Power broker Ben Bowen affiliates with Premier Sotheby’s

Ben Bowen affiliates with Premier Sotheby’s

Feb. 8. By Dave Yochum. Cornelius-based Ben Bowen Properties, one of the top luxury real estate brokers in the Charlotte region, has affiliated with the Premier Sotheby’s International Realty office in Jetton Village.

Bowen’s five-person team will be known as The Ben Bowen Group.

Top producer

Bowen, 55, is among the top producers at the top of the Charlotte luxury market with more than $500 million in residential sales.

More than 100 of the sales were priced at more than $1 million.

109 Conway Court, sold in 2021 for $5,400,000.

Bowen, who scored a $5.4 million sale at 109 Conway Court in The Point last year, launched Ben Bowen Properties in 2010 after working for a luxury home developer for 10 years.

Growth strategy

“When i started I wanted to focus on the luxury real estate market,” Bowen said, “thats been my focus for the last 12 years and to elevate my business there’s no better way than to do it with the top luxury real estate brand. They have so many tools and resources that a boutique real estate firm doesn’ have access to.”

Budge Huskey, CEO of Premier Sotheby’s International, said the two firms are well aligned. “We are confident that this new union will achieve exceptional results,” he said.

About Premier Sotheby’s

Budge Huskey, CEO of PSIR

Headquartered in Naples, Fla., PSIR has over 1,400 associates and employees in 40 locations in Florida and North Carolina. The company is associated with the storied Sotheby’s auction house, established in 1744.


Bowen said luxury market’s unprecedented price increases of 2021 are likely to continue into 2022. “There is a shortage of supply and an increase in demand,” he said, explaining that working from home and hybrid work models are helping drive the market.


3 Responses to “Power broker Ben Bowen affiliates with Premier Sotheby’s”

  1. Congratulations Ben!!

    Posted by Dixie Dean | February 8, 2022, 2:37 pm
  2. Continued success Ben!

    Posted by Debbie Monroe | February 8, 2022, 10:00 pm

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