Aaron B. Lewis is a Real Estate Broker who lives, works and plays in Metro-Detroit.


Vision: To re-establish pride of ownership in Detroit and create wealth for its residents while salvaging the historic craftsmanship/architecture that makes this city great.

He specializes in Detroit area real estate, loves working with the community and working to reestablish value and pride in Detroit area neighborhoods. His experience and work ethic while investing and managing multi-family homes and apartment buildings in Detroit and surrounding areas have armed him with the knowledge, network and processes to keep his clients coming back.

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Recent Blogs

  • Detroit Investment Properties 101:Wayne County Auction- followup from video call Sorry but technology difficulties with the video call today. I will have another hopefully this week. In the meantime I have written responses to  items that i wanted to cover ...
    Posted Oct 8, 2014, 10:45 AM by Aaron B Lewis
  • Learn (this Sat Oct4th) how to find good deals on Detroit Investment properties http://www.stratheracademy.com/seminars/
    Posted Oct 3, 2014, 6:30 PM by Aaron B Lewis
  • Detroit Investment Properties:101 How to find deals. First step learn from those with the deals.Align yourself with experts. Learn from the "Master".
    Posted Oct 3, 2014, 5:53 PM by Aaron B Lewis
  • Detroit investment property. The best places to find them? More to come. But this is not one of themhttp://www.loopnet.com/Michigan/Detroit_Investment-Properties-For-Sale/
    Posted Sep 23, 2014, 9:11 AM by Aaron B Lewis
  • Absolute 1st step in successful real estate investing. Set S.M.A.R.T goals SpecificGoals must call for specific actions, behaviors or events to be successfully met. Individuals must define their desired results within each goal statement using a proactive voice. For example ...
    Posted May 9, 2014, 12:09 PM by Aaron B Lewis
  • Detroit is #1 in my opinion (and it is a positive ranking to be certain) This article about best citys for rental investing is partly accurate. I argue only a few points 1. The prices they reference are extremely high, I get into properties for ...
    Posted Apr 24, 2014, 3:35 AM by Aaron B Lewis
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