The South Valley has come up in recent years, with municipal developments, which of course the vato locos instantly applied their own understanding.
The lucky ones, stayed and reaped appreciation-one still might find a suitable property-for sale by owner.
Adobe acres was the first and last sub-division development attempt at characterizing the Valley-Further South, there is beautiful farm land and estates in what is known as Pajarito-"Little Bird".
Of course the Valley, is along the Rio Grande, and some properties along La Vega road, have the river in their back yard.
Basically, the demand factor is less, than the North Valley, but that never stopped Mcdonald's, except perhaps for the first and only Mcdonald's robbery ever reported in Albuquerque, but it is still there, presumptively.
Syan Real Estate
Call/Text: (505) 730-8181
West USA Realty New Mexico
8300 Carmel Avenue, NE
Albuquerque, NM 87122
. He is extremely knowledgeable and helpful. We have been looking for about a year and a half waiting for our home in Tx to sell and he has been very patient and always willing to show us any house we found we wanted to look at
he will be very truthfull and honest about any questions or concerns you would have about homes in the area
He sells homes all over ABQ and surrounding areas \
Anyway, we wanted to live in the suburbs (which there are plenty of them here) but we didn't want to live that far from central Albuquerque to have access to restaurants, theaters, etc. doctors, etc. There are many affordable suburbs in Rio Rancho and the Northwest side of Albuquerque but the commute doesn't justify it. We settled on a great location and picked a nice suburb right off I-40 freeway and 98th. We love it and feel like we got the best of both worlds with quiet suburb living with quick access to the freeway.
Hope it works out for you!
Good luck, and most of all, HAVE FUN shopping around!
I have lived in two homes in the SW built by two different builders and there are definitely differences. I am fortunate because after purchasing my first home, I knew what to look for when buying my second home and helping firsthome buyers I can adivse them on what to look for.
Please let me know if you have questions.
The SW quadrant of Albuquerque is too vast an area to generalize about by saying the housing there is poor quality. More homes are probably sold the the SW area that any other quadrant because there is so much new construction there. New construction comes with a warranty and a ten year statute of limitations.
Call me to discuss.
I don't think this is true. It depends on the direct area your looking at. I've sold a homes in that area in as little as 4 days and the quality was great. I'm a long time realtor and native of NM. I'm here to help you.
Go to my website at reneefurst.com. I have a full service team that can get you qualified quickly and my closer is the best in the city. I'm happy to meet you on the week-end if the week is too busy for you. Call or email me when your ready to move.
Equity New Mexico
I'd be glad to help in your home search. Contact me by phone, email or text.
Sandia Peak Realty
Unfortunately you can find poor quality in all parts of town, and the opposite is just as true. The best way to avoid this is to have a thorough home inspection done and do your homework on the builder and the the builders reputation. Please let me know if I can be of any further assistance.