22 November 2020 Posted By : Tanja Saric

Toronto man films himself asking owners of expensive homes what they do for a living

A guy from Toronto is gaining a lot of attention on TikTok for showing up to expensive homes to ask the owners what it is they do for a living. 

Aaron Vankampen, a freelance location scout for his company One Percent Homes, has built quite a following on social media by asking expensive home owners something pretty much everyone has been dying to ask: how do you make your money?

Judging by his TikTok videos, Vankampen has stumbled across some pretty stunning homes and is not afraid to simply knock on the door and ask the owners that burning question. 

Vankampen said that his business was suffering due to the spread of COVID-19, and as a result, he began doing this as a creative way to market it and save it. 

"I've worked as a freelance location scout in the film industry for five years. In those five years, I've had to approach homes and businesses and inquire to film the spaces for various productions" Vankampen told blogTO. 

"I was looking for a way to promote my location scouting business via social media because the pandemic has drastically effected business. I saw the 'What do you do for a living?' trend and thought I could take a spin on it with the locations I have and my ability to knock on doors and inquire about filming."

When people ask Vankampen what he does for a living now, he gets to say that he asks people what they do for a living. 

"People are really interested to know what I do for a living and every time I answer it's, 'I ask people what they do for a living.'"

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