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The Albuquerque 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. Moving 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 worry-free as possible. Just call me the STRESS BUSTER!

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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
Albuquerque Biological Park: Visit the Albuquerque Aquarium, the Rio Grande Botanic Garden, and the Rio Grande Zoo.

Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta: Held annually during the first week in October, this event is the largest of its kind in the world.

Sandia Peak: The world's longest aerial tramway lifts you to the breathtaking top of Sandia Peak.

More Things to do in Albuquerque
New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science

The National Atomic Museum

Petroglyph National Monument

San Felipe Casino

Sandia Casino

Santa Ana Star Casino


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