Find Real Estate Agents and Homes for Sale

Real Estate News --> Delaware News

Esch's Fencing, providing fencing for farms and homes for 30 years

Esch's Fencing LLC. Is your one stop shop and complete source for retail and wholesale fencing needs. The company had been serving Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and New Jersey since 1987 with quality fence products for your child/pet protection.

Archived Story

By Rick Moriarty, Syracuse, N.Y— RealtyUSA, the largest residential real estate broker in New York, has merged into Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, the biggest broker in Pennsylvania and Ohio. The merger was announced in Buffalo by Howard W"Hoddy" Hanna III, chairman of Howard Hanna Real Estate, and Merle LWhitehead, president and CEO of RealtyUSA "I have known and respected the Hanna family for years," Whitehead said in a statement"Their growth in the last decade has been amazing A common theme of commitment to our agents by developing the best in products and services for customers and clients will assure our combined success." The companies said there will be no change in their names or local leadership The RealtyUSA logo will feature the tagline "A Howard Hanna Company." RealtyUSA is the largest residential broker in New York, with 65 offices in Western Central and Northern New York, the Capital Region and the Southern TierIt has more than 2,200 sales associates and employees and is ranked the ninth largest real estate company in the country with 23,023 closed transactions last year. Howard Hanna Real Estate Services has 205 offices in Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, Virginia, Michigan, West Virginia, North Carolina and MarylandIt had no offices in the Syracuse areaThe company has more than 7,100 agents and employees and is ranked the fourth largest real estate company in the country with 66,714 closed transactions last year. The merger makes Howard Hanna the third largest real estate company in the United StatesThe combined companies had $16.2 billion in closed sales volume last year and 89,737 closed transactions Together, the companies have more than 9,000 sales associates and employees in 270 offices Whitehead will become chairman of the combined company in New York and Armand D'Alfonso will be president RealtyUSA was founded in Buffalo in 1959Howard Hanna Real Estate was founded in Pittsburgh in 1957. Howard Hanna Real Estate first entered New York in 2003 in Chautauqua CountyIn May, Nothnagle Realtors merged with it, giving Howard Hanna 32 offices in Western New York, the Southern Tier and Finger Lakes areas. Helen Hanna Casey, president and CEO of the family-owned and operate Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, said an expansion into the Syracuse and Albany metropolitan areas was a logical move for the company. "We made the decision in the mid-1980s to remain independent, with the goal of always being a large regional broker in the Mid-Atlantic, Midwest and Great Lakes regions," she said"And when you find a prominent company that is run with the utmost integrity and is so like-minded with complementary management styles and great managers, it makes sense to come together." Contact Rick Moriarty anytime: Email | Twitter | Facebook | 315-470-3148 View Comments /* */ About Us Advertise with us Jobs at Advance Media New York Contact Us Photo and Page Reprints Newspaper Archives Frequently Asked Questions Submit letter, commentary Subscriptions The Post-Standard ePost-Standard Email Newsletters Sections News Weather Business Sports High School Sports Entertainment Living Opinion Obituaries Jobs Autos Real Estate Rentals Classifieds Shopping Good Deals Local Businesses Mobile iPhone, Android apps | Tablet Apps More on Videos Photos Sitemap & search Sponsor Content Post a job Post a free classified ad Sell your car Sell/rent your home Follow Us Twitter | Facebook | YouTube | Instagram Advance Local Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy

Trending Delaware News:

  • De Niro and Delaware together for Netflix's 'The Irishman'
  • Second and Delaware project continues to languish in court, faces soaring costs
  • Storms sweep through the Delaware Valley
  • Evolution Craft Brewing Company headed to Maryland
  • Patrick Coyne to Retire as Chief Executive Officer and President of Delaware Investments®
  • Habitat for Humanity seeks helping hands in New Castle County
  • Tribune finally wins court OK to exit bankruptcy
  • Mediacom rolls out Gigasphere in Delaware, Maryland and Michigan
  • Jacobs stepping down as CEO of Delaware North
  • Shoemaker Chosen as Distinguished Real Estate Professional
  • Flooding Destroys Homes, Hurts Ranchers In Haskell County
  • ‘El Castillo’ changes hands for $19.8 million
  • Three Delaware Beaches to Receive New Sand
  • Esch's Fencing, providing fencing for farms and homes for 30 years
  • 1031 Crowdfunding Moves Up Rankings to #4 Among Top Real Estate Crowdfunding Sites
  • Fire Rips Through Multiple Townhouses In Delaware County
  • Delaware real estate guides
  • Police hunt for man who shot at officers' homes after escape in Jessup
  • iFunding Settles Lawsuit, Says Most Recent Month Best Ever