Absorption Rate – Unplugged

A major focus of this blog site, along with statistics about the Santa Fe NM residential real estate market, is something called an Absorption Rate. On the left side of the site pages you will see the list of spreadsheets and charts available for review. Four of those charts are specific to Absorption Rates and […]

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Home sales up 3.3%

The results of 2016 data as reported to the Santa Fe Association of Realtors show a single digit increase in unit sales year over year: 2016 compared to 2015. The headline is the number:  3.3% increase. Overall the total dollar volume also went up, a decent number of 6.44%. The average sales price went up […]

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Lot sales up 10%

2017 saw a modest increase in residential lot sales in Santa Fe city and county reporting to the MLS database for the Santa Fe Assoc of Realtors. 2016 showed a total of 194 sales while 2015 showed 175. This is “modest” since we are still light years behind the volume of sales we experienced thru […]

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Sending you our best wishes

…for a great year in 2017. May the numbers you visualize show up on time and may the results you desire come true. Ending 2016 with a solid number of sold homes over the prior 12 months, in excess of the 2000 level, is gratifying and it seems to prove we are on solid ground […]

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Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dumber

The guys and gals that fix your things are probably pretty good at it, or you might not return to them to fix whatever broke. The people who wait on you when you are dining out are probably attentive and courteous and provide excellent service (someone else does the cooking, not the wait staff) and […]

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And down the stretch they come

Wrapping up November is bittersweet as the year is now almost expired and our memories and scars are still fresh enough to wonder how it went so quickly. The year began with realistic hopes of flying high into the record books as the year when we finally shrugged off all the baggage from the real […]

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Wait, there’s more

OK, so I already said what I felt like saying about not voting on November 8th. See last post. But there is more to it. Many said and acted as if they were disgusted with the two major party candidates. That easily could account for the lower turnout. Many groups voted in smaller numbers than […]

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Apology not accepted

If you are of age and eligible to vote, and you did not vote, I don’t want to hear how you got busy with your blog and forgot to go vote. Your apology only will be accepted if you had a legit reason to not show up. Maybe you were sick? Maybe your car broke […]

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That mesa is flat

Table tops show their tilt if you put a round object on them and things roll off in the same direction every time. Maybe one of the legs is short? Mesas look oh so level and flat from a distance and then up close you can see small rises and low points that make you […]

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Down to the wire

The hubbub encompassing the POTUS contest and many of the other positions up for voting is unique in United States history, say those who might know. This year may go down as the least active year for the Legislative branch of our national government, while the contest to see who gets to live at Casa […]

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