Meet The Executive Team

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Jim Brosché

VP of Ranch & Land

direct: 817-233-5143
office: 866-929-2243
jim@supreme-auctions.com

Jim has built a rock solid reputation selling High End Ranches and Investment Properties throughout Texas. His real estate career has lead him from being Vice President and a Founding Member of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty’s Ranch & Land Division to forming his own team The Ranch Advisors.

With over 10 years of selling real estate, specializing in Farm, Ranch and Land, Jim joins Supreme Auctions® Executive Team as he understands how valuable the proven proprietary system and positioning is for marketing these unique Ranch and Land properties through the company’s strategic luxury real estate auction process.

Jim’s attention to detail, industry knowledge and sales volume has seen him recognized by D Magazine as a “D Best Top Producer” and one of “America’s Best Brokerages” by The Land Report. Unlike many Ranch Realtors, Jim not only sells Ranches and Luxury Properties, he lives on his own Working Cattle Ranch in beautiful Bosque County, Texas. This real world experience gives Jim invaluable insights on evaluating and marketing Ranch, Farm, Equestrian, Hunting, Recreational and Investment properties, which helps to ensure a successful auction experience.

After service as a United States Army Officer, Cavalry…naturally, Jim worked in Sales and Management positions in Corporate and Private Business Ventures, including Finance, Pharmaceuticals, Agricultural Fertilizer and Real Estate Development. After selling his business ventures, Jim moved full time to his ranch and decided to follow his true passion. Here at Supreme Auctions®, Jim’s Corporate and Ranching backgrounds allow him to easily and effectively communicate with all clients, from Corporate Executives to Cattle Ranchers, in order to effectively evaluate and position their properties to the marketplace.

One of Jim’s overriding passions is volunteering at Camp John Marc, a camp for children with terminal and chronic diseases, in their equine program.

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