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Irena Romano – Person of the Quarter

Irena (Irene) Romano came to the Q @ Nob Hill with her husband John about 2 years ago. She has been teaching our complimentary yoga classes to residents at our on-site Q Yoga studio ever since, and the resident reviews are awesome. This quarter, she’s the one we chose to recognize in our Person of the Quarter series for her amazing journey of self-discovery, spiritual growth, and world travel.

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Anyone For Tennis?

With beautiful weather and sunny skies year-round, tennis is one of the most popular activities for Albuquerque residents. All of The Q properties put you close to tennis courts, including The Tennis Club of Albuquerque – which provides tennis fun for players of all ages.

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Art in Nob Hill

Nob Hill is home to one of Albuquerque’s major art hubs. The area is filled with chic shops and eclectic galleries with exhibits for varying art tastes, and living at The Q at Nob Hill puts you right there. Check out some of the art galleries located within walking distance of The Q at Nob Hill.

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Bike ABQ

Cycling is one of Albuquerque’s most popular activities, and no matter what Q property you live at, you’re always just steps away from one of Albuquerque’s many bike paths.

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The Q Resident Of the Quarter – Javier Ortega

The Q is proud to be the home of choice for many unique, creative and accomplished individuals. So proud, that we decided to dedicate a blog post to the Resident of the Quarter from our community every three months. In this first quarter of 2019 that person is Javier Ortega.

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To Rent or to Buy? Rent Your Way to Happiness

  In the last six emails, we shared with you just a few things to consider when you decide whether to rent or buy a residence. Home ownership is an American tradition and provides a feeling of more control over one’s environment as long as relocation is not...

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To Rent or to Buy? Be Budget Friendly

  A monthly mortgage payment is often higher than the monthly rent. Most of it goes to pay bank interest on the property, rather than reduce your debt. The costs of relocation, as previously mentioned, are significantly lower for renters. Further, a homeowner is...

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To Rent or to Buy? Save your Savings

  Renting has significantly lower upfront costs than buying. Prospective homeowners are traditionally required to provide at least a 3.5% - 10% of purchase price as down payment. It takes time and hard work to amass that amount of money, and if and when you do,...

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To Rent or to Buy? Enjoy a Better Quality of Life

  People who rent have more time for quality lifestyle activities both on - and off - the premises, while homeowners may spend that valuable time on maintenance & repair of their home. The Q offer their residents amenities, such as fitness centers and pools,...

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To Rent or to Buy? Be Flexible, Be Free

  One of the most important aspects of a rental lifestyle is Freedom. You got an exciting job offer out of state? Is it that time in your relationship to move in with your partner? Do you need more space for a home office? No problem. As a renter, relocating is...

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To Rent or to Buy? Let the Landlord Handle It

  A lot of time and money goes into maintaining a home, from yard work to doing repairs and regular maintenance. Large capital improvements also need to be done on a home, like a new roof every 10 years, and replacing stucco walls, repainting, and flooring every...

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To Rent or to Buy? That is the question

Owning a home was always a key part of the American Dream. It’s a place to set down roots, raise a family, and build memories. But perspectives on home and community are changing. These days, more

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