Radio Show: 9/26 Mayor Robert Restaino

Your host, Peter Hunt, welcomes Mayor Robert Restaino to the show.

Mayor Robert Restaino is the Mayor of the City of Niagara Falls.

Together, Peter and Mayor Restiano discuss the City of Niagara Falls in the past and present, and how the ongoing pandemic is impacting the City of Niagara Falls.


6/22 Radio Show: Michael Kelleher & James Hoffman

Guest host, Linda Mallia, welcomes Michael Kelleher & James Hoffman to the show.

Michael Kelleher is an attorney with HoganWillig, PLLC. James Hoffman is one of our leading real estate professionals working out of our Williamsville Clarence office.

Together, Linda leads the discussion on the current real estate market and the lowered interest rates.

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


6/15 Radio Show: Michael Burke & Janet Gosch

Guest Host, Susan Ballard, welcomes Michael Burke & Janet Gosch to the show.

Michael Burke & Janet Gosch are Licensed Real Estate Professionals working out of the Williamsville Clarence office.

Together, Susan leads the discussion on the WNY real estate and the importance of utilizing a real estate agent to help you buy or sell a house.

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


6/8 Radio Show: William Hibbard & Steve Fitzmaurice

Your host, Peter Hunt, welcomes Bill Hibbard & Steve Fitzmaurice to the show.

Bill Hibbard is President and General Manager of HUNT Property Solutions. He has more than 20 years of experience in facility management, engineering, construction management, and energy management services.

Steve Fitzmaurice is a property manager with HUNT Property Solutions.

Together, Peter leads the discussion on investment properties.

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


5/4 Radio Show: Robert Shibley

Your host, Peter Hunt, welcomes Robert Shibley to the show.

Robert Shibley is the Dean and Professor of the School of Architecture, Planning and Real Estate at the University of Buffalo.

Together, Peter and Bob discussed details on the new design and reconstruction of LaSalle Park on Buffalo’s waterfront. The park is to be renamed “Ralph C. Wilson Park”. The project will begin in 2 years and will take about 2 years and $50 million to complete.

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