Ben Adams is a U.S. Army Veteran, Realtor, architectural designer, licensed FHA 203(k) rehab consultant, and Veteran Service Officer that specializes in working with veterans as a VA Loan Specialist, Veteran Service Officer, Credit Counselor and with Home Rehabilitation. With more than 20 years of complex problem-solving, Ben prides himself in the ability to “Adapt and Overcome” and believes in doing the right thing by helping his clients succeed in many areas of their lives. Whether you’re a Veteran struggling to understand the complexities in a civilian world or a homeowner/Buyer that needs a guiding hand with a sense of urgency and attention to detail, Ben is there for you. 

Ben comes from the construction industry – specifically residential design/build, and has a keen eye for finding the right home for his clients, listing with a market intense plan to sell quickly while targeting for the highest return on investment or Construction Planning from beginning to end, he is his clients best advocate and is always available to bounce ideas off of. Ben understands that buying, selling, remodeling, and building can be an overwhelming process to most people, and he prides himself in taking the time, attention to detail, and communicating clearly with his clients. Time is of the essence in all contracts and building projects. 

Ben has established himself as a unique problem-solver and has owned several businesses, including Adams Custom Homes, Adams Bird Control & Consulting and Veteran Justice Advocate Program (VJAP) (where he assisted fellow-veteran clients navigate through the criminal court system prior to receiving PTSD treatment). Ben’s experience has allowed him to thoroughly understand processes, contracts, and negations to be his clients biggest advocate, ensuring no one is left behind. 

Ben is a veteran proud to have served in the U.S. Army 5th of the 21st 7th ID (Light) Fort Ord, CA, including duty in Central America during the Iran Contra Affair. Ben studied architectural design and construction management at the University of Florida in Gainesville.