Elizabeth Kmetz Named Vice President of Commercial Asset Management Construction at Broder & Sachse Real Estate


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Elizabeth Kmetz

Birmingham-based development company Broder & Sachse recently announced that executive team member Elizabeh Kmetz has been promoted to vice president of commercial asset management and construction.

In her role, Kmetz will be responsible for managing property operations, construction, renovations, and capital improvement projects, complex financials, acquisitions, and dispositions. Her changed title reflects a shift made to the company’s business model in Nov. 2016, which allows Broder & Sachse to focus its efforts on property development in Detroit.

“Elizabeth has been critical to the growth of our company by maintaining key relationships with our partners and having the ability to problem-solve in the unpredictable world of real estate,” says Richard Broder, Broder & Sachse’s CEO. “In her new role as Vice President of Commercial Asset Management and Construction, Elizabeth will continue our company’s evolution as being the most innovative urban developer in Detroit, while working to manage and expand our portfolio of property.”

Kmetz served as the director of commercial property management at Broder & Sachse since 2014, and has more than 14 years of commercial real estate experience. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a master’s degree from St. Cloud State University in Minnesota. 

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