All Things Real Estate: First Hour - November 3, 2019All Things Real Estate
In the first hour of the show, join Rey and his guest co-host Kevin Skelly, Master Builder and Principal at residential construction firm K.M. Skelly, Inc., and their guests, as they mark the end of Daylight-Saving Time, with a discussion of a variety of current real estate, and business issues.
Real Estate Broker Observations: Rey will offer his thoughts, on how real estate professionals make use of an extra hour of time—gained this weekend when Daylight-Saving Time ends—to benefit their home buyer and seller activities.
Home Builder Report: Guest co-host, Kevin Skelly, will offer his own thoughts on the Daylight-Saving Time theme of the show, as it applies to custom home building. Kevin will also update the audience on the state of home construction as we come to the end of 2019. K.M. Skelly, Inc., has perfected a strategy that concentrates on customer service and quality products by giving attention to the details in every project. Kevin Skelly is a Certified Green Professional and a Graduate Master Builder with over 35 years of industry experience. Living in Santa Fe for more than 20 years, Kevin has developed a love for Santa Fe style that incorporates simple lines and reflects the landscape’s natural beauty. Accepting a limited number of projects each year, K.M. Skelly, Inc., is able to build a lasting trust with every client, transforming their visions into reality. Kevin, a regular commentator on the “All Things Real Estate” radio show, is continuing in 2020 as a supporter of the program, providing his well-regarded observations on a variety of home construction issues.
2019 Roofing and Home Maintenance Update: John Grisak, President of Fix My Roof, LLC, will offer some observations on the end of Daylight-Saving Time, and how it benefits his roof restoration client activities. John will also update the audience on not only the cutting-edge procedures and products that his company uses in residential and commercial roof restoration, but also the services offered by his two new companies—Fiddler Roofing NM, and Zia Roofing. 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, John’s three roofing companies have 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. John, a long-time supporter of “All Things Real Estate,” is returning to the radio show in 2020, as one of the program’s most trusted content providers.
Santa Fe Vacation Rentals, LLC, Update: Donna Jones White, Owner and Qualifying Broker of Santa Fe Vacation Rentals, LLC, will discuss the show theme, including how she and her team—using the extra hour of time gained by the end of Daylight-Saving Time—will offer their highly-regarded professional guidance to visitors to New Mexico who are seeking the best in vacation rental properties in November. In addition, Donna will also remind the audience about her company’s role in maintaining a collection of rental options for not only vacation guests, but also those who choose to come to Santa Fe and are seeking a furnished 30-day or long-term unfurnished property. Consumers from around the globe turn to Donna’s company to aid them in finding comfortable and high-quality residences for their stays in our community. As one of the most popular commentators over the years on the “All Things Real Estate” radio show, Donna is returning in 2020 to continue to offer her monthly observations on a variety of important Santa Fe real estate and business issues.
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.
Open House of the Week: Rey will review the attributes of 5711 State Highway 41 with his Sotheby’s International Realty broker colleague Ricky Allen. This five-bedroom, one-of-a-kind, rammed-earth estate is sited in a gentle valley in the Galisteo Basin, with large shade and fruit trees, pitched roof portals, and a veranda looking out upon the Ortiz Mountains. Designed by American artist Judy Chicago, then finished with unique touches by Tony Award-winning writer Bernard Pomerance, the home features—among other elements—a vaulted-ceiling great room with a kiva fireplace and large east-facing windows; a private guest suite; two upstairs bedrooms; a master-suite; a private office/artist studio; and, a separate library with built-in book shelves. The romance of this property is in the details: a large stone rock garden with raised beds for growing organic vegetables, sweeping views, brick floors and the renowned artistic community of Galisteo, New Mexico, are the perfect backdrop for this majestic sanctuary.