Background & Experience
Tim Brent, former NHL hockey player, recently joined NAI Carolantic to
pursue his longstanding interest in commercial real estate brokerage.
His decision was the culmination of his involvement in various real estate
investments over the past several years, including an investment/land
transaction through NAI Carolantic that left him impressed by the team’s
knowledge and professionalism.
Mr. Brent will focus primarily on investment sales and leasing working in
conjunction with Chairman, Steve Stroud, SIOR.
Born and raised in Cambridge Ontario, Canada, Mr. Brent played
hockey starting at age four, and moved up to play in Major Junior
Hockey at the age of 16. He was drafted in 2002 to play for the
Anaheim Ducks and continued to play professional hockey for 12
years, ultimately representing Canada in three different world hockey
championship tournaments. As Captain of Team Canada in 2002, he
successfully led his team to win a Gold Medal in the Czech Republic. In
2004, he was Assistant Captain of the Canadian team when they won a
Silver Medal in Helsinki, Finland.
During his hockey career, Mr. Brent played for the Anaheim Ducks,
Pittsburgh Penguins, Chicago Blackhawks, Toronto Maple Leafs and
the Carolina Hurricanes. In the AHL, he played for the Cincinnati Mighty
Ducks, Portland Pirates, Wilkes Barre/Scranton Penguins, Rockford Ice
Hogs, Toronto Marlies and the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. He also spent
two seasons abroad playing in Magnitogorsk, Russia where his team
won the Russian (KHL) Championship known as the Gagarin Cup.
Professional Associations & Designations
NAI Global: Carolantic has been the Raleigh/Durham affiliate for NAI
Global since 1982. This network enables us to assist clients in multimarket
expansions or dispositions throughout the world.
Triangle Commercial Association of Realtors (TCAR): An
organization of licensed commercial real estate brokers, enabling
members to advance their education and knowledge of issues impacting
commercial real estate on local, state and national levels.