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ERA Key Realty Services merges with HUNT Real Estate ERA

... to the merger its expertise and leadership in four fast growth real estate markets in Upstate New York – Buffalo, Syracuse, Rochester and Albany, as well as Phoenix, Arizona. ERA Key Realty Services brings markets in Massachusetts - north and west ...

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Combination creates family of real estate brokerage companies boasting a strong foothold in New England and Upstate New York News provided by HUNT Real Estate ERA Feb 07, 2018, 12:35 ET Share this article var trkcid=473163973;var partnerID=506122; var _hb=1; BUFFALO, N.Yand NORTHBRIDGE, Mass., Feb7, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- HUNT Real Estate ERA, the second largest brokerage firm in the ERA® network, today announced it has merged with ERA Key Realty Services, which also ranks in the top tenThis merger significantly expands the reach of the combined companies, increasing options for homebuyers and sellers, especially in the Northeast HUNT Real Estate ERA brings to the merger its expertise and leadership in four fast growth real estate markets in Upstate New York – Buffalo, Syracuse, Rochester and Albany, as well as Phoenix, Arizona.  ERA Key Realty Services brings markets in Massachusetts - north and west of Boston, as well as Connecticut, New Hampshire and Rhode Island The combined company will have more than 50 offices and nearly 1,600 experienced affiliated agents The offices will continue to do business under their existing trade names and local management will remain in place To support the continued growth and achieve the full potential of this merger, this combined organization will continue to leverage the suite of digital tools and best-in-class infrastructure provided by the ERA brandIt will also continue to build on both families' long history and track record of serving the needs of families looking for homes at pivotal moments of their lives "This is an exciting day for the ERA brand network.  Two of our oldest and largest brokerages coming together speaks to the strength and longevity of the ERA culture," said Sue Yannaccone, president and chief executive officer, ERA Real Estate"We are especially pleased to see the Hunt and Taylor families join forces." "We have brought together two powerful real estate companies, with shared values, but with distinct regional footprintsOur family-owned companies share a focus on providing a great culture for agents, and a compelling attention to quality and trust for our customers," said Peter FHunt, chief executive officer, HUNT Real Estate ERA "Joining forces with ERA Key Realty Services creates an opportunity to provide homebuyers and sellers access to a wider range of optionsWith this stellar combination, HUNT and ERA Key are setting the benchmark for how to grow while maintaining the highest standards of service," said Charles FHunt, executive vice president and chief operating officer, HUNT Real Estate ERA "HUNT's outstanding reputation and success in the ERA Real Estate network makes them a perfect match for our clients and helps fulfill our desire to expand our impact," said Cheryl Eidinger-Taylor, president, ERA Key Realty Services "Family is important to us and it's important to our customersWe are thrilled to be partnering with another major family-owned brokerage, and we are proud to share a long partnership as part of the ERA family," said Bruce Taylor, founder of ERA Key Realty Services About HUNT Real Estate ERAHUNT Real Estate Corporation is the parent company of HUNT Real Estate ERA and operates over 40 branches throughout western, central, northern and upstate New York, and metropolitan Phoenix, ArizonaFounded in 1911, HUNT is the most successful family-owned and operated real estate company in New York State, and is ranked the 41st largest real estate firm in the nation for closed transactions in 2016 by RISMediaHUNT also operates a commercial brokerage, mortgage banking firm, insurance agency, title agency, an award-winning Relocation division, residential building company, and a fee-for-service brokerageHUNT's mission is to build its presence through successful sales associates, to grow profitably, and to provide the highest quality of real estate and homeownership servicesFor more information about HUNT Real Estate, visit About ERA Key Realty ServicesERA Key Realty Services of Northbridge, Mass., has 14 offices throughout central and eastern Massachusetts and is among the 10 largest residential real estate agencies in Massachusetts based on the number of homes soldIt is also among the top 10 agencies in the ERA Franchise System, which has more than 2,400 agencies worldwideERA Key has been named among the top places to work in the state in the large company category for the past three years, based on a survey administered by Energage for The Boston GlobeIt also won the Momentum Award as the fastest growing ERA franchise in 2012 and the Gene Francis Memorial Award as the Top All-Around Company in ERA in 2014For more information about ERA Key, visit Media Contact: Maggie Rohr View original content with multimedia: SOURCE HUNT Real Estate ERA Related Links #PURL { display:none !important;} Release contains wide tables. 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