This Sunday, Join All Things Real Estate Radio Show Host Rey Post, And Miles Conway Of The Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association, Stephen Etre of Stephen’s, A Consignment Gallery, And Abenicio Baldonado of Think New Mexico, For An “Olympics” Themed Show On Real Estate, Business And Community Issues.

By Rey Post
Associate Broker, Sotheby’s International Realty
Host of the “All Things Real Estate” Radio Show
July 18, 2021 

The “All Things Real Estate radio show airs this Sunday, July 18 (12-2pm Mountain Time) on Santa Fe’s Talk 1260 AM KTRC and 103.7-FM, and streams on, as well as via the “Listen Now” link at

This weekly radio show features host and Sotheby’s International Realty’s Associate Broker Rey Post (NM REC License #45660), as well as a variety of special guests who offer news, information, and commentary on current real estate, business, and community issues, important to homeowners, buyers, and sellers.

The postponed 2020 Summer Olympics (due to the COVID 19 pandemic), is an international multi-sport event, now scheduled to be held from July 23rd to August 8th in Tokyo, Japan. Olympism–highlighted in the Olympic Charter–has three core values: excellence, friendship and respect. Olympism also promotes, among other things, teamwork and education, with an eye towards building a better world.

In the first hour of the show, Rey and his guest co-host Miles Conway, Executive Officer of the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association (SFAHBA), and their guests, will speak to how Olympic values can inspire the day-to-day work activities of real estate professionals.

The SFAHBA’s “Haciendas, A Parade of Homes” Tour:

Miles will apply the show theme to the staging of this year’s edition of the “Haciendas, A Parade of Homes” tour, being staged August 13-15 and 20-22 . Join the Parade to experience Santa Fe Style, and see some of the very best homes built in our nation. Witness in-person the cutting-edge design, old-world craftsmanship handed down through generations, and the innovative use of materials that continue to make homes constructed in Santa Fe famous. This world-class event, spread over two long weekends in August, is a must-see! Professionals in design and construction, green builders, architects, next-generation innovators, and visitors from around the world look forward to attending this summer’s Parade event. On August 15th, the ATRE show will return to the Parade–postponed in August 2020 due to COVID-19–by airing a remote broadcast from one of the featured homes in this year’s event. That show will feature a number of special guest commentators, including SFAHBA members, as well as real estate and business professionals, and community leaders. Rey is proud of the fact that the SFAHBA has been a supporter of, and content provider to the ATRE radio show for the past 11 years.

Stephen’s, A Consignment Gallery Estate Sales:

Rey will ask Stephen Etre, owner of Stephen’s, A Consignment Gallery, to reflect on the “Olympic quality” nature of one of his gallery’s most popular events: estate sales. These well-regarded events attract consumers from all over the region and underscore why the gallery has become a popular destination for nearly four decades, to not only those who own, buy, or sell homes, but also all of those who practice real estate as a trade. Rey and Stephen will also discuss the gallery’s proud tradition of “giving back” to Santa Fe, including the support of local charities, as well as cultural and educational organizations. This is reflected in the gallery team’s deep commitment to building local, and sustainable community relationships. Stephen’s gallery brings more than 14,000 square feet of display space, providing a wide variety of unique items, including furniture, antiques, art, estate items, jewelry, and home accessories. The gallery has been one of the major corporate supporters of, and Stephen has been a content contributor to the ATRE program, since the show first launched in 2009.

Rey’s “Real Estate Recommendation”:

Rey’s weekly real estate recommendation offers information on a variety of timely home buying and selling, community and business issues that impact the lives and work of consumers and real estate professionals. Rey’s commentary will include observations on the element of broker teamwork, and the professional assistance the marketing and administrative staff at the Santa Fe office of Sotheby’s International Realty bring to their interaction with the company’s brokers and clients.

Broker Reflections and Property of the Week

Rey will review the attributes of 0 Rio Grande Adobe Home with his Sotheby’s International Realty broker colleague David Cordova. Rey will also ask David to reflect on the state of the real estate market in July, as well as other elements of marketing a home in our current environment. Regarding David’s listing-–Located near Taos, and close to Velarde, New Mexico, is this secluded adobe estate near the Rio Grande in El Guique. The property is nestled within the spectacular landscapes of the Rio Grande River valley and the volcanic Black Mesa plateau. The 1.1-acre property is fenced and gated, and bounded by the Acequia del Ancón irrigation ditch. Fully landscaped with a grass lawn, fields of ivy, mint, and herbs, rows of evergreens, ancient box-elder, locust trees, and mature fruit trees, all served by sprinkler and drip irrigation systems. The two side-by-side houses were built around 1750, for members of an extended family, and have been restored carefully to maintain the integrity and beauty of the original adobe architecture, while incorporating modern and extensive restoration. Each house measures close to 1,800 square feet with thick adobe walls and 10-foot-high ceilings formed by original vigas, and wood floors throughout both houses. The houses can be configured in a variety of fashions. Presently the main house comprises a large eat-in kitchen with an additional seating area at the corner fireplace, a spacious dining room with large windows overlooking the lawn, a living room with traditional fireplace and banco, and a large bedroom. The second house contains a vast artist’s studio, a library with kitchenette and dining area, and a guest bedroom. The entire property is fenced for complete privacy. This is an artist’s dream! A must see!

