East Mountain area is my home. I love living in the
mountains, and I'm sure you will too, so that's why
I chose to specialize in selling homes here.
can be so stressful and overwhelming. I KNOW! Before I moved
here in 1998, I had to move nine times in six years.
Please give me the opportunity to make your next move as
possible. Just call me the STRESS BUSTER!
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Buying a New Mexico
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Selling a New Mexico home?
My goal is to help you realize the
best price possible for your property in the shortest period of time.
The following suggestions require
a minimum of time and expense to complete and are designed to make
your New Mexico home stand out above the competition.
It is imperative to make a GREAT first impression! How long do
you think it takes a buyer to develop their first impression of
your property? 15 seconds!
Find out more on our New
Mexico home sellers section.
Why I became a Real Estate Agent
Perceptive people told me for years to delve into the world of real estate. I moved to Albuquerque,
New Mexico the first time in 1995. I was a Sales Manager for a company based out of Fort Worth, Texas.
I lived in Albuquerque, New Mexico for two and a half years, and was two weeks away from being relocated;
when I was introduced to the most magnificent gentleman I had ever had the pleasure of meeting. Stan
Schug and I had a 15-month long distance relationship before he convinced me to marry him, find a
new vocation, and move into the mountains just east of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
I was marketing vacation ownership in Santa
Fe, New Mexico, a position for which obtaining my New Mexico Real Estate License was
mandatory. My office in Santa Fe, New Mexico, was 60 miles from home and I drove back
and forth for over two years, when one of Stan’s best friends Neil Schuit introduced me to Pam, a Real Estate Agent. She was so kind, so sold on real estate, that I decided to go for it. I absolutely
love being in Real Estate!
If you have any questions about New Mexico property, no matter which
company has it listed, I can help, so call me at 505-264-3005 or send
me an email.
-- Kara Schug
Your New Mexico Realtor®
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Things to do in Albuquerque
Biological Park: Visit the
Albuquerque Aquarium, the Rio Grande Botanic Garden, and the Rio
International Balloon Fiesta:
Held annually during the
first week in October, this event is the largest of its kind
in the world.
The world's longest
aerial tramway lifts you to the breathtaking top of Sandia Peak.
More Things to do in Albuquerque
Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science
The National Atomic Museum
Petroglyph National Monument
San Felipe Casino
Santa Ana Star Casino