2017 Taos Market Review – Winter 2018

Posted by on Feb 19, 2018 in Blog, Market Updates |

Welcome to Winter 2018 First, we would like to say kudos and thanks to Geraint Smith for his luscious photos that so often make our day. It is the rising moon on the left (Other is cool too and is from TSV) If you haven’t checked out Geraint’s website, please do. His photos of the day are priceless as well as his prints and book.    www.geraintsmith.com We hope we have weathered the real estate roller coaster in Taos and that we can adjust to a...

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5 Facts About Selling A Home in Winter

Posted by on Jan 31, 2018 in Blog |

5 Facts About Selling a Home in the Winter  Posted on Dec 21 2017 – 12:45pm by Housecall  By Dixie Somers Can’t wait until spring to sell your home? Winter can be a tough time to attract buyers, particularly if you live in a region where there’s going to be ice and snow all around. Your home may not show as well in bad weather; however, it is possible. Here are some winter real estate facts to keep in mind: People Like an Orderly...

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Repairs Every Homeowner Should Budget For

Posted by on Jan 30, 2018 in Blog |

Repairs Every Homeowner Should Budget For by Whitney Baum-BennettJanuary 23, 2018 – Homes.com In a perfect world, everything that we own and care about in our home would stay in perfect condition and never need to be repaired or replaced. Unfortunately, this just isn’t the case. Your home’s systems and appliances will experience normal wear and tear, especially when you’ve owned a home for several years. Repairs and maintenance are an...

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7 Tips for Improving Your Credit

Posted by on Jan 25, 2018 in Blog |

7 Tips for Improving Your Credit By: G. M. Filisko Published: February 25, 2010 Here’s how to clean up your credit so you get the least-expensive home loan possible. Getting the loan that suits your situation at the best possible price and terms makes homebuying easier and more affordable. Here are seven ways to boost your credit score so you can do just that. 1. Know your credit score Credit scores range from 300 to 850, and the higher, the...

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Tax Reform: Here’s What Could Impact Homeowners Most – RIS Media

Posted by on Jan 18, 2018 in Blog, Market Updates |

Tax Reform: Here’s What Could Impact Homeowners Most By Liz Dominguez  A new year has started, and with it a newly enacted tax policy: the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. While most changes will not be noticeable until consumers file their taxes in 2019, the new tax law stands to alter how consumers view homeownership incentives and could impact real estate markets across the country. Additionally, many consumers, but not all, may see a change to their...

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