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About Tim Lumnah



I’m a REALTOR® and Certified Buyer Representative graced with the great honor of buying and selling homes for the community of Greater Boston. I grew up in Massachusetts and worked my way through college while maintaining a 3.96 GPA.  During 2017 to 2018, I served as a Commission Coordinator at the Massachusetts State House under former State Representative James Cantwell on the Special Legislative Commission on Behavioral Health Promotion and Upstream Prevention.  I was awarded a citation for my dedicated contributions and helping constituents navigate governmental red tape.


Today, I’m dedicated to providing my clients with the best service to suit their individual needs.  One of the things I most proudly provide to my clients is truly listening, and not just telling.  My years as a professional musician, both in performance and teaching, have provided skills that unequivocally transfer into greater soft skills that help me work deliberately in pursuit of my clients’ goals.


I’m here to lead, guide, and protect buyers and sellers by opening doors so that they can walk through them.


When I’m not working, I enjoy pursuing several other passions like hiking with my dog, or learning about new things like technology or space travel.  And while I lead a busy life, I always make time for friends and family.


I look forward to meeting you and discovering how we can best work together.


See you soon,


Tim Lumnah

Latest Blog Posts

Norfolk Video Market Update | September 2022

Absorption rate has decreased fast in Norfolk, Massachusetts, but sellers should remain.

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5 Ways To Make Your House A Home

Making your house feel like a home is difficult at first, especially if you’re living away from your family for the first time or moving into a smaller space than you’re used to. While

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April Real Estate Trends

FINANCE, HOMEOWNERS, HOMEBUYERSAbout Earnest Money DepositsWhen a buyer and seller agree on a purchase price and terms, the buyer shows the seller a sign of good faith in the form of earnest money.

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