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NewMexicoHomeSearch.com is home search and lifestyle website designed specifically with New Mexico homeowners, home buyers and home sellers in mind. By partnering with New Mexico True and MLS’ around the state, we provide the most accurate and extensive source for property listings and value-added advice for living in New Mexico. Through the site, not only will you find the perfect home, you can find a local Realtor that could be your perfect match.

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Timing is everything, especially when it comes to selling your house. Historically, the milder weather and longer days of spring signal the start of the peak selling season. However, the 2020 selling season brings more than open houses and eager buyers with it – it also brings the threat and uncertainty of the coronavirus (COVID-19). This health concern has sellers and REALTORS® rethinking traditional marketing techniques and looking for responsible ways to sell during the coronavirus pandemic.

SHOULD I DELAY MY HOME SALE?

Delaying your home sale is not necessary or required because there are work-arounds that will keep your family safe during the process. REALTORS® are taking the safety of their clients very seriously during the

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There are no dumb questions to ask a real estate agent.

Home buying seems simple enough: Find a house you like that’s close to work or school, tell someone you want to buy it, and move in.

But there's more to it than that. You’ll have to find and get approved by a lender who will let you borrow a few hundred thousand dollars, lock in a mortgage rate, figure out how much house you can afford, put in an offer that will entice the seller, get an inspection and an appraisal, pay closing costs and sign a whole bunch of paperwork.

Phew! We need a break just thinking about all the questions to ask when buying a house.

Your real estate agent can help you understand the process. But if you don’t ask questions or get your agent to clarify something you

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NAR is a national partner for the 2020 census and want all 1.4 million members to take part in the census and to encourage their friends, neighbors, and clients to do so as well.

The Census survey is available online at 2020census.gov, by phone, or by mail.

You might not know but census data provides tremendous value to our members. NAR uses that data for research and examining trends in communities across this country. The usefulness of that information relies on current, accurate data from the federal government.

“Full participation in the census is in many ways the only way to ensure that data is correct.”

The census also helps determine Congressional representation. And, $1.5 trillion is distributed to states and localities based on census

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Get personal finance tips to help you reduce monthly expenses -- and meet your #housegoals. In partnership with: That's Who We R®

Source: "5 Tips to Save Money for a Down Payment"

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It’s a confusing time, but lenders are putting remedies, like forbearance, in place to help homeowners.

Mortgage lenders, and the federal agencies that regulate lenders, are putting coronavirus mortgage relief measures in place to ensure homeowners have options if they're unable to make payments.

Your first stop in the face of financial hardship is your lender or bank.

Just keep in mind lenders are working to figure out and implement the new mortgage relief polices outlined by the regulatory agencies. So you might read one thing from the FHFA, a federal regulator, but your bank might be doing something else.

In addition, due to the number of homeowners affected by the pandemic, lenders are dealing with a crush of calls and online

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Realtors! Your New Mexico Home Search.com account is FREE - claiming your profile is easy and only takes a minute!

  1. First navigate to: http://www.newmexicohomesearch.com/backend/remind/
  2. Once you access the link above you will see the prompt to enter your username.
  3. In the Username field, enter your email address associated with you MLS provider!

Once you have entered your email, click Submit and you will receive an email with instructions on how to setup your account. Check your junk / spam box if you do not see the email.

 

Once you have claimed your password, you can log in to your account by clicking "Agent Login at the top right of the homepage.

Questions or Concerns.

Email: Julian@gaar.com or call: (505) 724-3483

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REALTORS® are community leaders – That’s Who We Are®. You shape and help build neighborhoods that thrive. By promoting diversity and inclusion you unlock access to opportunities that transform lives and boost business. Thriving communities mean:

  • A strong economy = more jobs, more income, more business
  • Healthier people
  • A cleaner environment
  • Higher-achieving students
  • Safer streets
Fair Housing Month is Here. So is Coronavirus.

April is upon us. This time of year is usually a flurry of spring market activity. It’s also a time when we reflect on the ways people are shut out of the housing market, and commit to expanding housing opportunity, with our annual observation of Fair Housing Month. This year is different. Because of

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As everyone settles into their homes to ride out the COVID-19 pandemic, their energy bills will jump, perhaps even skyrocket. But there are some simple things that homeowners can do to curb their costs, particularly as electronics and lights are used .

Sense, a company that offers home energy monitoring solutions, offers up the following five ways to save money on energy costs at home during this time.

1. Turn off electronics when not in use.

Keeping gadgets on constantly will add to your electricity bill. Consumer electronics and common devices can account for 23% of the average electricity bill—or about $322 annually, according to Sense. Turn off devices that aren’t in use. Place printers, PCs, laptops, home entertainment equipment, and gaming

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