Chris Carretta is a native of Rochester with a passion for real estate that started when he began restoring and selling older homes throughout Rochester. He is a multimillion dollar producer and rates as one of the top agents at Hunt ERA/Columbus Division.
Buying or selling a home is an exciting, stressful time. You want advice and guidance from someone you can trust. Chris Carretta leads the industry using the latest tools and marketing techniques to provide you with a superior home buying or selling experience. Integrity, Service and Results are the hallmark of Chris’ approach to your real estate needs.
Chris’ passion for Rochester is reflected in where he calls home: the Grove Place Neighborhood in one of downtown Rochester’s Preservation Districts.
Chris was chosen by the City Council and the Mayor of Rochester to Chair the City’s Preservation Board, whose mission is to review applications for Certificates of Appropriateness required for alterations to landmarks and properties located in the City’s eight preservation districts and develop and adopt preservation guidelines. Chris also serves as a Trustee on the Board of The Landmark Society of Western New York and on the Awards Jury for The Community Design Center of Rochester in choosing the winners of the Annual Reshaping Rochester Awards. Additionally, in support of the preservation and evolution of Rochester, Chris restored a 1905 center entrance Colonial located in the City’s Park Avenue District. The home, which received an award of merit from the Landmark Society of Western New York and was featured in Old House Journal magazine, was also showcased on HGTV’s Restore America TV series. Chris supports a variety of other cultural and art organizations including The Memorial Art Gallery and The Verona Street Animal Society.