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2012 Santa Fe homes sales on pace to be best in five years

The New Mexican reported on August 11, 2012 that the summer of 2012 so far represents a rebound for residential sales in Santa Fe County.

The 158 residential sales in June were the highest number of closed transactions in 57 months. July’s sales total of 143 showed the trend continuing. Barring unforeseen circumstances, such as another financial crises, total sales in 2012 are on pace to be the best since 2007.

The total number of sales in the first seven months of 2012, 879, represents a 14 percent increase over 2011 and a 40 percent increase from 2009.

The sales have occurred in all price ranges. There have been 42 residential sales of $1 million or higher so far this year, and 366 sales at $300,000 or below according to statistics complied by Alan Ball, local real estate statistician guru.

The New Mexican observed that “Though the boost is helping the overall economy — with more business for agents, appraisers and inspectors, and increased revenue for local governments that collect gross receipts taxes — it does not necessarily mean jubilant sellers, since prices have not significantly increased from the bottom.

In the second quarter of 2012, the median sales price in the city and county combined had declined 6.8 percent from a year ago. And overall in Santa Fe County, the typical home has lost 30 percent of its value from the top of the market in 2007, according to some estimates.

That has led to a smaller inventory of homes as more owners refinance and stay put, waiting for prices to climb — especially as interest rates have remained low. At the end of June, for instance, there were 1,571 homes on the market countywide — a decrease of 19 percent from a year earlier, according to the Santa Fe Association of Realtors.

For those looking to buy, there is a new database to determine the average closing costs on a $200,000 loan in New Mexico. According to Bankrate.com, which surveyed five to 10 lenders in each state, those average costs total $3,617, including $435 for an appraisal, $495 for processing and $1,058 for the origination fee on the loan. In New Mexico, the average cost of a title search and insurance on a $200,000 loan is $1,434, according to Bankrate.

The 50-state average for closing fees is $3,754, with New York highest at $5,435 and Missouri the lowest at $3,006.”

To view the Bankrate.com website.

Original article by:

Bruce Krasnow | The New Mexican
Posted: Saturday, August 11, 2012

Recent Transactions

Below is a summary of some of my recent sales where I represented the Seller or the Buyer:

17 Los Ojitos, Santa Fe, NM 87506, Offering Price – $169,000, MLS # 201105094, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 1,938 Sq. Ft., Lot Size, .29 acres,  Represented the Seller and the Buyer.  Sold 6/27/12.

6600-6700 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe, NM 87507, Offering Price – $1,995,000, MLS #201001373, 12,000 sq. ft., Lot Size 24,363 Sq. Ft. Commercial.  Represented the Seller and the Buyer.  Sold 6/6/12.

734 Porvenir, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501, Offering Price – $225,000, MLS # 201201321, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 1,348 Sq. Ft., Lot Size .014 acres.  Represented the Seller.  Sold 5/29/12.

21 Ceramic Court, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508, Offering Price$245,000. MLS # 201104457, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 1,943 Sq. Ft., Lot Size 2.46 acres.  Represented the Seller.  Sold 5/03/12.

06 Las Joyas, Santa Fe, New Mexico  87506, Offering Price – $899,000. MLS # 201201592, 4 Bedrooms, 4 Baths, 4,837 Sq. Ft., Lot Size 2.66 acres. Represented the Seller and the Buyer. Sold 4/16/12.

3148 La Paz Lane, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507, Offering Price – $225,000. MLS #702402, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 1,230 Sq. Ft.  Represented the Seller. Sold 3/26/12.

71 Star Dancer Trail, Santa Fe, NM  87506, Offering Price – $649,000.  MLS #201100993, 3 Bedrooms, 2 baths, 2,630 Sq. Ft. Represented the Buyer.  Sold 3/15/12.

2308 Calle Pacifica, Santa Fe, New Mexico  87505, Offering Price – $249,500, MLS # 201104870, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 1,753 square feet.  Lot Size .19 acres.  Represented the Seller.  Sold – 02/07/12.

18 Primrose, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87506, Offering Price – $869,000, MLS # 201005531, 3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, 3,300 Square Feet, Lot Size 1.5 acres.  Represented the Buyer.  Sold – 01/10/12.

