All Things Real Estate - Second Hour: April 22, 2018

All Things Real Estate - April 22, 2018

This weekly radio show features host and Sotheby's International Realty's Associate Broker Rey Post (NM REC License #45660) and a variety of special guests offering the best news, information and commentary regarding every aspect of today's real estate market.
In the first hour of the show, join Rey and his guest co-host, Isabel Chavarria, of The Club at Las Campanas, and their guests for an Earth Day-themed discussion of real estate issues. April 22 is the 48th anniversary of this globally-embraced event, which originally produced a range of Federal regulatory mechanisms designed to protect our environment. 

Real Estate Update: Rey will speak to the show's theme, discussing how the mission of Earth Day has produced a general connection to real estate, by striving to make the places we live, work and play to be healthier destinations, thereby enhancing their value to home buyers, sellers and owners. Rey will also update the audience on the latest real estate trends and also share his weekly "Rey's Real Estate Recommendation," which is designed to make the home buying and selling process a bit easier. In addition, Rey will remind the audience of the important role that the real estate community played in the aftermath of last year’s Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria. As an example of the real estate community’s commitment to providing assistance, the Realogy Charitable Foundation, a 501 © (3) public charity, was established as Hurricane Harvey approached Texas in late August 2017. The foundation is continuing to raise funds, delivering 100 percent of the proceeds to the American Red Cross to directly help those affected by the storm (go to:www.events.org/hurricane to contribute). Realogy is the parent company of Sotheby’s International Realty, Inc.
The Club at Las Campanas Report: Isabel Chavarria, Director of Membership Development at The Club at Las Campanas, will speak to the Earth Day-related theme of the show, reminding the audience of The Club's commitment to the community and the major conservation programs pursued by the facility. Isabel will also discuss what current events are being staged for club members during this time of the year, as well as update the audience on her efforts to enhance membership at this nationally-recognized destination. The Club at Las Campanas offers an extraordinary setting to enjoy an ideal life in Santa Fe. Recognized as a Platinum Club of America for 2014-2018, the Club's amenities include two championship Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Courses; a Fitness, Tennis and Spa facility with seven synthetic clay courts, a well-equipped fitness center and professionally staffed Spa; and one of the finest Equestrian facilities in the Southwest.
Fix My Roof, LLC, Update: John Grisak, President of Fix My Roof, LLC, will address the show theme by underscoring his company's commitment to environmentally respectful roof restoration, as well as his personal role—in the spirit of the mission of Earth Day—to give back to local community non-profits. To date, Fix My Roof, LLC, has provided over $150,000 to not-for-profit organizations in the Santa Fe region. Whether your roof is currently leaking or you would like to restore your roof before it fails, Fix My Roof is seen as the right choice by many consumers. Their materials, workmanship and warranty are considered by many to be superior. Fix My Roof’s IntegriGuard Silicone Membranes protect buildings from water damage and UV deterioration, and saves money by improving energy efficiency and eliminating maintenance costs.
Open House of the Week: Rey will review the attributes of 32 Koshari with his Sotheby’s International Realty broker colleague Darlene Streit. This three-bedroom, four-bath home—currently under construction in the Santa Fe neighborhood of Las Campanas—will combine classic Santa Fe style and up-to-date touches.

In the second hour of the show, Rey will be joined by Mary Kay Root and Martin Brown, Principals atWestern Life Camp, for a continuation of the Earth Day-themed discussion of the first hour of the program. Nestled in the cool mountains of Northern New Mexico, Western Life Camp is the perfect setting for summer retreats, family reunions, group events, and getaways. The camp offers accommodations for up to 100 people, including bunkhouses, central kitchen, dining hall, and a large grassy field. The camp's property borders the Santa Fe National Forest and the Gallinas River. There's a barbecue pit down by the river, and campfire site circled by tall pines on a hillside. The camp's one-acre grassy field is perfect for team sports from volleyball to soccer to Frisbee. With hiking, fishing, quiet relaxation and nighttime stargazing, there's something for folks of all ages to enjoy. Today, Western Life Camp has many repeat family reunion groups, church retreats, and sports groups, and they often meet folks who attended the camp as youngsters and come up to reminisce about their past experiences.
As always, listener email questions and comments are welcome during the broadcast. Join in the conversation by calling Rey with your own questions or comments at 505-989-8900 or you can email Rey at: rpost@atreradio.com.
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