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There's something enchanting about Albuquerque. Its adobe architecture, dazzling sunsets, and 300+ days of sunshine per year put all other cities to shame, and its art galleries, museums, shops, restaurants, and once-a-year festivals are known the world over. As New Mexico's largest city, Albuquerque has plenty of experiences to offer both residents and visitors. If you're considering buying a home in Albuquerque, let us introduce you to the city that we love!

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Albuquerque at a Glance

Quick Facts

Population: 558,545
County: Bernalillo
Median Home Value: $205,000

Travel & Commute

Santa Fe: 1 h 4 min
Rio Rancho: 25 min
Major Roads: I-40, I-25

Nearby Attractions

A Lifestyle Like No Other

Shopping & Dining

You'll find no shortage of boutiques, national retailers, and small businesses in Albuquerque. Visit Winrock Cottonwood and ABQ Uptown to find all your favorite brands in one place, or stroll along Central Avenue to find Albuquerque's hidden gems. Don't forget to stop by Palms Trading Company or the Rail Yards Market!

Nothing beats zesty Southwestern cuisine. Albuquerque is known for its spicy foods, often seasoned with chile peppers, and the city even hosts the Fiery Foods & Barbecue Show to celebrate all of our distinct flavors. When you live in Albuquerque, the only thing you'll need to decide is which pepper you prefer: red or green?

Arts & Culture

Albuquerque is a haven for art-lovers everywhere. Between the theaters and art galleries, the city offers no shortage of fine arts performances, art shows, and intriguing collections created by local artists. Make sure you stop by the Albuquerque Little Theater, KiMo Theatre, The Adobe Theater and the Outpost Performance Space.

Old Town Albuquerque is a must-visit for anyone, whether a visitor or a local. This historic district is home to the oldest building in the city, a myriad of historic adobe buildings, and plenty of shops and restaurants. You'll also find Albuquerque's New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science, and the National Hispanic Cultural Center.

Recreation

If you crave an outdoor adventure away from the city, you don't have to venture far from Albuquerque—there are hundreds of hiking & biking trails within your reach. Retreat to the Rio Grande Nature Center (where you can travel the Paseo Del Bosque Trail), marvel at the carvings sprinkled throughout the Petroglyph National Monument, or soak in the majestic New Mexico scenery from atop Sandia Peak.

Nightlife

Day or night, you'll never run out of things to do in Albuquerque. Bars, breweries, casinos, and music venues fill the city for endless nighttime entertainment. Dance the night away at The Dirty Bourbon, beat the high score on dozens of arcade games at Sister Bar, enjoy Albuquerque's craft beer scene at Marble Brewery, or take in live music at Albuquerque's premiere dueling piano bar, Uptown Funk. There are plenty of ways to get out and soak up the city lifestyle! 

Destinations & Landmarks

Every Albuquerque resident needs to experience the city's tourist hotspots at least once. Take a shortcut up the mountain on the Sandia Peak Tramway, attend the world-famous Balloon Fiesta, travel the world at the ABQ BioPark Zoo and Botanical Gardens, and venture downtown for all the shopping, dining, and entertainment you crave.

And it doesn't stop there—Albuquerque has no shortage of postcard-worthy scenery! Spend a week as a tourist and snap a few photos of Old Town Albuquerque, the Sandia Mountains, Nob Hill, and New Mexico's enchanting desert landscapes.

Make Your Move to Albuquerque

Albuquerque is more than the sum of its parts. Living in this enchanting city means you'll have memories and experiences to last a lifetime. If you're interested in buying a home in Albuquerque, then the Feil Team is here to help. Explore our guides to the area, browse our resources for buyers, and narrow down your options with out home search tool.

Have any questions or ready to get started? Just give us a call! 

Neighborhoods

Albuquerque Country Club has a beautiful golf course
$75,000 – $900,000
8005,000 sqft
High Desert is a stone's throw from the Sandia Mountains
$340,000 – $1,800,000
1,8009,000 sqft
Ridgecrest boasts several grassy parks
$185,000 – $735,000
1,2504,100 sqft
North Valley is home to the International Balloon Fiesta grounds
$80,000 – $1,000,000
7505,200 sqft
This community surrounds the University of New Mexico
$150,000 – $985,000
8445,759 sqft

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