Harry Norman Woodstock Office


Kim is a passionate real estate agent with a heart for service to his family, church and community. This translates into a high level of service for every Harry Norman client, both buyers and sellers. Kim’s 40 year career in marketing and design equips him to create a customized marketing plan for each client. His experience taking a concept from idea to reality provides a unique skill set to his real estate clients. Experience helps sell homes. Kim’s desire to provide the very best for his customers is reinforced by eighty-eight years of Harry Norman, REALTORS? commitment to excellence by providing home services with trust, integrity, and expertise. He believes strongly in the Harry Norman motto, “Promises kept, relationships enriched.” To him, every client is a new friend.  Kim views each home with the eyeof a designer, identifying the ideal elements of a home, maximizing its valueto both the buyer and seller. Whether it’s move-in ready or a fixer upper, a homeshould provide safety, shelter and be a good investment for its family.  Kim has been a metro-Atlanta residentfor over 30 years and is married to the Rev. Ann Mann. They havetwo grown children and one chosen child. Kim has served as a team leader foryouth mission trips to Appalachia, working to repair homes of less-fortunatefamilies living in remote mountain areas. He has started and directed a youthpraise team, and is currently singing with the adult praise team and choir at hischurch. Kim also works with Love Him Love Them Ministries, which providessupport to an orphanage in Haiti.  Originally from Alabama, Kim isan alumnus of Auburn University and holds a bachelors degree in art with aminor in economics and marketing. Kim knows what it takes to market a productor service successfully and looks forward to helping you buy or sell your home, becauseevery home deserves the very best homeowner.  

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