Ben Mullikin is a partner at M3 Realty and a top performing agent with over 13 years of real estate experience. Ben knew ever since he was a high school senior that he wanted to pursue a career in real estate. He saw the success his mother was enjoying and liked the idea of helping others. That’s how he still sees his role today. From the early days in 2004, a boyish agent in a suit striving to build credibility, to today, Ben has always enjoyed “hanging out” with his customers – building their knowledge about the real estate market while helping them realize their dreams.
Working with Ben, clients discover his refreshingly down-to-earth approach. He dislikes salespeople, insisting the right home will sell itself. He wants to be the guy who helps clients steer clear of the junk to realize the American dream with the least amount of hassle.
Ben also works closely with clients helping them sell their homes as well. He strives to always have his finger on the pulse of the latest trends and employs an arsenal of tactics and strategies to realize the highest value for his clients’ homes.
What he enjoys most about M3 Realty is working with his family, “every day I get to go to work and hang out with my wife, Jennifer, and my mom and brother, and I even get to make fun of our admin, Stacy,” Ben says with a smirk. He almost always brings his dog, Lily, to the office to join in on the fun.
Even though he loves his job, his absolute favorite way to spend his free time is with his wife and dog. Taking walks, trips to the dog park and throwing a tennis ball while working in the yard, is his favorite way to wind down after a long day. Ben also enjoys exploring craft brews, seeking exciting culinary adventures and traveling to new places. Ben and Jennifer just spent 16 days in Europe on their honeymoon back in October. They started in Munich to experience Oktoberfest, then headed to the Alps in Switzerland (simply breathtaking!), stopped in Rome for some history, and ended in the Amalfi Coast of Italy in a cliff-side village called Positano where they ate pizza and gelato every single day.