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3 Fun Facts with Kim Iocovozzi


Kim Iocovozzi was born and raised in Savannah. He attended Benedictine Military School and graduated from the University of Georgia in 1980. Licensed to sell real estate in 1985, Kim worked under Tim Adams and Bill Lynes at Lynes Realty until 1989 when he joined the sales team at Prudential Southeast Coastal Properties. In 1991, he was recruited into the mortgage business. Five years later, he left the real estate and mortgage business to fulfill his passion to pursue life as an art dealer, dealing in 19th and 20th Century American and European paintings. In 2010, Kim reestablished his real estate license with Lori Judge and Judge Realty. Kim was proud to be named Judge Realty’s Top Producer in 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2016. He is joined now in the business by his wife Helen who is an 8th generation Savannahian. There is no other husband and wife team in the business with more local knowledge. Trust the Iocovozzi team to either find a buyer for your current home or to find you the home of your dreams in Savannah.

3 Fun Facts with David D’Arcy

David D’Arcy has lived in the Lowcountry of Georgia/South Carolina for over twenty-five years and boasts more than twelve years in residential and commercial real estate. He has been involved in over 175 transactions. David places an emphasis on experience, technology, and exploration to fulfill his clients’ needs. David is a licensed Realtor in both Georgia and South Carolina. He is also certified as an experienced Realtor in Short Sales/Foreclosure transactions, and helping veterans in real estate transactions, as a Certified Military Specialist.

A Civil War buff, David has had three books and numerous articles published on the subject and is a member of the Civil War Trust. He is also a member of Savannah’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee. David holds two history degrees, a Bachelors from the State University of New York-College at Oswego and a Masters from Georgia Southern. His hobbies include traveling, visiting historic sites, Major/Minor League Baseball parks, outside activities, cooking, and period military living history events.