Monthly Archives: March 2016

8 Professionals You Need On Your Investing Team

Posted by JD Esajian // March 31, 2016

build perfect team

In real estate you are only as good as your weakest link. You can have all the motivation in the world but you need a good team around you to make it happen.  Even though you may invest individually you need the support of the people around you.  Your team consists of many individuals that […]

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4 Advantages Of Multi Family Investing

Posted by JD Esajian // March 30, 2016

multi family housing investment

There is more than one way to invest in real estate. One of the most intimidating hurdles in the real estate world is taking the leap to multifamily investing.  The common thought is that with increased units comes increased risk.  The reality is that the opposite is often the case.  Sure, multifamily properties can be […]

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The Pros And Cons Of Short Sales

Posted by JD Esajian // March 29, 2016

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There are hundreds of short sale deals being closed every day. What was once the most popular real estate investing niche has managed to remain relevant in recent years.  While the deep discounts are not as abundant there are still many good deals to be had.  Like any other real estate deal the key is […]

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7 Inexpensive Ways To Find Sellers

Posted by JD Esajian // March 28, 2016

open house

The best real estate investors understand the importance of a keeping a full pipeline. Closing a deal today is great only if you can find ways to build on that momentum.  In almost any market there are motivated sellers.  The key is to constantly strive for ways to find them.  One of the misconceptions in […]

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7 Steps To Keep Your Rental Property Occupied

Posted by JD Esajian // March 25, 2016

It takes great management to run a successful rental property. One of the most important aspects of rental property management is avoiding vacancies.  Every month that rental income is not coming in directly costs you money.  In most cases these vacancies can be avoided with proper marketing.  There are several little things that you can […]

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The Perfect Lease From Beginning To End

Posted by JD Esajian // March 24, 2016

Find tenants

As a rental property owner you are only as good as your tenants. You can do everything right with the property but if your tenants are poor it won’t make a difference.  Dealing with tenants is more than just handing them a key and waiting for checks every month.  They should fully understand expectations and […]

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The 5 Most Important Aspects Of A Rehab Deal

Posted by JD Esajian // March 23, 2016

There is tremendous potential currently in the rehab property market. What makes this area so appealing is that you don’t need a license or certificate to get started.  One day you can be sitting at your cubicle and the next the owner of an investment property.  As popular as rehabbing is there are a few […]

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Does Is Make Sense To Refinance?

Posted by JD Esajian // March 22, 2016


Mortgage interest rates have been all over the place in the past 30 days. One day they drop significantly and the next they are on the rise.  If you lock in rates at just the right time, you may be able to time the market perfectly.  Before you celebrate your interest rate reduction there are […]

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7 Golden Rules Of Real Estate Investing

Posted by JD Esajian // March 21, 2016

golden rule

These are the golden rules of real estate that will keep you safe and in the green… There are a lot of ‘rules’, strategies, and philosophies thrown around the real estate world. Some of them are helpful, others can be counterproductive. Then there is this set of core golden rules. If you can only pack […]

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5 Tips To Help You Deal With Business Debt

Posted by JD Esajian // March 18, 2016

business debt

There is nothing that can bring your business down quicker than excessive debt. You may be able to manage it for a while but the slightest reduction of income will cause the air to come out of the balloon.  If you are like most business owners, and Americans in general, you deal with debt.  If […]

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