Realty One to move and expand NE Heights office - Albuquerque Journal

Realty One to move and expand NE Heights office

Realty One of New Mexico, which has been in an expansion mode, has signed a lease to relocate and expand its Northeast Heights office to 7441 Alameda NE, the company announced in a news release.

The company’s current northeast location at 4200 Wyoming NE will remain open until the planned move in March 2016 after the new office is built out. The Alameda office will be the base of operations for about 100 agents.

Opened in 2006 by Jessica and Mike Taylor, Realty One currently has more than 175 agents and four locations, including a West Side office at 9674 Eagle Ranch NW, an R1 New Home Finders at Montaño Plaza at Coors and Montaño NW, and a Santa Fe office.

The lease at 7441 Alameda NE was negotiated by Chris Rivera of  Realty One Commercial and Bob Hakim of KW Commercial.


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