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Commercial and residential real estate developments in the Albuquerque metro

The Kadampa Meditation Center New Mexico plans to renovate the former American Red Cross office building at 142 Monroe NE into the Buddhist urban temple shown here. 
(Courtesy of Thomas Gifford Architect)

Meditation center coming to East Nob Hill

By Richard Metcalf / Journal Staff Writer

The Kadampa Meditation Center New Mexico is holding a public groundbreaking ceremony today at 6 p.m. to kick off the… more »

Foreclosure signs and their associated proceedings are becoming much less common throughout the Albuquerque metro area.  (Journal File)

Foreclosure task force makes recommendations

By Richard Metcalf / Journal Staff Writer

Better communication between lender and homeowner is a theme in recommendations by the Foreclosure Process Task Force to fix the… more »

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NM home sales pick up in October

By Richard Metcalf / Journal Staff Writer

Home sales showed some tailwind throughout New Mexico in October, making up for slow months earlier in the year, according… more »

CBRE in growth mode

By Richard Metcalf / Journal Staff Writer

CBRE, a Fortune 500 company and one of Albuquerque’s busiest full-service commercial real estate services firms, is swallowing up one… more »

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ABQ building permits jump in July

By Richard Metcalf / Journal Staff Writer

Permits issued for 174 single-family homes last month, a 26 percent jump from July 2013

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All-Cash Home Sales

By Richard Metcalf / Journal Staff Writer

Albuquerque ranked 44 out of the 100 largest metros for having the highest percentage of all-cash home purchases

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ABQ metro home building hits a modest high

By Richard Metcalf / Journal Staff Writer

Building permits were issued for 193 new homes during the month, the most since 196 in August 2008

This 2007 file photo from NMSU showed a tornado near White Sands Missile Range.

Disaster risk in New Mexico

By Richard Metcalf / Journal Staff Writer

Historical data show vast swaths of eastern New Mexico remain at a “very low risk” rating for the big three… more »

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