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New Mexico Overview

New Mexico
Population 2 million
Capital Santa Fe
Largest Cities Albuquerque, Las Cruces, Rio Rancho, Santa Fe, Roswell
Topography Forests, mountains
Climate Semi-arid, temperate
Time Zone Mountain Time/GMT -7
Lifestyles Arts and entertainment, mountains, scenic, skiing
Important Annual Events October: Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. October: Santa Fe Film Festival.
Popular Real Estate Locations Santa Fe / Taos

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New Mexico

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The mountains and deserts of New Mexico provide beautiful scenery that has attracted artists for years. New Mexico’s cuisine and architecture are heavily influenced by the state’s Hispanic and Native American heritage. New Mexico is sometimes called the “Land of Enchantment.”

Santa Fe is a large city that was ranked number one for quality of life in a survey of its residents. Taos is a smaller resort village with a large historic pueblo site. Both towns have strong arts communities and provide easy access to ski resorts with expert trails and après-ski lounges. Other popular activities include hiking and whitewater rafting.

New Mexico real estate includes planned and gated communities with stunning views of the desert landscape, ski resort properties, and more. Energy-efficient homes made of adobe, which is a building material made of sand, clay, water, and fibrous materials, are specialties in Santa Fe and Taos. 

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