Anji Lang


How Can I Get Off the Renting Treadmill

Posted on: March 21st, 2017 by anjilang No Comments

How Can I Get Off The Renting Treadmill? By Academy Mortgage Corporation Are you spending half or more of your income on rent? If the answer is yes, you’re not alone. A recent Harvard study found that 26% of Americans are doing exactly that, up from 20 percent in 2001. Conventional wisdom is that around […]

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Albuquerque Metro Market update

Posted on: April 10th, 2015 by anjilang No Comments


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Top Desires for Today’s Buyers

Posted on: April 10th, 2015 by anjilang No Comments

If You Were Selling Today, Would You Have the Home That Buyers Want? Knowing what appeals to today’s homebuyers, and considering those trends when you remodel, can pay off years from now when you sell your home. Read Visit for more articles like this. Copyright 2015 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®

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Albuquerque Metro Market Report

Posted on: January 9th, 2015 by anjilang No Comments

Here is the monthly market report for November 2014. In a few days the GAAR December Report will be out for us to compare. A couple of years ago there were over 7000 homes on the market! This lower inventory is encouraging for sellers although it is still a buyers market with so much from […]

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Dee Williams & her 84 Square Foot Home

Posted on: June 10th, 2014 by anjilang No Comments

Dee Williams. You heard of her? I can’t imagine that you have but I came across the coolest article while browsing around. She is a resident of Olympia, WA living “the tiny-house way.” Her home is a mere 84 square feet. Her bedroom is lofted above a small kitchen counter and sitting area. Waking up […]

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When Rent is Over 1/2 of Your Income

Posted on: June 6th, 2014 by anjilang No Comments

In some markets, renting trumps buying by a barely visible margin. Maybe you’re not ready to buy or maybe you don’t think you can. But it might surprise you to know that there are markets in the U.S. where rent can cost as much as 60% of your paycheck! Holey Moley! Is that crazy or […]

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Fun! BBQ Trivia

Posted on: May 30th, 2014 by anjilang No Comments

  Happy National BBQ month! With all this Paleo stuff, grilling has definitely become my stomach and mouth’s bff!  And I am going to go off on a limb here and brag about my wonderful husband. He is the absolute BEST griller there ever was! I know everyone thinks their hubby is the best at […]

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Quarterly Update: With Values on the Rise, Pre-Approval is Wise

Posted on: May 28th, 2014 by anjilang No Comments

There is good news for homeowners! Yes, you did, in fact, read that right… Good News!Since the 2008 recession, home values are reaching their highest levels yet. Prices are up on average 3.2% year over year in the northeast, 7% in the south, and over 12% in the west (According to figures from the National […]

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Class of 2014: “The Most Indebted Class Ever” & Their Correlation to the Housing Industry

Posted on: May 21st, 2014 by anjilang No Comments

Well I was just growing around the internet recently and found a really interesting article. As my daughter just graduated from college in California (such proud momma— yay!), I found this article particularly applicable to my personal life. The graduating class of 2014 had been officially named “the most indebted class ever” ( And according […]

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Refreshing Shrimp Salad for Entertaining

Posted on: May 6th, 2014 by anjilang No Comments

With summer around the corner and Mother’s Day just on the horizon, it’s time to make a delicious shrimp salad. And I just happened to stumble upon a greeaaat shrimp salad recipe! It’s always been one of my favorite summer refreshers. Pair it with a cool drink and can you say, “Yummy”?!  Try and impress […]

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My family came to America on a job opportunity that was going well. We had been renting a home and suddenly found out that it would no longer be available. That morning we thought that everything was fine, but the afternoon left us stressed not knowing what to do. On Sunday we decided to drive around looking for open houses. Why did we pick that open house and not another? Probably our good luck guided us. We visited that first house that was about to be closed, a nice one with 4 bedrooms, finding pros and cons and, of course, each of us having a different opinion. The selling agent, a nice lady, knew right away what to do. She didn’t push us too much on the actual house and she asked us what we were looking for and proposed my wife to spend a day visiting whatever she could found on her listings. The following Friday we made a first proposal on a house and received a final agreement during the week-end. We have been able to do it in a week period for only one reason: Anji Lang. She listened to us, spent time on her own to prepare a tour of a dozen houses, and guided us at our convenience leaving us time and privacy when needed. So trust me, if you need a guardian angel for finding your home, you can count on her. A happy family in their Home sweet Home.
- The Claude Dardant Family