Santa Fe, New Mexico Sees Increases in Out-of-State Homebuyers

Santa Fe, NM, Feb. 07, 2018 — Santa Fe, New Mexico is well known for its world-class art and culture, unique festivals and gatherings, and great climate. As such, it is not only a top-rated vacation destination, but has also become a great location for out-of-state homebuyers. According to the Santa Fe County Assessor’s Office, over 14 percent of homebuyers in Santa Fe are out of state, a number that has seen steady increases since the recession ended.

“The City Different, as Santa Fe is called, is full of charm—so much so that many are opting to buy a second or third home in our beautiful and unique city,” said Christina Genuario-Gill, General Manager at Inn on the Alameda. “Santa Fe is a vibrant city with much to offer, and it’s no wonder that people from all across the country are wanting to call it home.”

To make the home buying experience easier, Inn on the Alameda, located in the heart of Santa Fe, is offering a 10 percent discount for people spending time shopping for a home.

“As our way to welcome prospective buyers to the Santa Fe area, we’re offering a discount, so you can save a little money while deciding whether or not to call Santa Fe home,” she added.

The Inn offers single or double occupancy rooms, and their all-inclusive stay includes the Inn’s “breakfast of enchantment” every morning, complimentary afternoon wine-and-cheese receptions, and complimentary on-site parking. Additionally, the Agoyo Lounge menu includes options to accommodate vegetarian, vegan, gluten free and paleo diets.

For more information on the out of state home buyer discount or to book your trip to Santa Fe, visit http://innonthealameda.com/ or call (800) 289-2122.

About Inn on the Alameda: Celebrating over 30 years of a “Culture of Care,” Inn on the Alameda is nestled in the heart of Santa Fe and provides guest with an intimate, personalized stay. Far from ordinary and unlike many chain hotels, stays at the Inn are all-inclusive, feature complimentary wine and cheese happy hours in the afternoon and provide a personal touch—with everything from customized menus to customized group plans. They specialize in small weddings, meetings and group stays, and special arts, culture and historical events.


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Joanie Griffin
Inn on the Alameda

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