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It depends on the price point and the seller willingness to prepare the home properly and marketing plan of the broker. It is a good market to have a home to sell in although. 87508 is one of my favorites and am always a bit relieved when the listing falls inside of this zip code area. Most homes in this area are close to great expansive views and good schools too. This all helps me to market and move a property in the shortest amount of time and challenge. As other brokers anwering this question have said too, price and condition of the home is key. Hope this helps! MJM
Hello, I would say it is best to go straight to a good local (NM) lender to sit down and look at the big picture. When you begin to talk to the lenders, remember to do as much shopping as you would like for different lending situations until you find what you want or decide to wait. The rule of thumb for shopping though is try to prepare, and do it all at once withing a short period of time, so you only get on "hit" on your credit report. When you shop multiple people accessing your credit report the system only counts your shopping as one "ding" so prepare and the shop. Hope this helps! (And hope you are enjoying the great NM weather right now!)
Hi Cindy you may want to talk to your Realtor, and go over a full client detail report with him/her to be sure the data is in the system as you are expecting it, and that there are no typos in such things as, say the zip code. That can throw your search off. Happy Thursday and hope you are enjoying this awesome New Mexico weather. Matthew Moody
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