In the second hour of the show, join Rey and his special guest, Abenicio Baldonado, Think New Mexico’s first ever Education Reform Director. Abenicio grew up in Las Vegas, New Mexico, where he is a proud graduate of Robertson High School. He earned a BA in political science and Master of Public Affairs degree from Highlands University. Abenicio went on to teach government, economics, and history in a public New Mexico charter school, and later chaired the governing board of that school. He previously served as an Ethics Officer for the Secretary of State’s Office and as the Legislative Liaison at the New Mexico Public Education Department under both Republican and Democratic administrations. As Think New Mexico’s Education Reform Director, Abenicio will focus full-time on developing and advocating for state and local education policies that will improve the outcomes of New Mexico’s public-school students. He will also work to ensure that the voices of New Mexico’s students and their families are heard in the policymaking process. Rey will explore Abenicio’s work agenda at the non-profit, including his plans to work with the New Mexico Public Education Department to find a path for including financial literacy in the state’s high school performance standards. In this project, Abenicio will also advocate for the enactment of legislation to elevate financial literacy from an elective to a graduation requirement.

ATRE Marks 12 Years Of Airing On June 6, 2021

ATRE began airing in June 2009, with the show broadcasting on more than 625 occasions after its launch date. Mostly in a two-hour format, the show has engaged in conversations with more than 2,700 guest commentators coming from Santa Fe and national real estate, business, governmental, entertainment, and community organizations. Though Rey created the show and has hosted just about every 1st hour (and many of the 2nd-hour broadcasts), a number of professionals have served as special guest hosts for many of the 2nd-hour broadcasts of the show. Rey is honored that ATRE has been embraced by the listening audience, with people in Santa Fe, throughout New Mexico, and across the country selecting the show as a destination each Sunday. He is also very appreciative of the program’s corporate supporters, broadcast professionals at Hutton Broadcasting, and the marketing team at Sotheby’s International Realty, for all that they have done to make the show a success. Here is a link to a press release marking the 12-year anniversary of the program. 

ATRE Wins National Award

In January 2020, RISMedia—the leading information and news provider for the residential real estate industry—named ATRE as one of their “2020 Newsmakers.” Cited as a nationally recognized industry leader, ATRE and others were characterized by RISMedia as “making a difference in the real estate and homeownership sectors, and whose actions have a far-reaching and profound impact on the real estate industry.” ATRE won in the category of “Trendsetters” in real estate, with information on the roster of award designees at, and ATRE recognized at Rey is honored to be a recipient of this special award and thanks all of the professionals who have helped to make ATRE a destination that people go to each week since the show first launched in 2009.

Giving Back to the Community

Since 2009, the “All Things Real Estate” (ATRE) radio show has offered air time to a variety of Santa Fe non-profit and community organizations. Representatives from organizations are able to use the ATRE program to share news and information with northern New Mexico residents about their services and activities. Over the years, some of the highly-regarded non-profit organizations featured on the ATRE program are: Cornerstones Community PartnershipsThink New MexicoLas Campanas Compadres; the Santa Fe Concorso; Kitchen AngelsCreative Santa FeDollars4Schools; and Youthworks. Senior Officers of the CHRISTUS St. Vincent Regional Medical Center, have also served as commentators on the program. In addition, Santa Fe Mayor Alan Webber—who has offered commentary on the show since first elected in 2018—speaks to the programs, events and community activities important to the residents of the city. In 2019, the Town of Taos collaborated with ATRE, in a year-long information series—sponsored by the Taos Ski Valley—called “This Is Taos.” Designed to offer useful information about this historic northern New Mexico community, the monthly show earned high marks from the public. Among the companies and non-profit organizations joining in supporting this monthly show series were: Taos Mesa Brewing; the Taos Center for the Arts; the Taos Arts Council; the Taos Gallery Association; the Taos Opera Institute; as well as Taos Behavioral Health, the Strong at Heart, and Taos MainStreet Accelerator projects.

The Realogy Disaster Relief Fund

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