About Timothy Lovett
Tim Lovett co-founded Berkshire Property Agents in 2007 with the goal of creating a full-service real estate company that would combine state-of-the-art marketing with hyper-local personal service. A son of the Berkshires who grew up on Otis Reservoir and attended high school in Lee before graduating from St. Michael’s College, Tim worked in global advertising in New York for 20 years, often in London and Paris, while also building a software company with offices in Tokyo and New York.
Tim returned to the Berkshires full-time in 2000, and is well-versed in the needs and concerns of both weekenders and year-round residents. He especially enjoys introducing the Berkshires to newcomers, helping them discover the region’s cultural bounty and natural beauty by recommending everything from favorite restaurants and farmer’s markets to boat launches and hiking trails.
Tim has developed an unrivaled reputation by being industrious and gregarious. He aims to make the process of buying or selling a house a pleasurable experience for all parties. His enthusiasm for real estate comes from his self-professed ”obsession” with houses. Tim is was a Conservation Commissioner in the town of Monterey and sat on the boards of Berkshire MLS and Berkshire Visitors Bureau, and he is an advisor to the Berkshire Film and Media Commission and The Trustees of Reservations, and is honored to sit on the board of Berkshire Nature Resources Council.