Albuquerque-based Commercial Real Estate Expert Vic Bruno Discusses What Investors and Policymakers should do in today’s Market

(Albuquerque) – Victor Bruno is one of the best-known and most respected commercial real estate brokers in Albuquerque and the entire state of New Mexico. He has been involved in commercial real estate in Albuquerque since 1973. Bruno will be discussing the local real estate marketplace and how national and global events are impacting the industry. A member of the Rio Grande Foundation’s board of directors, Bruno will especially emphasize the public policy decisions that have led us to the current situation.
• What: Discussion of current and future issues facing Albuquerque’s commercial real estate market with Victor Bruno
• When: Wednesday, June 24 from 7am to 8:15am;
• Where: The Albuquerque Museum located at 2000 Mountain Road, NW at the edge of Old Town Albuquerque;
• Cost is $10 payable at the door or at the Rio Grande Foundation website, continental breakfast will be provided.
Bruno’s presentation, “Don’t worry, be wary,” will help the general public and the practitioner alike learn the answers to the following questions.
• Who Are the Players? …. A description of who the many players in real estate are and what roles they play. (this will include government and politicians as players);
• What Happened? …. A reflection on the bubble years and how we got there;
• Where Are We Now? …. An update on present conditions (to include not only economic stats on real estate but a brief run down on local government overreach – issues like impact fees, smart growth, downtown revitalization, west side mess, Mesa del Sol and Suncal);
• Where Are We Headed? …. Nearly everyone says commercial real estate is about to tank and if so, why?
• What should we do next?
To attend this event, please reserve your seat for $10 at our website at If you’d like to pay at the door, email us at or call us at 505-264-6090.