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Logic's real estate advisors know relocations and long-distance moves.  Because of our history in serving Santa Fe, we represent many local corporations' Relocation Departments.  Find out how we can help make your move EASY by clicking here!

We have mortgage and title company services in-house, which makes long-distance relocation much easier for our clients.  Our great relationships with these service providers enable us to expedite the process of buying a home and having needed information at our clients' fingertips.  For questions about our in-house Title and Mortgage services click here.

For a list of resources for relocating, click here.

 A Little About Santa Fe

Perennially named one of the top places to visit in the U.S., Santa Fe is Located 7,000 feet above sea level at the southern end of the Rocky Mountains.  New Mexico’s capital city (the oldest in the nation) offers what few other cities can in one day: skiing in the morning, golf in the afternoon, opera in the evening; Pueblo dances, hunting, fishing; world-class music, museums, and restaurants; a unique mix of Hispanic, Native, and Anglo cultures; hiking and horseback riding, spas and spirituality, and an average of 320 days of sunshine a year. With all the culture of an international city, but with a population of only 80,000, Santa Fe brings its residents the best of both worlds. 

Santa Fe's Unique ARCHITECTURE

Santa Fe's rich cultural and historical background is reflected in its three main architectural styles: Pueblo, Territorial, and Northern New Mexico. The Pueblo style (inspired by the adobe homes common among the various Northern New Mexico Pueblos) is easily visible in the thick-walled adobes whose soft brown colors blend in with the desert environment. These homes typically feature flat roofs with long wooden support beams (vigas), tongue-and-groove ceilings, and kiva fireplaces. The Territorial home borrows from the Greek Revival movement and favors straight lines (such as square columns), a brick coping (or covering) along the tops of the adobe, French doors, and window and door trim. The Northern New Mexico homes stand out because of their pitched metal roofs.