Monthly Archives: June 2016

5 Keys To Direct Mail Marketing Success

Posted by JD Esajian // June 16, 2016

direct mail marketing

There is a lot that goes into a successful direct mail campaign. It is not enough to fire off thousands of letters to a random group of people and wait for your phone to ring.  For as beneficial as direct mail can be it can also cripple your business if you are not careful.  You […]

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How To Change Your Business With The Right Mindset

Posted by JD Esajian // June 15, 2016

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Now is a great time to invest in real estate. Every day new investors are entering the business with great success. This success, however, does not come easy.  Like any other business real estate is full of ups and downs.  The odds are you will not be flooded with deals your first month in the […]

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5 Steps To Finding Better Tenants

Posted by JD Esajian // June 14, 2016

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As a rental property owner finding good tenants is a necessary evil. The screening process itself can be long and grueling but it will impact your business for the next several months.  Good tenants are the key to any good rental property.  It is important that you spend the time to know exactly who you […]

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5 Fundamentals Of Real Estate Success

Posted by JD Esajian // June 13, 2016

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Becoming a successful real estate investor does not happen overnight. In most cases it takes several years and countless hours of hard work to achieve this goal. Even when you think you have made it you are still facing an uphill battle.  If you are like most investors you are more focused on finding deals […]

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The Tenant Turnover Process In 6 Steps

Posted by JD Esajian // June 10, 2016

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One of the most stressful periods for any landlord is the end of the lease. For a month or so, there is a balance between finding new tenants while seamlessly moving the existing ones out. What you do in during this time can greatly impact the next several months and beyond. The best landlords have […]

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5 Traits All Successful Investors Possess

Posted by JD Esajian // June 9, 2016

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There is much more to the real estate business than simply knowing a formula or understanding a market. While these are certainly a plus they will not directly help you close a deal. Oftentimes times deals are gained or lost solely based on a few popular traits that successful investors possess. They do not require […]

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4 Sources Of Capital For Your Next Deal

Posted by JD Esajian // June 8, 2016

source of capital

The first step of any real estate deal is securing financing. Any grand real estate plans you have are based on your available capital. It will directly impact the market you choose, the purchase price, repair budget and everything about your transaction. One of the most common complaints in the investing business is the inability […]

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It’s Almost Time For Your Mid-Year Review

Posted by JD Esajian // June 7, 2016

mid-year review

As we enter June we are quickly approaching the half way point of the year. As difficult as it may be to believe, New Year’s Eve was over five months ago. If you are like most people, any resolutions you made are a distant memory.  Hopefully you are following through on your goals and your […]

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The Five Most Important Qualities Of A Rehab Property

Posted by JD Esajian // June 6, 2016

Not every property is a great rehab property. As a rehabber there is often a thin line between success and disappointment. Your success starts with choosing the right property to work on.  You can have a great property but if the location is poor you won’t get the most out of it. The right property […]

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Is A Condo The Right Investment For You?

Posted by JD Esajian // June 3, 2016

condo investment

If you invest in real estate long enough what you will find is that there are many differing opinions on what works and what doesn’t. If you ask ten investors if a condo is a good investment half of them will say absolutely not while the other half would be open to the idea. Like […]

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