All Things Real Estate: First Hour - November 4, 2018

All Things Real Estate - November 4, 2018


In the first hour of the show, join Rey and guest co-host Al Antonez, General Manager/COO of The Club at Las Campanas—and other guests for a special pre-election and the ending of Daylight-Saving Time-inspired discussion of business and real estate issues.
The U.S. 2018 midterm elections will be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. All 435 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives and 35 of the 100 seats in the U.S. Senate (including one in New Mexico) will be contested. In addition, 39 state and territorial governorships (including the race in New Mexico), as well as numerous other state and local elections will also be contested. In addition, there are a number of ballot measures being offered that will impact the lives of most home owners, buyers, sellers and renters.
Prior to the elections, on Sunday, November 4, Daylight-Saving Time (DST) will end at 2 a.m., meaning that clocks need to be turned backward by one hour to accommodate a return to Standard Time. 

Real Estate Broker Update: Rey will offer some thoughts on the importance of participating in the midterm elections by casting a vote that each registered voter in the nation has the constitutionally-granted right to exercise. The outcome of the elections will impact issues important to every home owner, buyer and seller. Rey will also reflect on what it means to all consumers to gain an hour of time, as Daylight-Saving Time ends.
The Club at Las Campanas Report: Al Antonez will join Rey in a discussion of the importance of voting during the midterm elections, as well as the value of having an extra hour of time on Sunday to enjoy all that Santa Fe has to offer. Al will also offer a review of the amenities The Club offers to its members; the activities The Club is pursuing at this point in 2018; as well as the range of unique events it will continue to showcase in the New Year. These activities include a series of special lectures and presentations of renowned business leaders, music performers and authors. The Club is known for offering an extraordinary setting to enjoy an ideal life in Santa Fe. As one of the nation’s most regarded country club destinations, The Club was not only recognized as a Platinum Club of America for 2014 - 2016, it is also known for its deep commitment to the people, environment, as well as programs that help to make Santa Fe a better community. The Club’s amenities include two championship Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Courses; a well-equipped fitness center; tennis and spa facility with seven synthetic clay courts; one of the finest equestrian facilities in the Southwest; as well as the casual and fine dining provided at The Club’s Hacienda Clubhouse. In addition, The Club is known in the community as a place for multifaceted cultural, educational, artistic and musical programs. The Club’s members formed the Las Campanas Community Fund in 2003 to do even more to address the vital needs in the area. This endowment fund, which is administered in partnership with the Santa Fe Community Foundation, has grown significantly since its inception and provides annual grants to a range of non-profit organizations in the Santa Fe area. For the eighth year in a row, “All Things Real Estate” has been partnering with The Club in 2018 to offer information on the multitude of activities it provides to its members.
2018 Roofing and Home Maintenance Update: John Grisak, President of Fix My Roof, LLC, will offer some observations on the program’s theme, by speaking to the importance of voting, as well as how an extra hour of time on Sunday can provide home owners with an added opportunity to discover any home roofing issues that may be present at their own property. John will also review the cutting-edge procedures and products that his company uses in residential and commercial roof restoration, as well as why now is the time to give special attention to the condition of your home’s roof, as we move to the winter season. Fix My Roof, LLC, is committed to restoring existing roofs for a fraction of the cost of roof replacement while maximizing a positive impact on the environment by embracing environmentally responsible practices and educating the greater community about environmental stewardship. Headquartered in Santa Fe, the company has completed both residential and commercial jobs in Santa Fe, Los Alamos, El Dorado, Albuquerque, Rio Rancho, Cochiti, Las Cruces, Alamogordo, Silver City, and many more locations.
Rey’s “Real Estate Recommendation”: As has been the case for the past month, Rey’s weekly real estate recommendation offers some specific thoughts on the importance of voting during this year’s midterm elections. Though early, as well as absentee voting options are about to end for New Mexican residents who are registered to vote, there is always the choice of voting on election day, Tuesday, November 6. Participating in the electoral process is the most direct way for home owners to have influence on who serves in local, state and Federal government positions.
Open House of the Week: Rey will review the attributes of 852 Old Santa Fe Trail with his Sotheby’s International Realty broker colleague Britt Klein. This three-bedroom, gated Eastside historic territorial residence with timeless character is sited on a lushly landscaped, near half-acre lot, within walking distance to the Santa Fe Plaza, Canyon Road and Museum Hill. This home offers numerous custom features, a finished two-car garage, a newly replaced torch down roof with a transferable warranty, vibrant hardwood flooring, and fruit trees throughout the property.