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Santa Fe Gay Realtor | September 25, 2017

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Santa Fe Gay Tutorial - Santa Fe Gay Realtor

Santa Fe Gay Tutorial

It has been said about Santa Fe that “Our streets are narrow, but our minds are not” and we couldn’t agree more. People always ask; where are the gay neighborhoods or the gay bars in Santa Fe?  A true melting pot, Santa Fe effortlessly blends the Anglo, Native American, International and Hispanic cultures. And while embracing it’s diversity it is equally inclusive of its LGBT community.

 

When researching destinations to travel or gathering information for a more permanent move, you want to know what Santa Fe offers me as a gay person. Will it cater to my diverse background? Or my special interest? Will I feel comfortable and accepted?  Is there a sense of community that will embrace me or neighborhoods where I can purchase a house and feel at home?

 

A Tutorial to the Gay Santa Fe

This tutorial is designed to get you up and running with the basics to Gay Life in Santa Fe. Afterward, you’ll have a good understanding as to the events, real estate and sense of inclusion that gay Santa Fe has to offer.

 

1) Living in Santa Fe

 

2) Gays Are Retiring And Buying Second Homes

 

3) Gay Life in Aldea

 

4) Visiting Gay Santa Fe

 

5) Hiking in Santa Fe

 

6) Winter in Santa Fe

 

7) Friends of Dorothy

 

Socializing in Gay Santa Fe

Santa Fe has a very social gay community hosting events from large to small. Whether you tastes run from Trash Disco dancing, mingling with Friends of Dorothy or if you prefer to join in the gay men’s potluck you will definitely find your social niche to enjoy the Gay Life in Santa Fe.

 

Calling Santa Fe Home either Full time or Part time

While some members of the LGBT community are content with just visiting Santa Fe, many others are choosing to call Santa Fe home, either full time or part time.  We have seen gays making a permanent move to the City Different in all neighborhoods ranging from Aldea, Dos Griegos and everywhere in between.  Others are choosing to purchase condos, a place to stay while visiting Santa Fe. And still others are buying retirement homes now and using them as vacation homes until they are ready to retire. Click Here to search for your Santa Fe dream home!

 

Gay Life in Santa Fe

Your single source for enjoying Gay Santa Fe is right here at your fingertips. Do you like to ski or hike? Dine and drink wine? Visit art galleries or listen to live music? Or just watch the sunsets? Whatever your interest you will find your niche in Gay Santa Fe.

 

Enter your contact info below in the submit a comment section to learn more about the ins and out of Gay Santa Fe and to sign up to receive announcements about current events!

Philip Ross | Santa Fe Gay Realtor
Santa Fe Gay Realtor
Philip Ross and SantaFeGay.com should be your first and last stop for all your Gay Santa Fe Needs. Practical experience to successfully negotiate a sell or purchase. Hands on experience with technology that is increasingly crucial when buying or selling. Having a member of the community there to support you is priceless!

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  1. Brian Erle

    Hi,
    We are preparing to sell our home in Massachusetts so we may move to Santa Fe.  Initially we would like to rent for up to 6 months. We believe this will give us the time to get acquainted with the city and better know where will work and where we want to buy.
    My husband is in nursing management and I’m in the food service industry.
    Our last two home purchases, we have used gay agents and we find it beneficial. 
    Any thoughts, ideas or direction you care to share would be appreciated.
    Thank you,
    Brian and James

  2. Hey!

    My husband and I currently live in Eureka Springs, AR and are planning on moving from here to retire early.  We both lived in Dallas, TX for around 20 years before we moved here together in 2010.  Although we were looking to slow down a bit, this is a little slower than we had expected so now we’re looking for a location that is affordable with nice weather and a gay life.  After researching the US, we’ve come to the conclusion we want to explore Santa Fe as we think it has what we’re looking for in a place call home and we were excited to find santafegay.com.  I think this will be a terrific resource for us, but is there a place we could order printed material on Santa Fe gay life?  Also, is there any other sources of information you care to share?

    Thanks!

    Jody and Kyle

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