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Popular Nob Hill café-coffee shop has new owners

Albuquerque Business First By Damon Scott Reporter A married couple with experience in restaurants and baking has purchased a popular Albuquerque Nob Hill café-coffee shop. Bill and Brenda Ennis recently acquired Limonata Italian Street Food Caffe — located at 3222 Silver Ave. SW — from Maxime and Daniela Bouneou. The Bouneous are the co-owners of […]

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Our Valentine to New Mexico and Our Past Clients

New Mexico’s small business owners bring their talents and creativity to making New Mexico the Land of Enchantment.  And in this season, the Land of Romance. Over the years, we have sold some of New Mexico’s best-known brands, including those pictured here.  Looking to make a memorable impression this Valentine’s Day? Click below to open […]

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Things Are Looking Up on Main Street

Small business owners are the most optimistic they’ve been in seven years. This according to a Wells/Fargo Gallup Poll released last Thursday, February 5, 2015. Now at an index of +71, optimism among proprietors of Main Street businesses has increased steadily over the last two quarters. Business owners are feeling good about their current situation […]

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Santa Fe’s Year in Review

The year just passed was a strong year for Sam Goldenberg & Associates. During 2014, we put under contract or sold 13 New Mexico businesses, expanded our staff, and strengthened our presence as the exclusive Sunbelt Business brokerage for the state of New Mexico and southern Colorado. We redesigned this website, as well as launched […]

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The New York Time’s 36 Hours in Santa Fe

The New York Times’ November 26, 2014 “36 Hours in Santa Fe” is a multi-media exploration of the City Different during the off-season. Image courtesy of The New York Times 36 Hours in Santa Fe November 26 2014 by Zora O’Neill In summer, Santa Fe bursts at the seams with arts fairs, opera and other flashy events. […]

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GREENBERG FINE ART HAS NEW OWNERS

Canyon Road’s Newest Neighbors Contribute to Its Entrepreneurial Spirit Santa Fe, NM, October 13, 2014–Paul and Carol Hartsock recently took the helm of Greenberg Fine Art on Canyon Road. The couple looks forward to bringing their special mix of entrepreneurship and culture to the community. Michael Greene, president of Sam Goldenberg & Associates, a Santa […]

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Saturday Spotlight: The East Mountains

Rodeos, Pinto Bean Queens and Drones The East Mountains outside Albuquerque is one of the fastest growing area in New Mexico. Since 2000, the area’s population more than doubled. The convenience of nearby Albuquerque with a country lifestyle explains part of the area’s appeal, but I suspect that the warmth and southwestern hospitality of the […]

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Saturday Spotlight: A Look at Route 66

The famed Chicago-to-Los Angeles Route 66 looms large in American century history. It introduced travelers, Dust Bown refugees, and Beat era drifters to Tucumcari, Albuquerque, Grants and Gallup, New Mexico. While it may no longer be cherished as “America’s Main Street,” the historic route is still New Mexico’s main street in many towns. The most notable […]

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Saturday Spotlight: A Look at Ruidoso, NM

  Welcome to Saturday Spotlight! This series showcases various towns and areas throughout New Mexico to provide a sense of New Mexico’s diversity. New Mexico businesses for sale not only fit your financial objectives but offer a way of life that meets your personal goals.

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Home Sales Rising in Santa Fe County as Median Prices Fall

Photo Credit The Santa Fe New Mexican Low End Market Drives Rise in Santa Fe County Home Sales By Bruce Krasnow The New Mexican | Posted: Wednesday, July 2, 2014 Coleen Dearing describes the first half of 2014 as the “Come to Jesus Market” for Santa Fe home sellers. Buyers who have long delayed putting […]

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