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Whew! We made it to 2018. Did it seem like 2017 went on forever? Or did your year go by too fast? Are you discouraged that you didn’t achieve...

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As many of you know, the even numbered years result in a 30-day Legislative Session for the State of New Mexico. Additionally, it means that only...

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In this month's issue: Details about our beneficiary for the AANM Charity Gala from the President of the Board. 2018 Budget Guide Upcoming...

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Mortgage Finance Authority has proposed a mandatory policy for any property who receives Low Income Housing Tax Credits to go smoke-free. This means...

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Reference the information shared at the 2017 Annual Apartment Market Outlook. Click Here Article from Albuquerque Business First Pictures from...

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Included in this month's issue: News from the President of AANM Board of Directors 2018 Budget Guide! <<<New member benefit! Reminder...

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"On August 23rd, 2017 Ed Murray, the Mayor of the City of Seattle, signed into law an ordinance restricting the use of criminal background...

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U.S. Apartment Market After a stagnant first quarter performance, most metro markets saw modest rent growth and stabilized vacancy rates in the...

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Apartment Upgrades July 24, 2017By Les Shaver Adding these features can increase retention and raise rents. Value-add is hot. At this point...

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June eNewswire highlights include: ABQ needs over 8,897 Nerw Apartments: An aging population, international immigration and fewer home purchases...

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Albuquerque Area Needs 8,897 New Apartments by 2030 to Keep Pace with Demand Growth is Due to Aging Population, Immigration, Declining Home...

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Last time, I told you a bit about our growing pains. Well, the pains continue. Trying to hire more employees and the right people, making sure...

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