Brett Puckrin

AACI, P.App, Sales Representative

t: 905-985-7300


Hi, I’m Brett Puckrin, husband, father, sport enthusiast, business partner, and owner. I’m a second generation real estate agent and I’ve lived, played, and invested in Durham Region all my life; I’ve watched Scugog / Kawartha Lakes grow from a small town farm community to the vibrant and strong communities we have today.

Every day I look forward to sharing my “insider information” with people about the different neighbourhoods, helping buyers fulfil their lifestyle dreams, and allowing clients to achieve their goals, whether they are selling or buying in Port Perry, Scugog or Kawartha Lakes. To me, there is nothing better than seeing the happy faces of clients when they have found that perfect property.

I have built my real estate business around trust, professionalism, education, and an unparalleled high-energy work ethic. For over 25 years, I have continued to strengthen relationships and source new ideas in order to bring the best valued real estate services to my clients. I always strive to provide better service year after year, putting my clients first, asking what they need, and responding with a customized solution to meet that need–that’s what sets me apart from my competition.

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Brett's Specialty

Whether it’s a residential property, a commercial/industrial/investment property, an agricultural or land development property, a purple house, a school house, a church, a storefront, a solar project, or anything else that comes along, I’m consistently chosen to get the job done. I’m also a trusted source of expert opinions and information for the media, municipalities, courts and tribunals, and even my competition.

With me, you’ll always get straight talk; I’ll explain everything to help you make the best decision for you and your family.

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