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Old 01-01-2008, 04:24 PM
 
Location: Albuquerque
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Default 24 most expensive zip codes

I found this in the New Mexico Business Weekly edition of Dec 21-27
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.................................................. ...per....average
....................................ave home....capita..household..household.......median. .
zip code.........................value.......income... .income....size..population..age...
01..87501..Santa Fe..........566,712 .. 42,314 .. 84,863 .. 2.01 .. 16,408 .. 50.4
02..87506..Santa Fe..........524,667 .. 35,509 .. 81,705 .. 2.30 .. 12,887 .. 43.6
03..87122..Albuquerque......517,947 .. 56,613 ..150,460 .. 2.66 .. 17,467 .. 40.4
04..87043..Placitas............499,400 .. 45,629 ..100,343 .. 2.20 ... 4,429 .. 50.2
05..87505..Santa Fe..........481,447 .. 35,820 .. 80,649 .. 2.25 .. 33,561 .. 40.4
06..87048..Corrales............473,747 .. 43,940 ..109,637 .. 2.50 ... 8,511 .. 45.4
07..87508..Santa Fe..........462,921 .. 34,141 .. 89,091 .. 2.61 .. 16,964 .. 43.2
08..87059..Tijeras.............412,380 .. 32,462 .. 82,306 .. 2.54 ... 9,973 .. 42.3
09..87540..Lamy...............412,380 .. 38,990 .. 88,852 .. 2.28 ..... 948 .. 45.0
10..87544..Los Alamos.......401,431 .. 48,723 ..116,191 .. 2.38 ... 8,511 .. 43.5
11..87010..Cerrillos............361,270 .. 34,628 .. 71,495 .. 2.06 ... 1,117 .. 43.5
12..87047..Sandia Park.......330,992 .. 39,480 .. 96,730 .. 2.45 ... 4,741 .. 44.3
13..87718..Eagle Nest........330,441 .. 28,582 .. 65,746 .. 2.30 ..... 757 .. 49.9
14..87111..Albuquerque......324,718 .. 40,554 .. 87,973 .. 2.17 .. 57,283 .. 44.0
15..88324..Glencoe (Lincoln)322,262 .. 33,472 .. 72,634 .. 2.17 ..... 104 .. 51.7
16..87008..Cedar Crest.......305,009 .. 40,936 .. 94,002 .. 2.30 ... 3,067 .. 45.1
17..87535..Glorieta.............287,767 .. 30,716 .. 81,013 .. 2.64 ..... 998 .. 42.8
18..87114..Albuquerque.......266,886 .. 30,857 .. 79,987 .. 2.59 .. 52,651 .. 32.6
19..87120..Albuquerque.......242,999 .. 30,097 .. 78,763 .. 2.62 .. 52,510 .. 33.5
20..87015..Edgewood..........239,053 .. 26,229 .. 74,090 .. 2.82 .. 14,053 .. 36.6
21..87402..Farmington.........222,179 .. 27,292 .. 73,214 .. 2.68 .. 10,240 .. 37.4
22..87144..Rio Rancho.........219,415 .. 27,453 .. 75,747 .. 2.76 .. 27,873 .. 32.1
23..88008..Santa Teresa......215,487 .. 26,823 .. 79,782 .. 2.97 ... 4,464 .. 33.7
24..87124..Rio Rancho.........204,940 .. 26,830 .. 69,494 .. 2.59 .. 41,860 .. 38.3
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It's hard to get those columns to line-up. Santa Fe sure has a disproportionate
number of expensive zip codes.
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Old 01-02-2008, 05:46 AM
 
Location: Londonderry, NH
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Thanks. New Mexico is looking better and better from the bottom of a snowdrift. I Shoveled three ft of the stuff off my deck the other day. Shoveling snow is getting to be too much like work.
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Old 01-03-2008, 04:29 PM
 
Location: Jemez Springs & UK
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On the other hand, we sure shovel a lot of snow off the decks in Jemez Springs! Or wait til noon for it to melt.

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Old 01-04-2008, 05:51 AM
 
Location: Londonderry, NH
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MMAllen - you and Jemez Springs are becoming annoying. (Jokingly)

How cold is it this morning?
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Old 01-04-2008, 08:37 AM
 
Location: Jemez Springs & UK
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Hah! I'm just so happy to have discovered a place I can crow about Jemez!

Actually, to confuse matters...I live in Scotland part of the year and that is where I am currently. My Jemez housesitter has the hard work of shoveling snow off the Jemez deck. I get daily emails from her and the weather.com report so I always know what is going on on my mountain! Today it's mostly cloudy, temperature varying between 43-24. More snow expected this weekend, a bit. Most places in Jemez it melts before noon but my house is on the shady side of the mountain so it doesn't melt for a while in back.

Meanwhile, it snowed here in Scotland all day yesterday and it's still here in patches, the hills are white. Not much snow here in central belt the past couple of winters, though, so this is probably "it" for the year.

In winter basically if it rains in Albuquerque, it is probably snowing in Jemez.

I wish there was a "search" function so I could find other references to Jemez at this site. I've been scrolling but haven't found anything other than my irritating posts, hah!

That truly amazes me. The LA Times had an article about Jemez this summer...you can find it ala Google. I'd post the link here but I have seen other newspaper links were deleted here for copyright reasons, so I won't.

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Old 01-04-2008, 09:36 AM
 
Location: ABQ (Paradise Hills), NM
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Originally Posted by MMAllen View Post
I wish there was a "search" function so I could find other references to Jemez at this site.
Check near the top of the screen. There is a menu bar that contains "My Settings" - "New Posts" - "Search"... etc.

If it was a snake it would have bit you!

Chap
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Old 01-04-2008, 09:43 AM
 
Location: Jemez Springs & UK
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Arrrgggghhhhh!!!! I swear that wasn't there til you showed it to me!

Hah!

Thanks. Hmmm, maybe it's really amazing I never got bit by a rattlesnake in all my years in New Mexico, eh?

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