Tim Healy has been a leading, full-time real estate professional for more than 31years. His dedication to his clients has made him a consistent multi-million dollar producer.
Tim began in real estate in 1986 with an extensive background in entrepreneurial business administration and economics. He prides himself on his excellent listening and communication skills, as well as his ability to counsel and advocate for his clients.
As an enthusiastic resident of Maryland’s historical Chevy Chase neighborhood and an active community volunteer, he provides remarkable knowledge of the local area. Having first moved to this area to attend Georgetown University School of Business (1962-1966), he has a specific expertise in the Washington DC Metro area.
He has served on many local community service organizationsas Founder and Director,including a three-year term on the Montgomery County Commission For The Humanities (1983),The International Conservatory of Music (1980) now known as the Marlow Guitar International and The John E. Marlow Guitar Series.(classical guitar)
Tim is a member of the National Association of Realtors. He has acted as Chairman, building inspector and secretary of the Village Council for Section Three, Village of Chevy Chase. He has also worked as a fundraiser for the Capitol Interfaith Hospitality Network (serving homeless families).
Tim has also served as well as a Voting Judge for national elections.
Appointed to the Chevy Chase Fire Board, a non-profit affiliate to the Montgomery County Fire Department, he remarked, "I hope I get a Fire Board hat with the ENGINE 7 on it!"
In his words: "As far as the market is concerned, I have helped people from the metro Washington DC area, including Maryland and Virginia. Need some help? Pick up the phone and give me a call or email me. I'll answer quickly."
Specialties and Designations
Investment Property, New Construction, Works With First Time Home Buyers, Specializes in Relocations, Horse Farms, Country Homes, Foreclosure, Senior Living, Resale Residential, Historic Homes, Suburban Living, Condominiums, Urban Living, Single Family Homes and Townhomes
This spacious end-unit three-story townhouse is available for immediate rent and is beautifully sited on a quiet dead-end street in a park-like setting only one block from Sligo Creek Trail. The main level offers an open living room with separate dining area, wood-burning fireplace, large granite and stainless steel kitchen with pantry, wood floors, and sliding glass doors to the generous rear deck. Upstairs, you'll find a lovely master bedroom with en suite bath, walk-in closet, and private balcony, plus two additional bedrooms and updated second bath. The full lower level has been completely finished to provide a guest bedroom or study with en suite bath, a huge family or recreation room, and a laundry room with full-sized washer and dryer. This inviting home comes with plenty of closets and storage, assigned parking (#17), central air and heat, and access to the seasonal community pool! This fantastic location in the Three Oaks community near Sligo Creek Trail is approximately one mile from downtown Silver Spring, minutes from the Beltway, and only 4 blocks from the future Dale Drive Purple Line station. Rent includes parking fee and HOA fee. Tenants will pay the annual trash bill plus electricity and water bills. Pets are considered on a case-by-case basis and are subject to an additional deposit. Apply online at www.longandfoster.com today!
"Tim provided us with the exact strategy for a winning bid, applied that strategy throughout the negotiation process and steadily guided us through a quick and effortless transaction. "
- Michael Palacios
"I can't tell you how much I appreciate all of your help. Selling our house was challenging physically, financially, and emotionally. You have been the best realtor we could have ever hoped for, as well as an understanding and supportive friend. Throughout the entire process we felt extremely confident and comforted that we were getting the best help possible and that all that could be done would be done with your guidance"....Our appreciation cannot be stated enough. Whenever I hear of somebody buying or selling a home, I will do my best to convince them to use you."
- Doug B.
"I cannot thank you enough for all that you did, which I know was enormous..... I can't thank you enough. You are a good man. "