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Monday, April 14, 2014

4/12 Radio Show: Bill Severyn & Mary Croglio

This week, Peter Hunt welcomes Bill Severyn & Mary Croglio to the show!

Bill Severyn is a Broker Consultant leading our Lancaster office and Mary Croglio is Director of Relocation.

Together, Peter leads the discussion on the current Relocation industry.

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


Monday, April 7, 2014

Radio Show 4/5: Stefan Iwan Mychajliw

This week, Peter Hunt welcomes Stefan Iwan Mychajliw to the show!

Stefan Iwan Mychajliw is the Erie County Controller.

Together, Peter leads the discussion on Erie County budgets.

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



Monday, March 31, 2014

3/29 Radio Show: Mark C. Poloncarz

This week, Peter Hunt welcomes Mark C. Polancarz to the show!

Mark C. Poloncarz is Erie County’s eighth County Executive. Since taking office as Erie County Executive in January 2012, Mark has worked to change the culture of Erie County government and return it to its core mission: provide the programs and services that residents and taxpayers demand as effectively and efficiently as possible.

Together, Peter leads the discussion on Erie County's unemployment drop and growth in the region.

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


Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Support grows for Peter Hunt's Vision



Imagine a Ritz-Carlton Hotel, the biggest condos in Buffalo and a Tiffany’s jewelry store, all in one building, atop a new and much larger Buffalo Niagara Convention Center.

Now put that all in downtown Buffalo, at the foot of Main Street, right next to Canalside. And the building’s already there.

Welcome to Peter F. Hunt’s new high-end vision for Buffalo’s tallest edifice, One Seneca Tower. At 38 stories, it is the most dominant property in the city, with views that extend throughout Western New York and even as far as Toronto when the skies are clear.

But the former One HSBC Center is also 95 percent vacant and in foreclosure, after its three largest tenants all left, leaving only about 20 small offices on the upper floors and barely any tenant revenue. And that has left many real estate observers such as Hunt, chairman and CEO of HUNT Real Estate – as well as developers and rival property owners – concerned, frustrated and perplexed about what to do.

That’s because there simply isn’t enough office demand to fill up the space. Given the building’s size – 851,000 square feet – and the average pace at which Buffalo’s downtown market takes up empty real estate, it would take 10 to 15 years to absorb it. Also, it would need to be updated to try to meet the needs of today’s tenants.

To read the entire article by J. Epstein of The Buffalo News click here.


Monday, March 24, 2014

3/22 Radio Show: James Hoffman

This week, Guest Host Linda Mallia welcomes James Hoffman to the show!

James Hoffman is a Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker working out of our Williamsville Clarence office.

Together, Linda Mallia leads the discussion on our current real estate promotion List Your Home for Free! James Hoffman explains that this promotion is based on performance. You only pay a fee when there is a purchase contract from a Buyer who is ready, willing and able to purchase your home at a price and under terms acceptable to you.

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


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