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Full Time Income, Part Time Lifestyle Real Estate Investing with Aaron Mazzrillo

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Full Time Income, Part Time Lifestyle Real Estate Investing with Aaron Mazzrillo

Not all real estate investors need to work 80 hours a week to put food on the table and build their wealth. On today’s episode of the BiggerPockets Podcast we are excited to introduce you to Aaron Mazzrillo, a real estate investor from the Southern California area who makes a great full time living with just 4 to 5 hours of work per day. Aaron’s smart strategies for wholesaling, buy and hold, and flipping are fascinating and will give you an entirely new perspective on building wealth through real estate – while enjoying every moment of it.

Read the transcript for episode 37 with Aaron Mazzrillo here.

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In This Show, We Cover

  • How Aaron was able to quit his job through real estate
  • Investing in expensive areas
  • Finding properties through wholesalers
  • Negotiating with sellers and cash buyers
  • Aaron’s exact direct mail strategy
  • Why wholesaling isn’t the best strategy for starting out
  • Advanced methods for structuring no-money down deals
  • How to really determine expenses on a rental
  • Dealing with tenants without losing your mind
  • Starting a real estate mastermind group

Links From the Show

The New iOS7 BiggerPockets App
BiggerPockets Pro
BiggerPockets Book on Estimating Rehab Costs
BiggerPockets Book on Flipping Houses
Fiverr.com – Get any task done for $5
Tenant Screening: The Ultimate Guide

Books Mentioned in the Show

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
Getting Everything You Can Out of All You’ve Got by Jay Abraham

Tweetable Topics

Surround yourself with the kind of people you want to become (Tweet This!)

When negotiating, focus on explaining the outcome for the seller (Tweet This!)

If you can’t afford to keep it vacant – you can’t afford to keep it (Tweet This!)

I don’t consider myself a real estate investor…I consider myself a marketer who invests in real estate. (Tweet This!)

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Aaron’s BiggerPockets Profile

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