More on Benjamin…

Hi!

My name is Benjamin, and I’m a Realtor in Kitchener Waterloo -  a growing centre of industry an hour from Toronto. I own a business building wealth for our clients through smart real estate investments.

I’m always reading, learning & improving myself, both personally and professionally, so that I can provide the highest level of service to everyone I meet. I love to hear from my readers; please comment on the blogs you find interesting, and contact me with any questions about buying a home, selling your home, or starting an investment portfolio!

We primarily work in the Golden Triangle of Canada (Waterloo region and Wellington region), but we’re licensed in the whole province of Ontario and have worked with clients from from all over Canada. My goal is to help thousands of people build their wealth through smart Real Estate investments, and I’d love to help you do just that. You can reach me @ benjamin AT benjaminbach.com, or 519 772 4376.

My Enduring Purpose is to is to build relationships with and contribute significant value to my clients while attracting success with my integrity and actions;

To help people I have relationships with achieve wealth, be it financial, emotional or spiritual, while living a balanced life of my own;

To give back to the world before it gives to me.

Benjamin Bach is a Sales Representative with Keller Williams Golden Triangle Realty in Kitchener Waterloo dedicated to building wealth for his clients through smart Real Estate investments, and helping people achieve success. If you are interested in how you can start your Real Estate portfolio, or have any questions and buying or selling a home, you can email Benjamin (benjamin AT benjaminbach.com) or reach him at 519 772 4376.

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6 responses to “More on Benjamin…

  1. Ben,

    Shocking that I am sharing the same name as a realtor, even Canadian, which coming from Europe, is better I suppose than American. You even registered our joint name’s website!

    Amused to read about you anyway…

    Regards,

    Benjamin

  2. Ben on his current blog once again shows why he is a “wealth builder” and not a “realtor”. Unlike most “commision breath’d” salespeople, who only see the $$$ in their short sighted ways, Benjamin sees the long term potential, and the advantage of putting the “Client First” to build a relationship and not just another “deal” to close.

    I feel that this sets him apart in the marketplace, and those who utilize his skills and talents will be customers for life, as together they will see the investments and personal wealth grow, instead of trying to remember the guy whos “sold them a house”. I have know Ben for only a few short months, and my life and way of thinking have both changed radically, and my life has got nothing but better as a result.

    Some things sound “Too good to be True”…this is NOT one of them.

  3. Benjamin,

    I had to chuckle about the post above given that I make a third Benjamin Bach and would cause European Benjamin even more shock given I am the American Benjamin Bach.

    I am looking forward to digging into your posts.

    Ben

  4. Ha!
    I love Americans – I had my Stars and Stripes flip flops on for July 4th in honour of y’all
    Thanks for stopping by!

  5. I would love to know when your are going to have another workshop. My husband and I have talked a lot about becoming real estate investors and from what I have read, you have the goods.
    look forward to meeting with you personally.

  6. Just saw your business cards on the bloodhound blog, just wanted to say i heart them!!!! Rock on :-)

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