About Us


Jacquie Arbuckle

A 35 year educator at Brighton’s East Northumberland Secondary School, Jacquie is a long standing and deeply connected member of her community. Taking on Real Estate as a second career Jacquie has found great success in combining her passion for helping people with her strong business sense.

Her dedication to her client’s best interests, her drive to succeed and her attention to detail is evident in the success she has enjoyed. Her long standing relationships within the community, and between professional colleagues, is a testament to her effectiveness in her field.


Chris Herrington

With 27 years experience in finance and 10 years in municipal politics, including 2 terms serving as the Mayor of Brighton, Chris’ dedication to community and service has found an ideal landing spot in a profession in real estate.

Her continued interest in municipal governing and her keen financial perspective are integral to her effectiveness when approaching real estate transactions and understanding local development.

Her passion for the successful growth of the Quinte West area and for the well-being of the people she serves is clear in the hard work and dedication she pours into every transaction.


Meghan Arbuckle

A native of the GTA and a proud military spouse Meghan is well versed in the challenges and opportunities families face during relocations. Now a deeply-rooted Brighton resident, returning to extended family in Brighton, and establishing a home for both her children and parents in the area, she has a strong sense of the opportunities that the Quinte West Area presents to retirees, families, and business. Her background in business development and media production, along with her passion for design provides a unique perspective on marketability and promotion.

Meghan has a deep dedication to assisting both her military community and her clients by helping them profitably and successfully achieve their real estate needs, and is energized by the richly diverse and rapidly growing community she now calls home.