In 2004 he was fired from a corporate job he hated and, along with his wife Ruth, founded a government contracting company in the basement of their home.
Over the next ten years, as they were building a multi-million dollar federal contracting company, Martin and Ruth began using their profits to purchase residential and commercial rental properties in the Washington, DC area.
In 2013, Martin invested in a live, two-day workshop on note investing and immediately began applying what he learned to his own investment portfolio. From 2013 until now, Martin remains a full time note investor that lives on the cash flow he has built through note investing and real estate.
On May 1, 2017 Martin’s first book, Note Investing Made Easier, debuted at #1 on Amazon. Since that time he has been traveling the country sharing his method of profitably turning non-performing notes into 30-year income streams.
Martin Saenz holds a Master of Business Administration from Drexel University, and a Master of Science in Project Management for George Washington University.