We Specialize In These Albuquerque Area Communities

Rio Rancho - Corrales - Placitas - Bernalillo - Tijeras - Sandia Park
Edgewood - Los Lunas - Belen

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Don’t Buy a Home Without a Realtor


You absolutely need a Realtor in your corner if you plan on buying a home. Here are a few reasons why.

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We're starting a new series today: The Six Things to Never Do When Buying a Home. We're covering the first tip today, "which is to never buy a home without a Realtor to help you."

As you know, us Realtors are specialists in our field and we hope you'll call us when you're ready to buy. However, there's no problem with starting your search online.

Once you get an idea of what you like, call us. We'll talk about what you like, what you're looking for, and put together a great list of homes for you. We want to be like your fairy godmother and make your real estate dreams come true.

Once you know what you’re looking for, give us a call.
We can help you navigate the process and make it a great experience for you. It's what we love to do. If you have any questions for us in the meantime, give us a call or send us an email. We look forward to hearing from you.

Red Relief—Helping Those Impacted by Harvey and Irma



The Red Relief program by Keller Williams is dedicated to providing disaster relief to those impacted by Hurricane Harvey and Irma. Find out how you can help today.

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Keller Williams is here to help those impacted by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma.

When it comes to Keller Williams, family is everything.

Our Red Relief program is dedicated to providing disaster relief to every family impacted by these storms.

Hundreds of Keller Williams agents have gone to Texas to help those in Corpus Christi, Houston, Beaumont, and more. More agents are on their way to help families in the path of Hurricane Irma in Florida.

So far, we have seen a tremendous outpouring of love from our volunteers and donors. Rebuilding these areas is going to take more than a couple of weeks, so it’s important that we keep the energy going in the coming months as we help people get back to their normal lives.
Help us provide disaster relief to those impacted by Irma and Harvey.
As we work to rebuild these areas, we could use your help.

Please consider donating to our Red Relief program. Your contributions will help us supply food, water, clothing, and building supplies to these communities.

If you have any questions about KW Cares, the Red Relief program, and our ongoing disaster relief efforts, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We appreciate your support as we work to help others through this difficult time.

How the Fed’s Recent Rate Hike Impacts Our Market



The Fed’s recent rate hike shouldn’t have any significant impact on our market. In fact, it might actually stimulate it.

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On June 14th, the Federal Reserve increased its federal funds interest rate by 0.25%. They’re also widely expected to raise rates once or twice more over the course of 2017. What does this mean for the real estate market?

While any action by the Fed always garners a lot of attention, we believe these increases will not have any significant impact on our market.

First of all, mortgage rates have actually trended lower in the wake of the Fed’s recent announcement. The 30-year mortgage rate recently hit 3.9%, the lowest level in 2017. In fact, it’s a common pattern for the mortgage rate and the Fed rate to move in opposite directions, and the same thing has happened the last two times the Fed raised rates.

Second, the economy continues to do well. The Fed decided to increase its rate because unemployment and inflation are low, household spending is picking up, and we’ve seen steady growth for the past nine years. This is good news for the real estate market. As expected, we continue to see strong demand and a corresponding increase in home prices.

Third, while the Fed’s rate increase is normally meant to cool off the economy, it might actually stimulate it in this case. Because interest rates were so low for such a long period of time, experts believe the recent increases might ease pressure on the financial system and encourage lending.

These increases will not have any significant impact on our market.

Case in point: since the Fed started raising its rate in December 2016, total mortgages are up 2.5% year over year.

In conclusion, while any move by the Fed is likely to lead to a lot of hand-wringing, we believe the real estate market will not be affected and will continue on its own healthy course. Nonetheless, it’s clear that right now is a uniquely good moment for everyone in the real estate market. Today’s low mortgage rates are good for homebuyers because they make homes more affordable.

If you have any questions about our market or you’re thinking of buying or selling a home, give us a call at 877-933-6881 or send us an email at info@welcomehomeabq.com. We'd love to help.