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  • Albuquerque

    Founded in 1706, Albuquerque offers a rich history inherting Native American, Spanish, Latino, and Anglo traditions. Framed by the Sandia Mountains to the east and a beautiful mesa to the…

  • Bernalillo

    With a population of just over 8,300, Bernalillo lies to the north of Albuquerque on I-25 and is the county seat of SandovalCounty. Residents enjoy an easy commute to both…

  • Cedar Crest

    Nestled along Highway 14 on the east side of the Sandias, Cedar Crest is a welcoming EastMountain retreat mere minutes from Albuquerque! With population in 2010 just under 1,000, this…

  • Corrales

    Enjoy renowned Southwestern charm just minutes away from the bustle of Albuquerque! The Village of Corrales is framed by the Rio Grande and Sandia Indian Reservation to the east, Rio…

  • Edgewood

    Covering over 44 square miles just east of Albuquerque, Edgewood incorporated in 1999 and is situated in 3 New Mexico counties – Santa Fe, Torrance and Bernalillo. With a growing…

  • Los Lunas

    The Village of Los Lunas was incorporated in 1928 and is the county seat of ValenciaCounty. Nestled in the valley just south of Albuquerque, Los Lunas is east of Interstate…

  • Los Ranchos de Albuquerque

    Settled in 1750 and incorporated in 1958, the Village of Los Ranchos de Albuquerque has a population of about 5,000. An interesting aspect of real estate in the Village is…

  • Moriarty

    Located just a half hour east of Albuquerque, Moriarty is another New Mexico town on historic Route 66 that’s enjoying new commercial and business development. At the crossroads of I-25…

  • Rio Rancho

    Just northwest of Albuquerque, Rio Rancho is the third largest city in New Mexico…and it’s just in it’s 30s! Founded in the 1960s on 55,000 acres of land, the City…

  • Sandia Park

    Nestled in the Sandias at just over 7,000, SandiaPark offers mountain living just a short drive to the east of Albuquerque. SandiaPark Attractions From rock climbing to horseback riding, there’s…

  • Tijeras

    The Village of Tijeras was incorporated in 1973. Populated since the 1200s, this community at the base of the Sandias is rich in culture. With quick access to Albuquerque on…

  • East Mountains

    Comprised of Tijeras, Cedar Crest, SandiaPark, and Edgewod, the “EastMountains” offer a mountain and high desert rural setting just a short drive east out of Albuquerque on Interstate 40. East…

  • Placitas

    Located in SandovalCounty just north of Albuquerque, Placitas offers exceptional Southwestern style in the foothills of the Sandias. Close to everything, Placitas’ quiet charm lets residents feel miles away from…