Sarah Brogdon And Davey Horsman Join Real Estate Partners Chattanooga LLC

Monday, January 23, 2017

Sarah Brogdon and Davey Horsman announced that they have joined Real Estate Partners Chattanooga LLC. 

Both experienced realtors, Ms. Brogdon and Mr. Horsman now become part of Chattanooga’s locally- owned, independent real estate company. Officials said, "Real Estate Partners Chattanooga is proud to be a leader in both the real estate market and in the city’s vibrant, diverse and nationally-recognized local business and entrepreneurial community.

Both Ms. Brogdon and Mr. Horsman are Chattanooga natives.

Ms. Brogdon holds an undergraduate degree from Roanoke College and a Masters Degree from Virginia Tech. She lives in North Chattanooga with her husband Joe and two sons, Beau, 6 and Buz, 3.

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. Ms. Brogdon and Mr. Horsman closed out 2016 with over $20M in sales, and look forward to continuing their success in the greater Chattanooga real estate market.



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