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    Published 29 March 2020 It was a beautiful day in Las Cruces. A first-time buyer was out shopping for her new home — and I mean brand new home. The young lady had already met with two builders that week — let’s refer to them as Builders A and B — and found herself at

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    Published 22 March 2020 Whether you’re a tenant looking to rent a house, mobile home or apartment, or you’re a landlord searching for a suitable renter, it pays to know the law. In the land of enchantment, that law is referred to as the New Mexico Owner-Resident Relations Act. Without a working knowledge of what’s

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    Published 15 March 2020 On March 5, the Federal National Mortgage Corporation, a.k.a. Freddie Mac, announced that the rate for the 30-year, fixed-rate conventional mortgage fell to the lowest level ever recorded in the nearly 50-year history of their weekly survey. The rate for the 15-year mortgage also declined, falling to a point not seen

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    Published 8 March 2020 Selling timeshares without a real estate license is a felony in New Mexico, but that’s not stopping out-of-state scammers from preying on unsuspecting timeshare owners, according to a February 23, 2018 bulletin from the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department. Unlicensed solicitors claiming to represent full-service property management, real estate brokerage

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    Published 1 March 2020 An acute shortage of homes for sale in the Las Cruces-area is frustrating home shoppers in all price ranges, according to a Feb. 24 report from the Las Cruces Association of Realtors. As a result, many buyers are choosing to offer the asking price or more in order to prevail over

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    Published 23 February 2020 Most locals are surprised to learn that Doña Ana County and Los Angeles County are roughly the same size — each measuring roughly 4,000 square miles in area. Locals are even more surprised to learn how lucky they are to have so much room to roam compared to their Southern California

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