Sam Goldenberg and Associates has been a gateway to the Santa Fe lifestyle since 1983.
Many of our business buyers come here to visit and later return to stay. While they might be eager to leave behind their stressful corporate jobs and big city lifestyles, they are not ready to forsake cultural and intellectual stimulation. With Santa Fe’s cultural and recreational offerings, we have no peers for cities our size. What is the best way to prosper and become part of the Santa Fe community? The answer is simple. Buying an established business.
Others retire to Santa Fe only to learn that they are not able to quite ready to leave behind their workaday lifestyles. We frequently list turnkey businesses that can be operated from home and do not require a full 40-hour a week commitment.
We also work with local residents with ties in the community that date back generations who want a livelihood that will allow themselves and their children to flourish. More often these days, parents see buying a business as a better investment than the ever-rising cost of financing a college education in this era of uncertain job markets.
Most seek the qualify of life that only Northern New Mexico can offer. Santa Fe has a moderate climate with some of the cleanest air in the country. We enjoy spectacular mountain views and the splendor of a sunset in “big sky country.” Our natural beauty is only the beginning.
Santa Fe is a designated UNESCO Creative City, the first U.S. city to be so honored and one of only a handful of Creative Cities in the world. As a Top-5 North American tourist destination, Santa Fe is popular for its intimate charm coupled with the sophistication of world class art, opera, culture and cuisine.
If you are planning a visit, we invite you to come and meet our team while you are in town.
(as of 2012)
SF City: 69,204
SF County: 146,375
Median Age: 44.9
County Area: 1,911 sq. miles
City Area: 37.4 sq. miles
January – High: 42 / Low: 19
July – High: 86 / Low: 56
Average Annual Rainfall: 14 inches
Average Annual Snowfall: 26 inches
Elevation: 7,000 ft.
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