Who’s Moved to HUNT Real Estate ERA

We are pleased to welcome the following sales professionals to the HUNT Real Estate ERA family. Their association further affirms our commitment to offering the highest level of service to our clients.



Central New York




The HUNT® Reputation
Rankings & Accolades

  • #1 Family-Owned and Operated Real Estate Firm in New York State
  • Top-Ranked Broker in the ERA Real Estate network 
  • Ranked #43 on REAL Trends Top 500 Brokerages Survey* 
  • Gene Francis Memorial Award Winner Honoring ERA’s Top All-Around Company 
  • Member of Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate 
  • Ranked one of Western New York’s Fastest-Growing Companies

The Most Productive Agents 

  • 1600 Licensed Real Estate Professionals in 50+ Branches
  • 13,000+ Transactions
  • $3.3 Billion in Closed Sales
  • Per Person Productivity of Nearly 9 Transactions

If you’re ready to take advantage of everything we have to offer AND make more money, join HUNT Real Estate ERA today!

*Source: 2021 REAL Trends 500 | Ranked by Closed Transaction Sides

9/4 Radio Show: Edwin “Tim” Johnston III

Your host, Peter Hunt, welcomes Edwin “Tim” Johnston III, Founder & Managing Partner of Sandhill Investment Management. 

Peter and Stephen discuss Sandhill Investment Management and the state of the investment market.


Why You Should Sell Your Home This Fall

Believe it or not, summer is almost over and fall is on its way. Traditionally, fall has not been the first choice for sellers. But with the housing market still as hot as ever, many homeowners may consider listing their homes this season. Here’s why the fall is a great time to sell your home.

brick front step of home with white door. Orange and red fall leaves, pumpkins, mums, and a lantern.

Why list in the fall?

There are plenty of good reasons to list your home in the fall. First, the leaves can make a stunning backdrop to showcase your home in a whole new light for photographs. Buyers are ready to buy before the holiday season hits. What does this mean for sellers? Your potential buyers are likely prepared and serious buyers, not just casual lookers.

Another common misconception is that buyers are only looking to move before the school year. But only 40% of buyers in 2020 had children under the age of 18, according to Zillow’s Consumer Housing Trends Report. This means there are many potential homebuyers that may not have the school year to consider when buying a home.

The market is still

Get your home ready to sell this fall.

Pay Attention to the Exterior.

Fall comes with a much needed reprieve from the heat. But it also comes with a lot more environmental factors to consider. Falling leaves make a stunning backdrop for your home’s photos, but they can also be a hazard when you have showings or an open house. Make sure all of your walkways are cleared before potential buyers come through. Also ensure that your exterior lights are working. With the days becoming shorter, your showings could run into the evening. Since days won’t be as long as they were in the summer, your potential buyers will need to see where they’re going.

Add some decor.

Get festive with a few decorations to make your home a cozy spot for potential buyers. Add a seasonal wreath, place some pumpkins along your walkway, or invest in some mums to add some pops of color. Place a mat at your door to welcome guests and remind them to leave their shoes outside the home, if you so choose.

Home Maintenance

Make repairs to any loose bricks or hazards that may be on your walkways, as they may become less visible with any sort of ground cover (think leaves, sticks, etc.). Check your HVAC system and make sure you don’t need a tune-up before the winter season. Check your roof and make sure there aren’t any leaks. Falling leaves can clog up your gutters which can lead to flooding outside and inside your home, so make sure you are cleaning them on a regular basis.

If you’re interested in learning more about the selling process, be sure to check out a few of our latest bogs: 

8/21 Radio Show: Rocco Termini

Stephen Hunt sits in for your host, Peter Hunt, and welcomes Rocco Termini, President of Signature Development.

Stephen and Rocco discuss parking in Buffalo, and building and developing downtown Buffalo.


8/7 Radio Show: Stephen Tucker

Your host, Peter Hunt, welcomes Stephen Tucker – President & CEO of Northland Workforce Training Center.

Peter and Stephen discuss what the Northland Workforce Training Center does for the community and the Buffalo job market.


39 HUNT Sales Professionals Make the List of Who’s Who in Real Estate in WNY

Business First has just released its list of Who’s Who in Real Estate, and this year HUNT has 39 real estate professionals on the list of 146 agents.

“To qualify for the list, agents must have had more than $6 million in sales and/or 50 sides in 2019. Side is an industry term that refers to an agent’s representation of a buyer and/or seller in a real estate transaction.”



7/31 Radio Show: Michael Weiner

Your host, Peter Hunt, welcomes Michael Weiner – President & CEO – United Way of Buffalo & Erie County. 

Peter and Michael discuss how Michael ended up in Buffalo and his career and how the pandemic has impacted the United Way. 


7/10 Radio Show: Mike Buczkowski

Your host, Peter Hunt, welcomes Mike Buczkowski – President, Rich Baseball Operations.

Peter leads the discussion on what happened over the course of the previous year and how the Buffalo Bisons Baseball team has navigated the pandemic. 

7/24 Radio Show: James Walfrand and Steve Hunt

Your host, Peter Hunt, welcomes James Walfrand, President of The Village Co-op Market of Williamsville, and Steve Hunt, Licensed Associate Broker with HUNT Commercial.

Peter leads the discussion on how people engage in shopping for groceries, what the co-op does for the community, and the commercial real estate market.