Dr Aaron Rollins
Dr. Aaron Rollins has delighted patients of Elite Body Sculpture with his patient-centric approach and his status as an industry pioneer. In founding Elite Body Sculpture, Dr. Rollins advocated for and implemented an exclusive focus on laser liposuction procedures, with this level of specialization leading to consistently exceptional patient outcomes as well as the development of a number of critical procedural innovations.
Now boasting practices in Beverly Hills, New York, Houston, and Sacramento, Elite Body Sculpture is rightly recognized as an industry leader and currently expects to further expand in order to keep up with patient demand. As a result of this continued expansion, Dr. Rollins has become uniquely familiar with the commercial real estate industry and has developed a deep understanding regarding the specific trends affecting different markets across the country.
With impressive academic and professional credentials, Dr. Aaron Rollins made a point to invest in experiences that would ultimately benefit his future desire to run his own laser liposuction practice. While preparing for medical school as an undergraduate at McGill University in Montreal, Dr. Rollins took a number of fine arts electives with a specific focus on sculpture. After earning acceptance to and graduating from the McGill University Faculty of Medicine, Dr. Rollins completed his surgical residency requirements at the University of Miami and the University of California at San Francisco.
Since completing his academic requirements, Dr. Rollins has continued to pursue ongoing educational opportunities and has earned a number of professional certifications and awards. In addition to being affiliated with the American College of Surgeons, the World Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, the American Society of Liposuction Surgery, the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, and the American Board of Laser Surgery, Dr. Rollins has also been recognized for his exceptional accomplishments in the field of medicine, receiving the I.D.E.A. Bronze Medal for Medical Inventions, the Golden Key National Honor, the McGill University “Great Distinction,” and the Compassionate Doctor Certification.
1. What do you know about the real estate industry?
I’m quickly becoming especially familiar with the commercial real estate industry since my practice has undergone such rapid expansion that we have had to open new locations all over the country.
2. Have you ever sold real estate? How did you make it happen?
I’ve never sold real estate, but I have bought both residential and commercial properties.
3. How much experience do you have in buying or selling real estate?
I have enough experience that I would feel comfortable offering my advice to a friend or colleague, but not enough to confidently identify myself as an expert.
4. Have you ever made a sell or a purchase you have regretted?
No, I’ve been fortunate that the due diligence I’ve performed has served me well thus far.
5. What advice would you give inexperienced who are wanting to buy or sell?
In real estate, a detail-oriented approach is most likely to lead to the best possible outcome.
6. What have you found out to be the best way to market property?
I haven’t had to sell any of my properties yet, but I imagine the marketing approach I use to promote my medical practice could be at least partially applied.
7. What tools do you believe are essential for success in the real estate industry?
Taking the time to develop an understanding of the industry is certainly among the necessary tools; I’ve noticed that there have been quite a few people who have jumped headlong into the industry without enough forethought to ensure sustained success.
8. What has real estate taught you about life?
There are few things more valuable than knowledge, and acquiring the relevant information is most likely to ensure future success regardless of the specific pursuit.
9. How can you use what you have learned in real estate to succeed in other areas?
I’ll use it as a reminder that education should be a lifelong pursuit.
10. Do you have a mentor who taught you what you know?
Yes, I have had several who have helped me throughout different stages of my career.
11. Do you have a feedback system? How does it work?
Yes, we actually have several different systems we use through our practice. We’ve found that having multiple systems in place is the best approach for ensuring that we receive meaningful feedback for improving our methods in any way possible.