Marv Rousselow’s Bio

Marvin Rousselow 5 years old

 

 

 

 

 

Marv Rousselow is the president and founder of LeaseOwn Homes established in 2010, Marv’s passion is to help people become homeowners. There are so many people who have lost their homes due to bad loans, the real estate crash, lost jobs and credit due to the economy.

Marv is a full time real estate investor who teaches others how to become homeowners and how to have financial freedom through real estate. Marv also helps current investors learn how to find long term tenants, how to avoid being a landlord and earn more profit from their investments while save thousands of dollars in real estate commissions.

You can trust anything Marv shares with you about real estate investing, since 1985 Marv has acquired a vast amount of knowledge and training as a real estate investor, everything Marv teaches comes from his training and firsthand experience.

Marv knows what it is like to lose everything, in 2006 Marv was a millionaire from real estate investing and in 2007 Marv’s wife Maddie became ill and was rushed to the hospital and ended up in intensive care on life support.

Maddie was on Oxygen for three years and while Marv was caring for Maddie the real estate market crashed and Marv and Maddie lost almost everything they owned.  They lost their home of 17 years, their cars and almost all of their possessions. Marv has made his life mission to let others know that no matter what happens in your life there is hope and Marv proves that every day with his continued accomplishments in his business and personal life.

Marv grew up in Waterloo, Iowa and graduated from Central High School in 1983. Moved to California in 1985 and entered the auto industry, Marv met the love of his life Maddie soon after moving to California in 1985 and they were married December 23rd, 1990. Marv has two step children and five grandchildren and Marv and Maddie now live in Scottsdale, Arizona.

If you would like to contact Marv Rousselow please give him a call at (480) 382-8858.