Are you looking for a home for sale or just ready to secure raw land property for sale? Whether this is your first home or your retirement home, purchasing Las Cruces real estate is a great investment. Review our MLS listed inventory of current homes for sale in Las Cruces. Our web site Las Cruces Real Estate Information is designed for your convenience bringing you a complete resource for community information and the best real estate MLS listings.
Have you been dreaming of a new luxury custom built home? Looking for the best place to retire and want a beautiful downsized home in which to enjoy those golden years? Not sure, then look over our list of apartments where you can join the community and look around for the perfect home for sale. Whether moving across town or across the country, Las Cruces, New Mexico has it all.
Located in Southern New Mexico at the intersection of Interstate 10 and Interstate 25, this "Crossroad City" offers a diversity of landscapes from the fertile Rio Grande valley to high desert home sites at the base of the Organ Mountains or on our west mesa under Picacho Peak.
The New Mexico lifestyle is relaxed and the quality of life is superb with an abundance of nearby recreational opportunities and a wide variety of arts and cultural events throughout the year. The warm climate with an average of 350 sunny days per year allows residents to take advantage of numerous outdoor activities and exploration of nearby places of interest.
Offering an exceptional environment for families, the excellent area schools are capped by the presence of New Mexico State University, one of the premier research universities in the nation. The presence of a major university brings enrichment to the community through concerts, galleries, museums, performing arts and athletic events.
The Mesilla Valley is steeped in history as a part of the journey along "The Royal Road" or El Camino Real. Historic Old Mesilla is a village with its share of notorious characters including William Bonney, better known as "Billy the Kid." La Mesilla was a stop on the Butterfield Trail and was the sight of the signing of the Gadsden Purchase in 1854. Mesilla contains some of the areas most unique shopping and dining.
Numerous "communities" exist within Las Cruces and Doņa Ana County offering homes for sales with everything from modern country club and golf course living to the "old town" feeling of the Alameda / Depot Historic District. All these areas are convenient to medical facilities, shopping, schools and places of worship.
Area homebuilders offer many styles for your "dream home" including Southwestern style adobe and rammed earth homes as well as Spanish Territorial and more traditional wooden frame homes. A special emphasis is placed upon energy efficiency with a growing interest in environmentally conscious "green" construction.
The local economy is driven by agriculture and there are numerous lots and acreage available for farm and ranch usage. But the area business climate is decidedly upbeat as evidenced by its recent selection by the Forbes/Milken Institute as the number one small city (population under 177.000) for Business and Careers. Money Magazine also placed Las Cruces number six on its list of "Best Places to Retire." With a low cost of living and low property tax rate, living in Las Cruces makes good economic sense as well.
Local financial institutions are poised to quickly provide mortgage financing and mortgage insurance at great rates to make your home buying experience a quality one. So, let one of the skilled real estate professionals on our site help sell your current home or find the new home for sale that is just right for you. Truly, Las Cruces is the best place to retire or raise a growing family.