dRoberts Realty LLC / doug@drobertsrealty.com / 505.428.0079 / 3005 S St Francis Dr Ste 1D-500, Santa Fe NM 87505

  • Sasha Ryerson

After joining dRoberts Realty five and a half years ago, I am super excited to announce that…

I am now a Broker! Yay!

As most of my friends and family know, dRoberts Realty does primarily commercial leasing, sales and management, but as some of you may not know, we have also recently stepped into the residential market. We’re happy to say that while we still focus on commercial, we are now a full-service brokerage.

I got licensed because I love what I do. It’s something different, every day. I love meeting people who are looking for space for a business, a passion, or a project and facilitating that process for them. I love working with property owners to help their property meet it’s highest potential.

As a brand new broker, I am humbled to be working with some industry pros. Our brokerage is lucky to be owned and operated by an experienced team that brings 40+ (let’s just say many, many), years of in-the -field experience. That’s the kind of knowledge that you can’t get from your 90+ hours of Broker Basics, and it’s invaluable when you are dealing not only with people’s assets, but with people’s dreams. The dream of having your own business or your own home, or a profitable investment property—these are the kinds of things that require you have absolute confidence in your brokerage. I do.

Thank you Doug, Anita and Cheryl for letting me hang my license at dRoberts Realty. I couldn’t ask for a better job, or a better team—Cheers!



According to an article in the New Mexican, United Van Lines ranked New Mexico the No.10 state for inbound moves in 2019. In 2014, the Land of Enchantment was No. 10 for outbound moves. Who is moving here? According to the U.S. Census Bureau many are retirees, and many inbound movers come from neighboring western states such as Texas and California.


As a native New Mexican "born here all my life," the story of retirees and people from California and Texas moving to New Mexico, doesn't strike me as particularly remarkable. What I find interesting, is that people are not moving away.


My experience resonates with this statistic. My sister is 9 years older than me, and many, many of her high-school friends live in other states. She lives in Colorado, with best friends in Los Angeles and New York. But even though I am just a few years younger, I see many more of my peers staying local as they build careers and families. I have friends who went to New York and Los Angeles, and then came back to New Mexico and are building their lives here. I see it as a sign that our economy and community here in New Mexico is growing with a vibrancy that supports young people starting out and building lives as well as retirees. Go NM! #Newmexicotrue