Aaron Amuchastegui is proud to be able to share his life with his beautiful wife and 3 lovely daughters.  Why Aaronamuchastegui.com? One thought would be to make sure all of the other Aaron Amuchastegui’s don’t get it first, but we know that isn’t the case.  Aaron has experienced some of life lowest lows, and highest highs.  In the past 10 years he has built many companies, websites, bought and sold more than 700 houses nationwide, and running many successful, and un-successful business ventures, going from broke to wealthy, to broke to wealthy several times.  Creating these self-branding websites will help Aaron have a central spot to be able to share with friends, families, and colleagues which ventures he is focusing on now (it takes a lot of effort to constantly update his 30-40 other company websites).

Aaron Amuchastegui is also hoping to share on a broader scale more information about life’s journeys, positive and negative business influences like books and practices, and what he is learning about his current hobbies like fitness, photography, and gardening.  Aaron’s human guinea pig concept isn’t unique, and follows the path of many successful authors and businessmen who are making their mark sharing the secrets they have learned, rather than solely capitalize on them.

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Personal Blog

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A lot of people don’t know that one of my hobbies […] read more

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Please excuse my double rainbow guy level of excitement as we went to see the lava flowing in to the ocean on the big Island of Hawaii. Bike Rides, with kids, lots of adventure. Other options to see lava is up at the crater, which we did too (Just no read more

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Texas was an Road Trip.  The kids were troopers, and we […] read more

Professional Blog

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I’ve had the privilege lately to be asked to come […] read more

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It is almost time for New Year’s Eve, which means […] read more

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You need to be willing to do what others won't. This is how we manage projects from far away. read more

 Family Man
Aaron has learned that busy work schedules and busy family lives are difficult to balance. After making numerous mistakes of placing too many things above family, and taking a supportive family for granted, he is proud to share that his new work/life/personal balance places family first and hopes to share some of these experiences in his personal blog.

 Work Experience

Aaron Amuchastegui has been involved in the construction and real estate business since he was a child.  Mr. Amuchastegui attended the University of Oregon School of Architecture, and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.

From 2005-2009, Mr. Amuchastegui served as the division manager for the southern California operations of a large privately owned homebuilder.  As the real estate and new construction market started changing dramatically, so did his experience.  In 2008, Aaron gained experience with distressed assets while consulting on valuation and assessment packages of large bank liquidation sales after banks were taken over by the fed.  With portfolio note values totalling over $1 Billion, and assets spread through 7 states, these valuations led to a new understanding of the current real estate market.

Through AMA Construct Inc., Mr Amuchastegui has managed the acquisition and sales of more than 700 single family homes across 9 states. His company has developed proprietary software to track employees, contractors, agents, and properties to help manage assets nationally.

He is a general contractor, and was a founding partner of Triforma Capital Inc, a real estate investment company, and Homerock LLC, a real estate asset management company.

His real estate companies hit their peaks in 2012.  In 2014, the market changed dramatically and buying abilities decreased from 30 homes per month to 2-4 homes per month.  Aaron re-evaluated his operations and through the help of many concepts from business authors has found ways to reduce operational overhead dramatically by decreasing inefficiencies and individual output 10-fold.  It was a very difficult transition to revamp a business after annual gross income fell to what was previously an average month.

 Education

Cal Poly State University – San Luis Obispo
Magna Cum Laude, BS Construction Management 2003-2006

University of Oregon – School of Architecture
1998-2000

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