Gloria Bracciano spent much of her lifetime serving others and has been both a teacher and administrator at all levels from Early Childhood to Higher Education. Most recently, Gloria served as Provost of Gulliver Schools in Miami, one of the largest private schools in the United States. There she oversaw five campuses and 2,200 students. Following her career in education, Gloria determined that the Sarasota area offered the cultural events, proximity to water activities and convenience to airports for travel that she enjoyed.
A passion for helping others and a love of real estate drew Gloria to a career with Premier Sotheby’s International Realty. “It was the perfect match, as I love meeting new friends and exploring the many beautiful areas that Lakewood Ranch and Sarasota offer! Premier Sotheby’s International Realty provides the international influence and exposure my clients desire.” Real estate is a profession that capitalizes upon Gloria’s skills in relationship building, negotiating, public relations, marketing and research.
Gloria is proud of the trust and confidence she has gained through her experiences with clients. “Clients become friends and the relationship continues to grow as we familiarize them with the Lakewood Ranch/Sarasota area and introduce them to the numerous cultural and social venues in the area.” Gloria and her husband, Greg Van Natter, are known for offering a ‘personal touch’ and gaining a deep understanding of their clients unique needs and desires for their home.
Gloria and Greg are active in their community and are proud sponsors of the Ringling Museum and Mote Marine.
Gregory Van Natter
Gregory’s real estate career began in Michigan over 15 years ago. As a member of the Institute for Luxury Home Marketing and member of the Realtor Association of Sarasota and Manatee. Greg possesses In-depth knowledge of the Sarasota and Bradenton luxury communities, specializing in Lakewood Ranch and University Park.
Being a full-time real estate professional he develops client relationships based upon respect and honesty. He offers a “personal touch” with great attention to detail and a willingness to go above and beyond to meet his clientele`s needs.
Gregory is a firm believer in community involvement, serving as a neighborhood representative for the Lakewood Ranch Country Club Homeowners Association, He served as Chairman of the Board for the Miami Dade Special Olympics (the largest chapter in the state) for three years, and is currently the Chair of the Development Committee for the Special Olympics of Manatee County.
Prior to moving to Lakewood Ranch, he was a Miami resident, and now claims Florida as his home after residing here for 7 years. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in business management from Ferris State University and previously owned several successful companies that specialized in creative marketing strategies