Top Small Teams in Albuquerque, New Mexico – Ranked By Volume

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Rank – City VolumeTeam NameCompanyLocationVolumeProfile
1ABQ DREAM HOME BY VERONICA GONZALESKeller Williams Realty AlbuquerqueAlbuquerque, NM$44,336,641View Profile
2The Jan Demay TeamColdwell Banker LegacyAlbuquerque, NM$41,622,500View Profile
3THE SHAFFER GROUPKeller Williams Realty AlbuquerqueAlbuquerque, NM$32,253,188View Profile
4Greg Lobberegt TeamColdwell Banker LegacyAlbuquerque, NM$32,071,474View Profile
5The Nancy Bashore TeamRE/MAX AllianceAlbuquerque, NM$28,554,620View Profile
6Millennium Properties Team LLCeXp Realty, LLCAlbuquerque, NM$27,270,482View Profile
7Sauder TeamColdwell Banker LegacyAlbuquerque, NM$24,641,631View Profile
8The Long GroupColdwell Banker LegacyAlbuquerque, NM$24,178,526View Profile

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2022 Market Summary

Albuquerque, New Mexico started 2022 with a total of 273 single-family homes on the market, with a median home price of $400,000 and an average price per square foot of $197. By the end of the year, inventory had increased to 614 homes on the market (+124%), with a median home price of $385,000 (-3%) and an average price per square foot of $209 (+6%).

At the start of 2022, the median days on market (DOM) was 35 days – by the end of the year, median DOM had increased to 56 days.

Albuquerque started the year with 27% of homes taking a price cut (for reference, 35% is the national average for price reductions in a ‘normal’ year.) By the end of the year, about 45% of Albuquerque homes for sale had taken a price cut.

Finally, Altos’ proprietary Market Action Index (MAI) shows that Albuquerque started 2022 as a strong seller’s market, with an MAI score of 76; by the end of the year, the MAI had dropped to 42 – a slight seller’s advantage.

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Albuquerque News

Biden administration looks to cut water allotments from Colorado River in migration hotspots 

Apr 12, 2023By

Homeowners in pandemic boomtowns like Phoenix and Salt Lake City will need to cut back water usage or risk the Colorado River running dry.