discusses working the volatile Mortgage industry successfully through 2008 and 2013 and how being a man of his word has led to great success. The biggest transition came when he decided to be authentic and committed to being true to himself and not what the so called industry pundits said you had to look and act like. We also talk about the Quit Jerkin Off initiative, helping men quit wasting their time and focus on what really matters.
A little bit about Aaron...
Aaron, a veteran in the finance industry beginning 1997, exited Mining, Heavy Equipment Operation, Welding and long-haul truck driving. Since entering the finance industry his clientele has ranged from those purchasing their first home, building their dream home or investing in multiple properties for long term cash flow. His expertise is in the complicated. Presently ranked in the top 1% in an industry of over 300,000 licensed loan originators closing in excess of 100 transactions per month. Aaron is that battle-worn partner every real estate entrepreneur needs to walk thru the tough parts of building a real estate business.
In addition to a career in real estate finance Aaron is a Published Author with books released and dozens of magazine articles. Very happily married to his wife since 1996 with 4 children. Aaron and his wife both take great pride in watching their children mature and make calculated decisions about their lives with their parents coaching. The hindsight education is openly discussed and both parent and child benefit from such conversation which has led to the creation of a family business where each member (even the 12-year-old) has a say in the family investments and growth of the family assets.
Aaron and his wife recently retired from 9 years of service with the Pinal County Sheriff’s office volunteer Rescue Unit. Both retired as team leaders. Aaron’s specific role within the Unit with designations as EMT (his wife is a Paramedic) was to lead the Technical Rescue unit as well as the Off-road and as well as the Air Rescue Unit’s. During those years the team experienced in excess of 50 rescues each year. In many cases, the missions completed received international media attention with lives preserved in extreme circumstances.