Santa Fe

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Ranked in the 47th percentile

Santa Fe

  • Santa Fe is ranked #105 in New Mexico
  • Santa Fe is ranked #15,424 in the USA
  • Lots of Local Amenities
  • Sunny Weather
  • Stable Housing Market
  • High Income per Capita
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66Santa Fe
58New Mexico
66USA

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Santa Fe's superficial, lacks integrity.

Attractions1/10
Community1/10
Nightlife1/10
Dining2/10
Shopping2/10
The new young professionals are discriminate here and don't know it's suppose to be about being of service to the customer or patient. It's about the client being of service to the non thinking professionals, not helping the client or even the patient. It's gotten really superficial. They pick and choose who they will work with, so if you're older, and like need a chiropractor, lawyer or banker or healer, they won't work with you. They want the young rich and healthy only. Rude and unprofessional, especially the chiropractors and healers so watch out for them. My life got broken when I trusted the realtor, the mortgage banker, the lawyer and the healers to help my life. It's not about serving the client here. It's about the professional helping themselves and not caring about the client. I've been treated horrible by the chiropractors in Santa Fe because I didn't stroke their egos when I was in horrible pain. They didn't care at all and are so gutless they don't even talk or respond to you. They just want young, pretty and healthy so they don't have to think or work. Santa Fe is shallow and superficial anymore. They don't even know how to think. They just assume their cute and got one up - which most of them aren't even smart. Lots of people with out any integrity who don't put the client or anyone else first. It's all yadayadayada anymore. And to top it all off the men don't know how to treat women here - or even pay for dinner.
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Mary MadsanPosted on Jan 27, 2018
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Relocating My husband and I are in our late 40s and mid-50s and have a young daughter. We are considering relocating to the Santa Fe area. Could someone advise of the best areas to live with young children - great schools, low crime rates, etc. Thanks for your input.
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Yvonnia Posted on Dec 29, 2014
Considering relocating to Sante Fe - which area? I am currently living in Seattle and considering relocating to a warmer, dryer climate. I am a single 40 year old female that has work flexibility to work out of the home and travel. I have never been to Santa Fe but planing a visit in the next couple months. What areas the areas/neighborhoods like? I enjoy the city and will rent initially and enjoy being active …
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sunnylegs25Posted on Jan 16, 2014
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Source: The Santa Fe, NM data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).