Native Realty Continues Growth With Addition Of Two New Team Members
Native Realty bolstered its team of real estate enthusiasts and neighborhood placemakers with the addition of Elizabeth Metott and Luis Davila.
Metott joins the Jaime Sturgis-led firm as Senior Associate, while Davila is an Associate at Native.
Metott brings a wealth of experience to Native, including more than a decade serving in various roles at Stellar Homes. Starting her real estate career at 17 years old, Metott is versed in residential and multifamily sales and leasing; land acquisition and development; new construction; and interior design. She works with a wide range of clients, from boutique builders and businesses to publicly traded corporations.
Most recently, Metott led extensive marketing campaigns for large-scale builders and developers.
Davila is a graduate of Florida State University’s College of Business, where he double majored in Real Estate and Finance. He previously served in an Analyst role as a Native intern, immersing himself in all aspects of the commercial real estate brokerage business.
“We enthusiastically welcome Elizabeth and Luis to the Native family,” Sturgis said. “Elizabeth has an impressive track record in the markets we operate in and cited the Native brand and mission as key reasons for her decision to join us. Luis is a driven and talented young professional who will grow and thrive with us.”
In February 2023, Native was honored with a prestigious recognition from FSU.
The firm made the university’s 2023 Seminole 100, which names the fastest-growing companies owned or led by FSU alumni. In its first appearance on the list, Native broke into the Top 10 with a No. 8 ranking (based on compound annual growth rate) and was the highest-ranked real estate company on the list.
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