Santa Fe, New Mexico is a city unlike any other, as the tagline suggest “The City Different”. As of 2019, Santa Fe is considered the #2 city in the United States by Conde Naste. It’s not just the Native American history mixed with Spanish culture that makes it an attraction, but it also embodies that of the Wild West. Sitting above 7,000 feet, along the Sangre de Cristo foothills, there is an immense amount of natural environment to enjoy from mountain biking forest trails to arid rock displacements. From skiing terrific powder while viewing the surrounding 12,000 foot mountain vistas, it’s no wonder people who love the outdoors love New Mexico. If this isn’t enough, the area also enjoys 320 days of sunshine each year.
Santa Fe attracts homebuyers who love the culture, environment, architecture, climate and small town feel. It tends to be a favored location within New Mexico for Californians to relocate too, or to purchase a second home to work remotely or enjoy for long weekends a short flight away.
Taos offers everything from a rich and diverse history and world-class art to exquisite New Mexican cuisine. Amidst the clean air and high altitude living as all rocky mountain towns share, Taos has a vibrant ski culture in winter and gorgeous summer season amongst meadows, aspen groves, and stunning arid environment pattered with stunning adobe structures. Taos and Santa Fe share the same interest in appealing to the tourism culture, so they have created a sustainable economy for a majority of the year. This provides a lifestyle the residents wish to live and enjoy, while catering to those who wish to only experience. Real Estate in and around Taos offers an extensive variety of luxury northern New Mexico vacation properties, pueblo style homes, condominiums, mountain homes, Ski real estate and ranches for sale.
If skiing the Sandia Mountains in the morning and playing a round of golf on lush green fairways during the afternoon, Albuquerque may be a location that is in your future. Known to many as the starting off point for historical Route 66 under vibrant neon lights, or enjoying a different perspective from the worlds largest balloon festival, it truly is a remarkable town.
Anywhere you visit in New Mexico you will see the foodie culture gravitating towards their roots and 500 year old love of chili. Chili is hanging everywhere. From the porch of a local resident to the historical museum and store fronts along the streets of town.
Embracing it’s Southwestern culture, Albuquerque is home to over 70 different ethnicities. A true melting pot from the well celebrated heritage of American Indian, Hispanic and Latino cultures, there is a remarkable community of African American, Asian, and middle-eastern cultures.