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Coming off best year ever, HUNT Realty will give back

HUNT Real Estate ERA Perinton office

HUNT Real Estate ERA was the top-ranked family owned realty firm headquartered in New York based on 2019 sales data compiled by REAL Trends.

REAL Trends ranked the top 500 firms in the country in transactions and sales volume. Buffalo-based HUNT ranked 35th overall in transactions (13,469) and 74th in volume ($2.87 billion). Both were the highest totals among state-based, family owned firms.

“Thanks to our exceptional leadership and highly productive sales professionals, 2019 was the best year in our company’s 108-year history,” Peter Hunt, Chairman and CEO of HUNT Real Estate ERA, said in a news release.

HUNT will help pay back medical professionals and first responders in the Rochester area starting on Monday by opening $500 tabs at three restaurants convenient to hospitals.

To have Hunt pick up the tab, medical professionals and first responders must call ahead to order, say put it on the HUNT tab and then show proper work identification upon pickup.

The tabs will be at The Pasta Villa at 1313 E. Ridge Rd. in Irondequoit (585-266-2676), Elmwood Inn at 1256 Mt. Hope Ave. in Rochester (585-271-5195) and Grind-On Coffee at 212 S. Main St. in Newark (315-331-3133).

Among other firms with a major presence in Rochester, Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, with headquarters in Pittsburgh, ranked highest among independent firms (No. 4 in the nation in transactions with 100,589 and No. 7 in sales volume at $22.4 billion).

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