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Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Peter Hunt Named One of the Most Powerful People in Real Estate

Chairman and CEO Peter Hunt of HUNT Real Estate ERA
Buffalo, N.Y. – January, 19, 2016 – Chairman and CEO Peter Hunt of HUNT Real Estate ERA has been recognized as one of the 200 Most Powerful People in Residential Real Estate by the Swanepoel Power 200 (www.swanepoel.com/power200/2016). The 2015/16 edition of the Power 200 includes real estate leaders from organizations throughout the United States and Canada, including Realogy, Zillow, the National Association of REALTORS®, Trulia, and Move, Inc.

“I’m honored to be included among this esteemed group of industry leaders,” said Hunt. “It’s gratifying to know that the accomplishments of our organization are worthy of this national attention.”

The Power 200 takes multiple factors into consideration to compile their annual ranking, including the organization's significance and contribution to the industry, the company's geographic reach, the individual's personal influence, his/her tenure in the industry, ownership and activities during the past year, as well as future growth and potential.



About HUNT Real Estate ERA
HUNT Real Estate Corporation is the parent company of HUNT Real Estate ERA and operates over 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 by REALTrends. HUNT also operates a commercial brokerage, mortgage banking firm, two insurance agencies, title agency, an award-winning 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 www.huntrealestate.com.


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