MBA Hotel Brokers Inc. Welcomes David Joseph as New Hotel Broker in Florida

USA, Glenwood, Maryland. November 12, 2019

MBA Hotel Brokers Inc, announces David Joseph as the newest member to its team of experienced and dedicated hospitality real estate professionals. David Joseph is a licensed real estate broker in Florida.

MBA Hotel Brokers has been listing and selling hotels nationally for 22 years. MBA Hotel Brokers already has transaction history in Florida. David Joseph will be leading a new office and will lead a new sales effort to further penetrate the Florida hospitality market.

David Joseph brings 35 years of career experience in sales, real estate, and custom home building. David Joseph helped found Naples Luxury Group real estate company in Naples Florida. David has represented buyers and sellers in the sale, lease, and management of luxury properties. David is a graduate of State University New York with a degree in Business Administration, Marketing.

Charlie Fritsch, President of MBA Hotel Brokers Inc. said, "I am excited to welcome David to MBA Hotel Brokers. He brings entrepreneurial spirit and leadership along with his real estate experience. David's strengths in client relations, networking and real estate will be highly productive when combined with MBA Hotel Brokers' powerful hotel marketing platform. We look forward to great success for David."

MBA Hotel Brokers Inc. has been advising on hotel transactions since 1997 and has seven brokers and agents carrying licenses in 15 states. MBA Hotel Brokers Inc. has closed hundreds of hotel sales, in 26 states throughout the USA. For more information, contact Charlie Fritsch at or David Joseph at or learn more at

David Joseph
Tags: hotel, broker, Florida

About MBA Hotel Brokers

Media Contact:

David Joseph
Associate Broker Naples Florida Office
MBA Hotel Brokers Inc.
T: 239-204-5523

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