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Rey Post brings more than 30 years of marketing experience to his buyer and seller transactions. Prior to gaining his associate broker license in New Mexico, Rey was a successful real estate agent in Washington, DC. 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. 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 of the All Things Real Estate (ATRE) radio show, blog, and ATREradio.com, which launched in Santa Fe in June 2009. Rey hosts the radio show, which simulcasts on Sunday’s at noon (MST), on stations 1260-AM and 103.7-FM, and streams on SantaFe.com. The live radio show features interviews on a variety of current topics, with some of the nation’s best business, non-profit, community, and real estate leaders. The ATRE blog and website offer valuable real estate advice and information for home owners, buyers, and sellers. The radio show is promoted nationally and delivers content to consumers each week, via the use of audio podcasts.
Rey believes strongly in giving back to the local community. He is a former board of directors member of Washington, DC's adult literacy foundation, The Academy of Hope. Using his ATRE program as a way to lend support, Rey has offered air time to a variety of Northern New Mexico non-profit and community organizations, including Cornerstones Community Partnerships, Think New Mexico, Las Campanas Compadres, the Santa Fe Concorso, Kitchen Angels, Creative Santa Fe, and Dollars4Schools.
The Mayor of Santa Fe, Alan Webber, has offered commentary on the ATRE radio show since he was first elected in 2018. Additionally, the town of Taos collaborated with ATRE on a year-long information series, sponsored by the Taos Ski Valley, called This Is Taos, offering useful community and real estate information about the historic Northern New Mexico town. Non-profit organizations which support the monthly series include the Taos Center for the Arts, Taos Arts Council, Taos Gallery Association, and Taos Opera Institute, as well as the Strong at Heart and Taos MainStreet Accelerator projects.