1405 Vegas Verdes #105, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price $120,000, MLS # 201104936, 1 Bedroom, 2 Baths, 874 square feet.  Represented the Seller. Sold 11/30/11.

47 Bouquet Lane, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price – $355,000, MLS # 201104078, 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 2,487 square feet, Lot Size .8 acres.  Represented the Buyer and the Seller.  Sold 11/03/11.

2924 Pueblo Pintado, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price – $220,000, MLS # 201105107, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Lot Size .13 acres.  Represented the Seller.  Sold – 10/31/11.

621 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price – $1,380,000, MLS # 201103504, 8,700 square feet. Commercial. Represented the Buyer. Sold 09/09/11.

36 Vista Lagunitas, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price – $599,000, MLS # 201102611, 4 Bedrooms, 4 Baths, 2,900 square feet, Lot size 1.499 acres.  Represented the Seller.  Sold – 7/27/11.

41 Camino de Milagro, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price – $635,000, MLS # 201006026, 3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, 3,457 square feet, Lot Size 14.94 acres. Represented the Buyer. Sold – 6/23/11

138 East Santa Fe Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price – $443,000, MLS #201006182, a 2,159 square foot triplex and 140 East Santa Fe Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price – $352,000 MLS #201006188, a 1,760 sq. ft. duplex. Represented the Seller. Sold both – 3/29/11.

Recent Transactions

Below is a summary of some of my recent sales where I represented the Seller or the Buyer:

734 Porvenir, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501, Offering Price – $225,000, MLS 201201321, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 1,348 Sq. Ft., Lot Size .014 acres.  Represented the Seller.  Sold 5/29/12.

21 Ceramic Court, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508, Offering Price$245,000. MLS # 201104457, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 1,943 Sq. Ft., Lot Size 2.46 acres.  Represented the Seller.  Sold 5/03/12.

06 Las Joyas, Santa Fe, New Mexico  87506, Offering Price – $899,000. MLS # 201201592, 4 Bedrooms, 4 Baths, 4,837 Sq. Ft., Lot Size 2.66 acres. Represented the Seller and the Buyer. Sold 4/16/12.

3148 La Paz Lane, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507, Offering Price – $225,000. MLS #702402, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 1,230 Sq. Ft.  Represented the Seller. Sold 3/26/12.

71 Star Dancer Trail, Santa Fe, NM  87506, Offering Price – $649,000.  MLS #201100993, 3 Bedrooms, 2 baths, 2,630 Sq. Ft. Represented the Buyer.  Sold 3/15/12.

2308 Calle Pacifica, Santa Fe, New Mexico  87505, Offering Price – $249,500, MLS # 201104870, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 1,753 square feet.  Lot Size .19 acres.  Represented the Seller.  Sold – 02/07/12.

18 Primrose, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87506, Offering Price – $869,000, MLS # 201005531, 3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, 3,300 Square Feet, Lot Size 1.5 acres.  Represented the Buyer.  Sold – 01/10/12.

1405 Vegas Verdes #105, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price $120,000, MLS # 201104936, 1 Bedroom, 2 Baths, 874 square feet.  Represented the Seller. Sold 11/30/11.

47 Bouquet Lane, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price – $355,000, MLS # 201104078, 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 2,487 square feet, Lot Size .8 acres.  Represented the Buyer and the Seller.  Sold 11/03/11.

2924 Pueblo Pintado, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price – $220,000, MLS # 201105107, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Lot Size .13 acres.  Represented the Seller.  Sold – 10/31/11.

621 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price – $1,380,000, MLS # 201103504, 8,700 square feet. Commercial. Represented the Buyer. Sold 09/09/11.

36 Vista Lagunitas, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price – $599,000, MLS # 201102611, 4 Bedrooms, 4 Baths, 2,900 square feet, Lot size 1.499 acres.  Represented the Seller.  Sold – 7/27/11.

