Guide to Las Cruces Real Estate and Las Cruces Homes

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Real Estate Agent - Steinborn & Associates Real Estate
I will provide information about the Las Cruces area Real Estate Market, and in addition, general information on Real Estate related topics. This blog should be a resource for both those already living here, as well as anyone considering relocating or retiring in Las Cruces so I will also add any new and current community Information that I know. This blog's ability to provide day to day information is intended to supplement all of the many Real Estate resources that are to be found on my WEBSTITE: www.HomesForSaleInLasCruces.com I am proud of this Website and I encourage you to visit.
RECENT BLOG POSTS
Every year we work with new people who fall in love with Southwestern style homes. Las Cruces' Southwestern style, sometimes called Santa Fe or Pueblo style, has a unique blend of southwestern architecture that matches our unique culture. There's no doubt about it, if you're moving to Las Cruces ...
02/09/2011
Unfortunately, many of you owe more on your home than what it is worth. When you're in this position, every dollar counts. We put together the following list to help you accomplish a short sale. 1. Determine Who You OweYour short sale must be approved by all companies with a mortgage or lien agai...
02/07/2011
At some point, many homeowners come to the realization that they can't afford to stay in their home. Those who plan to give up their home, but want to avoid foreclosure (including the negative blemish it will cause on their credit report), consider a short sale. A short sale allows you to sell or...
02/05/2011
It might be snowing, and you might want to be snuggled up next to the fire place, but for those of you looking for something to do, consider going swimming.  Once the roads clear up and the city goes back to work, you can go to the Las Cruces Regional Aquatics Center, where you can now swim in an...
02/02/2011
In September 2010 the Las Cruces City Council voted to start curbside recycling. The plans are being finalized to get that program started in April of 2011. For now, the existing recycling program is comprised of many drop off locations that collect items in co-mingled, or mixed together format....
02/01/2011
For 20 years artists from southern New Mexico have devoted February to celebrating art in the Mesilla Valley. This year is no different. The ArtForms Artists Association of New Mexico will once again be hosting For the Love of Art in the Mesilla Valley. Made up of community exhibits hosted across...
01/28/2011
One of the best features of Las Cruces and southern New Mexico is the cuisine. Recently, I've written about restaurants that you may have never heard of, and popular places to eat. Today I want to talk about 3 great places for a date night. For families, it's hard to find time to go out on a date...
01/26/2011
Starting a Neighborhood Watch One of the best ways to get to know your neighbors when you move into a community is to learn about the different neighborhood organizations that exist. If a Neighborhood watch program isn't in place, it's an easy way to take initiative and get to know your neighbors...
01/24/2011
A Home Owners Association is typically a volunteer group of neighbors who manage the common areas of a subdivision, enforce covenants, and create rules and restrictions. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the average annual dues for a HOA is $420 and houses in HOAs are valued at 5.4% higher tha...
01/21/2011
Does your house smell like your dog? If so, we need to work on a few things to increase its chances of it selling in a reasonable time-frame. You also need to be willing to accept non-biased opinions about your home's smell. Sometimes when you live with smells, you become accustomed to them. You ...
01/18/2011
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