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Mariposa Realty of Taos owner and qualifying broker Dee Doubleday is no stranger to uncertain times. Her 43 years’ experience in all aspects of real estate through many ups and downs make her a highly qualified ally in navigating any real estate situation brought about or exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Then-governor Garrey Carruthers commemorates the opening of the Holiday Inn Don Fernando in March 1989 by cutting a ceremonial ribbon draped with $20 bills. Within two years, the hotel's owners would declare bankruptcy and the property would be …

The 1989 soirée to celebrate the opening of the brand-new Holiday Inn Don Fernando de Taos was quite the party. As many as 800 people packed the swanky lodge, enjoying free champagne, oysters and caviar while schmoozing among ice carvings of …

While winter is a traditionally slow time in the housing market, it turns out 2014 was simply a slow year generally. What little gains the Taos real estate market made in 2013 didn’t hold last year. Peter Lora, owner and qualifying broker of …

New Mexico Legal Aid will hold a free workshop on foreclosure prevention Thursday (Oct. 10), 1-3 p.m. at the New Mexico Legal Aid Office, 214C Kit Carson Road. An attorney with experience in foreclosure defense will summarize the law and court …

A member of the Arroyo Hondo Land Grant Board of Trustees is scheduled to go to trial Monday (Jan. 28) on criminal charges related to a deed that has gummed up real estate transactions north of Taos for more than two years. Lawrence Ortíz will …

Days remaining in session: 50 Corruption bill dies: Two years ago, the House unanimously passed a bill that would have allowed more prison time to be added to sentences of public officials convicted of corruption-related crime, such as bribery …

Two days ago I sat through a foreclosure auction out in front of the Taos County Courthouse. Two houses went up for bid. Neither sold. There were two men on hand to do some bidding that morning. One of them is a habitual attendee of these kinds …

309. That's how many foreclosure cases have been filed in the Eighth Judicial District since July 2009. A surprising number, and one that wasn't exactly easy to find. Foreclosures have become eerily commonplace since the onset of the Great …