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With a population of around 558,545, Albuquerque is the largest city in the state of New Mexico. The city has one of the highest elevations of all major cities in the U.S. ranging from 4900 to 6700 ft above sea level, and it is surrounded by natural beauty. With the Rio Grande flowing nearby and the Sandia mountains with their cascading pink hues and green conifer trees around the base, Albuquerque is one of the most picturesque cities in the nation. You can expect to have 280 days of sunshine and around 30 days of precipitation each year. Summers are hot with highs averaging in the low 90s, but the low humidity makes it bearable. Winters range from chilly to mild during the day and cold at night, with night time temperatures staying below freezing for December through February. Albuquerque gets 11 inches of rain and 13 inches of snow which are both below national average.

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Albuquerque, also known as ABQ for short, may be famous for the annual Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, but there is so much more to love about this New Mexico town. Artists are drawn to the area creating a unique and fun vibe throughout the city. Albuquerque, also known as the “Duke City,” has deep roots in Mexican, Hispanic, and Native American culture and this is also reflected in the housing styles, cuisine, and events throughout the year.
The photogenic landscape draws in more than 6.2 million visitors each year to the city. Hollywood has also been making a mark on the city with the on location filming of hit tv show “Breaking Bad.” Even with all of the visitors, getting around the city is quite easy. Most residents opt to use a car, but the city also has an extensive bus system and a commuter rail.
You may not automatically think of ABQ as a foodie haven, but you might be pleasantly surprised. The city loves green chilis, and it has become a staple in traditional regional cuisine. From high-end restaurants to a burgeoning food truck scene, your belly will sure thank you for all the delicious eats the city has to offer.
With all that the area has to offer, it might just be time to make the big move to Albuquerque, or just a move across town. From packing to moving the heavy stuff, movers can make your move to Albuquerque, NM a breeze.

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Jobs & Local Economy

The unemployment rate in Albuquerque is 3.6% (as of May 2018) which is lower than the national average of 3.9%.
The biggest employer in the area is the University of New Mexico Board of Regents followed by Sandia Corp, with education, healthcare, and science/technology being the largest industries in the area. The average commute time for residents in Albuquerque is 21 minutes.
The overall cost of living in Albuquerque is 2% lower than the national average. Housing and transportation are slightly higher than the national average at 2% and 6% higher respectively, but groceries and health care come in at 12% lower than the national average each.

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Attractions

Making the move to Albuquerque also means you can enjoy these nearby attractions:

Petroglyph National Monument

The Petroglyph National Monument is home to the largest petroglyph sites in North America carved between 400 to 700 years ago by Spanish settlers and Native Americans. From moderate to strenuous, the park offers multiple petroglyph viewing trails for visitors.
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Old Town Albuquerque

As the heart and epicenter of culture in ABQ, the Old Town Albuquerque area offers numerous museums and more than 100 shops, galleries and restaurants.

ABQ BioPark - Zoo

Lions, elephants, and toucans, oh my! The ABQ BioPark Zoo is a definite must for a family-friendly day in Albuquerque. The 64-acre park offers up close encounters with wildlife, shows, and special exhibits.

City stats & Taxes

558545

Total Population

50522

Average Houshold Income

190200

Medium Home Sales Price



Educational level

Bachelors Degree or higher

Some college or Associates Degree

High School or GED

Less than High School

No Schooling



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Bernalillo County

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