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Silver City Regional Multiple Listing Service
SCRMLS committed to helping our brokers, and appraisers, succeed in the competitive real estate market of today and the future. We want to see you succeed, therefore we invite you to utilize all of the resources that are offered to you as an MLS member.
The Silver City Regional Multiple Listing Service is wholly owned subsidiary of the Silver City Regional Association of REALTORS®.
2023 SCRMLS Board of Directors:
President, Dina Patton
President-Elect, Marissa Rowse
Treasurer, Robin Thomas
Secretary, Cassie Carver
Past President Director, Pat Fell
Director, Eric Escobar
Director, Ruth Seawolf
MLS Administrator, Kim Clark
The Board of Directors meet monthly on the second Thursday of the month. A Participant meeting are held annually in November, as well as throughout the year as needed. If you have an interest in serving, please contact the MLS administrator or President of the Board. The nominating committee solicits nominations beginning in August each year with elections taking place in November for positions that are open on the Board.
The Bylaws are the guiding document for MLS governance. Amendments shall be by the Participants of the Service, and subject to approval by the shareholder BOD. The Board may approve amendments that are mandated by NAR policy.
MLS Rules & Regulations and Standards of Practice amendments are approved by the Board of Directors, subject to approval by the shareholder BOD.
In order to maintain a system that is efficient and provides its users accurate and timely information, it is necessary to maintain and enforce rules in a fair and unbiased manner.
To review the full set of MLS Bylaws, Rules and Regulations, as well our Standards of Practice and Citation Policy look in the MLS Documents section of Paragon.
Any matter not specifically addressed in the SCRMLS Rules and Regulations shall be governed by the policies and procedures set forth by the National Association of REALTORS® as from time to time amended as well as the Policies and Procedures established by Silver City Regional MLS.
Listing Corrections can be made in Paragon by using the "Corrections" button.
To make a complaint about a rule or policy violation contact the MLS Administrator via email. Only written complaints will be addressed.
Code of Ethics violations are subject to NAR's professional standards process through the Silver City Regional Association of REALTORS®.
Real estate qualifying brokers and appraisers who are licensed in New Mexico make up the SCRMLS membership. Below is a list of the current MLS Participant members and their Offices.
Name License Office Name Office Phone
Amini, Bijan 19623 Dragonfly Real Estate 575-519-9329
Arias, Darlene A 17549 Arias Links Realty 505-221-1521
Arnone, Joseph 16221 Exit Realty Horizons 575-532-5678
Bearup, Georgia L 15635 Mimbres Realty 575-538-3789
Carpenter, Michael REC-2022-1204 Prosper Real Estate 575-745-5464
Castello, Sam 20776 Hacienda Realty 575-388-1921
Cook, Daniel D 20474 Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate | Silver City 575-538-0404
Fell, Patricia 13002 Silver Advantage Real Estate 575-538-3847
Figueroa, Jessia 20659 Ten-X 888-952-6393
Frazier, Shay 20015 Zillow, Inc. 206-424-8443
Glass, Michael 19936 Real Broker, LLC 855-450-0442
Greiert, Mary E 16624 Open Range Real Estate, LLC. 575-533-6062
Guggino, Marc 18253 eXp Realty, LLC 505-554-3873
Hensley, Merline 20647 Deming Relaty Co, LLC 575-546-8818
Holguin, Helene R 20272 Home Town Real Estate 575-597-4663
Hutchins, Susan 03492-R Accurate Appraisal, LLC 575-522-1874
Kempf, Thomas M 15018 High Vista Realty, LLC 505-890-1081
Kenneally, Joe 839-G Kenneally Appraisal Svc. 575-534-2668
King, Courtney REC-2022-1236 Redfin Corporation 505-207-4284
Lanzante, Ann 20822 BEX Realty, LLC 800-700-9806
Montanez, Steve REC-2022-0836 New Mexico Properties 575-538-1487
Morgan, Carson REC-2022-0658 RealPros 575-538-1096
Mundy, Karen I 1219-G Mundy Appraisal Services 575-527-9260
Ortiz, Phil C 02009-R Appraising New Mexico, P.C. 575-523-5552
Patton, Dina 19067 Gila Realty 575-388-1296
Richardson, Paul 20493 Keystone Real Estate & Rentals 575-313-1523
Rowse, Linda H 20141 Enchantment Realty 575-538-2931
