Kutlick Realty Achieves 30% Gain in Sales, Leases

BOARDMAN, Ohio — Kutlick Realty, Boardman, recently launched its new website at KutlickRealtyLLC.com. The revamped site enables visitors to search by map, price, size, location or keyword and is mobile-friendly.

The agency recorded a 30% increase in sales and leases compared to 2017, reports Bill Kutlick, broker.

Some of Kutlick’s most notable deals include the relocation of Area Agency on Aging to the former ITT Tech building in Austintown and the sale of the former Mayo building on U.S. Route 224, which was then demolished to make way for a new Raising Cane’s Chicken restaurant that’s under construction. Other notable transactions were sale of the former Golden Corral, also on Route 224; the sale of the four local Five Guys franchise stores; and the relocation of Bermann Electric to Tiffany Square just off Route 224.

Other sales included the Tippecanoe Medical Center in Canfield, a car dealership in Boardman and an investment retail plaza in Liberty.

A new listing is the former Toys R Us building, also on 224 in Boardman, which Kutlick is leasing.

In 2018, the staff grew with the addition of Alan Ricks who brings a strong and successful leasing, sales and development resume.

Agent Gary Lasko celebrated his 12th year with Kutlick. He recently listed the former Eat’n Park restaurant space in Boardman on Market Street.



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