41 Camino de Milagro, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price – $635,000, MLS # 201006026, 3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, 3,457 square feet, Lot Size 14.94 acres. Represented the Buyer. Sold – 6/23/11

138 East Santa Fe Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price – $443,000, MLS #201006182, a 2,159 square foot triplex and 140 East Santa Fe Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price – $352,000 MLS #201006188, a 1,760 sq. ft. duplex. Represented the Seller. Sold both – 3/29/11.

Santa Fe Home inventory down as families stay put

By Bruce Krasnow | The New Mexican  This article was syndicated from The New Mexican, click here for a copy of the original article.
Posted: Wednesday, January 18, 2012 -

Lower interest rates have boosted home ownership in Santa Fe, but they also have reduced sales inventory as more families refinance and stay put.

“A lot of times if it’s being refinanced, it comes off the market,” said Victoria Murphy, a broker with Santa Fe Properties who serves as president-elect of the Santa Fe Association of Realtors. “Sometimes it goes back on, other times they decide to wait [to sell].”

And refinance activity isn’t yet over, predicts Jeff Payne, a branch manager at Wells Fargo. He said the federal government will roll out a new program in February that should help those who owe banks more than a home is worth get in on fixed-rate home loans as low as 4 percent.

“We keep pinching ourselves to figure out if it’s real,” said Payne, who spoke to Santa Fe Realtors on Wednesday. “It’s real.”

Sharon Yermal, a Wells Fargo mortgage specialist, has seen many people who may want to sell but instead refinance to take advantage of lower rates. They do so with five-year adjustable-rate mortgages with the idea of lowering monthly payments now but with the intent of selling when the market recovers.

“Five years seems to be the timeline they’re looking at,” she said. “They’re not looking for it to happen in the next year or two.”

Sales figures released by the association Wednesday indicate that the inventory of properties for sale is down 30 percent from two years ago, while new listings are down 18 percent over the past 12 months.

At the same time, residential sales rose 10 percent in the fourth quarter and 2.4 percent in all of 2011 compared with 2010.

The median sales price in the city fell to $289,000 in 2011 from $300,000, a decline of 3.3 percent. In the city and county combined, the median price dropped to $349,000 from $354,000.

Median prices in Santa Fe are now at a seven-year low.

“I am absolutely surprised how many homes I’m seeing on the market for under $200,000,” Murphy said.

Santa Fe 3rd Quarter 2011 MLS property statistics

Santa Fe after Winter Storm, photo by Renee Edwards

The Santa Fe Association of Realtors’ 3rd quarter MLS real estate statistics are out.  There is good news for both sellers and for buyers. First for sellers, inventory levels are down having shrunk 21.1% to 1,794 units, a positive supply-side improvement.  New listings were down, too, with 687 properties listed in the 3rd quarter of 2011 versus 816 new listings in the 3rd quarter of 2010, a 15.8% drop.  Days on market decreased 7.9% to 224 days from 3rd quarter 2010 to 3rd quarter 2011.  Absorption rates improved as month’s supply of inventory was down 23.4% to 16.8 months.

Now for buyers, the median sales price decreased 3.0% year to date from $330,00 in the 3rd quarter of 2010 to $320,000 in the 3rd quarter of 2011. Even better, Santa Fe’s housing affordability index increased from 92 in the 3rd quarter of 2010 to 107 in the 3rd quarter of 2011.  This index measures housing affordability for the region.  An index of 107 means that the median household income was 107% of what is necessary to qualify for the median-priced home under prevailing interest rates.  A higher number means greater affordability.

Different city areas experienced different activity levels in the 3rd quarter, although the total closed sales in the city for single family residences stayed flat with 148 closed sales in the 3rd quarter of 2010 and 148 closed sales in the 3rd quarter of 2011.

Area 3S, the Southeast (South) city limits, saw the greatest percentage increase in closed sales of single family residences in the city, a 133% increase, going from 3 closed sales in the 3rd quarter of 2010 to 7 closed sales in the 3rd quarter of 2011, although median sale prices declined in Area 3S from $650,000 to $359,000.  Area 01, the Northeast city limits, experienced the largest percentage decline in closed sales of single family residences, -35.5%,  with closed sales dropping from 31 closed sales in the 3rd quarter of 2010 to 20 closed sales in the 3rd quarter of 2011, although median sales price increased from $670,000 to $762,000.

