Tom Snow is a lifetime resident of Milton and his 88-year-old father still works the farm that's been in their family since 1922. Tom learned about the importance of hard work and determination watching his father, and he's passing those values and ideals on to his children. From taking part in charity bike rides, to giving Christmas trees to families unable to afford one, he believes you reap what you sow and works hard to help build a stronger community. It's a community Tom knows deeply, right down to the soil that new homes are built on, since some of them are built on land his family used to farm.
Tom wants to help his clients put down deep roots just like his family did so many generations ago. If you're thinking of buying or selling a home in the Milton area, or you just need a mortgage, contact Tom Snow and his team today. Like a mighty oak tree, when families put down roots in the land, great things can grow. Tom Snow's family goes way back in Milton. Tom, his father, and his father's father were born in Milton and lived on Snowbrook Farms, their family's land since his grandparents moved from the north side of Milton to the south side in 1922. Tom's father was born on the farm in 1930 and took over running it at the young age of 16 and is still cultivating it today, doing everything that needs to be done, including driving combines through the fields. He turned it into a thriving business that's still going strong, one that Tom helped grow too.
As a young man, Tom owned several businesses that helped sustain the family farm, including a trucking company and later a construction company. He watched his dad do, what it took to keep the family business going, every day of his life, and he has the same values and ideals that he's passing on to his children.
Tom wants to be there for his clients, to help them reach their goals to put down deep roots just like his family did so many generations ago. And heâ€™s achieving that goal every day he helps his clients achieve their dreams. Just like the oak tree that takes generations to grow, Tom has learned patience and perseverance, and was able to put them into practice during a bucket list trip to Mount Everest. While attempting to reach a summit, his guides warned him to turn back, but Tom dug deep and, even though it took him hours in freezing temperatures, he reached his goal. Once he made it, the sense of achievement he felt made it all worthwhile. READ MORE!