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Brandon Metts 

Real Estate Agent

jbmetts@rededgelive.com
502.931.1635

I was raised in the home building and real estate industries, and my passion is helping clients dreams become a reality.  I have over 20 years’ experience building and remodeling homes in Louisville and the surrounding area.  At age 4, I completed my first construction job as I nailed down a subfloor in a home my parents were building.  I have a keen eye for potential in houses and work diligently with my clients to find their ideal property to make a home.
 
Born and raised in Louisville and now a resident of Fisherville, I am extremely knowledgeable of the Louisville Metro area.  As an avid outdoorsman who loves to hunt and fish, I know the country backroads as well as the city roads.  I graduated college from Sullivan University, where I earned a degree in Architectural Drafting and Design.  Leveraging my education and experience, I founded and own JB Metts Construction, a residential remodeling, building and construction company.
 
I enjoy spending time with my wife, Andrea, and our children, Faith and Liam.  I am actively involved in our community and am passionate about helping others and making a difference.  I am committed to using my extensive knowledge and experience to help each client find the right property to call home.  I look forward to working with you!

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