17 Los Ojitos, photo by Renee Edwards

Elsewhere in the city, Area 02, the Northwest city limits, saw closed sales of single family residences increase 22.2% from 9 sales in the 3rd quarter of 2010 to 11 sales in the 3rd quarter of 2011, although prices stayed relatively flat, with the median sales price dropping from $400,000 to $399,000.

Area 3, the Southeast city limits, saw no closed sales of single family residences in 3rd quarter of 2011, down from 2 sales in the 3rd quarter of 2011.

Area 3N, the Southeast (North) city limits, was a bright spot in the marketplace, closed sales of single family residences increased from 32 closed sales in the 3rd quarter of 2010 to 35 closed sales in the 3rd quarter of 2011, up 9.4%, while median sales price increased from $573,500 to $620,000.

Areas 04N, 04S and 13, the Southwest city limits, experienced an increase in closed sales of single family residences, moving from 71 closed sales in the 3rd quarter of 2010 to 75 closed sales in the 3rd quarter of 2011, up 5.6%, but median sale price declined from $220,000 yo $209,900.

Eldorado was another bright spot, closed sales of single family residences increased from 22 closed sales in the 3rd quarter of 2010 to 33 closed sales in the 3rd quarter of 2011, up 50%, although median sales price slipped from $352,000 to $324,000.

The number of closed sales of single family residences elsewhere in the county increased from 111 closed sales in the 3rd quarter of 2010 to 117 closed sales in 2011.

In the Northwest sector of the county, Areas 24 and 25, where popular Las Campanas and Aldea are located, the number of closed sales of single family residences rose from 28 in the 3rd quarter of 2010 to 31 closed sales in the 3rd quarter of 2011, up 10.7%, although the median sales price declined from $742,500 to $699,000.

In the Northeast sector of the county, Areas, 15 and 16,the number of closed sales of single family residences declined from 8 sales in the 3rd quarter of 2010 to 6 sales in the 3rd quarter of 2011, down -25%,  and prices declined as well with the median sales price declining from $480,000 to $434,510.

In the Southeast sector of the county, Areas 05, 07, 08, 10, 14 and 26, the number of closed sales of single family residences rose from 43 in the 3rd quarter of 2010 to 55 in the 3rd quarter of 2011, up 27.9%, but the median sales price fell from $389,000 to $336,000.

Finally, in the Southwest sector of the country, Areas, 06, 11, 12 and 27, the number of closed sales of single family residences fell from 32 closed sales in the 3rd quarter of 2010 to 25 closed sales in the 3rd quarter of 2011 and the median sales price also fell from $318,641 to $282,500.

Are you interested in buying or selling real estate in Santa Fe?  Contact me, Karen Meredith, Keller Williams Realty, 314 S. Guadalupe Street, Santa Fe, NM  87501 (505) 603-3036.

All data from the Santa Fe Association of REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service. Data maintained by SFAR MLS may not reflect all real estate activity in these areas.  SFAR MLS does not guarantee, nor is it in any way responsible for, the accuracy of the data provided in this report.

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Business Insider reports Santa Fe ranks 11th on list of the Top 15 Housing Markets for the next 5 years, December 8, 2011

Santa Fe after Winter Storm, photo by Renee Edwards

Business Insider recently reported that the latest data from Fiserv Case Shiller shows that national home prices are expected to grow at an annualized rate of 3.2% between 2011 and Q2 2016.

Business Insider combed through Fiserv’s data and picked the 15 best housing markets for the next five years.  Santa Fe ranked number 11 of out of the top 15 on Business Insider’s List of the best housing markets for the next five years.  Business Insider predicted Santa Fe would have “Annualized growth from 2011 – 2016: +9.1%“.

Business Insider further reported “Santa Fe has a low unemployment rate of 5.4% and a median household income of $70,000. Its home prices are only down 17.7% since they peaked in Q4 2007.
Data provided by Fiserv Case Shiller Indexes”
To read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/best-real-estate-markets-2016-2011-12# Original article by Mamta Badkar, December 8, 2011.