Saenz, Norma 20720 Saenz & Smith Real Estate, Co 575-386-2363
Seawolf, Ruth D 49006 Ruth Seawolf & Associates, LLC Real Estate 575-590-1324
Sirgany, Rosalee 48784 My Real Estate Company 575-388-1449
Smith, JD 1096-R Smith Appraisal, Inc. 575-388-0108
Smith, Rebecca K 6755 Smith Real Estate & Prop. Mgmt. 575-538-5373
Spurgeon, Dale 14668 Action Realty, LLC. 575-535-2286
Turner, Susan 11129 Wagon Wheel Realty 575-388-2692
Williamson, Julie REC-2023-0220 Thompson Realty PC 575-538-0021
Winton, Orban W #281-G Winton Appraisal Co 575-835-1857
Yurcic, Aeron 03357-R Continental Appraisers 575-313-0550
Zachek, Kevin Ace Appraisals 575-544-4475
Integrity of data is the most precious commodity that any MLS has. Protection of the integrity of the data is a challenging task, but paramount to providing our members with the best and most accurate data in order to serve the day to day needs of the consumers that are your clients.
Enforcement of Rules – MLS Disciplinary Guidelines
Associations of REALTORS® and their multiple listing services have the responsibility of fostering awareness, understanding, and appreciation for the duties and responsibilities of MLS participants and subscribers, and of receiving and resolving complaints alleging violations of the rules and regulations. The REALTOR® organization is firmly committed to vigorous, fair, and uniform enforcement. Enforcement achieves a number of goals. Where participants or subscribers are wrongly or mistakenly charged with violations, the hearing process provides personal and professional vindication. Where violations are determined, enforcement process educates participants and subscribers about their duties and obligations, and serves as a meaningful deterrent of future violations.
Allegations of conduct inconsistent with the rules are often viewed by respondents as threats to their professional and personal reputations. This can result not only in their mounting vigorous defenses but also, at times, to threats of legal challenge should a violation be determined and discipline imposed. Given that MLS participation can have significant economic value, associations and their MLSs need to strictly adhere to their established procedures when considering potential violations. This caution ensures that the rights of the parties will be observed, and legal exposure of associations and their MLSs will be minimized.
At the same time, well-founded caution should not be confused with reservation, reluctance, or hesitancy. Rules become aspirations at best, and potentially meaningless, if not enforced with vigor and determination.
Fundamental to fair and consistent enforcement is reasonable and judicious use of discipline, as both an educational device and as punishment. Associations and their MLSs have a wide variety of sanctions available to them that may be imposed for violations. These range from simple letters of warning to termination of MLS rights and privileges. Between these extremes are mandatory attendance at remedial education sessions, financial penalties, probation, and suspension.
The National Association does not recommend specific penalties for certain offenses or for violations of particular rules. This is in deference to the wisdom and autonomy of the hearing panel privy to the details of complaints coming before them; in recognition of the fact that no two complaints are identical; and in view of the facts that the details of each hearing, including the experience of respondents, their history of prior violations, and mitigating or extenuating circumstances, may all come into play in determining an appropriate penalty. At the same time, there are key points to be considered with respect to imposition of discipline:
Discipline that can be imposed is strictly limited to those forms authorized in the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® Code of Ethics and Arbitration Manual and to any additional form authorized by the National Association’s board of directors.
Discipline should be commensurate with the offense. Unintentional or inadvertent violations should result in penalties designed to educate respondents about the conduct expected of them. Only authorized forms of discipline may be utilized.
