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Albuquerque is located in Bernalillo County, situated in the central part of New Mexico. The Sandia Mountains run along the eastern side of the city and the Rio Grande flows through the city north to south. Albuquerques' climate is usually sunny and dry with little to no rainfall. Albuquerque is home to the University of New Mexico (UNM) and Kirtland Air Force Base and is geographically divided into four quadrants; the northeast, northwest, southeast, and southwest quadrants. The Northeast area is geographically the largest area in Albuquerque and is the site of some of the most affluent neighborhoods in the city which include Sandia Heights, the Los Lomas-Roma neighborhood, the Neatherwood Park neighborhood, the Academy Hills neighborhood, and the homes east of Tramway Blvd. The University of New Mexico is also located in this region. The Northwest district is the location of historic Albuquerque Old Town. The Southeast quadrant has many upscale and newly developed neighborhoods and the Southwest quadrant is known as the “South Valley” because it is rich in agriculture and rural areas. Albuquerque offers a variety of housing options in a wide selection of neighborhoods. Many of the neighborhoods offer single family homes, detached homes, town houses, and condominiums. The current average sale price for a single family home is $200,000.


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2010 Census Data Albuquerque Bernalillo County New Mexico United States
Population 545,852 662,564 2,059,179 308,745,538
Land area in square miles 188 1,161 121,298 3,531,907
People per sq. mi. 2,903 570 16 87
Median Age 35 36 37 38
2010 Real Estate Market Data Albuquerque Bernalillo County New Mexico United States
Total Housing Units 239,166 284,234 901,388 131,704,730
Owner Occupied 57% 59% 60% 58%
Rental Units 37% 34% 28% 31%
Vacant Units 6% 7% 12% 11%
 
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Albuquerque Neighborhoods

Alamosa, Alban Hills, Alta Monte, Amberglen, Antelope Run, Arroyo Del Oso North, Barelas, Bear Canyon, Bel-Air, Big Bend, Candelmen, Chelwood Vista, Cherry Hills, Cielito Lindo, Conchas Park, Coors Trail, Cottonwood Heights, Countrywood, Del Norte, Eagle Pointe, Eisenhower Area, Elder Homestead, Eldorado Heights, Embudo Canyon, Fair Heights, Fair West, Foothills, Four Hills, Gavilan Addn, Glenwood Hills, Greater Gardner, Hodgin, Hoffmantown, Holiday Park, Huning Castle, Indian Moon, Inez, Jackson Area, Jerry Cline Park, John B. Robert, Kachina Hills, Keystone, La Cueva Village, La Luz, La Mesa, La Sala Grande, Ladera West, Las Lomitas, Las Terrazas, Laurelwood, Lee Acres, Loma Del Norte, Los Alamos, Los Altos Civic, Los Duranes, Los Griegos, Los Jardines , Los Poblanos, Los Volcanes, Martineztown, Mckinley, Mesa Village, Midtown, Mirabela, Mirabella, Monkbridge Gardens, Mossman, Mountain View, Nob Hill, Nor Este, Onate, Oso Grande, Oxbrow, Parkland Hills, Pat Hurley, Piedras Marcadas, Plaza Vieja, Pleasant View, Primrose Point, Princess Jeanne, Prospectors Ridge, Quail Ridge, Quail Springs, Quaker Heights, Quintessance, Rancho Sereno, Richland Hills, Rio Rancho, San Antonio, San Jose, San Pedro Paako, Sandia, Sandia Heights, Sandia Ridge, Saragossa, Sawmill Area, Se Heights, Seven Bar, hadow Hills, Siesta Hills, Silver Hill, Singing Arrow, Skies West, Snow Heights, Sombra Del Monte, Sonora, Stinson Tower, Stonebridge Park, Story Rock, Stronghurst Imp, Supper Rock, Sycamore, Tanoan, Taylor Ranch, The Bosque, Thomas Village, Tierra Oeste, Trumbull Village, Tuscany, Valley Gardens, Vecinos Del Bosque, Ventana Ranch, Victory Hills, Villa De Paza, Vineyard Estates, Vista Del Mundo, Vista Del Norte, Vista Grande, Vista Magnifica, Vista Montecito, Vista Sandia, Volcano Cliffs, War Zone, Wells Park, Wildflower Area, Willow Wood, Winrock South, Winterwood Park, Yale Village, Zuni


Albuquerque real estate information:

Albuquerque was the sixth fastest growing city in the U.S., according to CNN and the US Census Bureau in 2007. It now has over half a million residents.

Among Albuquerque's top rankings are: #1 Best City for Business and Careers, Forbes, 2006. According to Forbes, Albuquerque has the lowest business cost in the country, an educated population and rising household incomes. The city was ranked #5 in 2005; #3 of the 50 Smart Places to live in the country. The ranking was based on average home price, reasonable cost of living, great quality of life and access to health care. Kiplinger magazine, 2006; #10 Smartest City, based on an analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data done by Bizjournals.com. The study studied the education levels of adults in thousands of communities; Top 5 Dog Friendly City, Men's Health magazine, 2007; #4 Best American City for Movie Making, MovieMaker magazine, citing the city's sunny climate, the state's film incentives and Albuquerque Studios and its eight sound stages as major factors; Third Best City for Hispanics, Hispanic Magazine, 2006; In 2006, Orbitz "Insider Staff Picks" picked Albuquerque as one of five outstanding "must see" locations over the five years. What they especially liked is the rising variety of world class resorts, the International Balloon Fiesta, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, and Old Town; and #8 Best City for Relocating Families in a joint study by Worldwide ERC and Primacy Relocation in 2006. The study considered commuting, taxes, housing and living costs, temporary housing and storage, support for multi-generational families, and climate.

Did You Know? Albuquerque has one of the highest elevations of any major city in the country, reaching over 6,700 feet above sea level in some areas.



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