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We'll be focusing on one of Albuquerque's most popular and affordable neighborhoods, Albuquerque Uptown. We'll talk about the real estate stats for the area as well as describe the lifestyle that the area provides.
As usual we'll also be talking about mortgage rates and other things as well.
Join me, Rich Cederberg, Venture Realty Group, and Patsy Bailey, WestStar Mortgage, to learn more about the Albuquerque Uptown neighborhood.
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Home Stager Tessa Skeens will be our guest this week. Tessa has recently moved to Albuquerque from Santa Fe and brings with her a wealth of experience in the real estate industry. She's been a licensed Realtor, an advertising art director and creative director for a real estate technology company.
We'll be talking about why stage your home, how it can help a house sell faster and for more money.
Visit Tessa's Interior design and home staging website to learn more about this week's guest on the Albuquerque real estate show.
Missed the show? You can listen on demand or visit my Albuquerque Real Estate Blog for notes on the show.
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Karie Taylor of Venture Realty Group's Property Management division will be our special guest this week. We'll talk about the condition of the Albuquerque rental market as well as the pros and cons of renting out a home versus selling in today's challenging real estate market.
For more info about Property Management in Albuquerque visit Venture Realty Group's website http://www.venturerentals.com.
Please to read more about Albuquerque real estate please visit my blog at http://www.albuquerquerealestatebuzz.com.
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New home construction is picking up again in NW Albuquerque,but it's not only the big production builders like Pulte and DR Horton who are breaking ground, there's a local builder who's been making a big splash too.
This week on the Albuquerque Real Estate show I'll be talking with Mackenzie Bishop of locally owned Abrazo Homes. We'll be talking about some of the unique features of Abrazo homes like the Home Automation System which allows you to control your home's lighting, heating and cooling from your iPad. We'll also talk about their sensible home design and what smart square footage is.
Please join me, Rich Cederberg of Venture Realty, and Patsy Bailey of WestStar Mortgage this Wednesday at 9:00AM or listen on demand as we talk about New Home Construction in NW Albuquerque.
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On this episode of the Albuquerque Real Estate Show we'll be talking about the steps that are required to get you from contract to close on your Albuquerque Home. We'll cover information about home inspections, about the appraisal process and about the title process, all important steps to understand when you're buying a home.
Join me, Rich Cederberg, Venture Realty Group and Patsy Bailey, WestStar Mortgage to learn more.
Please join Larry and Dr. Henry Day as they welcome the Curator of the Albuquerque Biological Park, Mr. Doug Hotle. Tonight we talk ~ reptiles!!
Lita Albuquerque was born in Santa Monica, California and raised in Tunisia and France. In 1968, Albuquerque received her BFA at the Uni
versity of California, Los Angeles, and continued her education at the Otis Art institute from 1971 to 1972. In the late-70s, Albuquerque focused her work from painting to ephemeral works that took place in the open landscape including her large scale ephemeral pieces at public sites such as The Washington Monument (1980) The Great Pyramids (1996) and more recently the ice desert of Antarctica where she led an expedition and team of scientists and artists that culminated in the first and largest ephemeral art work created on the continent—Stellar Axis: Antarctica (2006). Her work has continuously explored the subject matters of mapping, the cosmos, and connectivity. Her paintings are a materialization of the ideas about color, light and perception first created in her ephemeral works. Through her use of pure pigments, gold leaf and copper, she engages perceptual and alchemical shifts in the viewing subject.
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
St. Blandina Segale - Born in Italy in 1850, Sr. Blandina Segale, who came to America at the age of 4, grew up to become a Sister of Charity of Cincinatti. Her ministry led her to the frontier West, where she challenged Billy the Kid, calmed angry mobs and worked as a teacher and social worker. She taught poor and immigrant children in Ohio, Colorado and New Mexico. Her encounters with Old West outlaws were so legendary that the CBS series "Death Valley Days" aired an episode based on her life called "The Fastest Nun in the West." Sr. Blandina founded St. Joseph's Hospital in Albuquerque before returning to Cincinnati in 1897 to start Santa Maria Institute, which served recent immigrants. In June of 2014, Archbishop Michael Sheehan of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe said he has received permission from the Vatican to open the "Sainthood Cause" for Sister Blandina Segale.
This week the team savors the 399 miles of Route 66 in New Mexico across the high plains, mountains, and desert. Join us as we experience the neon lights of Tucumcari, the Balloon Fiesta in Albuquerque, and Grants' ice cave!
Have you ever sat next to someone annoying on a plane? We'll discuss Jeremy's offensive seatmate as well as the world's most expensive Big Mac. In this week's Travel Q&A, we'll reveal the largest city in America without an interstate highway. Plus, enjoy more classic commercials from the Golden Age of radio in The Travel Archive and comedy On the Lighter Side.
It's another hour of roadtripping, travel, and fun on this week's edition of Road Trip Radio!
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