Monthly Archives: May 2016

Avoid These Four Common Investing Mistakes

Posted by JD Esajian // May 31, 2016

investing mistakes

Last month the median sales price of existing homes in the United States rose for the 48th consecutive month. This increase has led to a boom in the popularity of real estate investing. It seems that almost everyone wants to flip houses or own a rental property. While the real estate business is available to […]

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Everything You Need To know About Getting A Real Estate License

Posted by JD Esajian // May 27, 2016

real estate license

One of the most popular debates in the real estate community is whether or not to obtain your real estate license. For every investor who says it doesn’t have an impact there is another who will tell you how it has transformed their career. Like most everything else in real estate it depends on your […]

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Six Things All New Investors Should Know

Posted by JD Esajian // May 26, 2016

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As a real estate investor there are days when you just wish you go could back in time and change some of the mistakes you have made. As far as we know this technology hasn’t been created yet, but I’m sure they are working on it. Instead of hopping in your time machine you can […]

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5 Tips To Help Maximize Profit On Rehab Deals

Posted by JD Esajian // May 25, 2016

Custom rehab job

As a rehabber the focus should always be on your bottom line. If you don’t have an eye towards maximizing profits on every deal you will be left disappointed with the results. The goal isn’t just to rehab a property but to make it worth your time. Maximizing profits starts even before you make an […]

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A Beginners Guide For Evaluating Any Deal

Posted by JD Esajian // May 24, 2016

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So you want to buy an investment property. After months of circling around the business you have finally decided that the time is now.  The only problem is that you aren’t exactly sure where to begin. As you start your property search there are a few critical areas of evaluation you need to focus on. […]

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Benefits Of Investing With Friends And Family

Posted by JD Esajian // May 23, 2016

Investor mindset

There is nothing greater in life than enjoying success with friends and family. As great as the highs of these moments can be there is another side to that coin.  What if things go wrong?  Many investors are steadfastly against investing with people they know because of all the potential issues it can create. They […]

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5 Investing Mistakes You Need to Avoid

Posted by JD Esajian // May 20, 2016

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There are two types of mistakes in the real estate business: minor errors you can learn from and those that can cripple your business. While it is always helpful learning on the job you never want to make a mistake that sets you and your business back.  All it takes is one bad mistake to […]

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5 Things You Must Do Before You Buy A Rental Property

Posted by JD Esajian // May 19, 2016

For rent sign in front yard

The real estate investing business is growing by leaps and bounds. Last year alone investment home sales jumped by over 7%. Many of these purchases were made by new investors buying rental properties.  While rental properties can be a tremendous addition to your portfolio they also have their own set of problems. Even though anyone […]

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Generate Leads Without Breaking The Bank

Posted by JD Esajian // May 18, 2016

lead generation

All good investors rely on lead generation. You can do everything else right but without new leads coming in your business won’t get very far. One of the most common excuses that new investors make is not having enough money to spend on marketing. The reality is that you don’t need a lot of money […]

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Get In Front Of Rental Property Issues Before They Happen

Posted by JD Esajian // May 17, 2016

rental property issues

There are problems with almost every rental property. Most of these in minor in nature but they have to be dealt with nonetheless. How you handle these problems when they arise will go a long in determining your bottom line. Like other areas of your investing business it is always better to be proactive than […]

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