I bought my first house from Tim’s father, Harry Hopkins, in 1989. It was the first time I ever bought real estate. Harry sat me down and explained to me in very direct terms that you should never sign a contract without having an “out” clause for yourself, because you never know what is going to happen. I’ll never forget that—a realtor that would help you get out of a contract? Unheard of.
It’s been 26 years since I bought my first property, and since then I’ve had multiple deals with Tim Hopkins. We have worked together on many transactions, including commercial and residential properties and rental agreements. Harry unfortunately isn’t here anymore, but his legacy of treating people right by being fair and honest (even when you don’t want to hear it) has shown up in every dimension with Tim. His candor and honesty in dealing with people is rare in the industry—you won’t find any better.