The Santa Fe Consultants Analytics

Take a look at the statistical data for the Santa Fe real estate market compiled by our three expert Santa Fe Real Estate Consultants

These numbers are great!

Several milestones were reached recently that inform us once again that our slow but steady climb out of the worst of the recession is over. The one I want to mention first, available in the Monthly Residential Sales chart from the list of reports on the left side of this blog, is the single month […]

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A moment of balance

Librans like to focus on balance and harmony. There is a time when balance in the real estate market can be found and its right about now. This is the time we change over from cool to warm when taking the temperature of our market. We’ve had enough of tepid. What happened in June is […]

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Auld Lang Syne (in June?)

A song of goodbye and farewell, of happy trails, sayonara, adios, ciao… a song marking the end of a time and the grand hopes of the beginning of another time… Thank you Robert Burns. We have arrived at the end, the bitter end, of the deep and dark recession that has buried Santa Fe residential […]

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What’s going on?

A classic title to the Marvin Gaye song, stolen for a title to a post about Santa Fe residential inventory; what a crock! If you aren’t too upset, please read on. The focus of the Absorption Rates posted in this blog have to do with length of time on the market a home might take […]

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At the first quarter pole

Three months in the books and we can say the year looks promising, although best ever or wonderful do not need to be said. No predictions here, yet March this year was a busy month with more sales recorded (from the Santa Fe Association of Realtors database known as MLS) than all but 4 of […]

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The foreclosure lessons

A couple of days ago, a daily Santa Fe New Mexican issue included legal notices of three foreclosure actions in progress. It’s public notice to publish the foreclosure action by a note holder against a borrower. Mostly the note holder will end up with ownership and possession of the property after a costly and long […]

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In with the new seasonal mix

Ahhhhhhh, Spring!   When pollen fills the air and hope fills the real estate marketing pages, you know it is springtime. What should we expect? Inventory will rise dramatically from now until at least June. While we continue to sell and close, new listings will show up in greater numbers, so the overall picture will […]

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It’s official, price is everything

Just when you thought it was safe to believe home buyers now focus on the quality of improvements in a home, bingo! They still care about price first. Second most important issue is: also the price. And then it might expand into location or views or bedroom size or acreage. But first and foremost, it […]

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Fast food, fast real estate?

What fast food meal could you name that is actually healthy and satisfying? I am not saying what meal fills you up, because lots of calories and carbs will do that, but in terms we understand meaning healthy? Is it low sodium, high in protein, low in carbs, high in naturally occurring vitamins and minerals, […]

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