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    Published 16 October 2023 According to the National Association of Realtors 2022 Remodeling Impact Report, homeowners spent more than $420 billion on remodeling projects in 2020. Some owners took on projects to prepare their properties for sale. Others made changes purely to increase the quality of their lives at home. Fortunately, none of the owners

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    Published 9 October 2023 It’s no secret the Las Cruces real estate market is experiencing a change of direction, from a sellers’ market to a buyers’ market. Two questions that immediately come to mind are how quickly and to what extent is the change occurring? While there is no single source for the answers, there

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    Published 2 October 2023 September not only marked the beginning of fall, it also marked the beginning of what appears to be a noticeable change in the behavior of the Las Cruces real estate market. That change being a steep month-over-month decline in both the number of sales closed and median sales price. The median

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    Published 26 September 2023 According to the good people at the Dona Ana County Assessor’s Office, there were 63,828 residential homes, condos, multi-family properties, townhomes and mobile home-land combinations taxed as real estate in 2023. Of that number, 18,027, or 28.24 percent, were built prior to 1978 and therefore subject to the Environmental Protection Agency’s

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    Published 18 September 2023 Whether you’re a tenant looking to rent a house or apartment or 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 expected and required

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    Published 11 September 2023 New Mexico law protects landlords when tenants don’t pay their utility bills Utility bills can be a point of contention between landlords and tenants, especially when a tenant vacates a rental property without first settling with the utility companies. The extent to which the problem affects the landlord has everything to

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