Power Broker and lifelong Hamptons resident Tim Davis boasts an accomplished 37-year real estate career listing and selling some of the finest properties on the East End. Known as an expert in the marketplace, he continues to reign among the most select, sought-after top Hamptons brokers; plus he consistently ranks among the Top 30 Agents in Volume in the United States and most recently ranked #4 and #6 (respectively) in the country by the Wall Street Journal in 2014 and 2015. In his exemplary career, Tim has successfully negotiated over $4 Billion in sales, of which over $1 Billion occurred during 2012 through 2015, ranging from luxury estate homes and oceanfront properties to village cottages and bay-front retreats. In one year, Tim brokered four of the most important high-end sales on the East End at post-recession record prices. Two of these sales include an oceanfront home on Further Lane in East Hampton and in Southampton an interior estate home on Great Plains Road.
With sales volume in over $1.55 Billion occurred during 2012 through 2017, Tim successfully negotiated over $4 Billion in sales while achieving record prices for both waterfront and interior properties for his clients with some notable sales such as The Ted Forstmann Oceanfront Estate, The Founder of “Snapple”, Arnold Greenberg Estate on Meadow Lane, An oceanfront home in East Hampton for nearly $35m, “Westerly”, The Estate of Howard Gittis at the record sale price of $38.5m. He also procured the buyer for his co-exclusive listing, Wooldon Manor, which was listed for $100m and closed for $75m which the following year he sold for $82m. The oceanfront home used for filming the movie “Something’s Gotta Give” Tim sold at a record price of $41m - for a home on 2 acres. Tim’s success has continued with the sale of the Nash Estate on Mecox Bay, an Oceanfront residence on Squabble Lane, “Gardenside” for the third time with a closing price of $24M and the largest land sale in Amagasett of 33+ Acres, The Fleetwood Compound, which was listed for $19.85M
Prior to his association with Corcoran, Tim was a former principal of the leading boutique Hamptons real estate brokerage firm, Allan Schneider Associates. He and his two partners sold the company (which grew under his leadership to 12 offices with 350 agents and $1.2 billion in annual sales) to NRT/Realogy, the parent company of The Corcoran Group, in August 2006.