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Benchmark Real Estate Group- Fathom

Residential, Commercial, Land and Development

Benchmark Real Estate Group- Fathom

1905 Silver Spur Dr
Belton Texas 76513


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Benchmark Real Estate Group is your trusted partner in the dynamic world of land, commercial, and development real estate in Belton, Texas. We empower investors, developers, and business owners to achieve their goals in real estate with our unwavering dedication to excellence and deep understanding of the local markets. Benchmark Real Estate Group's mission is to be a benchmark for success in Belton's real estate industry. We aim to create value for clients, support community growth, and set high standards of professionalism and ethical conduct in the industry.

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About Belton

Belton is a city in the U.S. state of Texas. Belton is the county seat of Bell County and is the fifth largest city in the Killeen-Temple metropolitan area. In 2020, the population of Belton was 23,054, and the metro region had a population of 450,051 according to US Census estimates. == History == Belton and Bell County have been the site of human habitation since at least 6000 BCE. Evidence of early inhabitants, including campsites, kitchen middens and burial mounds from the late prehistoric era have been discovered in the Stillhouse Hollow Lake and Belton Lake areas. The earliest identifiable inhabitants were the Tonkawa, who traditionally followed buffalo by foot. Belton was also home to the Lipan Apache, Wacos, Nadaco, Kiowas and Comanche. By the 1840s most tribes had been pushed out by settlements, but skirmishes with the Comanche existed until the early 1870s.Belton was first settled 1850 and named Nolanville, taking the name of nearby Nolan Springs which were named for Texan explorer Philip Nolan. In 1851, it changed its name to Belton after being named the county seat of newly created Bell County named after Peter Hansborough Bell, the Governor of Texas at that time. In 1860, the population was 300, the largest in the county. During the run up to the civil war, Belton had a large pro-Union minority.

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