Monthly Archives: June 2016

4 Ways To Be A Better Landlord

Posted by JD Esajian // June 30, 2016

be a better landlord

Owning a rental property and collecting rent checks is one of the best aspects of real estate investing. As great as being a landlord is it is far from easy.  There is a lot that goes into owning a rental property.  Between finding a good property, good tenants and putting a good team in place […]

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Close More Deals With Motivated Sellers

Posted by JD Esajian // June 29, 2016

motivated seller

The most successful real estate investors are able to convert deals with motivated sellers. These are the deals with sellers who are going to close with somebody and that person has to be you.  They may be facing foreclosure, short sale, probate, divorce or have some other reason for wanting and needing to close quickly.  […]

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Avoid These Common Rehabbing Mistakes

Posted by JD Esajian // June 28, 2016

house flipping

Pulling off a successful rehab project is a lot more difficult than most investors imagine. You need to find the perfect mix of the right property coupled with the right improvements.  All the while you need to keep an eye on the budget and deliver quality work.  When everything works there are plenty of profits […]

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5 Tips To Close More Bank Owned Properties

Posted by JD Esajian // June 27, 2016

bank owned property

There are still thousands of properties out there owned by banks. Even though most of their portfolio was reduced after the mortgage collapse there is new inventory created every day. Every time a property goes into foreclosure and doesn’t sell the bank retains that property.  As most investors know banks are not in the business […]

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5 Ways To Increase Rents And Improve Rental Property Value

Posted by JD Esajian // June 24, 2016

rental property

Owning a rental property is one of the best ways to accumulate both short and long term wealth. However, owning a rental property alone doesn’t guarantee a positive return.  The best owners take an active approach in improving their property.  Without constant maintenance and upgrades even the best properties slowly deteriorate.  When they do instead […]

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5 Must-Haves With Your Real Estate Website

Posted by JD Esajian // June 23, 2016

real estate website

One of the first things that most new businesses do is develop a website. The real estate investing business is no different. A good website will give you a decided advantage over your investing competition.  However it is not enough to simply throw a few pages together and wait for traffic to roll in.  Your […]

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5 Hidden Home Buying Expenses

Posted by JD Esajian // June 22, 2016

homebuying expenses

There is a lot that goes into buying a home. This is the case whether you plan on living in the property or using it as an investment.  What most veteran homebuyers know is that the list price is not the amount you end up spending.  Between property taxes, insurance and miscellaneous closing costs this […]

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6 Easy Ways To Grow Your Referral Base

Posted by JD Esajian // June 21, 2016

referral marketing

Growing your referral base has never been easier. Between social media and the ability to find almost anybody on line your reach is as large as it has ever been.  How well you take advantage of these tools goes a long way in determining your investing success.  Having a large referral base not only makes […]

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5 Must-Haves On Your Next Fix And Flip Deal

Posted by JD Esajian // June 20, 2016

fix and flip deal

There are multiple paths to rehab success. If you watch five different rehab shows you will see five different styles and personalities. What makes the real estate business so great is that you can invest to your personality. When looking at fix and flip deals there are a few things that most every investor looks […]

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Why Letting Your Goals Guide You Will Lead To Success

Posted by JD Esajian // June 17, 2016

goal setting

There are many different ways to invest in real estate. If you are not careful it is easy to experiment with as many of these options as you can find. While there is nothing wrong with a little trial and error without a firm plan in place you will end up constantly chasing your tail. […]

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