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After visiting Santa Fe in 2001, Rey resolved to make New Mexico his home. After being a successful real estate agent in Washington, DC, Rey brings more than 25 years of marketing experience to his buyer and seller transactions. Listening to the expressed desires of his clients, Rey has earned high marks for his ability to make each real estate experience clear, concise and enjoyable. Constantly developing new client business in the greater Santa Fe area, Rey also remains very active with his real estate practice in the East, and has helped out-of-town investors, second home and permanent home buyers find their perfect property in Santa Fe. Rey provides a range of real estate services to his New Mexico, national and international clients, whether they are buying or selling land, a condominium, a single-family home or commercial property. With an easy-going, professional style, Rey brings knowledge and a level of maturity to his work that helps guarantee a rewarding outcome for his clients' real estate endeavors.
Rey is the creator and host of the All Things Real Estate radio show that airs live each Sunday at noon on Talk 1260 KTRC-AM, Santa Fe's #1 newstalk station, and it can also be heard via the internet at www.ATREradio.com. The show, which launched on June 7, 2009, offers timely real estate advice in a fast-paced, listener-interactive format. Rey also serves as the Managing Editor of the free monthly All Things Real Estate newsletter. All of the radio shows, whether in the studio or at interesting remote locations, are videotaped and available for viewing on the KTRC/All Things Real Estate channel on www.santafe.com. Rey also videotapes interviews with a variety of business leaders, nationally known experts and consumers, and offers this timely real estate commentary via a variety of social media websites.
A former member of the board of directors of Washington, DC's adult literacy foundation, The Academy of Hope, Rey believes strongly in giving back to the local community. Besides being a financial supporter of various Santa Fe-based non-profit organizations, Rey offers volunteer fundraising counsel to the Santa Fe Farmers' Market Institute (www.santafefarmersmarket.com) as well as business development input to a Santa Fe art gallery.