Albuquerque Real Estate
In my 15 year career as an Albuquerque real estate agent, I’ve sold hundreds of homes from one end of town to the other. I love the diversity of neighborhoods we have here, everything from High Desert with natural desert landscaping and mountain views to the cooler and more lush Corrales and the village if Los Ranchos along the Rio Grande.
The Character of Albuquerque
Selling a home in these kinds of neighborhoods takes more than just a basic understanding of the things you can learn in real estate school. Selling homes in these unique neighborhoods takes a real understanding of the character of the areas and of the people that live there. That’s why it’s important to have a Realtor who’s an experienced agent and a long time resident.
There’s a good neighborhood for any lifestyle and almost any budget here in Albuquerque, and prices are relatively affordable, especially in the luxury home market. If you’re moving into town from out of state, and you’d like to learn which neighborhoods I think mught be best for you, or if you’re looking to sell, please contact me so I can help.
Popular Albuquerque Neighborhoods
The city of Albuquerque is divided by Interstates 25 and 40 into 4 main sections or quadrants – Northeast, Southeast, Southwest and Northwest. Many of Albuquerque’s most popular neighborhoods are located in the NE Heights. Most of the shopping and popular restaraunts are in this part of town, plus some of the best schools too including La Cueva High School and Albuquerque Academy. There are older and less expensive homes as you go further south towards I40, but some of the area’s more exclusive addresses are in the area north of Paseo Del Norte Blvd.
Northwest Albuquerque is also very popular, featuring newer and more affordable homes, in general. There are plenty of places to shop and dine as well, and Volcano Vista, Bosque School and St Pius High School are three desirable schools in the area.