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5 Items That Impact Local Real Estate Markets

Posted by JD Esajian // February 15, 2017

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With all the constant news and information regarding the real estate market it is easy to get confused sometimes. One day you hear that interest rates are going up and housing market is in trouble for 2017.  The next day you hear that there will be an increase in loan programs which will open the […]


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The Basic Steps Of A Real Estate Transaction

Posted by JD Esajian // February 14, 2017

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Every new investor wants to dive into the business as quickly as possible. They watch their favorite investing show on TV and think things will be just as easy.  Without knowing what steps to take you will run yourself into circles and not get very far.  Regardless of what type of investing you want to […]


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Business Development: Why Every Good Investor Needs A Plan

Posted by JD Esajian // February 13, 2017

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If you are considering getting involved in real estate you need to have a plan. Your plan doesn’t need to be elaborate or even overly formal but you should have some sense of where you want your business to go.  Where most investors get in trouble is thinking they know the business simply by watching […]


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5 Ways To Promote Your Business

Posted by JD Esajian // February 7, 2017

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In today’s day and age of advanced technology there are dozens of effective ways to successfully promote your business. While social media is currently the most popular it is far from the only option.  The increase in technology has made it easier than ever to spread your message and get your businesses name out.  With […]


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5 Simple Things You Can Do To Improve Your Rental Property

Posted by JD Esajian // February 6, 2017

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Successful rental properties are all about finding the right tenants. Once you find tenants that truly enjoy your property you can expect the lease to go as smooth as possible.  To find the right tenant your rental needs to stand out from the crowd.  There is plenty of rental demand in most markets.  It is […]


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5 House Flipping Mistakes Newbies Must Avoid

Posted by JD Esajian // February 2, 2017

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Not every rehab and flip deal you get involved in will be successful. With poor planning and unrealistic numbers you can and sometimes will lose money.  As much as investors don’t want to hear this they need to recognize the possibility.  All it takes is a few small mistakes to turn a profitable looking property […]


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4 Daily Habits Every Investor Should Adopt

Posted by JD Esajian // February 1, 2017

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Good habits are the foundation of any good business. If you put a camera on most successful people you will see their day is filled with habits that save time, improve focus and ultimately help accomplish more daily tasks.  These habits are engrained in their mind and are non-negotiable regardless of whatever else is going […]


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Don’t Forget These 5 Hidden Rental Property Expenses

Posted by JD Esajian // January 30, 2017

rental property expenses

A buy and hold rental portfolio is one of the building blocks of long term real estate investing success. Regardless if you have one single family property or a pool of apartment buildings it is critical that you understand the numbers.  Omitting or miscalculating a few expenses can quickly cause a profitable looking property to […]


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Is Student Housing Right For You?

Posted by JD Esajian // January 27, 2017

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There are always two sides to every coin. If you are in the real estate business long enough you will find there are many different ways to build a portfolio.  Some investors strictly stick to quick flips and rehabs while others look for long term buy and hold properties.  Within the buy and hold segment […]


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Borrowing Money From Family & Friends: A Viable Option?

Posted by JD Esajian // January 26, 2017

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It seems like everyone wants to be involved in real estate. You probably have a Great Uncle, co-worker or someone you went to school with talk to you about investing in real estate.  You may have even discussed all the success you could have and maybe even a little about how you would go about […]


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