Ben Chen
Associate Broker
Director, Real Estate Advisory

Ben Chen

Ben brings a decade of professional real estate experience in Canada and he comes from a long line of real estate entrepreneurs. His grandfather was an architect, and his family has owned construction companies and have been real estate financiers internationally. Prior to joining Promerita, Ben was a co-founder in a prominent Vancouver-based real estate advisory firm that was particularly renown for its success in the land assembly business. However, he chose to join Promerita because of our values, culture along with the synergistic value that multifaceted nature of our group's advisory and financing capabilities delivers to clients and stakeholders.


Ben's education and professional affiliations complement his experience. After earning a degree in business administration, Ben successfully completed the courses for the leading global program in commercial real estate (CCIM), he has completed the Managing Broker program in real estate from UBC's Sauder School of Business and is a member of the British Columbia Real Estate Association and the Canada Real Estate Association. Ben's professional success has been honoured by multiple industry awards throughout his career.


Outside of his professional pursuits, Ben enjoys travelling to Europe and Asia with his wife and reading.

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