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Areas We Serve

We serve the entire Albuquerque Metro area including Los Lunas & Rio Rancho

Median Housing Price $378,188
Median Days on Market 59

Los Lunas

Median Housing Price $327,200

Median Days on Market 69

Rio Rancho

Median Housing Price $418,437
Median Days on Market 67

Albuquerque is comprised of a colorful array of inhabitants that have contributed to its cultural flare going as far back as the cave dwellers. The 1300’s gave rise to pueblo settlements along the Rio Grande by the ancestors of today’s Native Americans. In the 1500’s, the Spanish arrived which led to unfortunate clashes and conflict. By the 1600’s the Spanish were here to stay and in 1706 Albuquerque was declared “founded” and was named after the Viceroy of new Spain, the Duke of Alburquerque. Supplies were provided to it colonists via El Camino Real. By the 1800’s, Mexico gained its independence from Spain which opened trade with the United States. Albuquerque became a busy hub as traders made their way to and from along the famous Santa Fe Trail. In 1912, New Mexico was officially granted statehood.

The combination of Native American, Spanish, and Mexican influences has historically provided Albuquerque with a unique culture of its own that is present in everyday life. Its reflection can be found in food, music, architecture, local celebrations, artwork, and the performing arts. Albuquerque’s diversity continues to change and grow as more than 70 different ethnicities make their home here and add their own special contributions to the colorful mix.

The Sandia Mountains serve as the backdrop for Albuquerque’s inhabitants now living in modern times. It is a land filled with sunshine and moderate temperatures as it transitions among its four seasons. A ride on the Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway gives witness to its breathtaking grandeur and beauty from over 10,000 ft in elevation. For outdoor enthusiasts it is the place to be. The list of places to go hiking, fishing, biking and many other outdoor activities is endless. The “Duke City,” as it is often called, will continue to grow and expand and provide new opportunities for its people. The cost of living is lower than the national average making housing more affordable. Corporations such as Amazon and Netflix are adding job opportunities as is the movie industry which is flourishing.

The “Duke City” has made its mark as an international destination and is host to the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.

There is always something “going on” in “Burque.” Whether you head to Old Town, or go downtown, or check out Nob Hill, you will always find something to do. Old Town is a charming place to visit with unique and flavorful shops, restaurants, galleries, and cultural performances in the main square. Throughout the city, many restaurants serve New Mexico’s addicting famous red and/or green chili peppers in mouthwatering and tantalizing combinations. Albuquerque’s central location within the state makes other destinations and adventures easily accessible.

Whether you are a local or new to the Albuquerque area, those of us here at Arias Links Realty are ready to commit to you as experts and professionals as you transition into your new acquisition. Whether you are buying or selling property we can help you achieve your goal. Put us to work for you – we will be with you every adventurous step of the way!


We serve the entire Silver City area including Mimbres, & the Mining District

Silver City

Median Housing Price $331,500

Median Days on Market 117


Median Housing Price $295,000

Median Days on Market 218

Mining District including Bayard & Hanover

Median Housing Price $160,750; $445,950

Median Days on Market 87; 178

Silver City is nestled in the foothills of the Pinos Altos at an elevation of 6,000 feet and borders the Continental Divide. It's climate is comfortable with four gentle seasons and was recently selected from an outside source as one of the healthiest places to live and retire. It boasts of art and nature. Annual events include the Chocolate Fantasia, Blues Festival, and Tour of the Gila.  

The Mimbres Valley boasts of natural beauty and a fascinating history. The Valley is home to the Mimbres River, willow trees, deer, elk, bear, lion, hundreds of bird species, orchards, hot springs, simple foods, close families, and good neighbors.

Silver City is at the center of historic mining districts covering several centuries. Turquoise, zinc, gold, silver and copper are many of the natural deposits mined and produced.


*December 2022 Housing Stats from List Reports