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Friday, April 3, 2015


BUFFALO, NY – April 3, 2015 – HUNT Real Estate ERA ( announced this week that through the donations of its agents and employees, and the contributions from sponsors and participants of its charitable events, the company raised $45,440 for the United Way of Buffalo & Erie County in 2014.

HUNT Real Estate held a number of successful fundraising events last year, including their annual Golf Tournament & Wine Tour, and participating in the United Way Pledge Drive.

“The generosity of our staff and our corporate partners last year was remarkable, not just in monetary terms, but also in the commitment of their personal time to help this very worthy cause,” said Peter Hunt, Chairman & CEO of Hunt Real Estate ERA. “We're looking forward to making 2015 another record year for HUNT Real Estate's contributions to the United Way.”

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 has raised over $712,000 for the organization.

About HUNT Real Estate ERA
HUNT Real Estate Corporation is the parent company of HUNT Real Estate ERA and operates nearly 40 branches throughout western, central, and upstate New York, and Phoenix, Arizona. Founded in 1911, HUNT Real Estate ERA is the largest family-owned and operated real estate company in the area and is ranked the 45th largest real estate firm in the nation for closed transactions in 2014 by REALTrends. HUNT also operates a commercial brokerage, mortgage banking firm, two insurance agencies, title agency, a relocation division, residential building company, and a fee-for-service brokerage. HUNT’s mission is to build its presence through successful sales associates, to grow profitably, and to provide the highest quality of real estate and homeownership services. For more information about HUNT Real Estate, visit

Contact: Dan Mirsky
Marketing Director, HUNT Real Estate ERA
(716) 880-1514

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