David and Jason Benham, identical twins, and former professional baseball players, founded the Benham REO Group affiliation in 2003 to meet the demanding needs of today’s fast-paced and rapidly expanding REO Industry.
Leaders in REO property disposition, preservation, management & sales, the Benham REO Group affiliates provide banks and asset management companies management and sales solutions to liquidate their foreclosed properties on the retail market.
Having managed/sold more than 20,000 properties for over 200 different clients in the last 10 years, the Benham REO Group affiliates have elevated to become one of the elite real estate affiliations in America.
Proving to be among the most efficient REO affiliations in the country, the Benham REO Group has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Inc. Magazine, Franchise 500, Business Leader Media, and many other publications for it's rapid growth and business innovation.
With affiliate brokers in over 35 states, the Benham REO Group has extensive experience in handling all of the aspects of the REO business.
REO SERVICE PROVIDER
The Benham REO Group is an affiliation built around the most aggressive way to sell REO properties. The key element to the Benham REO Group’s success is the level of customer service we provide and the demonstrated enthusiasm for the work we do – there is no property too small and there is no limit to the effort we will expend to move a bank asset!
Combining local market expertise with state-of-the-art technology while supported by a team determined to get the job done, the Benham REO Group affiliates provide banks and asset management companies an outsourcing opportunity to sell their foreclosed properties on the retail market.
The Benham REO Group has a deep-seeded conviction and determination to help asset managers succeed in selling their REO portfolio by being the fastest, most efficient REO service providers in the country. Having more than 60 affiliate brokers in 30 different states the Benham REO Group continues to expand its coverage areas in response to the ever-increasing flood of REO properties in the real estate market.