"There were times I went on pitches and I believe that I didn't win the business because people perceived that CBHK
had less of a presence in the New York market than other names."
Prior to joining CBHK
, Lampach ran an IT consulting company for small businesses.
Liebman said Corcoran picked up 49 agents from CBHK
, including company cofounder JoAnne Kennedy.
Who's Who made the announcement of CBHK
's inclusion with the following statement: "We are pleased to announce the inclusion of Coldwell Banker Hunt Kennedy in our network of fine real estate brokers and firms.
Patrick Lilly, a former CBHK
broker, took all 22 of his listings with him to Corcoran.
Halstead Property nabbed 27 former CBHK
agents, while its sister company, Brown Harris Stevens, hired four, according to spokespeople at the two companies.
has four office locations throughout Manhattan that linked by the VOIP system as if they were in one office.
Like others who have moved to mega-firms -- CBHK
had 325 agents, while Elliman has more than 3,500 -- Squadrilli praised the resources a well-funded corporation can offer, like a larger administrative staff to help with tech support and other tasks.
The ABR (Accredited Buyer Representative) course was offered for the first time and as CBHK
President, William M.
That's far fewer than the percentage quoted by co-founder David Michonski, the CBHK
's former CEO, who told The Real Deal as the firm prepared to close that agents were encouraged to go to Corcoran or Sotheby's, and that "90 percent" would do so.
William Morris Hunt III, president of CBHK
and the man in charge of the East Side office, said, "This achievement is a testament to the dedication and teamwork demonstrated by our entire office."
The residential brokerage signed a lease yesterday for three floors in a townhouse in the Flatiron District at 64 West 21st Street, a space occupied by CBHK
until the company closed in May.