Relocate To New Mexico

New Mexico’s history predates the founding of the English Colonies on the eastern seaboard resulting in a rich tapestry of cultures and peoples dating to the sixteenth century. The blend of Native Americans, Spanish, Mexican, and Anglo cultures is a unique milieu that includes Native American pow wows, Flamenco festivals and tablao’s, matanzas, music, art and cuisine, and a hearty cowboy, ranching, and railroad ethos as well. New Mexico is a place like no other with vistas and outdoor opportunities that rival Colorado, without the harsh weather, cuisine you will experience nowhere else (including fifty-seven micro-breweries) and the third largest Art Scene in the U.S. after New York and Los Angeles. New Mexico is the home of two National Laboratories and more than 100 innovation accelerators producing more patents annually than any state but California, and more innovations per capita than any other state; not to mention the mild weather, 310 days of sunshine, wide-open spaces, and an absurdly low cost of living. This is paradise without the price!

International Balloon Fiesta

New Mexico True TV

Santa Fe Indian Market

International Folk Art Market

Gathering of Nations

Traditional Spanish Market

Sazon

Festival Flamenco

Sandia Casino

Albuquerque Museum