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Q&A

  • Would someone describe you as an early bird or a night owl?
  • I have been a night owl since I was a kid.  I was most productive with late night studying or writing reports for school.  I love staying up late and getting work done.
  • Favorite restaurant or hang out?
  • I love coffee and great food but coffee wins as I can drink it all day long.  You will find me working and meeting clients at Peet’s Coffee Company or Starbucks.
  • Famous person (living or dead) you’d most like to meet?
  • I love living in California and I had the chance to meet one of my favorite persons while working in San Francisco.  I stepped out of an elevator in the Transamerica Pyramid and Huell Howser was filming one of his “California’s Gold” segments for public television.  I got to shake his hand and tell him how much his shows meant to me growing up in California.  He was a real treasure for public broadcasting.
  • What’s your mantra?
  • “When people talk, listen completely. Most people never listen.” –Ernest Hemingway.
  • What’s your most treasured possession (besides your phone!)?
  •  My wife gave me the perfect anniversary present.  On our bedroom wall we have a canvas with all of the amazing life events in our family.  Where we met, first date location, our children’s names, anniversary date, cities we’ve lived, favorite songs when we dated, and lots of fun memories.  I see it every day when I wake up and before I go to bed and it’s a great reminder of my many blessings.
  • What would you tell your 16-year old self?
  • Smile more and don’t worry about stepping out of your comfort zone.  Raise your hand, talk to your teachers more, and don’t be afraid to ask questions.  You will learn more by asking questions.

Scott Benway

REALTOR®

Since moving from San Francisco to the East Bay in 2001, real estate has always been a passion of mine. I bring dedication, quality service, and extensive experience from the financial industry, entrepreneurship, and the local community, in every interaction I have with my clients.

I attended Westmont College in Santa Barbara where I earned a BA in Economics and Business. I then started my career in San Francisco where I worked in the fast paced Wealth Management Group for Montgomery Securities and Bank of America.

In my spare time, I enjoy coaching my kids sports teams, barbecuing with friends, and walking my dogs throughout the Lime Ridge open space.

Working as part of the team at Abio Properties, I looks forward to helping clients accomplish their real estate goals.

Q&A

  • Would someone describe you as an early bird or a night owl?
  • I have been a night owl since I was a kid.  I was most productive with late night studying or writing reports for school.  I love staying up late and getting work done.
  • Favorite restaurant or hang out?
  • I love coffee and great food but coffee wins as I can drink it all day long.  You will find me working and meeting clients at Peet’s Coffee Company or Starbucks.
  • Famous person (living or dead) you’d most like to meet?
  • I love living in California and I had the chance to meet one of my favorite persons while working in San Francisco.  I stepped out of an elevator in the Transamerica Pyramid and Huell Howser was filming one of his “California’s Gold” segments for public television.  I got to shake his hand and tell him how much his shows meant to me growing up in California.  He was a real treasure for public broadcasting.
  • What’s your mantra?
  • “When people talk, listen completely. Most people never listen.” –Ernest Hemingway.
  • What’s your most treasured possession (besides your phone!)?
  •  My wife gave me the perfect anniversary present.  On our bedroom wall we have a canvas with all of the amazing life events in our family.  Where we met, first date location, our children’s names, anniversary date, cities we’ve lived, favorite songs when we dated, and lots of fun memories.  I see it every day when I wake up and before I go to bed and it’s a great reminder of my many blessings.
  • What would you tell your 16-year old self?
  • Smile more and don’t worry about stepping out of your comfort zone.  Raise your hand, talk to your teachers more, and don’t be afraid to ask questions.  You will learn more by asking questions.

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