you can feel the warmth of family and love from days gone by. It is one of… Read More

Posted

The Role Access Plays in Getting Your House SOLD! So you’ve decided to sell your Santa Fe house. You’ve hired a real estate professional (Bunny Terry!) to help you with the entire process and they have asked you what level of access you want to provide to potential buyers. Read More