Kerry Brooks

Kerry Brooks

Kerry Brooks
  • Dielmann Sotheby's International Realty
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Kerry Brooks joined Andy Dielmann as the Vice President for Business Development and Sales Manager for Dielmann Sotheby’s International Realty in the Fall of 2010. With copious experience in the development and operational management of small companies in St. Louis, Brooks considers it a passion to effectively assess, and subsequently design business models for small successful companies to reach higher levels of efficiency and enhanced branding. His partnership with Andy Dielmann and Dielmann Sotheby’s International Realty is a perfect fit. “Since partnering with DSIR, we have entered a new phase of technology, efficiency, Sales Training, and brand recognition. I am incredibly impressed with the agents here. Their expertise, professionalism and market knowledge is second to none in Metropolitan St. Louis. The staff is the finest in the business, and Andy Dielmann’s commitment to his agents and the Sotheby’s brand cannot be emphasized enough. This is a very special place, and I am honored to be part of this team.” Brooks “Kerry came to us knowing how to evaluate where we were and where we needed to be, and he is effectively using his intuitive abilities to get our company to our shared goals.” Andy Dielmann With Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in the field of education, Brooks chose to enter the field of Real Estate after a tenure as Vice President of two major non-profit companies, and a decade in higher education administration. Now his efforts are focused on assisting a challenged Real Estate market and leading dedicated agents in an effort to make an impact in this challenging environment. “I am passionate, I am driven, and most of all I believe in the abilities of hard working and dedicated Real Estate people to make a lasting, positive impact in the city of St. Louis. It is a good time for Real Estate, and it is our job to make people believe and trust it again.” Brooks