Rentals in New Mexico
New Mexico is home to 902,242 housing units, with the average household size of rented homes is 2.53 persons. Home owners account for 67.9% of the occupied homes in New Mexico, and renters account for 245,319, or 32.10%. The average rent for an apartment in New Mexico in the last 12 months has been $1346. The average rents for a 1 bed, 2 bed and 3 bed apartments have been $1005, $1238, and $1620 respectively.
The capitol of New Mexico is Santa Fe and the population of New Mexico is 2,059,179. The most populated cities in New Mexico are Albuquerque, Las Cruces, Santa Fe, Rio Rancho, and Roswell.
Weather and Climate
Arid and semiarid climates await you in the southwestern state of New Mexico! New Mexico has an annual average snowfall of 9.6 inches, and an average of 14.6 inches of annual precipitation. Summer temperatures average around 90 degrees for the high and 67 for the low in New Mexico. Average winter temperatures are mild with average highs of 47 degrees and 26 for the low.
The average age of men in New Mexico is 35.3 years and females 38. The median age for both sexes is 36.7 years. There is a ratio of one of men and women in New Mexico. New Mexico is home to 902,242 households, with each home averaging $42,090 in annual income. 19.6% of New Mexicans have no health care coverage or insurance, and New Mexico sees 15.7% of its population in poverty.
Sports Universities and Education
University of New Mexico, New Mexico State University, and Eastern New Mexico University are just three of several universities in New Mexico. 28% of its population enrolled in college or university and 14.2% of New Mexicans have a bachelor's degree. There are no major league sport teams located in New Mexico.
Industry and Employment
Top industries New Mexico include electrical equipment, petroleum and coal products, food processing, printing and publishing, and tourism. It takes the 868,276 employed New Mexicans 22.2 minutes to drive to work each day. 5.70% of New Mexico's population is unemployed.