Santa Fe Neighborhoods – Focus on Villa de la Paz

Villa de la Paz

Villa de la Paz means “Peaceful Village”  in Spanish. This tranquil little haven tucked into the southwest side of Santa Fe certainly lives up to its name.  Development began in 1999 – 2000, for this well-established condominium subdivision, which was designed to provide the local community with affordable, quality, urban village housing.

The development contains 89 plotted lots on nearly 10 acres.  76 lots have already been built.  There are eight different floor plans to choose from, three single story and five two story, and all are two or three bedroom units.  The units start at 1,000 square feet and go up to approximately 1,800 square feet.  The housing is FHA approved, which gives buyers the opportunity to purchase these units with a low downpayment.

Park with gazebo and two benches

Villa de la Paz contains a beautifully landscaped park that is approximately 1 acre in size with a gazebo and benches, perfect for walking, contemplating nature or visiting with neighbors.

Peaceful walking trails weave through the subdivision, which also has two landscaped park-like retention ponds. The outdoor areas were planted with a beautiful selection of botanical plants that are drought resistinant and low maintenance.

The existing units in the subdivision are designed for maximum light and privacy with vaulted ceilings in the single story units and decks with mountain views in the two story units. Quality construction details include radiant heating, Pella Windows, tile floors, Kohler plumbing fixtures, and solid wood interior doors.  Protective covenants were created  to ensure that residents enjoy uniformity and consistency of style and design in their surrounding environment.

Walking Trail

The subdivision is self contained, with one entrance and one exit and contains ample public parking. Most units have garages.  Villa de la Paz has convenient shopping and enjoys many city services such as water, sewer, electricity and trash pickup.

Villa de la Paz Housing Opportunities

Currently Keller Williams Realty has two condominum units for sale  at Villa de la Paz.

Please contact me, Karen Meredith, Keller Williams, (505) 603-3036 or Renee Edwards, Keller Williams, (505) 470-7773 for more information about either of these homes.

The first condominium unit for sale is 3148 La Paz Lane, Santa Fe, New Mexico. MLS # 702402, asking price $225,000.  A two bedroom, two bath home with 1,230 square feet built in 2003.  This home is open and light with plenty of skylights and windows.

 

3148 La Paz Lane

Single level with a one car garage, deck, private landscaped courtyard, a dog run, evaporative cooling, wood blinds and custom California closets.  Two fireplaces, one in the master bedroom, the other in the living room.

Enjoys an open floor concept with vaulted pitch roof ceilings and is finished in travetine tile.  Other features include Pella Windows, solid wood interior doors, built in microwave, radiant heating, new carpet in the bedrooms. Refrigerator and washer/dryer included.  Call Renee Edwards, Keller Williams, (505) 470-7773 to schedule a showing!

Living room with kiva fireplace at 3252 La Paz Lane

 

The other condominium unit for sale is 3252 La Paz Lane, MLS # 201103987, asking price – $229,000.  A three bedroom, three bath home boasting 1,560 square feet on .07 acres.  This former model home has lovely interior finishes and details including a viga ceiling, a plastered kiva fire place in the living room and traditional saltillo tile floors.

Other features include upper floor decks with western sunset views, and eastern Sangre de Cristo mountain views.

The master bedroom with private bath is on the lower level, two guest rooms each with views and private sundecks are upstairs.

All bathrooms are adorned with traditional decorative Mexican Talavera tile.  The dining area opens to a private patio and yard which is enclosed by coyote fencing.

Kitchen at 3252 La Paz Lane

The kitchen, which includes a full appliance package with gas cooking, has a neat pass-thru to the dining room.

A utility and mud room provides direct access from the carport to the kitchen to make grocery stocking a breeze.

Recently refinished decks and landscaping improvements.

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Santa Fe Neighborhoods – Focus on Bishops Lodge Road

Bishops Lodge Road

Make a left on Paseo de Peralta onto Washington Avenue near the massive, pink, iconic Scottish Rite Temple and you find yourself heading north from the Santa Fe Plaza along the old stagecoach road to the Village of Tesuque.  Soon Washington Avenue turns into Bishops Lodge Road.  This 5 mile drive to Tesuque is one of the prettiest and most relaxing drives in Santa Fe. You’ll pass scenic hillsides and enter a cottonwood shaded lush valley filled with orchards and horse farms.  Along the way you will see some of the most expensive luxury homes in the Santa Fe style peppering the hillsides.

