Scott began his career in the U.K. starting with the family owned custom home building business. In 1988 he opened and ran two extremely popular and successful pubs in Scotland for 11 years (one of which still bears his name), as well as starting a commercial leasing business in 1992 renting office space to the UK government. After relocating to Canada in 1999 Scott began his real estate career in Oakville with Royal LePage and in 2000 received his first industry recognition award for Rookie of the Year and just one year later, his first of many Director's Platinum awards. In 2010 Scott moved to Century 21 where he has received Centurion Producer award for both 2010 and 2011.
Although born in Scotland, Scott spent some of his formative years in Oakville attending both Oakville Trafalgar and White Oaks Secondary School. After high shool he returned to the UK where he played several years of professional soccer as well as completing his Scottish Football Association Coaching certificate. When he emigrated to Canada in 1999 with his family he decided to return to Oakville as he felt it was a ideal community for raising his two sons. He also continued his love for soccer by coaching both Oakville rep teams and and international goalkeepers for the Canadian Soccer Association.
His personal experience has helped him assist many families that have relocated to Oakville and the surrounding area.
Having spent time in the family business Scott developed a love for building. He has built custom homes in both the UK and in Oakville. His knowledge of general contracting, his keen eye for design and expansive list of contacts makes him an invaluable asset to buyers and sellers alike.
Relocation and Emigration
Vast knowledge of the area and hidden pockets