Jim Normile earned his N.C. broker license in 1999, & has worked as an agent, broker & sales manager for a national franchise system & as a managing broker for an independent firm.
As a former franchise co-owner, his passion remains that of a listing agent for multiple builders. He has listed, sold or managed the sale of over 4500+ residential homes.
A real estate educator for many years, he holds a Bachelor of Science, Real Estate, Summa Cum Laude & Executive Master of Business Administration with a concentration to educate entrepreneurs, & other business leaders.
Jim Normile has been recognized as a Realtor of the Year, Nationally Ranked in the Wall Street Journal Top Agents in America, featured in Top Agent Magazine, inducted into the RE/MAX Hall of Fame & author of Responsible Influence in New Home Sales © 2013.
Jim also retired honorably from the U.S. Marine Corps in 1999; his personal awards include two Meritorious Service Medals, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Navy Commendation Medal, five awards of the Navy Achievement Medal, three Combat Action Ribbons, the Navy & Marine Corps & Israeli parachutist insignia.
Kim Stotesbury earned a North Carolina broker license in 1989 and, as a North Carolina Real Estate Commission approved instructor, began teaching real estate prelicensing courses in 1992 at Rowan Cabarrus Community College. She has dedicated her career to real estate education.
Kim earned the Distinguished Real Estate Instructor designation (DREI) in 1997 and is currently one of eighty nine instructors in the United States to hold the DREI designation, conferred by the national Real Estate Educators Association (REEA).
Kim is a past President of the North Carolina Real Estate Educators Association (NCREEA) and is an award winning educator. She received the North Carolina Real Estate Educator Association’s Educator of the Year Award and the North Carolina Real Estate Commission’s Billie J. Mercer “Excellence in Education” Award.
Kim has helped write, design and edit numerous educational materials for sponsors/schools in her 25 years of real estate education. She received the North Carolina Real Estate Educators Association’s Most Outstanding Program of the Year for her continuing education elective course titled Property Management – Pitfall or Profit?