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Aaron Fragnito: Peoples Capital Group

Season 1, Ep. 35

Today we’re going to change things up a bit and talk wtih an investor who doesn’t have any connection to Philly but does a lot of investing in densely populated urban areas so I think we can learn a lot from his experience. His name is Aaron Fragnito and he is a Co-Founder of Peoples Capital Group (PCG) in New Jersey. Aaron has completed over 250 real estate transactions, totaling more than $40,000,000 in Real Estate in his 10-year career.


Aaron started off as a real estate agent but he soon caught the investing bug and today he and his partner focus primarily on buying apartment buildings in North Jersey. So, today, Peoples Capital Group (PCG) works with qualified investors to create passive returns through commercial real estate. Aaron and his partner are experienced in locating discounted apartment buildings for sale in Northern NJ and implementing a value add strategy to create max returns for their silent investors.


Check out Aaron's podcast: Passive Cashflow NJ Commercial Investing Podcast


His Meetup: New Jersey Real Estate Network

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Season 1, Ep. 36
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