Tim Elmes’ reputation for excellence in South Florida’s luxury waterfront real estate market is a result of his unwavering commitment to customer satisfaction, personalized service and professionalism. As a proven leader for over 25 years, Tim is renowned for his extensive knowledge of every aspect of this highly specialized market. His unsurpassed negotiating skills combined with a unique ability for bringing together distinguished buyers and the exceptional properties matching their criteria are just the beginning of the attributes which contribute to the continued success of Tim Elmes, LLC.
Tim became a partner in the largest territorial Sotheby’s International Realty affiliation in Florida when his Broward agency, Waterfront Estates, Inc. merged with his long-time friend Alan Jacobson of Miami Beach-based Wimbish-Riteway Realtors in 1999. Sales volume at the time of the merger was $470,000,000; the sales volume had climbed to $1,250,000,000 when Wimbish-Riteway was subsequently sold to Coldwell Banker three years later.
Tim has formed a team of highly competent and experienced individuals, Tim Elmes Group. Together they have created a synergy of marketing strength, unparalleled resources and a global reach for clients. Tim Elmes, LLC | Tim Elmes Group are among the most trusted luxury real estate teams in Florida. Tim and his team have earned numerous prestigious awards and designation through the years, the latest being the 2012 Coldwell Banker International President’s Elite Award. They were also recognized as one of “The Florida 100 – 2012”, the top 100 Coldwell Banker agents and teams in the State of Florida.
Tim was born in England where he lived until he was six years old; he grew up in Beirut and Africa. Tim travelled, lived and worked in 20 different countries before settling in Fort Lauderdale.
Tim has four children, ranging in age from 14 to 35. One of his passions is kayaking and he participates in numerous kayaking events for charity such as the American Cancer Society’s Race for the Cure and the Miami Paddle Challenge to benefit Cystic Fibrosis research and care programs.