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    Published 28 May 2019 There’s hardly a person with even a passing interest in real estate who isn’t aware of the three most important rules of buying and selling: location, location, location. But is the location of a property really that important? Almost without exception, the answer is “yes.” Although a large number of home

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    Published 6 May 2019 Around this time last year, I noted in this column that roughly 23 percent of the single-family, free-standing homes that changed hands sold for the asking price, or more. At the time, buyers who paid more than the asking price shelled out an average of around $2,800 above list to beat

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    Published 21 April 2019 The New Mexico Legislature began contemplating whether to license home inspectors in 2011. It wasn’t until April 4 of this year that HB 433, the most recent iteration of the many home inspector licensing bills introduced over the past eight years, was signed into law by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham. The

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    Published 15 April 2019 If you own even one of the 110,258 pieces of taxable property located in Doña Ana County, you should have already received your 2019 Notice of Value from the county assessor’s office. The notices serve to inform property owners of the total assessed and taxable values of their properties, as well

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    Published 8 April 2019 Each year, the Doña Ana County treasurer, along with the other 32 county treasurers in the state, are required by law to compile a list of properties on which the property taxes have not been paid. If the property owner hasn’t paid the delinquent taxes within three years of the first

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    Published 1 April 2019 The Association of Real Estate License Law Officials (www.arello.org) estimates that there are approximately 2 million people in the U.S. who currently hold active real estate licenses. According to the National Association of Realtors, about 1.32 million, or two-thirds, of those folks are Realtors. Closer to home, Gretchen Koether, president of

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