PR May 20, 2021

Coldwell Banker Heritage Announces Expansion to Wilmington


BEAVERCREEK, OHIO – Coldwell Banker Heritage announced this morning that it will be joining forces Bennett Realty in Wilmington, Ohio, effective immediately.

“Coldwell Banker Heritage is proud to expand our services into the greater Wilmington and Clinton County area,” CEO and President, Ron Sweeney said in a statement. “The growth the region is experiencing is exciting and we look forward to continuing and building upon the incredible value Bennett Realty has provided to their clients.”

Coldwell Banker Heritage counts 12 offices and 500 agents within its network in SW Ohio and Richmond, IN and closed over $1.6 billion in sales in 2021.

“This is a family-owned business working with another closely held and locally owned company,” said Bennett Realty, LLC, President, Jeff Bennett in a statement. “Our business is growing and changing, but our commitment to the Wilmington, OH community, our commitment to our clients, our agents and staff will not change. This change will only make us better and stronger.”

Bennett Realty is one of the largest brokerages in Wilmington, OH and Clinton County – founded in the 1970’s by Jeff Bennett as the sole agent. This grew to six agents in the 1980s and now totals 24. The Bennett’s moved into its current 2333 Rombach Avenue location in 2018 and will remain in this facility going forward.

The merger with Coldwell Banker Heritage marks the next step for this family business. Both Jeff and Marsha Bennett will continue working with the company in management, as well as sales positions.

“The products and services Coldwell Banker Heritage offers is well beyond anything that we could offer to our clients and agents,” said Marsha in a statement. “We are so excited for this next step in the careers of our staff and our agents. This isn’t Jeff and I moving onto something else, the entire team is taking this next step.”

“When discussions started with Coldwell Banker Heritage, we instantly connected as a family business and one that values community service,” said Jeff Bennett in a statement. “This is a positive change for our business, and we plan to continue what we have built, both in business and community. This is our home, and we look forward to bringing new services and energy to Wilmington and Clinton County.”