Scott Pastel

  • SFR Investor from Irvine, CA
  • Marshall Reddick Real Estate Network

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I'm all about living life to the fullest, laughing a lot, staying active and accomplishing great things. I have a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Marketing from Chapman University. I am currently working on obtaining an MBA in Entrepreneurship from Cal State Fullerton. I grew up in Orange County, CA and love playing sports and going to the beach. My father got me into real estate investing at a very young age. I bought my first property at age 24 and own 3 rental properties today. I have a passion for public speaking, educating, mentoring, writing, investing, staying in shape, good food, travel and finance.


I have over 7 years of experience in the real estate industry. I'm currently the Director of Marketing and a Managing Partner with the Marshall Reddick Real Estate Network, a company that's been around since 1979. I bought my first investment property at age 24, and own 3 today in Phoenix, AZ and Mobile, AL. After obtaining my real estate license, I went on to teach several college courses through local community colleges in Southern California. I have spoken on topics such as buying tax lien certificates, profiting with foreclosures, real estate investing mistakes to avoid, Diversifying your portfolio, and many more. I do one on one consulting and have been able to help thousands of real estate investors accomplish their goals and develop winning strategies no matter the circumstances.

Real Estate Goals

Have 10 rental properties all paid off by age 50, at which point I will be financially independent. I currently have 3 and my monthly net income is about $400/month. I've been helping some of my closest friends and family members invest, and my goal is to help at least 5 more a year. I have a unique ability to help people in their mid-20's invest, when most of the time those in their 40's and 50's do not have the ability to connect with the younger generation on a financial level.

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