June 4, 2021 – Looking to leverage what has traditionally been a low cost of living and affordable housing market, the City of Albuquerque is expanding its “Home for Life” program. The effort seeks to lure former residents and remote workers to New Mexico. But a booming housing market means homes are harder to find than ever before. Senior producer Matt Grubs interviews Synthia Jaramillo, director of Albuquerque’s Economic Development Department, about how she’ll measure the program’s success and avoid overcrowding a seller’s real estate market.
Correspondent: Matt Grubs, NMiF senior producer
Guest: Synthia Jaramillo, Albuquerque Economic Development Department