Albuquerque was recently ranked America’s ninth most affordable city by Move.org. The comparison of 75 major U.S. cities considered the following factors: Rent for a 1-bedroom apartment Utilities (electricity, water, etc.) Internet Gasoline Food (groceries plus occasional restaurant meals Rounding out the top ten were El Paso, TX; Lincoln, NE; Toldeo, OH; Wichita, KS; Louisville, […]
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Albuquerque ranks in the top ten large-size metro areas in the country for economic development potential, according to site selector publication Business Facilities. It’s a great time to buy a business in Albuquerque—or sell a business and move on to the next Big Thing! Albuquerque was ranked ninth. Topping the list were Atlanta, GA and […]
Strong showing, New Mexico! Santa Fe ranked 14 in Travel + Leisure’s 24th reader survey of Top 15 Cities in the World and got second place for Best Cities in the United States. Taos ranks 12 on the Best of the U.S. list. “Readers rated cities on their sights and landmarks, culture, cuisine, friendliness, shopping, […]
Whether you’re looking to sell your business, buy a business, or simply want to explore your options, we invite you to stop by our booth at today’s Santa Fe Business Expo. It’s being held all day (1o am to 4 pm) at the Santa Fe Place Mall. We look forward to meeting you!
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. […]
With SGA’s own highly informal survey based on chatting with our past Santa Fe business buying clients, New Mexico appears aligned with these national trends. Small-Business Owners Love What They Do, Despite the Economy A new Gallup poll shows that eight of 10 small-business owners would do it all again if they could. May 22, 2014 […]