• $500K Grant to Rehab New Mexico Senior Apartments

    SANTA FE, N.M.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–A $500,000 Affordable Housing Program (AHP) grant from Los Alamos National Bank and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas (FHLB Dallas) will help fund a $15 million renovation project at Villa Hermosa, a 116-unit apartment community for senior citizens. The grant was awarded to Santa Fe Civic Housing Authority (SFCHA), a community-based organization that is spearheading the project. $500K to help fund renovations at Villa Hermosa in Santa Fe, thanks to @FHLBDallas and @LANBtweets. Tweet this The renovation project will include new interconnected walking paths, as well as a new community center building with kitchen and laundry facilities for exclusive resident use. According to SFCHA Executive…

  • Broker named to Haute Residence

    Neil Lyon, a broker with Sotheby’s International Realty in Santa Fe, was recently chosen by Haute Residence as its exclusive luxury representative in New Mexico. “With just one representative in a market, the Haute portal unites a distinguished collective of leading real-estate agents and brokers, showcasing their most beautiful properties in those markets to affluent buyers, sellers, and real estate enthusiasts around the globe,” according to a press release from the Miami-based company. The new partnership connects the readers of Haute Residence.com and Haute Residence Magazine to the Neil Lyon Group: Neil and Cindy Lyon and Roberta Lowe. Lyon has a bachelor’s degree in real-estate finance forom the University of…