News from SFAR: Market perspectives from SFAR


The Santa Fe Association of Realtors (SFAR) works closely with its qualifying brokers (QBs), experienced brokers who may lead large, medium or one-person real estate offices. To obtain a qualifying broker’s license, applicants must document that their associate broker’s or equivalent license has been on active status with a real estate brokerage for two of the last five years immediately preceding their application. They must also provide a certificate of completion of the New Mexico Real Estate Commission’s approved 30-hour brokerage office administration course.

The Santa Fe Association of Realtors provides realtor and affiliate member services to Los Alamos, Rio Arriba and Santa Fe counties, and the cities of Española and Santa Fe. To highlight the role of our qualifying brokers, the association asked several of them about the current Santa Fe and Los Alamos housing markets.

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