ABOUT AARON NORRIS
AARON NORRIS, MBA, APR, CSPG
VICE PRESIDENT, THE NORRIS GROUP
Aaron Norris (CA BRE #: 02038616 | NMLS #: 1641953) is Vice President of The Norris Group. His role at The Norris Group includes loan officer, investor relations, business development, as well as marketing. Aaron has been in the real estate field for over a decade having worked in the construction and design industry before joining The Norris Group in 2005. You’ll catch his speaking nationally on topics like real estate technology and innovative real estate marketing(artificial intelligence, robotics, shared economy, virtual & augmented reality, FinTech and iBuyers). Aaron is committed to keeping “Main Street” real estate investors relevant in the ever changing real estate investing landscape.
Aaron hosts the weekly award-winning Real Estate Headline Roundup Vlog as well as produces and hosts The Norris Group’s award-winning radio show and podcast. He’s also the creator of The Norris Group’s series, “I Survived Real Estate,” which will cross the 1 Million Dollars raised threshold in 2020! Aaron also serves on local nonprofit and professional association boards. In total, Aaron has been directly involved in raising over $2 million for charity since 2008.
You’ll catch some of his work on BiggerPockets.com, ThinkRealty Magazine and Forbes.
Aaron has an MBA from UC Irvine with a focus in marketing communications. He’s an Accredited Public Relations professional (APR) and also holds his Certified Specialist in Planned Giving (CPSG) designation.
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