Discipline should be progressive. The disciplinary emphasis on violations by new members or by long-standing members with no history of prior violations should be primarily educational. Repeated or subsequent violations should be addressed with more serious forms of discipline, including substantial fines, suspension, and termination of MLS rights and privileges.
A gray area can exist with respect to “first time violations” that are clearly not the result of ignorance or mistake but rather demonstrate flagrant disregard for the rules. While the educational aspect of enforcement cannot be disregarded, the fact that the rules exist to protect clients and customers, the public, and to ensure effective, efficient functioning of the MLS, must also be considered in determining commensurate discipline.
Mitigating or extenuating circumstances should be considered in determining appropriate discipline. The fact that a respondent recognizes or acknowledges inappropriate conduct or took steps to remediate or minimize harm or injury, should be considered in determining appropriate discipline.
Respondent’s records of earlier violations or, conversely, the fact that they have not violated the rules in the past, can be considered in determining appropriate discipline. Hearing panels cannot consider past violations in deciding whether the conduct currently complained of violates the rules.
Crafting appropriate, meaningful discipline can challenge panels that have concluded the rules have been violated. This discussion is offered as guidance, rather than as a hard and fast template, to assist panels in meeting their responsibility in ensuring the rules’ viability and vitality through vigorous and evenhanded enforcement.
SCRMLS has Rules and Regulations which include a Citation Policy. This document is easily accessed by SCRMLS members in the MLS Documents section in Paragon MLS.
Below you will find published statistical reports from SCRMLS as well as the state and national associations.
Month End Report from the Silver City Regional MLS. Includes data from our service area Grant and Hidalgo counties. There are some Catron and Luna County listings as well.
Silver City Regional MLS
Silver City Regional MLS Firm Rankings
Two Year Availability
We missed getting the count for October of 2022.
Housing availability in Grant County as of October 2021. There are 69 site-built homes listed with a median asking price of $299,000, with an average of 167 days on the market. There are 7 single-wide homes listed with a median asking price of $100,000, and 44 avg dom. There are 8 multi-wide homes listed with a median asking price of $182,000, and 118 avg dom. 2 modular homes with a median asking price of $92,000 and 46 avg dom. 0 condos - 0 new construction (new class).
Land availability in Grant County as of October 2021. There are 95 single-family lots for sale with a median asking price of $27,995, with an average of 592 days on the market. There are 73 restricted rural lots, median asking $129,000, 1103 avg dom. 59 unrestricted rural lots, median asking $69,500, avg 658 dom. 13 commercial/industrial, median asking $200,000, 316 avg dom.
Housing availability in Grant County as of October 2020. There are 113 site-built homes listed with a median asking price of $265,500, with an average of 211 days on the market. There are 2 single-wide homes listed with a median asking price of $98,000, and 117 dom. There are 10 multi-wide homes listed with a median asking price of $135,500, and 191 dom. 1 modular, median asking $297,000 and 4 dom. 1 condo, median asking $139,000, 63 dom.
Land availability in Grant County as of October 2020. There are 103 single-family lots for sale with a median asking price of $29,500, and 669 days on the market. There are 83 restricted rural lots, median asking $100,000, 1099 dom. 60 unrestricted rural lots, median asking $63,625, 872 dom. 11 commercial/industrial, median asking $115,000, 835 dom.
(Via SCRMLS stats)
Additional Statistical Resources
Monthly news releases from the New Mexico Association of REALTORS® about the housing market in New Mexico. It often includes median prices and changes from the previous year. Housing Trend Reports for New Mexico (NMAR)
The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® Existing-Home Sales Series is the premier measurement of the residential real estate market. On or about the 25th of each month, NAR releases statistics on sales and prices of existing single-family homes for the nation and the four regions. These figures include condos and co-ops, in addition to single-family homes. Updated each month, these reports are available free of charge in two formats — PDF for easy viewing and printing and Excel for database work. more info (NAR)
**Most reports are Adobe PDF documents. If you do not have the reader it can be downloaded here.
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