The Housing Trust is working with local businesses to educate the public on affordable housing programs for first-time homebuyers.
Serving the Community with Partnership
For some first-time homebuyers, a home of their own may seem like just a dream. But the saying "teamwork makes the dream work" can make all the difference. Recently, the Housing Trust teamed up with Santa Fe Properties, the Santa Fe Place Mall, and Legacy Mortgage to educate the public on available programs for affordable housing.
The Housing Trust has affordable housing programs designed to help first-time homebuyers in Santa Fe County. However, as a nonprofit with a limited budget, the Housing Trust has to make each dollar count which means marketing these programs can be…
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Santa Fe Properties would like to congratulate our 2018 Top Producing Associate Brokers. On Thursday, March 28th Santa Fe Properties brokers and staff came together to celebrate and share stories from another great year.
Congratulations to our 2018 Top Producers…
Deborah Bodelson & Cary Spier
Sue Garfitt & Fred Raznick
Philip Vanderwolk & Susan Loomis
Award for Most Closed Referrals: Philip Vanderwolk & Susan Loomis
Bobby Lee Trujillo & Renee Brooks
Award for Most Listings/Closings: James Congdon
Not Pictured: Brett Hultberg & Danielle Burgess, Gavin Sayers, Lisa…
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Santa Fe Properties would like to recognize Sue Garfitt, winner of The National Association of Realtors Good Neighbor Award. This award recognizes Realtors who have made a tremendous impact through volunteering and community outreach. Sue has been working with the Eldorado 285 Recycling Group to promote recycling to address the important issue of global warming. She has been working for over two years clocking in over 600 hours of community service. Santa Fe Properties would like to congratulate Sue for her amazing work and for bettering our community.
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Santa Fe residents enjoy a seemingly endless wellspring of amazing places to eat, culture to enjoy and nature to explore. But what would you do if you only had 24 hours in The City Different? We asked Santa Fe Properties' associate brokers to boil it down to the perfect Santa Fe day.
Shop Eldorado’s Friday night Farmers Market, and then whisk away to the nearby Galisteo Basin Preserve to view the dazzling star-studded night skies with friends.
Breakfast at Tia Sophia’s followed by a stroll downtown to view the jewelry for sale outside of The Plaza at Palace of the Governors. Then on to lunch at Tomasita’s for chicken enchiladas Christmas, with an afternoon soaking at Ten Thousand Waves before catching a…
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