Tina Good

Berkshire Hathaway Home Services

East Haddam, CT 06423

Cell: 860-478-6576


Tina Good lives in East Haddam and has been a Realtor for 8 years. She is a designated as ePro, Green, Staging, New Home Sales and New Home Specialist.

Tina is trained and has experience in electronic technology including social media marketing, green technologies, staging, architectural design and planning, blueprint reading, topography, building site design, evaluating quality construction, materials, methods, construction terminology and scheduling. She is successful with seller, buyer/builder relations, all aspects of customer service and the use of various organizational tools and systems.

With her expertise, strategies, and tools she professionally assist anyone interested in a brand new, existing home, or selling their home; making the transactions an easy seamless process.

Real Estate Experience Summary

55+ New Development Project

Multiple land/lot and residential sales


ePro Expert

Green Expert

Staging Expert

Residential Construction Certification

Certified New Home Specialist


Multi-media Development and Marketing Strategies, Social Media and Technology

CT Real Estate Law, Real Estate Market Analysis, Real Estate Valuation and Appraisal, Real Estate Financials and Mortgage Banking

Public Regulation of Land Use

Conditions of Sale Inspections and mitigation strategies, Negotiations, Closing schedules and mitigation is needed


Tina has over 30 years of leadership experience in Information Technology


Lead the Information Technology Department of Public Works/Construction Services for the State of CT with $160 million appropriation and additional construction expenditures exceeding $150 million.


Program Director, Department of Information Technology for the State of Connecticuts new data center construction and re-location project. Managed $40M construction and infrastructure budget and $4M re-location budget.


Agency Chief Information Officer, Department of Developmental Services for the State CT focusing on modernization of the architecture and infrastructure leading more than 80 employees and consultants securing federal and state funding for $30M agency modernization initiative.