Find property management in Albuquerque, NM
Learn what to look for, compare Albuquerque management companies, and get free quotes.
The response from my new manager was super and I expect a great working relationship with her company. - Rhonda M.
Albuquerque Property Managers (102)
Showing all property managers in Albuquerque. Describe your property to show only the managers who offer the services you're looking for.
Real Property Management Rio Grande- We are the leading property management service provider in Albuquerque. We combine 25 years national experience, excellent corporate systems and standards, and local expertise. Why settle for pr... View full company profile
Albuquerque, NM 87112
The Modern Renter- Stop spending countless hours on the daily grind of Property Management. Let us do it instead. We’re your team of virtual assistants that provide the services you need to survive — and thrive... View full company profile
New York City, NY 10010
Albuquerque Management Companies
Do you need assistance in attracting and retaining tenants, collecting monthly assessments or balancing your community's finances? A experienced management company can help you in handling a lot of things like this. Read about what to look for, and start interviewing some local property management firms today!
At ManageMyProperty.com, we work hard to give land owners and association boards the knowledge and tools prerequisite to make the right determination about hiring a property management company. In our articles area, we've compiled a pretty thorough list of services property managers provide, which you may find helpful. To find out about typical fees charged by these companies, check out our essay on common property management fees. Take advantage of our articles and rapidly expanding directory to locate the Albuquerque property manager that's a good fit for you!
Housing Market Stats
|Median Home Value||$179,100||$156,700||$192,400|
|Owner Costs > 30% Income||14.8%||12.9%||14.7%|
|Gross Rent > 30% Income||19%||18.8%||19.2%|
Albuquerque Housing Market Stats
As of 2008, the rental vacancy rate in Albuquerque stood at 7%, relatively low compared to the rest of the country. There are about 358,307 housing units, averaging $179,100 in value, 32% of which are occupied by renters. The rent to price ratio in Albuquerque is 0.4%, slightly lower than the New Mexico average. For 19% of Albuquerque tenants, 30% or more of their income goes to paying rent.
|Avg Commute Time (minutes)||23.7||20.2||25.3|
|Avg Household Size - Owners||2.6||2.65||2.7|
|Avg Household Size - Renters||2.29||2.37||2.42|
|Median Household Income||$47,418||$42,976||$52,175|
|Per Capita Income||$25,319||$23,081||$27,466|
Albuquerque Demographic Info
Albuquerque has a population of 833,506, comprised of 327,431 households, with on average 3 members per household. Out of approximately 421,483 people in the civilian workforce, 397,685 (94%) were employed in 2008. 86% of the population 25 and older has earned a high school diploma, with 29% holding a 4 year college degree.
Albuquerque Community Info
Situated at 5,312 feet above sea level, Albuquerque, New Mexico is the nation’s highest metropolitan area. In addition to being the geographical center of the state, Albuquerque is also the state’s economic center, with almost half of the economy of New Mexico revolving around the activities in Albuquerque. The economic base of the city is diverse and mostly hinges upon the agriculture, government, tourism, research, trade, and manufacturing industries. The median household income for the citizens of Albuquerque is roughly $46,000 per year.
Because of its sunny year-round weather, Albuquerque is a popular tourist destination. Upwards of four million visitors come to the city every year, some to ski in the nearby Sandia Mountain Range, and others to simply relax and enjoy the diverse ethnic heritage (Anglo, Hispanic, and Native American) of the city. Many unique architectural styles can be seen throughout the city, from Pueblo Deco to Streamline Moderne. Central Avenue in Albuquerque is referred to as the city’s “cultural corridor,” giving visitors access to many theatres, galleries, cafes, and museums.
Residents in Albuquerque have access to a number of recreational activities, one of the most popular being the hiking trails in the Rio Grande Nature Center State Park. The existence of regular geothermal winds around Albuquerque has made the city a natural choice for several wind related sports, and Albuquerque is often given the nickname, “The Hot Air Balloon Capital of the World.” The natural dryness of Albuquerque’s air is an attraction of its own, providing relief for visitors and residents who suffer from respiratory illnesses.
Albuquerque is home to a number of universities and colleges within the city, including the University of New Mexico, the University of Phoenix, and the Albuquerque Technical Vocational Institute. Currently, of the population who are at least 25 years of age, roughly 86% hold a high school diploma, and 32% have a bachelor’s degree or higher. Current Mayor Richard Berry is committed to upholding the city’s high standard of local education, fiscal responsibility, and street safety. Currently, many residents walk or bike to work; others use the city’s vast public transportation system, which encompasses several bus routes, a commuter rail service, and electric street railways. Air traffic is controlled by the Albuquerque International Sunport and the Double Eagle II Airport. Rail service into and out of the city is managed by Amtrak and the BNSF Railway. Major highways intersecting with Albuquerque include I-25, I-40, State Highway 423, and State Highway 45.