All Things Real Estate: First Hour - March 17, 2019

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In both hours of the show, join Rey and his guests for a special remote broadcast of the program from the Taos Ski Valley (TSV). The first hour of the program will speak to the special relationship between the City of Santa Fe and the Town of Taos. The second hour of the program will feature the new monthly series called "This Is Taos," which will focus on the many reasons why people find the historic northern New Mexico town a desirable destination to visit, as well as own a home. 

Overview Thoughts: Rey will offer his observations on the unique relationships that Santa Fe real estate professionals have with Taos, as well as preview many of the elements of the second hour's remote broadcast of the "This Is Taos” show series. 

Taos Ski Valley Speaker Series and Real Estate Options: Leslie Campbell, Director of Sales/Real Estate for TSV, will offer information on the Blake Residences, 24 extraordinary and fully appointed slopeside residences that are a major part of the revitalization of the mountain resort. Joining Rey and Leslie in the discussion is Anee Ward, TSV’s Cultural Liaison, who will discuss the mountain resort's Speaker Seriesprogram. This special initiative has the aim of deepening and enhancing an understanding of Taos Ski Valley and the larger community. The program has invited over 40 organizations and individuals who make Taos "Taos." From astronauts, to quartets, and anglers, each week the program is designed to teach a little more about what makes Taos unique, and how to keep it that way.

Broker View on Living and Working in Taos: Alan Vorenberg, Rey’s Sotheby’s International Realty broker colleague in Santa Fe, will reflect on his own experience as the owner of a home in TSV, as well as why he enjoys pursuing home buyer and seller relationships in the mountain resort. Alan will also reflect on the general elements of Taos, as it offers options for visitors and those who wish to make the northern New Mexico town a destination for home ownership. Alan will also discuss his future real estate listing activities in TSV.

Rey’s “Real Estate Recommendation”: Rey’s weekly real estate recommendation will offer some suggestions on how to make the home buying and selling process a bit easier, more efficient and enjoyable for consumers. Corresponding to the theme of the special relationship that Santa Fe has with Taos and other northern New Mexico communities, Rey is offering a 10-acre parcel of land, just nine miles east of Abiquiu, and situated above the Rio Chama, with 360-degree vistas (see the "Unique Destinations" section on

Open House of the Week: Rey will review the attributes of 675 Old Santa Fe Trail with his Sotheby’s International Realty broker colleague Malissa Kullberg. This beguiling, four-bedroom estate located in the historic Eastside of Santa Fe offers a refined, yet relaxed, fusion of traditional charm and modern comfort. The home’s features include a cheerful kitchen, which is ample for party-staging, yet comfortable for casual meals; a spacious living room with fireplace opening onto a grand courtyard perfect for large scale events and intimate gatherings; a Master Bedroom Suite; additional bedrooms on each level; a 763 sq.ft. basement; and a one-bedroom casita with kitchen and full bath, which served as the writing bunker for an Emmy award-winning author.