Man Asks Toronto’s Lavish Home Owners What They Do For A Living, And It Goes Viral

Man Asks Toronto’s Lavish Home Owners What They Do For A Living, And It Goes Viral

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In today’s world, a lot of people aspire to join the seven-figure club. Who isn’t dreaming of becoming wealthy? But are you aware that most rich people don’t stop working or go for endless shopping sprees and vacations? There’s truly a difference between living a life of careless spending and living for long-term financial independence. 

Self-made rich people aren’t necessarily smarter than you, but they have mastered some crucial principles that help stay ahead. Ever wondered what rich people do for a living in a bid to live in lavish homes? Aaron Vankampem, who got curious on the mentioned above via a now-viral TikTok part 1-8 series, has bravely knocked on the doors of lavish homeowners in Toronto to ask what they do for a living.

Aaron Vankampem, a Freelance location scout, bravely knocked on the doors of lavish homeowners in Toronto to ask what they do for a living

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The Freelance location scout for his Toronto-based organization ‘One Percent Homes’ came across rich people, including a dream worker and a cannabis store owner. 

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This skit has earned Aaron over 500k followers, having shared the outcome to TikTok. ‘I am simply doing this for people who have passed by a luxury house and wondered what they do for a living.’ Aaron reportedly said.

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He added that he’s regularly making inquiries about filming at places, such as homes, as a location scout. On the other hand, his latest TikTok clip was an idea to expand his business. 

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‘I wanted to increase my income and workload because my primary source of income – bartending got crippled by the global pandemic.’ Aaron explained.

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However, each of his videos featured multiple properties, including front of the homes and driveways, although Aaron took permission from the homeowners to film. Nevertheless, the homes Aaron visited cost an estimated $5 to $10million, and they’re situated in the Greater Toronto Area and some neighboring cities.  

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