Native Realty Continues Significant Growth with Addition of No Limit Real Estate

Jaime Sturgis-led firm acquires full-service Fort Lauderdale brokerage that generated over $70 million in volume in 2023

Native Realty continued expanding its team of placemaking real estate professionals with the acquisition of No Limit Real Estate. Based in Fort Lauderdale, No Limit has 18 agents and produced $70 million in volume in 2023.

No Limit is a full-service brokerage that guides clients through residential transactions, commercial real estate leasing and investment sales and development-related services. Lifelong friends and South Florida natives Kyle Sorel and Jordan Cohen cofounded No Limit about a decade ago, building up a formidable team of agents and quickly gaining substantial market share.

“Kyle, Jordan and the entire team at No Limit Real Estate share our passion for shaping South Florida neighborhoods through thoughtful curation,” Sturgis said. “They also bring vast knowledge and relationships that span all real estate product types. The timing of No Limit’s arrival is ideal and bolsters our commercial and residential real estate capabilities.”

No Limit’s 2023 output was particularly impressive, as the firm navigated broader market headwinds to deliver strong results for clients across all real estate sectors.

“Over the course of numerous conversations with Jaime Sturgis, someone we have certainly admired from afar, it became clear that we are likeminded individuals with the same vision and approach,” Sorel said. “We are going to accomplish amazing things together at Native.”

No Limit also brings further vertical integration to Native through its construction capabilities.

“Like No Limit, Native is creative and hands-on with every client to put their needs first and maximize results,” Cohen said.

Read more about Native’s acquisition of No Limit here.

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