Rio Rancho Homes for Sale
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Originally established in the 1960s and marketed to Northeasterners looking for a change of pace in the West, Rio Rancho has become a desirable place to live in a relatively short timeframe. Officially incorporated in 1981, Rio Rancho is now the third largest city in New Mexico and one of the most rapidly expanding areas in our state.
Families moving to the area have found Rio Rancho homes provide architectural integrity, modern amenities, and southwestern stylings, while being pleasantly surprised by the affordability of the properties. With homes from the low $100s to the $300s and beyond, Rio Rancho has a wide variety of move-in ready homes to tour.
As new homeowners have flocked to the city in recent years, Rio Rancho has continued to expand and improve its local offerings. UNM and CNM now have college branches within the city limits through which a student can take some or all of their classes without a commute into Albuquerque. Presbyterian Hospital opened a state-of-the-art facility in 2011, and the city is now home to two movie theaters. Residential zoning continues to flourish as well; the Loma Colorado and Mariposa developments are quickly gaining notoriety as desirable communities to live in.
For those on the job market, Rio Rancho is home to some of the biggest names in American production. Most notably, Intel Corporation has a sprawling semiconductor fabrication plant overlooking the city limits. Sprint, Bank of America, and Hewlett-Packard also have a large presence in the area and employ many Rio Rancho residents.
Albuquerque’s sister city is a place where value and convenience reign supreme, and it is easy to see why the city continues to undergo tremendous growth.