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In the News

A continued surge in closings from homes that went under contract after the lifting of COVID-19 stay-at-home measures propelled Lincoln County real estate into record territory in August.

The local real estate market continues to sizzle fueled by plummeting inventory and skyrocketing demand.

Total home sales showed modest increases in June with sales rising over ten percent for a total of 52 in Lincoln County.

September proved another active month in the Lincoln County real estate market with increases in total sold dollar volume and units sold and a moderate increase in median price compared to last September.

Residential sales within the Ruidoso and Alto area jumped thirty-six percent over July 2019 for a total of 61 homes

To help support affordable housing opportunities within the region Ruidoso/Lincoln County Association of REALTORS® (RLCAR) will sponsor and participate in the Regional Housing Fair

The inventory of homes for sale in Lincoln County in June climbed to 557, a 4.8 percent increase over May, although still down 12.9 percent from June 2018.

The RLCAR Scholarship Program recognizes students for their outstanding achievements in academics, extracurricular activities and community involvement.

With the summer buying season on the horizon home sales in Lincoln County climbed over ten percent.

Home buyers started their spring shopping in March, causing a five percent year-over-year increase in home sales for a total of 59 homes sold.

There were 79 homes and condos added to the market during the month of February in Lincoln County.

The annual Ruidoso/Lincoln County Association of REALTORS® Scholarship Program for graduating seniors from schools in Lincoln County is underway. 

Lack of inventory pushed home sales down this January with 448 active residential listings.

RLCAR received the Strive for Excellence Award from the NMAR at the NMAR Legislative Conference in Santa Fe on Jan. 24, 2019, for member contributions to the REALTORS® Political Action Committee.

Home sales figures have continued a steady incline all year, with 2018 reporting 720 homes sold, an overall increase of over 4% from 2017.

Despite the cooler autumn weather, home buyers still continued to purchase homes in record numbers in November.

The Ruidoso/Lincoln County Association of REALTORS® (RLCAR) recently installed its new leadership team as well as members of the 2019 Board of Directors and Executive Committee during its annual Awards and Installation dinner.

Home sales in October increased over three percent from the same time last year with the month reporting 89 sales.

The third quarter home sales continued their upward trajectory with the quarter boasting over a four percent increase.   

Area home sales in August show a significant uptick over the last month with a total of 84 homes sold during the month, a 38 percent increase.

The pace of homes sold across Lincoln County in July fell 13% from June.

The Lincoln County area housing market is continuing to outpace last year, as summer gets into full swing. 

The Ruidoso/Lincoln County Association of REALTORS® (RLCAR) will extend its history of community involvement by awarding five Lincoln County students each a $700 college scholarship.

Unless members of Congress take action, authority for the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) will expire July 31. 

Home sales in May for the in Lincoln County areas shot up over 10 percent year-over-year.

The Ruidoso/Lincoln County Association of REALTORS® (RLCAR) will extend its history of community involvement by awarding seven Lincoln County students each a $700 college scholarship. 

The Ruidoso/Lincoln County Association of REALTORS® (RLCAR) will extend its history of community involvement by awarding five Lincoln County students each a $300 college scholarship. 

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