Treat Hull is Broker of Record and owner of the brokerage. He spent three decades as a management consultant and marketing executive before moving to the County and taking up real estate.
His experience as a consultant guides his real estate practice: “My role, as I see it, is not a sales job. My role is to help clients make informed decisions about real estate.”
Treat also works with investors and developers in areas including site selection, investment analysis, land use planning, market research and business planning.
In addition to his professional life, Treat has a long track record of community involvement.
He ran for Member of Provincial Parliament in the 2011 provincial election, led the team which founded the community-owned and operated 99.3 County FM, and served on the boards of the County Community Foundation and the community-owned Regent Theater.
Treat was a Councillor in the Municipality of Prince Edward County representing Picton during 2014-18.
As councillor, he chaired a the municipal task force on the future of Picton Harbour, chaired the Healthcare Advisory Committee, and served on the Heritage Advisory Committee, the Audit Committee, the Water/Wastewater Committee and the County’s task force on affordable housing.
He was founding President of the not-for-profit Prince Edward County Affordable Housing Corporation where he remains a director.
His experience on Council has given him a keen understanding of zoning and official plan issues in the County.
In 2016, Treat was one of 9 realtors from across Ontario appointed to the CEO’s Advisory Group for the Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO), the provincial real estate regulator. He is currently a director of the Quinte & District Association of Realtors.
He has a BA (Hon) in liberal arts from York University and an M.A.Sc. in Management from the University of Waterloo.
To learn more about Treat, see his profile on LinkedIn.