Posted by JD Esajian // July 25, 2016
To run an efficient rental property you need to be a good landlord. There are many rental property owners who do not have the residual cash flow to hire a dedicated property manager. This puts them in the front lines with all of their tenants. Instead of treating it as a job you should think […]
Posted by JD Esajian // July 8, 2016
Owning a rental property is one of the building blocks for long term wealth. If you run things right you can collect checks and build equity for as long as you own the property. As great as this scenario may be you also need to take time and consider the alternative. Regardless of your experience […]
Posted by JD Esajian // June 10, 2016
One of the most stressful periods for any landlord is the end of the lease. For a month or so, there is a balance between finding new tenants while seamlessly moving the existing ones out. What you do in during this time can greatly impact the next several months and beyond. The best landlords have […]
Posted by JD Esajian // May 16, 2016
No landlord ever thinks their tenant is going to default. Eventually at some point in every residential, commercial or industrial lease this is often the case. When it happens how you handle it can make all the difference. An eviction can engulf your business, and your life, for months on end. Not only it is […]
Posted by JD Esajian // May 12, 2016
A good rental property can completely change your portfolio. While most investors are only focused on the next deal a quality rental property can supply long term wealth. Five, ten and even twenty years may seem like a lifetime from now but often comes much quicker than we think. With a strong rental portfolio to […]
Posted by JD Esajian // December 13, 2012
Rents are on the rise, signaling the time is ripe to buy CT homes. A new report from the Hartford Courant and data compiler Trulia reveals Connecticut real estate is catching rebound fever as rental rates head up.
Posted by JD Esajian // February 10, 2012
Forget about flipping houses this year. With more families opting to pay for a lease rather than a mortgage, the decision to rent out properties is now the most popular real estate investing decision you can make. But before you go and buy all those foreclosures in your neighborhood, there are a few things you need to know in order to be a successful landlord.