All Things Real Estate: Second Hour - May 24, 2020

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In the second hour of the show, join Rey and his guest co-host Kevin Skelly, Master Builder and Principal at home construction firm K.M. Skelly, Inc., for a continuation of the Memorial Day-themed discussion, with commentary on the impact of the ongoing coronavirus situation. Kevin will speak to how he and his home design and construction team are continuing in their client efforts, while observing social distancing requirements dictated by our current health situation. Also included in the conversation will be a review of Kevin’s roster of residential building projects in 2020. 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, is continuing his commentator role in 2020 on the “All Things Real Estate” radio show, offering his valuable and well-regarded observations on a variety of home construction issues.


Sassella And Sazon Restaurants Support Community:

In the ongoing efforts of “All Things real Estate” to offer air time to organizations assisting the community during the coronavirus situation, Rey will interview Lawrence Becerra, co-owner of the Santa Fe restaurants of Sassella and Sazon. In partnership with Sothern Glazer Wine, Lawrence and his teams at the restaurants have delivered 82 meals per day for 31 days (for a total of 2,565 meals) to first responder staff at the CHRISTUS St. Vincent Medical Center, as they address in-patient and emergency services needs during our health crisis. Lawrence and his colleagues have raised $46,175, in support of the meal delivery effort, and are still taking donations from the public to aid this ongoing endeavor (go to the “First Responder Meal” drop-down at the Sassella website).