Treat Hull is a real estate broker with Century 21 Lanthorn Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage exclusively focused on Prince Edward County. Prior to joining Century 21, he was broker/owner of Treat Hull & Associates Ltd.
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.”.
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.