Kim Brogli began her real estate career in 1995 at the grand opening of the Bob Parks Realty Brentwood office, specializing in new construction. In particular, she shared on-site duties for Princeton Hills Subdivision in Brentwood in which her father was an investor as well as Hampton Reserve in Brentwood Tennessee. However, she took a break from real estate and spent six years in pharmaceutical sales selling several of the world's most prescribed cardiovascular medicines. It was in this environment that Kim honed her deliberate, numbers-driven skills in sales and marketing. In 2004 Kim returned to her first love of real estate and has since enjoyed being a top producer at Bob Parks. Kim's knowledge and love of real estate came from her father, Bill Hunter of Bill Hunter Construction, who was a builder and developer in Murfreesboro for several years and selected as one of Middle Tennessee only Southern Living builders. His business model and commitment to excellence continues to influence Kim in her business today.
Building on her background in pharmaceutical sales, Kim takes a very analytical approach to the market. Selling or buying a home should never follow the "best guess" model some realtors employ. Kim believes that great service is essential in this competitive market understanding that today's consumer has many choices. "I believe in involving the customer and working together as a team to achieving our common goal. I communicate with my customers weekly so you'll never have to wonder what I'm doing to sell your home."
Kim is a graduate of Brentwood Academy in Brentwood, TN and The University of Alabama where she earned a degree in French and International Business. Kim's husband, Jim, is a veterinarian and owner of Brogli, Lane, Weaver and Alexander Animal Hospital. They have twin boys. They enjoy traveling, golf, outdoors and spending time with friends. Kim currently serves on the board for the American Heart Association, past chairman of the board (2013-2014 term) as well as a 2012 Heart Gala Honoree for the American Heart Association. She is also involved in many business networking groups, a member of Charity Circle and attends First United Methodist Church.