Professional Real Estate Investor
I started out in the industry as a typical recreational investor, just looking for higher yields on my “spare change” investments.
I quickly became wise to the specific advantages of rental properties as an investment class: the appreciation on the properties exceeded inflation, and my rental incomes both created equity and provided a positive monthly cash-flow.
By my third property, I was hooked.
Steps to Financial Freedom
Aaron Bellmore is the founder of Fresh Coast Investments.
Fresh Coast Investments (FCI) provides Real Estate investment opportunities working with investors looking for passive income. FCI co-purchases revenue properties with our clients and then take care of all the business side of things, including the long-term property and tenant management.
Our clients provide the initial down-payment and then we split all profits providing both parties with monthly cash-flow as well as long-term equity.
There are no hidden fees or commissions. “If you aren’t making money, neither are we”
What kind of difference would that kind of ROI make for your retirement?
What do you get when an oil company needs to sell it’s employee housing property due to a down-turn in the industry?
Today I’d like to introduce you to a couple who are investors with FreshCoast, Ken & Liz (not their real names, they asked to be anonymous).
Aaron Bellmore grew up on Vancouver Island where he enjoyed swimming, surfing, fishing, camping and snowboarding. He is a journeyman pipe-fitter but has retired from the construction industry by investing in real estate.
He is a member of the Chamber of Commerce, Momentum Networking, CFIB, BBB, contributes and volunteers at the St. Lawrence Center and is a REIA (Real Estate Investment Advisor) certified by the Legacy Council of Canada. He also helps others pursue their goals by sharing the power of real estate as a path to freedom.
Aaron is the proud father of three boys and spends his free time with his family being active, travelling and enjoying the outdoors of Western Canada.