Meet Our Team
Kim Bergland was first introduced to the area in the early 1960’s when his parents bought an old New England farmhouse on 70 acres. He became a full time resident in the late ‘70s and has been a full time real estate agent since the early ‘90’s. He has had a continuing interest in the use of the land, through hands on experiences with agriculture, livestock raising, forestry and gardening. Currently he is a member of the Western Massachusetts Master Gardeners Association and an adviser to the Otis Community Garden.
"The decision to buy or sell a home is one of the most important decisions you will make in your lifetime. An informed buyer or seller will have the knowledge necessary for them to make the best possible decisions. My objective is to provide buyers and sellers with the information they need to make those decisions."
The Becket Connection
Ginger Conner has lived in the Berkshires for 22 years - living and playing in Becket with her family and friends. Her career in real estate spans 10 years and she loves to introduce new families to the beautiful hill towns of the Berkshires. Ginger is very involved in her town and has been a trustee of the Becket Federated Church for 16 years, a Becket Board of Health member for 13 years, the Becket Village Fair Chargé d’Affaires for 15 years, and belongs to the Becket Garden Club.
Ginger loves showing off the area and can guide you to the perfect home that will fit all your needs. She enjoys all the lifestyle high points that the Berkshires have to offer: from Tanglewood concerts to horseback riding in our 14,000 acre October Mountain State Forest. She skies, snowmobiles and boats.
"The Berkshires are a tranquil, relaxed and fun community to live in - you can do nothing at all or stay busy with the large event schedule that each season brings."
Realtor, Broker Associate
Laurie Crittendon Nikituk has been a lifetime resident of Berkshire County. Her 26 year career as an Broker/Agent in the county brings depth and knowledge to her clients. Involvement in the Berkshire County Board of Realtors Grievance and Professional Standards Boards has honed her skills and knowledge of the Real Estate industry. Laurie is very involved in the community, serving on numerous town boards and committees over the past 27 years, many of which had to do with town growth and municipal issues of use/reuse of existing venues. Laurie has served on the Otis School Committee from 1987 to 1992 and the Farmington River Regional School Committee from 1997 to present, serving as Committee chair for nearly 10 of those years. Participating in community efforts to improve education, she has also served on the Lee School Council for the past 6 years.