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Benjamin R. Everett
As a REALTOR® for Solo Real Estate, Benjamin’s highest priorities are honesty, authenticity, and integrity. In his mind these attributes, matched with hard work and great listening, are what create a successful experience for clients.
Ben Everett has called Philadelphia home since 2004, having lived in various neighborhoods including Fishtown, Temple University area and Francisville. He now makes his home in Brewerytown with his wife, Katie. Ben admires the rich diversity of people, cultures, foods, and architecture that thrive in Philadelphia. Ben's passion to see Philadelphia neighborhoods come into their own and his commitment to serve others propelled his decision to become a REALTOR® at Solo Real Estate.
Originally from Lancaster County, Ben is down to earth, works hard, and loves people. Ben's wealth of diverse experiences include hiking over 1100 miles of the Appalachian trail, serving as a companion and personal assistant to elderly in Philadelphia, and co-founding the Ultimate Frisbee club at Temple University. He also problem-solved and multi-tasked as a summer camp director in central PA and has artificially inseminated dairy cows for Amish farmers. These last two positions have matured his ability to work successfully with people of any age or line of work. With a BA in Secondary Mathematics Education, Ben thinks on his feet, learns quickly, and is intuitive with numbers and finance.
Ben looks forward to serving you in a personal way and guiding you through the process of buying and selling real estate. Ben focuses his attention on the neighborhoods of Francisville, Fairmount/Art Museum, and Brewerytown but is glad to serve your needs anywhere in Central Philadelphia.
Temple University, BA in Secondary Mathematics Education
Favorite Parts of Philadelphia:
Francisville, Brewerytown, Spring Garden, Fairmount and the Art Museum Area
P: 215.564.7656 x20