Sarah Brogdon And Davey Horsman Announce Partnership At Keller Williams

Friday, September 16, 2016
Sarah Brogdon and Davey Horsman
Sarah Brogdon and Davey Horsman

Sarah Brogdon and Davey Horsman have announced their business partnership at Keller Williams Greater Downtown Realty. 

Both agents started their careers out of the downtown office and are excited to combine their experience and knowledge of the market to better serve new and existing clients. Ms. Brogdon and Mr. Horsman are both Chattanooga natives.

Ms. Brogdon holds an undergraduate degree from Roanoke College and a master's degree from Virginia Tech. She lives in North Chattanooga with her husband Joe and two sons, Beau, 6 and Buz, 2. 

Mr. Horsman graduated from Baylor School and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.  He lives in North Chattanooga with his wife, Christie Dillard Horsman. 

The partners are licensed to sell residential and commercial real estate in Tennessee and Georgia. In 2015, Ms. Brogdon tripled her sales from the previous year, and together they are on pace to outperform those numbers in 2016. Ms. Brogdon and Mr. Horsman look forward to continuing their success in the greater Chattanooga real estate market.  

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