Aaron’s first job after school was real estate.
He started helping out in the family business and quickly put his energy and enthusiasm to work.
Before long he was achieving some blistering numbers and other agents started to take notice.
Building your personal brand in Western Sydney’s highly competitive real estate market is not for the faint hearted, especially when you’re in your early twenties, but Aaron put his head down and studied the marketing masters.
He learned the secrets to providing advanced client care and was one of the first agents to really embrace and leverage real estate software and customer relationship management systems.
Aaron’s success won him many national awards within the First National group and before long he was being invited to train agents with his methods, systems and ideas.
In 2005 Aaron brought all his ideas and systems together and recorded his real estate training manual On Top Of Your Game, which is said to be the best selling real estate training program of all time. (more than 10,000 sold to date)
In 2008, Ray Wood invited Aaron to become an equal partner in Bestagents and his influence and ideas quickly helped the group become a major force, providing more than 500 real estate professionals with systems, support and exclusive territorial marketing rights.
In 2009, Ray and Aaron, together with business partners, Iain French and Luke Newton founded real estate software company, LockedOn.
From humble beginnings, LockedOn has quickly grown to become an Australian technology success story and is now a major player in the real estate software space in Australia and New Zealand.
Aaron and wife Verity live on acreage near Windsor NSW. They are dedicated to animal rights and have rescued many greyhounds from shelters over the years and given them a home on their property.
When not coaching agents around Australia and New Zealand or listing and selling up a storm at Elliott Shiner First National in Mt Druitt, Aaron collects vintage and classic signs and tours nearby country roads in his gun barrel grey Nissan GTR sports car.