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About Ben F. Prucey

My training in real estate excellence began in 2002 at Keller Williams in Park Meadows where I was an inspired associate for 5 years.  The year 2008 provided me an opportunity to join forces with Prestige Real Estate Group in Highlands Ranch and The Mile High Dream Team was created.  RE/MAX later acquired Prestige Real Estate Group and RE/MAX Professionals was launched.  I've been a proud member of RE/MAX since and my collaboration with them has provided hundreds of successful transactions; and I measure success by the satisfaction of my customers.  I've achieved the Executive Club Award as well as the 100% Club over the years.   My continuing real estate education is a priority and I strive to learn all I can in order to serve my customers.  My mission has always been to place my customers' needs and dreams first.  I'm at my best when I can provide excellent customer service and attention to detail!  My clients trust me and during this recent market, I've closed over $30,000,000 in volume.  Prior to being a realtor, I was the president of a retail dealership in Denver for 10 years where client satisfaction was the number one goal.  I look forward to serving you and your family's needs!  Please review recent client testimonials here https://www.zillow.com/profile/BPrucey/#reviews

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    Policy permitting an insured to choose desired coverages. These policies are important for items with relatively low limits of coverage under standard property insurance forms. For example, an insured would have to specifically schedule expensive jewelry, furs, and paintings in order to receive full ...

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How To Advertise Online As A Real Estate Agent

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The online environment is growing, and with so many people surfing the internet, many businesses seize the opportunity to market themselves on the internet. It’s not just big companies that leverage the benefits of digital marketing but also independent agents such as realtors. In a post-pandemic era, the real estate market of 2021 looks more promising than ever ...

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SRES®, Senior Real Estate Specialist
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