As this is not a real estate question, I have no direct knowledge or information.
One of the best resources for information on the Navajo Nation is the staff at the Navajo Times. I recommend you go to their site and contact their resourceful them for help in answering your question.
Here is the link to their web site: http://www.navajotimes.com Here is their contact information:
The Navajo Times, Highway 264 & Route 12, Window Rock, AZ 86515â€“0310
Tel (928) 871-1130 Fax (928) 871-1159... more
Yes, there are roads throughout the area and neighbors that surround Sandia Park. As for crime, the best source for this information is directly from the local police department. While you can obtain some information from websites such as CrimeReports.com, the most reliable and accurate stats will come from the police.
Syan Real Estate
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I believe Deming is in Luna County. You can contact the Luna County Assessor's office. They should be able to provide you with an official PLAT for that subdivision. Most counties have these electronically and they can email it to you.
Sandia Peak Realty
Volcano Cliffs is still an upcoming desirable area. It started to take off just when the market fell so building came to a halt. It is located in our new High district, Volcano Vista, which is a plus. There are several questions that I have in order to advise. How much did you pay for the lots? Are you ever planning on developing them or moving to Albuquerque? What are the address of the properties? Are they contiguous? I can give you a better answer if you could give me some more information. I would be glad to help.
Coldwell Banker Legacy
You are looking at very small towns that are conservative. I owned a Gelato Shop on Cloudcroft for a bit. Everyone is very friendly there, and tourists are what keep the town of ~600 going. High Rolls is nice middle ground between NMSU and Cloudcroft. As far as strong arts you may be better off near Santa Fe, although it may be more Liberal.
My family and I have been in the East Mountains for a total of 9 years after moving from Albuquerque's westside. We absolutely love it we often joke that we increased are life span and decreased our stress by no longer dealing with the westside traffic. In our 9 years we have lived in Tijeras off South 14, in Edgewood off of Mountain Valley Rd and currently in Cedar Crest. We have liked them all and each area has had it's unique character. Overall all we have found on very few occassions has the winter snow been severe enough that we take a snow day maybe 3 or less of these in the past 9 years. The roads are cleared very quickly it is helpful to have a 4wd vechicle and for roads not maintained by the county there has always been a neighbor with a plow that works the neighborhood roads. We love Cedar Crest it offers the best in location still rural with privacy yet minutes from a grocery store and multiple restaurants and only 15 minutes to Albuquerque. My wife is the realtor and would be happy to work with you just email her at Lucille@360venturesllc.com... more
Sometimes your wants and needs have to be modified to fit your budget. The least expensive house in a neighborhood is often the best buy for a short or long term investment. Visit a neighborhood several times to get a sense of â€œbelongingâ€. Check out area statistics; real estate professionals are prohibited from â€œsteeringâ€â€”enticing a buyer to purchase, or not, in specific neighborhoods; so, you should check out demographics on your own to assure your comfort level can be reached.... more