Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
Park Avenue Office
Tel: (212) 381-3305
Gold Circle Member
Producer's Council Member
Holly loves real estate and it shows. As a Producers Council member for the last 3 quarters she is in the elite top 20% of Halstead brokers in terms of sales. Holly is committed to her buyers and sellers and as a result has a largely referral based business. Her premium quality customer service and prompt, financially sound results are of paramount importance to her. When handling the gamut of real estate needs for buyers and sellers alike, Holly is dedicated to providing the utmost professionalism, knowledge and business sense; yet she also strives to get at the heart of what makes people tick... and to the core of what someone really wants where a property’s concerned.
Born and raised in Charlottesville, Virginia where her father sold real estate, Holly attended Hollins University and earned a B.A. degree in Art History. After Hollins, she moved to London for three years where she worked for Bonhams Auctioneers and did coursework in Asian Art at Sotheby’s. After leaving Big Ben for the Big Apple, Holly worked on Wall Street at PaineWebber and DLJ. While working at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette (now Credit Suisse) in private banking and later investor relations, she went to night school for her M.B.A. and graduated with a masters degree in marketing. She began her career in real estate in 2001 and has seen many different market cycles. She is continually educating herself and refining her skills.
Currently living on the Upper East Side, she has called Manhattan home since 1993. Holly works closely with buyers to carefully determine their needs and guide them every step through the purchase process, from finding the right neighborhood to negotiating a fair deal. Sellers enjoy effectively marketed properties, the most qualified buyers, and the best price possible.
Holly brings many assets to her real estate career from a distinguished background in fine arts and finance, namely her marketing degree, negotiation skills, attention to detail, visual memory, creativity, intuitiveness and friendly disposition. When not hard at work, Holly enjoys spending time with her husband and daughters, taking in art exhibits and playing bridge. She also is involved in fund raising for her alma maters St. Anne’s-Belfield School and Hollins University where she consistently has set new records for participation and funds raised. Entrust Holly with all your real estate needs. She can show you any of the thousands of listings in Halstead’s extensive database.
Halstead Property, LLC
The following are selected closed transactions in which Holly Hunt represented the buyer, the seller, or both:
On the Market
444 East 87th Street, #6G
A 400-square foot studio in a white-brick high rise co-op, listed at $299,000.
Holly Hunt and Jennifer Edwards, Halstead Property, (212) 381-3305 ...
New York Times - Sunday, June 01, 2008
By Miranda Siegel
Given the swanky townhouses, proximity to Museum Mile, proliferation of uniformed schoolgirls and lovingly manicured greenery, it's difficult to believe that Carnegie Hill, which occupies the northeast corner of the Upper East Side, wasn't always...
AM New York - Thursday, May 01, 2008
The hard hats are on in Manhattan, where new buildings are appearing faster than Donald Trump can earn a million, says Cathy Hawker
Despite recent wobbles, financial markets have boomed for more than four years and...
Homes and Property - Wednesday, September 05, 2007
The Bargain That Isn’t
Conventional wisdom holds that fixer-uppers are bargains. But brokers aren’t dumb, and judging by these two co-ops located in 1898 Neville & Bagge rowhouses standing side by side on Carnegie Hill, the expense of...
New York Magazine - Monday, March 27, 2006
By TERI KARUSH ROGERS The dollar is hyperventilating, mortgage rates are still attractively low and international buyers - drawn by outsized real estate gains as well as the city's burnished image of livability - are barreling straight for Manhattan....
New York Times - Sunday, April 03, 2005
Halstead Director of Sales Eastside, John Wollberg, and a group of his talented agents take us through one of Manhattan's most prestigious and culturally diverse neighborhoods located on the luxurious Upper East Side.
All information is from sources deemed reliable but is subject to errors, omissions, changes in price, prior sale or withdrawal without notice. No representation is made as to the accuracy of any description. All measurements and square footages are approximate and all information should be confirmed by customer. All rights to content, photographs and graphics reserved to Halstead. Customer should consult with its counsel regarding all closing costs, including without limitation the New York State 1% tax paid by buyers on residential properties over $1 million. Halstead represents the seller/owner on Halstead's own exclusives, except if another agent of Halstead represents the buyer/tenant, in which case Halstead will be a dual agent with designated agents representing seller/owner and buyer/tenant. Halstead represents the buyer/tenant when showing the exclusives of other real estate firms. In all instances Halstead treats all parties fairly and honestly. Halstead actively supports equal housing opportunities.