• Ever wonder why that house next door hasn't sold in months and months?
  • I agree,it's dangerous, but it isn't exactly novel.  I think this kind of thing happens in a lot of third-world countries, so why not in NM?
  • UNM IS following the law.  Steve Pearce REALLY needs to unhitch his wagon from extremist Marsha Blackburn.  By the way, Blackburn's witch hunt is wasting a TON of taxpayer money.
  • So what is the street value of the blood and body of Jesus these days?  I always wonder if thieves who steal from churches ever fear being struck by lightning?
  • Awwwww.  We'll miss you, Tommy.  

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Comment by Debby S on April 20, 2017 at 8:17am

Pacific Ocean pollution (of all kinds) is killing so much seal and sea lion food that they're starving (babies observed trying to eat rocks). Maybe the RGZoo can rescue some of those and nurse them back to health, using local grown food if possible! I'm sure Zoo would get a lot more donations if they were to announce they would try this...

Comment by ramon t on April 20, 2017 at 9:32am

Re Real Estate article.  The median selling price for a home in Albuquerque is $187,500.  I bet that changes those number a bit.  

Also, if you have a house next door that hasn't sold in months and months there are issues or it is overpriced.  Average days on the market for a home in Albuquerque last month was 54.

http://www.gaar.com/market-statistics/monthly/march-2017-market-sta...

Comment by once banned twice shy on April 20, 2017 at 11:44am

Yeah, ramon, it seems there is discrepancy between the amount that Trulia used and what the realtors use. And yes, the house next to me that has been on the market for 8 months IS overpriced and there are issues in that they did an ugly add-on that made no sense other than for the owners.  But I was being a little silly....

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