Humberts is pleased to announce that its Chief Operating Officer, Tim Simmons, has been appointed to the role of Chief Executive Officer of Humberts.
Bringing over 29 years of extensive property industry experience to the role, Tim Simmons has successfully been part of the growth and operations of Humberts for 20 years. In May 2019, Tim was promoted to Chief Executive Officer at Humberts and he continues to empower staff and celebrate the growth of the company, as Humberts goes from strength to strength. The premier, multi-disciplinary property company in the UK specialises in Sales, Lettings, Commercial and, most recently, a Lifestyle Concierge service. Since the successful movement away from traditional high street locations, Humberts is shaking up the Estate Agent industry with a high tech, high touch concept offering flexibility to its customers and employees across the counties in which they operate.
Throughout his career, Tim has proven himself as a strong leader in the Estate Agent industry managing and empowering staff, analysing statistics for sales and brand growth. Making an electric start by selling two properties on his first day at Humberts’ Bridport office as a Junior Negotiator in 1999, Tim accelerated to Associate Partner in 2004 before becoming part of Humberts’ senior management team selling financial services, leading operations and becoming Head of Residential. In 2018, Tim was promoted to Director of Sales and Marketing and promoted again in October 2018 to Chief Operating Officer following Humberts’ new ownership by Matt Spence.
“It is a great honour and extremely humbling experience to grow with Humberts” said Chief Operating Officer, Tim Simmons. “It is so valuable to be able to inspire one another, share expertise and knowledge. I was originally attracted to the Humberts brand for its portfolio of luxury homes and heritage and I am proud to be working closely with Chairman, Matt Spence, to achieve company growth and new acquisitions and partnerships, as well as keeping Humberts relevant to the modern-day consumer.”