Terrance Hunt, vice chairmen for ARA, A Newmark Company, joined the company in 2004 as a principal and has consistently been one of Denver’s top producing multifamily brokers, handling over $7 billion in multifamily transactions. Transacting the largest multifamily property in Colorado history, The Breakers Resort at $350 million, and The Horizons at Rock Creek at $255 million, are among his many accomplishments.
Prior to joining ARA Newmark, Mr. Hunt worked for Grubb & Ellis where he specialized in the sale of multifamily properties. During his tenure there, he became the top producing apartment advisor and broker at Grubb & Ellis nationwide. Mr. Hunt has extensive experience in all types of multifamily and income properties, having been involved with them the majority of his life.
In 2015, Mr. Hunt was the Top Multifamily Broker of the year in Colorado, a designation awarded by NAIOP DMCAR and the DENVER Business Journal. He was also one of top-producing brokers at ARA Newmark. Mr. Hunt has been recognized for his creative deal structuring, having had two of his transactions listed as “The Most Creative Deals of 2009” by Apartment Finance Today Magazine. Mr. Hunt speaks regularly on multifamily and real estate investments and has spoken at the AAMD Economic Conference, CU Economic Conference, Colorado Real Estate Journal Conference, Biz Now Conference and the Downtown Denver Partnership Conference. He has also spoken on these topics to the State Legislature. Mr. Hunt has been featured in numerous local and national publications including the Denver Post, Denver Business Journal, Western Real Estate, MSN, NPR, CPR, ABC 7NEWS, NBC and 9NEWS.
Mr. Hunt earned a degree in finance and real estate from Colorado State University.