HUNT Real Estate ERA announces the retention of Jay Teresi as a Growth Consultant for the company. Teresi has extensive experience in real estate, most recently having held Regional Vice President roles for over 10 years at two large independent brokerages in Rochester, New York.
In his consulting role with HUNT, Teresi will work with the organization’s leadership team to implement and execute the company’s growth plan. Teresi will also work individually with the members of the management team to hone their business development and leadership skills.
“At HUNT, we have a growth imperative, which requires that we attract the very best people in the industry,” said Peter Hunt, Chairman and CEO of HUNT Real Estate. “Jay’s track record speaks for itself and speaks to the expertise we need to move our organization through this new decade and beyond. We are excited to welcome Jay to the HUNT Real Estate team.”
“After getting to know the HUNT organization and its people, it is clear we share the same vision to offer the best consumer and agent experience in an evolving industry, and I am excited to be a part of that team,” said Teresi.
HUNT Real Estate Corporation is a proud sponsor of the 2019 Decorators’ Show House.
This is the 20th Decorators’ Show House. This collaboration between the Junior League of Buffalo and the Buffalo News has been happening since 1981, and has raised more than than $4.1 million dollars for the WNY community.
“This arts-and-crafts style home was designed by architect Ulysses G. Orr in 1910. The house is three stories and boasts multiple fireplaces, over 100 windows, a pool, and many original architectural details. The house’s namesake and original owner, William Palmer, was a prominent florist in Buffalo. The house is located at 288 Lincoln Pkwy, Buffalo, NY. The fully decorated Show House will be open to the public on April 27 – May 19, 2019.
Tickets to the Show House are non-refundable. The Junior League of Buffalo is not responsible for lost or stolen tickets. The Show House is not wheelchair accessible and children under 10 are not permitted.”