Monday, October 5, 2015

10/3 Radio Show: Rocco Termini

Your Host, Peter Hunt, welcomes Rocoo Termini to the show!

Rocco Termini is developer of Signature Buffalo.

Together, Peter leads the discussion on the new construction of micro apartments in downtown Buffalo.

To find out more, listen to this week's show! 

Friday, October 2, 2015

Featured Open House

HUNT OPEN HOUSE OF THE WEEK: 9680 Rocky Point, Clarence
Open Sunday (9/13) from 12:00-2:00PM

Welcome to 9680 Rocky Point in Clarence
Magnificent Jurek built home on private, wooded lot boasts numerous updates including the exquisite cherry kitchen, granites, Subzero appliances, roof, carpeting, fixtures, paint and much more. Features a gorgeous custom moldings and trim, two custom fireplaces, arched entries, sweeping staircase, soaring ceilings, panoramic wall of windows and columns. Hardwood floors throughout the foyer, LR, DR and study. Stunning master suite with 2nd ensuite, covered terrace and exercise room. Stop in to tour this spectacular home this Sunday (10/4) from 1-3PM.

Offered at $724,900

This home is listed by Sharon Frisicaro, Williamsville/Clarence Office

To see our collection of HUNT luxury properties, check out our online Distinctive Properties Magazine.

Monday, September 28, 2015

9/26 Radio Show: Kelly Spurlock and Sarah Klaiber

Guest Host, Bob Scholz, welcomes Kelly Spurlock and Sarah Klaiber to the show.

Kelly Spurlock is Branch Director at our Akron and Williamsville Clarence Branches.

Sarah Klaiber is one of our Business Development Managers working in the Buffalo/Niagara Region.

Together, Bob leads the discussion on a career in real estate.

To find out more, listen to this week's show! 

Friday, September 25, 2015


HUNT Real Estate Corporation recently held its annual Golf Tournament & Wine Tour, benefiting the United Way. Through contributions from sponsors, participants, and HUNT sales professionals and employees, this year’s event raised $28,500 for the United Way of Buffalo & Erie County. This is the 19th year HUNT has put on this event and, in total, they’ve raised over $350,000 through this annual fundraiser.

“None of this would have been possible without the generosity of our corporate partners and the dedication of our staff,” said Peter Hunt, Chairman & CEO of Hunt Real Estate Corp. “We are grateful for all of their donations and support - not just in monetary terms, but also in the commitment of their personal time to help this very worthy cause.”

“Western New York is an extraordinarily generous community. We are very grateful for the hardworking people at HUNT Real Estate who donate not only to our annual campaign but also their time and energy to the United Way every year through this successful golf tournament,” said Michael Weiner, president of United Way of Buffalo & Erie County. “I want to personally thank HUNT Real Estate and its leadership for raising their hands and helping us achieve meaningful results in our community.”

For over 20 years, HUNT Real Estate has been one of the United Way of Buffalo & Erie County’s largest charitable supporters. Since the United Way began keeping electronic records in 1994, HUNT Real Estate Corporation has raised over $730,000 for the organization.

“We value our partnership with the United Way because of their deep-rooted commitment to improving our community and creating more opportunities for the people who live here,” remarked Hunt. “Our mission is to make 2015 another record year for HUNT Real Estate’s contributions to the United Way, and the success of this event is a big step towards us achieving that goal.”

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Fall Foliage: Leaf Peeping in Western New York

Crisp air, warm beverages, bonfires, pumpkin spice everything and leaves in vibrant shades of red, yellow, orange and gold – fall is here and there’s no better time to see New York.

Bask in the beauty of nature by taking a scenic drive, riding the rails on a train tour, boarding a boat, jumping in a hot air balloon or snuggling on the back of a hayride. There are so many places to see and ways to see them; you’ll need to start planning now to fit in all of your autumn adventures.

Greater Niagara

The falls are gorgeous any time of year, but during the fall the forest surrounding them comes alive with beautiful autumn hues. Peer at the falls from the Hurricane Deck on a Cave-of-Winds Tour or board the Maid of the Mist and get a different perspective from the water.

Lewiston visitors can get up close and personal with nature and learn about the history of secrets that haunt the city on the Marble Orchard Ghost Walks. The walks have become a popular autumn destination in Western New York and are a great way to introduce visitors to Lewiston’s rich, exciting and spooky history. Tours run through October 24th.

Finger Lakes

If you’re looking for options on how to best go leaf peeping this fall, the Finger Lakes region has got them.

Climb aboard a steam train at the Arcade and Attica Railroad. Not only is it a great way to see the foliage, you can also book your seat for one of their exciting themed event like Ale on the Rails, Halloween Haunted House, and North Pole Express. They even have a special run for leaf peepers in October.

Soar above the trees at Balloons Over Letchworth. From the sky you can experience breathtaking views of fall foliage and waterfalls in Letchworth State Park and glide over the dazzling 17-mile Genesee Gorge, referred to as the “Grand Canyon of the East.” For those of you who prefer to stay grounded, take a hike along the gorge. It’s the perfect place for a fall picnic among the autumn leaves.

Hikers can also road trip to Ithaca, home of New York’s highest waterfall, Taughannock Falls. Three stories taller than Niagara Falls, Taughannock Falls is well worth the drive. The State Park also has plenty of camp sites and cabins so you can spend a weekend enjoying the cool temperatures and rusty hues.

Chautauqua – Allegheny

Autumn doesn’t just mean beautiful sights; it also means tasty treats. Tour the many farmers markets on New York’s Amish Trail and pick up everything from pumpkins and fudge to handmade quilts and furniture, all while admiring the blazing red and gold leaves in Cattaraugus County.

Expert and amateur sommeliers will fall in love with Lake Erie Wine Country. Check the upcoming events at any of the 24 wineries on the trail, along with the New York foliage report and plan a relaxing weekend with plenty of time to sit back and gaze at the autumn leaves with an exquisite local wine in hand.