Monthly Archives: October 2015

Uncovering The Buyer & Renter Leads Right In Front Of You

Posted by JD Esajian // October 30, 2015

Marketing for leads

Are you missing out on the buyer and renter leads that are right in front of you? Leads, leads, leads. Real estate investors, agents, and even regular homeowners are on the constant hunt for more leads. So where do they come from? How do you get more of them? No real estate listing, home for […]

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Out Of Area Real Estate Investing: Increasing Your Efficiency

Posted by JD Esajian // October 29, 2015

Buying a home

How can real estate entrepreneurs increase deal flow and profits with out of area investing? A growing number of both new and experienced real estate investors are finding out of area real estate investing to be more attractive than ever before. So what are the real benefits of looking further afield? When does it make […]

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7 Ways To Help Lower Income Renters

Posted by JD Esajian // October 28, 2015

How can landlords help lower income renters secure housing without bankrupting themselves? There should be some common sense middle ground which enables real estate investors and businesses to grow their own finances, while helping others. Housing affordability is an issue. It’s not just the lowest income earners that are running into challenges either. Even the […]

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Real Estate Investing Literacy: It’s Never Too Early

Posted by JD Esajian // October 27, 2015

Teaching kids about real estate investing

One of the most valuable gifts a parent can give their children is an introduction to the world of real estate investing. Increasing their real estate literacy could benefit them for the rest of their lives. Leaving money as an inheritance only goes so far. In fact, many wealthy individuals are shunning the idea of […]

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How To Get The Best Real Estate Freelancers To Apply To Your Jobs

Posted by JD Esajian // October 26, 2015

Men shaking hands at table.

How can real estate investors recruit the best freelancers and remote workers to help their businesses? Freelancers, remote workers, and independent contractors make up the overwhelming bulk of the real estate workforce today. We all know those with the best talent on their side have a serious advantage in the market. So how can independent […]

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Real Estate Investing: Condos VS. Single-Family Homes

Posted by JD Esajian // October 23, 2015

Single-family home

There are obvious attractions to both condos and single-family homes, especially for real estate investors. So which is the better choice? The Pros and Cons of Investing in Condos Condo buildings, town-homes, and even single-family homes in communities with HOAs can be very attractive to real estate investors. However, they also have a few quirks […]

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In Search Of Mortgage Loans For The Self-Employed

Posted by JD Esajian // October 22, 2015

Apply for a mortgage

Where are the mortgage loans for the self-employed? Interest rates and property prices are making now a great time to buy all types of real estate. We already know the window of opportunity is narrowing for the very best gains and spreads, but no matter how bullish some self-employed individuals are, loan options can seem […]

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Do You Screen Prospective Tenants?

Posted by JD Esajian // October 21, 2015

Woman screening tenants on computer

If you are a buy and hold investor who manages their own properties, screening prospective tenants is the most important thing you can do. You can find the perfect rental property in a great location, but bad tenants can ruin it all in an instant. There are many landlords who are happy to have anyone […]

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How To Overcome 6 Fears That Keep People From Investing

Posted by JD Esajian // October 20, 2015

Real estate fears

What holds people back from investing in real estate? Talk to any truly successful leader in real estate, and ask them what they think is the most common mistake being made in their respective industry. They’ll likely tell you it is “failing to buy”. It all really comes down to one thing: a lack of […]

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How To Protect Your Next Earnest Money Deposit

Posted by JD Esajian // October 19, 2015


Earnest money deposits remain one of the most controversial parts of a real estate transaction. Losing deposit money is expensive, and it can happen to even the best investors. Some are so afraid of losing the precious little deposit they have, it holds them back from buying homes and investing in real estate. Others don’t […]

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