Monthly Archives: October 2021


By Rey Post
Associate Broker, Sotheby’s International Realty
Host of the “All Things Real Estate” Radio Show
October 17, 2021 

The “All Things Real Estate radio show airs this Sunday, October 17 (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.

In the first hour of the show, join Rey and his guest co-host Stephen Etre, owner of Stephen’s, A Consignment Gallery, and their guests for a discussion of real estate, community and business issues, inspired by a special event.

October 17, 1965, was the final day of the 1964/1965 New York World’s Fair, staged in Queens, New York City. The Fair was dedicated to “Man’s Achievement on a Shrinking Globe in an Expanding Universe,” offering a showcase of mid-20th-century American culture and technology. The event had 140 pavilions; with 37 nations hosting their own; and 24 U.S. states (including New Mexico), and drew a total of 51 million attendees.

According to people remember how much the Fair represented an era to millions of Americans. This theme, 56 years ago, spoke to a time when the possibilities of the future looked so bright, and seemed to be just around the corner.

Marking this occasion, Rey and his guests will discuss how the theme of the 1964/1965 World’s Fair, applies nicely to the good works and optimism of those who work today in real estate, business, and community organizations.

Stephen’s, A Consignment Gallery Review:

Acknowledging the show theme, Rey and Stephen will also discuss how the 56th anniversary of the closing of the World’s Fair, reflects on the gallery’s annual “Fall Sale” being staged this weekend. This special event attracts consumers from all over the region, and underscores 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’s conversation will also preview the gallery’s ongoing estate sales events offered to the public. In addition, Rey and Stephen will 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 will also remind the audience on how he and his team continue to practice social distancing procedures, to make shopping at the gallery, as safe and secure as possible. 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. For more than twelve years, Stephen’s gallery has served as one of the major corporate supporters of, and content contributors to ATRE.

The SFAHBA Monthly Report:

Miles Conway, the Executive Officer of the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association (SFAHBA), will join Rey in a conversation about the show theme, and its application to the creative work of professional home builders. Miles will also highlight the elements of the SFAHBA’s October 31st “Halloween Trunk-or-Treat” event, being staged at the association’s Santa Fe headquarter parking lot (2520 Camino Entrada), from noon to 4pm. The event is open to the public and features a cornhole tourney, a costume contest, Frito pies, and lots of fun for kids of all ages. Go to for more information. Miles will also share information about other SFAHBA activities that will fill the association’s agenda for the remainder of 2021. 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 12+ years.

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 108 La Loma Plaza with his Sotheby’s International Realty broker colleague Katherine Blagden. Rey will also ask Katherine to reflect on the state of the real estate market as we continue through the fall season. Regarding Katherine’s listing–Located in the La Loma Plaza historic district and walkable to everywhere in central Taos, this two-bedroom, one-bath adobe was built circa 1795 and is on the National Register of historic places. Portions of “Casa Grantham” may date to the establishment of the original Taos Plaza. Perhaps Kit Carson hung out here! Entering through a blue gate and into a private walled front courtyard with a huge ancient shade tree, one enters another era with the thick adobe walls, wide plank floors, ancient vigas and roughhewn split cedar ceilings, sweet nichos and kiva fireplaces. This special home is authentic and classic old New Mexico. The main bedroom is large and has lovely views to Taos Mountain as well as a cozy gas fireplace for heat. There is a large closet/laundry area adjacent and a full bath. The second bedroom would also make an intimate study or office with bookshelves. This leads into the living room with a corner kiva and access to the sweet eat in kitchen with a very special tiny fireplace by the dining table, butcher block counters, gas stove and access to the large back yard with plenty of room to add a garage or casita. The back yard is South facing with some more mountain views, and a small storage shed that is attached to the house. Truly a Taos treasure of a home!

In the second hour of the show, join Rey and his special guest Ned Jacobs from the Quezada Jacobs Family Allstate Insurance Agency. Besides reflecting on the show theme, Ned will also share an abundant amount of information on a variety of insurance related matters of importance to home owners, buyers, sellers and renters. Rey and Ned will not only review the value of home insurance, and other products that offer protection and manage risk, but will give attention to the Allstate/Costco protection plan. In addition, Ned will offer some thoughts on not only the future of insurance, but also Allstate’s process of relying upon analytics to help streamline insurance policies. The Quezada Jacobs Family Allstate Insurance Agency, offers a range of products including home, condo, renter, auto, life and business insurance, designed to protect a consumer, personally and financially.

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

The Realogy Disaster Relief Fund has been activated with the sole purpose of providing much-needed financial assistance to help those in need who are not covered by personal insurance policies. You may make a tax-deductible donation to the fund. The Realogy Disaster Relief Fund is managed through the Realogy Charitable Foundation. In donating to the Fund, 100 percent of the money will be disbursed to those who are affected by declared federal disasters. Click here to donate to the Realogy Disaster Relief Fund. Realogy Holdings Corp. delivers its real estate services through its well-known industry brands including Sotheby’s International Realty®.

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