After only 10 years in the real estate business Ben Kinney now owns and operates one of the top 25 producing real estate teams in the nation from all brands. Also he owns and operates multiple real estate offices that includes 900+ agents across seven locations servicing over 6 counties.
Ben is a nationally recognized trainer and speaker. In the last few years he has personally trained over 100,000 business owners via conferences, classes, and webinars.
Ben is ranked by the Wall Street Journal and Real Trends as one of the top 100 real estate agents for both total units sold and total sales volume in the nation by selling over 500 homes and 100,000,000 in volume in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014.
Recently Ben was named Inman News 2014 "Innovator of the Year" for his work in real estate and technology specifically the creation of Brivity and Blossor. Previously Ben was named by Inman as one of the 100 most influential people in real estate.
Ben Kinney along with the NY Times best selling author Jay Papasan wrote and published an award winning book named: Soci@l - How to attract friends, followers, and connections to your real estate business.
Ben Kinney created - IMSD (Internet Marketing Specialist Designation) which teaches agents the tools and systems needed to thrive in the toughest of markets. IMSD has since been sold to a large publicly traded company.
Current Leadership Positions:
Internet Marketing Specialist Designation: founder
NVNTD.com – Founder
Blossor - Founder & CEO
Brivity - Founder & CEO
Big Fresh Media Owner
Tech Help Owner
REO Northwest: Founder & CEO
Home4investment Inc: Founder and CEO
Franchise Owner locations in:
Bellingham, Skagit, Everett, Kirkland, Downtown Seattle, West Seattle, Tacoma
When Ben is not working - he enjoys fishing Washington rivers for Steelhead, playing with his golden retriever Taupo, and cooking.
Activerain Board of Director & Raincamp Presenter Real Estate Team Owner Motivational Speaker & Trainer Real Estate Coach - SEO addict - Social Media Futurist - Innovative and just a plain ole