Bethany Benner brings an entrepreneurial spirit and strong marketing and financial savvy to every transaction. Her negotiation and sales education began in the family auctioneer business in Wellman, Iowa-- a company the family still owns and operates today. Before you ask, yes, she can do a rapid fire auction chant, but her clients know her better for the strong, clear communication skills she brings to every real estate transaction.
That’s just the beginning of what makes her a strong agent. She also brings an unparalleled work ethic—one she honed in college and early in her career. First, she earned her bachelor’s in business while playing college softball, basketball, and golf. Then, she earned her MBA and became a vice president for sales and marketing for a local Cedar Valley business before becoming a real estate agent. When she works with clients she brings all of those skills and experiences to the table.
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Mastering Real Estate
Bethany’s MBA from the University of Dubuque and her marketing background give her an advantage in helping clients navigate the financial side of real estate.
"One dollar bid, now two, now two?”
Bethany uses many of the skills she learned in the family auction business, including the ability to negotiate.
She’s Dialed In
Before working in real estate, Bethany was vice president of sales and marketing and director of sales at a cellphone company.
She Brings Creativity
Having worked in marketing means Bethany can bring creativity and results-oriented thinking to every transaction.
If you're a UNI Panthers fan, there's a good chance you'll see me and my family at one of the many events! Please stop and say hello!
Bethany enjoys all aspects of the real estate process from home staging and market values to remodeling and contractor referrals. She and her husband, Derrick, who is a chiropractor, also own Elite Chiropractic and Wellness in Cedar Falls. The family has two girls, Kinley and Kallyn, and are huge supporters of the UNI Panthers. “I love calling the Cedar Valley home. There isn't a better place to live, work, and play!”