The South Valley, is a class structured disparaged value hodgepodge of a mess, but If you got in early there were some outstanding deals-and more than likely still are-there are a lot of quaint adobes, and other types of properties, like horse properties-Get this, I'm no expert on the South Valley, but it's always been viewed as a kinda poverty stricken area-but there are real great wealthy properties there, fortunately for the clandestine owners.
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.... more