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Opportunities Growing for Albuquerque Residential Property Investors

Local and national companies are building their futures in Albuquerque.

Here are two development projects happening in Albuquerque that should have a big impact on residential real estate and rental property investors:


Netflix has purchased Albuquerque Studios. It's a done deal. Mesa del Sol appears to be the next prime location for home buyers, but in reality there are many neighborhoods close by that have great homes for sale. Think Volterra, Nob Hill, Downtown, EDo, South Valley. According to the Alibi, Netflix is estimating around 750 new jobs for New Mexicans.  Albuquerque is in good company when it comes to exciting cities Netflix has invested in


FedEx Freight has opened a brand new facility on Albuquerque's Westside. FedEx views Albuquerque and New Mexico as an important hub for their routes east-west and north-south. The facility sits on 50 acres and is located at 1 Shamrock Way. Folks living in the Los Volcanes, Ladera, Laurelwoods, and the West Mesa area will have a simple commute to get to work at the new location. Bernalillo County County Commissioner Debbie O'Malley had this to say to Albuquerque Business First about FedEx:

...FedEx Freight opening its new facility will result in 500 direct and indirect jobs and emphasized the importance of available jobs on the Westside.

Everyone at Tyson Properties loves seeing our community grow.

Call us at 505-323-2104 to find out more about purchasing Albuquerque and Rio Rancho investment properties.


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Are You Cut Out to Be a New Mexico Landlord?

If you own a residential investment property in Albuquerque or Rio Rancho, following up on repair issues, late rent payments, and HOA violations may not be your favorite thing to do. Being a responsive landlord may sound easy on paper, but the actual doing can be overwhelming even for an active business-oriented person.

Successfully managing your own rental property requires more than making the mortgage payments on time. You'll also need to have other skills and information to get the income you intended, including:

  • Ability to collect rental payments in a timely manner

  • Attracting high-quality applicants using a process that follows government guidelines

  • Knowledge of and compliance with state and federal laws governing the home rental market

  • Staying informed about the current rental market so you can successfully increase rental rates

  • Gathering the proper information about following the eviction process

  • Having the wherewithal to handle emergency calls at all hours

  • Securing timely property repairs and maintenance services

You Can Enjoy Rental Ownership

Real estate on the westside of Albuquerque, NM is a great income investment, and our Albuquerque rental property managers are licensed to handle the leasing and management process for single-family homes. We're here to help you get your home rent ready, so it attracts potential tenants right away. We'll advise you about making updates to your property, respond to repairs and emergencies so you don't have to, and help you find tenants who pay their rent on time.

As a top property management company in Albuquerque for more than 21 years, we've helped hundreds of homeowners get the most from their real estate investments. Contact us at 505-323-2104 to speak to a knowledgeable property manager about the home you want to put on the rental market.

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Is It Okay to Water My Lawn Today?

Here's a statistic that needs to change: Forty percent of Albuquerque’s water is used to water lawns and gardens.

Conservation and preservation are top priorities for the Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority. Like many other communities across the U.S., the ABCWUA uses a water by the numbers schedule to meet their commitment.

Here’s how the plan works:

Albuquerque's Water by the Numbers program is designed to put its citizens in charge.  You pick your own days to water, and irrigate your landscape:


Spray irrigation is NOT allowed between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. from April 1-Oct. 31 and is considered water waste. 

You Can Help Identify Water Waste

Whether you spot water waste on your block, in your neighborhood, or elsewhere in the city and county, ABCWUA wants to know about it. Make sure you know what the definition of water waste is before alerting authorities. Learn about water waste.

Here’s where and how you can make your observations known: Report Water Waste.

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