Real Estate Tips:
Determine your expected earnings and how you will receive them. Figure out what form your earnings will be in. There are many ways to get them back. These include rent, dividends, and interest. Some types like real estate and stocks can earn and grow in value. Figure out what the potential of your investment is over time. One way to diversify your investment portfolio is through real estate. Although real estate might not have the glitz stock market investing, it is usually a solid core investment part of a portfolio. Often, real estate will hold its value when the market takes a downward turn, thereby; buffering any market loss.
3 Popular Attractions In New Mexico
- Philmont Scout Ranch: Mountain ranch in Cimarron, New Mexico.
- White Sands National Monument: National monument located in southern New Mexico.
New Mexico Facts:
- The province that was once Spanish New Mexico included all of present day New Mexico, most of Colorado and Arizona, and slices of Utah, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Wyoming. The Original American Territory of New Mexico that congress created in 1850 included all of New Mexico and Arizona plus parts of Colorado, Nevada, and Utah. The boundaries of present day New Mexico were drawn by congress in 1863 but New Mexico didn’t become a state until 1912.
- After WWII Los Alamos and Albuquerque had many new laboratories. Hundreds of highly educated Scientists and Engineers moved in the state. New Mexico soon had a higher percentage of people with Ph.D.s than any other state.
- During the height of the so-called lawless era of the late 1800′ when Lew Wallace served as territorial Governor, he wrote the popular historical novel Ben-Hur. First published in 1880, it was made into a movie in 1959 starring Charleton Heston.
- New Mexico was named by 16th century Spanish explorers who hoped to find gold and wealth equal to Mexico’s Aztec treasures.
|State of New Mexico|
The Land of Enchantment
Crescit eundo (English: It grows as it goes)
|Anthem: “O Fair New Mexico” and “Así Es Nuevo México“
|Before statehood||Nuevo México (1598–1848)
New Mexico Territory (1850–1912)
|Admitted to the Union||January 6, 1912 (47th)|
|Largest metro and urban areas||Greater Albuquerque|
|•Governor||Michelle Lujan Grisham (D)|
|•Lieutenant Governor||Howie Morales (D)|
|Legislature||New Mexico Legislature|
|•Lower house||House of Representatives|
|Judiciary||New Mexico Supreme Court|
|U.S. House delegation||
|•Water||292sqmi (757km2) 0.24%|
|•Median household income||$51,945|
|Demonym(s)||New Mexican (Spanish: Neomexicano, Neomejicano, Nuevo Mexicano)|
|•Spoken language||English, Spanish, Navajo, Keres, Zuni|
|entire state (legally)||UTC−07:00 (Mountain)|
|•Summer (DST)||UTC−06:00 (MDT)|
|Nara Visa (informally)||UTC−06:00 (Central)|
|•Summer (DST)||UTC−05:00 (CDT)|
|ISO 3166 code||US-NM|
|Traditional abbreviation||N.M., N.Mex.|
|Latitude||31°20′ N to 37°N|
|Longitude||103° W to 109°3′ W|
Apart from the list of awesome museums to visit in New Mexico, there are few places and attractions you might have missed to see because (1) they are quite far from the big cities and (2) you just have not heard or read anything about them. #NewMexico #NMAttractions
1. Three Rivers Petroglyph Site
2. Dripping Springs Natural Area
3. Basin Range Volcanics Geolapidary Museum
4. City of Rocks State Park
5. Shroud of Turin
6. Fox Cave
7. UFO Museum and Research Center
8. The Valley of Fires Recreation Area
9. Trinity Site Historical Marker
10. Very Large Array (VLA)
11. Earthship Biotecture