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KOVA Commercial’s Janet Davis appointed to Florida CCIM Chapter’s Southwest District 2017 board of directors


KOVA Partners, LLC Director of Brokerage and Facilities Janet Davis, CCIM, has been appointed to the 2017 board of directors for the Southwest District of the Florida CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member) Chapter, an organization dedicated to providing marketing and networking opportunities, services and education that enhance its members’ ability to conduct business successfully. The Southwest District serves the Charlotte, Glades, Lee, Hendry and Collier counties.

As director of brokerage and facilities for KOVA Partners, Davis is responsible for overseeing facilities and the company’s commercial real estate division, KOVA Commercial. Davis has nearly 20 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry. She has held her CCIM designation, which recognizes professionals for expertise in commercial and investment real estate, since 2003. She obtained a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Maryville University of St. Louis.

About KOVA Partners, LLC

KOVA Partners, LLC is a privately owned, full service real estate firm and real estate investment fund manager engaged in the development, financing, investment, managing, insurance and leasing of a wide array of real estate investment products and services. With offices in Naples and Bonita Springs, as well as numerous strategic partnerships with third party affiliates, KOVA Partners is comprised of KOVA Commercial, KOVA Commercial of Naples, KOVA Property Management and KOVA Insurance, and prides itself on its ability to enhance profitability for all of its clients through strategic partnerships and effective solutions. For additional information about KOVA Partners, LLC, please visit www.KOVAPartners.com or call 239-261-2627.

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