Another crazy real estate blog-a-thon day is behind me, and what a day it was! But before I go over the bullets, let’s enjoy this beautiful photo of the Sandia Mountains. Do you know where I took this picture? Scroll to the bottom to see the answer.
Yesterday was the lightest day for me so far, but I was still quite productive.
- Bullets from Day Two featured a lovely photo from Casa Rondena Winery.
- Thinking of buying a home from a builder in 2015? Picking the right lot in a new home subdivision can be harder than you might think. The post 7 Tips for Picking a Lot to Build Your New House On is for you. This excerpt captures the focus of the post: “It’s way easier when you go to look at a resale homes to assess the quality of a lot. In fact I rarely see any of my buyer clients choose a bad lot when we’re out there looking at used houses.”
- 2014 Cabezon Home Sales Report. I love writing market reports because I learn a lot about the market when I do. Cabezon was no different than other neighborhoods in 2014. Sales were down from last year, but they were still pretty good when you look back over the last five years. This post might be very long, but writing a post like this takes more time than others. That’s because I have to do the research first. then create the charts using Google Drive, then finally write the post. Please go take a look and hover over the images to see the interactive charts.
- I created a featured community page for Corazon Cabezon, the gated neighborhood in Rio Rancho’s master planned community.
- I created another featured community page for The Boulders, a new home subdivision that’s still being built in NW Albuquerque. I also created a Pinterest board for The Boulders. I’ve done Pinterest boards for listings and neighborhoods in the past and sometimes they rank quite well.
There’s your recap of day three. That’s three days of Crazy Albuquerque Real Estate Blog-a-Thon completed with a total of 15 posts (remember, pages count too).
I’m still on pace for 155 posts lol!
The photo is from Rio Rancho. There’s a little park at the eastern end of Sabana Grande Ave SE where it meets Dolores Hidalgo DR SE. There’s a little parking lot and a playground, and if you walk a little further back you’ll find the bench with the view of the Sandias.
by Albuquerque Realtor Rich Cederberg, eXp Realty (505) 803-5012.