Floorplan for 6817 Nagoya Rd in NorthEast Rio Rancho 87144

Floorplan for 6817 Nagoya Rd in NorthEast Rio Rancho 87144
by Chris Lucas

Welcome to 6817 Nagoya Road NE, in Rio Rancho, NM 87144.  Read More


A Buyer's Home Purchase Guidebook

A Buyer's Home Purchase Guidebook
by Chris Lucas

I've been working with an equal number of buyers & sellers each year. Both types of transactions can be(come) quite complicated. There are upwards of 100+ details to consider in the buying or selling of real estate, & missing just one of them can create challenges. Read More


6817 Nagoya Road NE Drone Orbit Video

6817 Nagoya Road NE Drone Orbit Video
by Chris Lucas

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3-D Walking Tour for 6817 Nagoya Road NE in Rio Rancho

3-D Walking Tour for 6817 Nagoya Road NE in Rio Rancho
by Chris Lucas

6817 Nagoya Road NE, Rio Rancho NM 87144 -- 3-D Walking Tour Below Read More


NorthEast Rio Rancho Drone Views

NorthEast Rio Rancho Drone Views
by Chris Lucas

Sometimes a property has features that a drone might help show. A sweet home in Rio Rancho, off Idalia Road & Camino Encantadas, has a 24-panel photovoltaic array on the roof.  Read More


Views From Architect Antoine Predock's New Urbanist La Luz Community

Views From Architect Antoine Predock's New Urbanist La Luz Community
by Chris Lucas

Views from the historic westside community of La Luz del Oeste are often mesmerizing & forever changing. Sitting on five acres of gardens & greenspaces & touching 40+ acres of forever open space along the Rio Grande Bosque, La Luz is home to 96 adobe townhomes, generally in pods of four, nestled along a hillside. Read More


La Resolana's Del Sol (Twin) Parks

La Resolana's Del Sol (Twin) Parks
by Chris Lucas

The Del Sol Parks are two block-long parks sitting in tandem, seen above, in the middle of La Resolana. Northern New Mexicans use la resolana to mean where the sun shines, or a gathering place, & the Del Sol parks, with their full acre of grasslands each, let the sun in. Being (almost) exactly the same size at 1.4 acres, folks call them the Twin Parks, seen below. Read More