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Thu Aug 27, 2015
Christine Wagner asked:
We are moving soon to the area, but don't really want to live in Los Alamos. We'd like to be close to the city of Santa Fe, or in the city, but not so far away that the commute is an hour…
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Sun May 24, 2015
Amber Haskell answered:
These are a few contacts for short and long term rents in Santa Fe! Groups who work to find the perfect match!
www.casasdesantafe.com
www.vrbo.com
www.kokoproperty.com
Best of luck in your rental search! ... more
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Sun May 24, 2015
Amber Haskell answered:
Great Question Tjh!
There are many areas in Santa Fe County that will fit your needs. As many of my collegues have shared, checking the area and community restrictions are key! There is a wonderful community in the Hwy 285 area that allows for livestock and multiple animals on a property. All minutes away from many community amenities, the best of all worlds! County Rd 42 and Hwy 14 areas also have locations that will allow for live stock. I recently sold a 10 acre parcel with a 6 stall barn in a community surrounded by Alpaca and Equestiran family operations. All within less then 30 minutes to the plaza. I am sure you can find you Santa Fe Casa for you and the Llamas. Santa Fe awaits with many options to explore! Best of luck in you search! ... more
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Sat Jan 31, 2015
Guin White answered:
Santa Fe was named the #3 top City for the Best Weather by Travel + Leisure. Our dry, high-desert climate affords one of the most pleasant year-round weather experiences. It does snow in the winter occasionally. Ski Santa Fe, our ski basin, gets the lion's share while the city itself typically gets a few inches and the streets and sidewalks stay clear. I call the snow here "pretty snow" because I think it only enhances our charming town's ambiance in the wintertime. I hope that answers your question. If not, feel free to contact me if you like, gwhite@santaferealestate.com. Having worked in the hotel and hospitality industry for many years in Santa Fe, I know lots about our city and am delighted to help anyone who's interested. ... more
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Tue Sep 24, 2013
Spencer Ralston answered:
Here are three to consider:
Northway Roofing - 505.470.7663
Mike Lopez Roofing - 505.570.5219
McPartlon Roofing - 505.982.6256

With all the rain we've been having, these roofers are probably swamped with business. If you've got leaks, then I'd go with any of the above who can do it soonest. Whoever you decide on, make sure to go with a company that's licensed, got a long history and that gives you at least a 7-10 year warranty. And make sure the warranty is transferable in case you want to sell your place down the road.

Spence Ralston
Barker Realty
spencer@santaferealestate.com
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Sat Sep 7, 2013
Ricky Allen answered:
Buzz....here is a link with some good info: http://www.santafenm.gov/index.aspx?NID=1229

Also...here is an interesting article that I share with my clients:

Hope this helps!

Ricky Allen
Sotheby's
505-470-8233
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