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Spring has officially arrived in Santa Fe and we're excited to get out and enjoy all that April has to offer. There are shows to see, classes to take and the beauty of Santa Fe to enjoy! Here is a list of a few of our event picks for April, what exciting things are on your calendar this month?

Springprov
Apr 2, 2019, 7pm | Warehouse 21
1614 Paseo De Peralta, Santa Fe, NM 87501
A trio of improv teams present a completely unscripted and unrehearsed show using words given to them by the audience. We’d tell you more, but we don’t know what they’ll do yet! Event is 18 and over, tickets are $15.

Payne's Free Spring Workshops
Saturday's at 11 am | Payne's Nursery
Ready to get to planting but not sure where to start? Join Payne's Nursery every Saturday

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 March Flowers Santa Fe

Signs of spring are starting to show in Santa Fe, but winter is still very much making its presence known. The weather can’t always make up its mind in March, but we’ve got cabin fever, and we’re ready to venture out! The Santa Fe March calendar of events varies wildly.  Whether you want to stay cozy inside enjoying a delicious meal or be dancing outside in the snow with a pint in hand, March has something for you.

Santa Fe Restaurant Week 2019

February 22nd through March 3rd  | Various Locations
Now in its 10th year, Santa Fe Restaurant Week features 10 days of dining deals extending through the first weekend of March! Delicious three-course, prix-fixe dinners are priced at just $15, $25, $35, and $45, depending on the restaurant. Many

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Friends,

 

Every year the Santa Fe Reporter completes a survey of the "Best Of" in Santa Fe.  I reference this manual regularly throughout the year, it is a wealth of information.  The magazine has just released its survey for nominations - so please input your favourites!  

I will ask that you vote for Santa Fe Properties as the best real estate firm. Santa Fe Properties won "best of" in 2006 and every year through 2015! Sadly we lost the top spot in 2016, the category was removed in 2017 and came in second in 2018. We are going to win back the title this year! Help us make that happen!

 

Nominate here:

https://www.sfreporter.com/bosf/#/referrals/c3d3da43-8a57-4295-839f-a0e50eed63ed

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I was honoured to receive this feedback today!

"From November 2018 through January 2019, Elle Seybold represented me as the selling agent in the sale of what had been my sister’s home in Santa Fe, NM. As I reside on the east coast and with my own local business and family responsibilities, it wasn’t possible for me to come out and stay in Santa Fe to oversee the physical preparation or any of the inspections or repairs that would be necessary to facilitate the sale. Although Elle cautioned me that a typical home sale can often take as long as 6 months from the date it lists, on the day it was listed the first couple that came to view the property agreed to purchase at the asking price! I believe that this was due, in large part to Elle’s thorough

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I'm delighted to announce that my Santa Fe Properties team, Peter Ferrara, Tom Abrams, and I have partnered with award winning builder Arete Homes to bring beautiful, new-build, quality homes to Santa Fe.  Arete Homes has an inventory of completed new homes that are move-in ready, and several new floor plans under construction. Arete Homes gives you the experience of personalizing your home, without the custom-home price. Signature features of every Arete Home is quality, with energy efficiency and optional upgraded finishes. Robert Gibbs has planned and built 17 residential communities with over 1,200 total new homes in the City and County of Santa Fe since 1994.  

We have lots of stunning inventory to choose from.  Please visit our models at

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Do you need a home for your horse? Look no further!

 

Board your horse at the Roy-El Farm centrally located in the beautiful Espanola Valley, an easy 30-minute drive from Santa Fe or Los Alamos, and only 45 minutes from Taos.

 

We have indoor and outdoor options, as well as indoor/outdoor combination paddocks.  Pastures are available for turn-out.  The facilities include both an indoor and an outdoor riding arena, a dressage court, 50’ round pen, tack room space, wash rack, heated washroom and heated lounge for relaxing.

 

Board is $425.00 per month and includes feeding twice per day as well as waste removal.  The Ranch Manager lives on site and we have ample trailer parking and turn around.

 

Basic health requirements must

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Cold weather is upon us, and fireplaces are lighting up.  But do you have the right firewood to burn?

Any homeowner who regularly uses his or her fireplace in the winter months knows that dry, aged wood produces the best results for the ideal fire.  It burns better, produces more heat and produces less creosote build-up in your fireplace than green wood.  Green wood is hard to light and difficult to keep burning, it tends to smoulder and not burn consistently because it retains water.  You can usually tell the difference between older vs. green wood with a simple inspection.  Aged wood tends to have greyish bark and, on the inside, is dry and white, usually lighter than on the outside.  Young wood, instead, appears similar in colour throughout.  Aged

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