All Things Real Estate: First Hour - September 15, 2019All Things Real Estate
In the first hour of the program, Rey will speak to the special relationship between the City of Santa Fe and the Town of Taos. Rey’s guests will also offer information, in the first hour of the show, on a variety of TSV’s services offered to the public in the autumn months, as well as the good works of one of the town’s most respected not-for-profit organizations. The second hour of the program will feature commentary on other elements of the TSV mountain resort, as well the role the town government plays in furthering activities for the residents Taos, as well as for visitors to the community.
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 remote broadcast’s second hour.
Taos Ski Valley Resort Sales: Lara Brown, Director of Sales for the multi-season Taos Ski Valley resort, will return to the show to offer additional commentary about her mission at TSV, of engaging individual and group sales business for The Blake hotel. This unique slopeside destination, which is at the heart of the mountain resort’s renaissance, connects the iconic mountain with a vibrant cultural journey. Lara will discuss the vision that she and her sales team bring to their work, including a desire to make Taos a place where people come to find inspiration in the wilderness with all of the amenities of a world-class resort. Lara and her colleagues are dedicated to helping guests who come to the mountain resort, plan the ultimate special event—from an executive retreat to a group ski outing, as well as to a perfect wedding, year-round. TSV offers meeting spaces, inside and out, that invite creativity and nature to co-mingle. TSV’s “traditional” boardroom overlooks a river, and the “standard” conference space features mountain views, while the resort’s wedding sites offer 360-degree views, where nature is the backdrop.
Taos Behavioral Health Report to the Community: Simon Torrez, the Chief Executive Officer of Taos Behavioral Health (TBH), will join the show in the first of a two-part interview designed to speak to the nonprofit’s mission of providing comprehensive behavioral health services to individuals, families, and groups, to support them in developing positive behaviors and making life-affirming choices. With the largest licensed and credentialed behavioral staff in Northern New Mexico, TBH is well respected and known for its dedication to helping Taos become a better, safer, and less violent community by serving at-risk youth and adults in need of guidance and counseling. Rey and Simon will discuss the good works of TBH, including the Familia Y Mundo youth program, as well as the case management focus of the nonprofit’s Comprehensive Community Support Services. Simon joined Taos Behavioral Health as the business manager, and he took over the CEO role in September 2013. He is a homegrown Taoseño with rock-solid discipline from his military service—smarts from his years as a business manager—and the heart of a dedicated family man. He is delighted to be helping build nonviolence skills in Taos.
Open House of the Week: Rey will review the attributes of 2108 Senda de Daniel with his Sotheby’s International Realty broker colleague David Cordova. This elegant four-bedroom Southwest Santa Fe home is conveniently located in the Los Cerros Colorados subdivision, sited on a private picturesque mountainside, on the road to Ski Resort, just minutes to downtown. With architectural details and rustic charm blending seamlessly, accented by Brazilian hardwood throughout, the home was built for comfort and entertainment, offering numerous features, a recently installed silicone roof, an outdoor hot tub, and a two-car garage. David will also will reflect on his own experiences working with home buyer and seller clients in Taos.
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 ATREradio.com).