Hunt Corporate Services

ABOUT


Your Corporate Real Estate Departments provides specialized experience and expertise in the marketing and acquisition of corporate real estate.  Unlike traditional real estate brokers, we represent our clients exclusively.  Our sphere of concentration is Long Island, though special assignments take us nationwide.  

Structured for maximum flexibility and minimum response time, our emphasis is to continue to provide our clients with highly personalized corporate real estate service that is straightforward, timely and confidential.

We have been serving our clients' commercial real estate needs since 1973, and look forward to helping you.

CONTACT

Address:
17 Dupont St., Suite 4
Plainview, NY 11803

Phone:
516-937-1000

Website:
www.huntcorp.com

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Hunt Corporate Services Commercial Real Estate Q&A:  Due diligence for the seller - by David Hunt

Hunt Corporate Services Commercial Real Estate Q&A: Due diligence for the seller - by David Hunt

Q: I have hired a commercial real estate broker to sell our industrial building. The building has two tenants. He is ask...

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Hunt Corporate Services Commercial Real Estate  Q&A: Zoning research is essential - by David Hunt

Hunt Corporate Services Commercial Real Estate Q&A: Zoning research is essential - by David Hunt

Q: We are in the market to buy an industrial building. How concerned should we be with the specific zoning of each prope...

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Hunt Corp. Commercial Real Estate Q&A:  Contingencies in a contract of sale - by David Hunt

Hunt Corp. Commercial Real Estate Q&A: Contingencies in a contract of sale - by David Hunt

Q: We are negotiating the sale of our industrial building, and the buyer is insisting on a long list of contingencies in...

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Hunt Corp. Commercial Real Estate Q&A:  The four stages of real estate acquisition - by David Hunt

Hunt Corp. Commercial Real Estate Q&A: The four stages of real estate acquisition - by David Hunt

Whether you are represented by an exclusive real estate broker, a corporate real estate department, or a paid consultant...

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Hunt Corp. Commercial Real Estate Q&A: Rights of First Refusal - by David Hunt

Hunt Corp. Commercial Real Estate Q&A: Rights of First Refusal - by David Hunt

Q: We are negotiating a commercial lease with a prospective landlord and have asked for a right of first refusal to purc...

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Hunt Corp. Commercial Real Estate Q&A: Choosing a real estate agent - by David Hunt

Hunt Corp. Commercial Real Estate Q&A: Choosing a real estate agent - by David Hunt

Q: How should you choose a real estate agent? A: Probably the very best way to answer this...

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Hunt Corp. Commercial Real Estate Q&A: Fortune 500 Wisdom - by David Hunt

Hunt Corp. Commercial Real Estate Q&A: Fortune 500 Wisdom - by David Hunt

Q: We have a small manufacturing business and need to expand our facilities. We are debating whether to buy or lease or ...

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Hunt Corp. Commercial Real Estate Q&A: The Total Cost of Relocation - by David Hunt

Hunt Corp. Commercial Real Estate Q&A: The Total Cost of Relocation - by David Hunt

Q: Can you provide some ballpark costs associated with relocating our company? We’re concerned that these secondar...

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Hunt Corp. Commercial Real Estate Q&A: Negotiation tactics for the seller - by David Hunt

Hunt Corp. Commercial Real Estate Q&A: Negotiation tactics for the seller - by David Hunt

Q: We have received an offer on our 16,000 s/f industrial building. What are our next negotiating steps?...

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