The Bishops Lodge Road neighborhood is one of Santa Fe’s older neighborhoods.  Well established, many of these homes enjoy beautiful views of the Sangre de Cristo, Jemez, Ortiz and Sandia mountain ranges as well as city light views.  Tucked away on dirt roads and nestled in the hillsides, these homes have privacy, yet are only minutes away from the Plaza.

Residents of Bishops Lodge Road have easy access to hiking in the Santa Fe National Forest, which has 1,500 contiguous square miles of territory nearby.

Horseback riding at Bishop's Lodge Ranch Resort & Spa

Along the way to Tesuque you’ll pass the Bishop’s Lodge Ranch Resort & Spa, which was originally the home of Bishop Jean Baptiste Lamy.  Bishop Lamy was the first bishop appointed by the Vatican in 1850 for its newly created American southwest diocese, Vicariate of New Mexico.  He oversaw the creation of St. Francis Cathedral, at the end of East San Francisco Street, just off the Plaza, which he commissioned in 1869, and was very influencial in the development of Santa Fe and its surrounding areas in the mid 1800s.  The town of Lamy is named after Bishop Lamy for his work in bringing the railroad to that town and donating Church property for the railroad junction there.  Eventually becoming an Archbishop in 1875, Archbishop Lamy was the inspiration for the lead character in Willa Cather’s masterpiece, Death Comes for the Archbishop.

Bishop’s Lodge Resort’s website states:  “Lamy enjoyed having visitors out to his lodge and his many guests were invited to partake in the pleasure of his gardens, orchard, fish-pond and the natural serenity of his country estate. In time, the path out to the ranch became a road and led the city’s newspaper to remark, “Good work has been done on the Bishop’s ranch road. It forms one of the best rides out of the city. This is the work, we presume, of Bishop Lamy.”

The New Mexico Governor’s Mansion also resides just off Bishop’s Lodge Road on 1 Mansion Way.  It was built in 1954 and is 7,949 square feet.  Click here for more information about the New Mexico Governor’s Mansion.

The Hills at Bishop’s Lodge is a new 45 acre residential luxury home and condominium development with amenities that include swimming, tennis and riding trails.

If you would like to know more about any of the homes for sale in the Bishops Lodge Road neighborhood, contact me, Karen MeredithKeller Williams Realty, by e-mail or at (505) 603-3036. For a free market analysis of how much your Bishops Lodge Road neighborhood home is worth, click here.

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Santa Fe Market Report – The Bishops Lodge Road Area


Santa Fe Market Report
Featuring The Bishops Lodge Road Area


Active SFAR Listings
All Santa Fe Listings (7/13/11)
Residential: 2470
Residential Land: 1507
Farm & Ranch: 125
Commercial Land: 60
Multi Family: 30
Commercial Buildings: 169
Live/Work: 18


The Bishops Lodge Road Area Snapshot


Days on Market (DOM)
The Bishops Lodge Road Area – Residential Sold*


Selling Price: % of List Price
The Bishops Lodge Road Area – Residential Sold*

 

If you would like to know more about any of the homes for sale in the Bishops Lodge Road neighborhood, contact me, Karen Meredith, Keller Williams Realty, by e-mail or at (505) 603-3036. For a free market analysis of how much your Bishops Lodge Road neighborhood home is worth, click here.

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Santa Fe Real Estate News – The Santa Fe City South East Area

Santa Fe Market Report
Featuring The Santa Fe City South East Area


Active SFAR Listings
All Santa Fe Listings (6/22/11)
Residential: 2434
Residential Land: 1519
Farm & Ranch: 127
Commercial Land: 57
Multi Family: 37
Commercial Buildings: 174
Live/Work: 18


The Santa Fe City South East Area Snapshot


Days on Market (DOM)
The Santa Fe City South East Area – Residential Sold*


Selling Price: % of List Price
The Santa Fe City South East Area – Residential Sold*