Monthly Archives: March 2016

Selling a Home: How to Choose Between 5 Different Offers

Posted by JD Esajian // March 17, 2016

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Selling a home? Which offer will you accept? When you put your home up for sale you’ll attract all types of offers. The most notable difference between these offers is normally financing, and how buyers intend to pay for their purchase. So what types of bids might you get? Which are the best choices for […]

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Why Do Experienced Real Estate Investors Still Use Realtors?

Posted by JD Esajian // March 16, 2016

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Why do even the most capable and experienced real estate investors still use agents? Some real estate investors start out in the industry trained to avoid working with Realtors in any way. Others simply see them as the competition and an unnecessary expense. So why is it that when you look at agent listings, public […]

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10 Steps to Kickstart Your Real Estate Career

Posted by JD Esajian // March 15, 2016

Kickstart your real estate career and launch yourself to success with a bang! Whether still learning about real estate investing, or working on getting your real estate license there is plenty to do to get setup and running. You do not have to wait to get started on these items. You shouldn’t wait on most […]

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How To Overcome Real Estate’s Most Common Challenges

Posted by JD Esajian // March 14, 2016

How can real estate investors overcome this year’s top challenges and invest successfully? Make no mistake; there will always be challenges, and bumps on the road to where you want to go. So what are some of those hurdles holding back new investors from getting started, and the experienced from breaking through their goals this […]

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Turning Real Estate Lemons Into Lemonade

Posted by JD Esajian // March 11, 2016

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How can investors turn today’s ripe real estate lemons into financial lemonade? There is a new crop of ‘lemon’ properties ripening out there. This low hanging fruit can actually be extremely profitable for the entrepreneurial property investor that recognizes the opportunity, and squeezes it. Beyond Legacy Foreclosures There are still a significant amount of foreclosures […]

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Get The Most Out Of Your Rental Property

Posted by JD Esajian // March 10, 2016


Rental properties are a great way to build your long term investing portfolio. Not only can they provide monthly cash flow but they offer long term appreciation potential.  As high as the upside is not every property will be a home run.  Purchasing the wrong property in the wrong market will do much more harm […]

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Real Estate Marketing Ideas For Easter

Posted by JD Esajian // March 9, 2016

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Hop on these Easter real estate marketing ideas and smash through to your goals… Easter is coming, and it’s bringing a big opportunity for real estate investors, agents, business owners, and even homeowners that have been looking for a boost in marketing and selling homes. For some this will be a pivotal weekend for thawing […]

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12 Awesome Perks Of Being A Real Estate Investor

Posted by JD Esajian // March 8, 2016

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What’s so great about being a real estate investor? There are a ton of advantages of investing in real estate for a living. Many of these perks are often overlooked. Here are a dozen that it are worth remembering… 1. The Money The enhanced income and net worth may be one of the biggest attractions […]

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Real Estate Investing: 10 Ways to Motivate Yourself

Posted by JD Esajian // March 7, 2016

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How can more aspiring real estate investors thrust themselves into action and achieve their dreams? Even knowing the big benefits of real estate, knowing you absolutely need it to survive, and having gained some real estate education simply isn’t enough to move some aspiring real estate investors to the action they need to take. It […]

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Tips For Buying A Property With Tenants

Posted by JD Esajian // March 4, 2016

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How can buyers better navigate the process of purchasing properties with existing tenants? Tenant occupied rental properties can be very attractive. As a real estate investor it can take some of the risk and guess work out compared to acquiring a property, then looking for a renter. The same goes for ‘house hackers’ looking for […]

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