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Sales Representitve

Todd Barker

Your Key Partners in Real Estate

Todd Barker, Broker

Todd is an award winning Real Estate Broker and one half of The Preferred Pair Team.  A resident of Burlington for the past 20 years Todd resides in the Aldershot neighborhood and has three children Riley, Evy, Meredith and our mini Golden Doodle, Theo.  

After a successful career in a transportation & Logistics, Todd has been a licensed real estate agent for 13 years, the last 10 years with his business partner Nikki.  As a commitment to ethics and professionalism, Todd recently acquired his Broker designation.

Todd is well know for his sense of humor, honesty, communication and getting results for his clients.  He will often say that the clients satisfaction is the sign of success in real estate as referrals are the driving force of his and the Preferred Pair’s business.

Todd loves to golf, cook, have a cold one or two,  loves all sports, history and watching documentaries.

They say you may forget some people but you never forget your realtor and Todd strives to make a positive and lasting impression on everyone he meets.

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