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Where Does Albuquerque Stand in Regards to Real Estate Investing?

Albuquerque is one of the Best Cities for Property Investors – and We’ve Got Proof

Take a look at the interesting infographic from All Property Management. We weren’t surprised to see Albuquerque listed so high (#3!) in the Top 10 U.S. cities to make a profit with rental properties. Albuquerque is a great place to live, work, and as the research shows, it’s also a great place to make money owning rental property.

So what makes Albuquerque such a great place rent? As quoted in the article, our very own Steve Reeves shares his experienced insight:

“People are moving into Albuquerque frequently for jobs – we are in a huge market for government and government-related job opportunities. We also notice Lovelace Health Systems and Presbyterian Health are expanding and adding new jobs all the time.”

“Albuquerque is a bit transitional for a lot of people, so many choose to rent a property versus buying unless they know they will be here for three or more years. Homes haven’t appreciated to pre-recession pricing, so owners are opting to rent out their homes and wait to sell until the market fully rebounds.”

Just like any investment, your property should be professionally managed by an expert who knows the local market, the legal requirements and has the experience and resources to maximize the return on your investment. Here at Real Property Management Albuquerque, we manage your property like a business, because that’s what it is.

Please give us a call at 505-926-1722 to learn more about our property management services, and see the difference a REAL property management company makes when handling your valuable Albuquerque rental property. We look forward to helping you make the most of your investment.

Albuquerque Property Management Rental Property infographic

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