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Ben Hubert

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Professional Summary

Ben Hubert has been involved in various aspects of real estate for over 15  years. While attending The University of Michigan, he started a family owned business, Cuzzens Real Estate Services. Cuzzens Real Estate Services evolved to one of the largest local residential appraisal firms in the Metro Detroit area.

Prior to brokerage, Ben earned his Certified General Appraisal License, and appraised  and consulted clients on a variety of commercial, industrial, multifamily and retail properties. He has experience preparing appraisals for mortgage, condemnation, estate tax planning, tax appeal, and other purposes.

Over the past 6+ years  he has focused his attention on real estate brokerage. Ben’s commercial appraisal background gives him a unique set of skills to appropriately evaluate real estate and negotiate on behalf of his clients. Ben has been focusing on sales and leasing of commercial and multi-family properties, and tenant representation.  Ben has been working with several large developers in the City of Detroit, and carved out a niche in Detroit. Ben and his partner, Benji Rosenzweig, have become the 'go-to' Brokers in the City of Detroit for all types of real estate transactions. 

Ben holds a Bachelor of Science degree from The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and he is an active member of ICSC.


* Licensed  Broker

* Licensed Certified General Appraiser



Bachelor of Science degree from The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (GO BLUE!)

Memberships & Involvements

Ben Hubert sits on the Impact Investment Committee Board of the Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation. 



Mixed-Use Properties, Restaurants, Land Sales, Parking

Property Type

Land, Retail, Office, Multifamily

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