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Great home appreciation! As you look through the New Mexico MLS listings, keep in mind that the appreciation on the homes here has been fantastic. Over the last 10 years, it's been about 23% in Albuquerque and surrounding cities like Rio Rancho and Bernalillo. That's almost double the national average for that time period.
Visit ghost towns! This state has lots of towns that were thriving in the 1800s but are pretty deserted now. If you like exploring spooky old towns, check out Golden, which was popular in 1825, or Mogollon, which got its start as a town in 1878.
Lots of museums! If you want to familiarize yourself with the area's history, check out the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science. If you prefer to gaze at artwork, you'll enjoy the New Mexico Museum of Art, the Museum of International Folk Art or the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, all in Santa Fe.
Amazing monuments! If you'd rather see monuments in person than learn about them in museums, you're in luck. New Mexico has several of them, including White Sand National Monument, which is the world's biggest dune field of gypsum crystals. There's also the Aztec Ruins National Monument, which lets you get up close with structures built by an ancient people.
Reasonable property taxes! The tax rate in most cities here is a little less than $10 per $1,000 of house value, which is a bit lower than the $12 you'll find in other areas around the country on average. The rate ranges a little depending on which community you choose to live in, with Grant County generally having the lowest tax rates. Cities in this county include Silver City, Hurley and Bayard.
Mountains and forests! New Mexico has plenty of national parks, forests and mountain ranges for you to visit. The Santa Fe National Forest is located next to the state's capital city, while Carson National Forest is a little farther north. Of course, this state also features Carlsbad Caverns National Park, where you can tour 3 of the 119 caves. Watch out for the bats that live here!
Fun annual events! You'll find some great events in many cities in this state. There's the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, Elephant Butte Balloon Regatta and the Red Rock Balloon Rally. Each of these allows visitors to watch and photograph tons of hot air balloons up in the sky. You can also check out the Great American Duck Race in Deming, the New Mexico State Fair in Albuquerque and the Roswell UFO Festival.
Local wineries! You might be surprised how well grapes grow in the desert. Get a taste of local wines at Milagro Winery in Corrales, Fort Selden Winery in Las Cruces or Dos Viejos Winery in Tularosa.
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