Monthly Archives: August 2016

5 Questions to Consider Before Jumping Into The Real Estate Business

Posted by JD Esajian // August 31, 2016

real estate investing

Are you thinking about investing in real estate? If you are reading this you are off to a great start. However now is when the real work begins.  You can’t just dive right in and make offers on every new property you see.  You need to think about investing in real estate like running a […]

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5 Ways To Get the Most Out Of Every Networking Opportunity

Posted by JD Esajian // August 30, 2016


Networking events are a great way to grow your list of contacts. This isn’t exactly breaking news but many investors network for the wrong reasons.  They go simply to talk to someone they know have an appetizer and slip out before the meeting is over.  Those investors that embrace networking and more importantly understand how […]

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Six Areas Of Focus For Any New Investor

Posted by JD Esajian // August 29, 2016

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There is no magic formula that guarantees success in the real estate world. What makes investing in real estate so great is that there are many different ways to go about it.   One day you can be sitting at your desk wondering what to do with your life and the next you can be closing […]

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4 Things To Consider When You Are Selling A Property

Posted by JD Esajian // August 26, 2016

home selling

There are a handful of subtle things you should be doing if you are selling your property. Some of these are common sense but all of them can have a tremendous impact on your bottom line. Even in a seller’s market, it is not enough to list your home and wait for the offers to […]

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How To Protect Your Business At All Times

Posted by JD Esajian // August 25, 2016

protect your business

As a real estate investor it is important to protect your business at all times. Regardless if you close one deal a year or one a month you need to treat it like a business.  Not only should you keep an eye on numbers and policies but you should think about your business as an […]

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Your First Investment Purchase Checklist

Posted by JD Esajian // August 24, 2016

first investment purchase

There is a lot to consider when buying your first investment property.  In addition to finding the right market you also need to know what you want from the property.  By starting with the end in mind it will help guide you every step of the way.  Knowing your property goals will also give you […]

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5 Things To Think About Before You Make An Offer

Posted by JD Esajian // August 23, 2016

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There is a lot to consider before making an offer. In the excitement of finding a good property and working on a new deal it is easy to get overzealous.  You want the deal so badly that you may lose track of what is really important.  The goal of any investor is not to accumulate […]

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5 Steps To Rental Property Ownership

Posted by JD Esajian // August 22, 2016

rental property owner

Most new investors realize the benefits of rental property ownership. Just one well performing rental property can completely transform your portfolio.  There is nothing wrong with quick flips and rehabs but there should be some balance to your business.  A rental property will not only generate monthly cash flow but can offer tax breaks and […]

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Is A Business Partnership Right For You?

Posted by JD Esajian // August 19, 2016

business partner

The right business partner can completely transform your business. They can open up new doors and bring your business to a whole new level. For as much as the right partner can help the wrong partner can cause months of misery. Because of this getting into a partnership is a decision that shouldn’t be taken […]

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6 Ways To Make The Most Of Your Mistakes

Posted by JD Esajian // August 18, 2016

learn from mistakes

All real estate investors make mistakes. In fact if you have not made a mistake you probably aren’t as involved in the business as you need to be.  One of the biggest fears for new and old investors alike is the fear of failure.  In some cases this fear paralyzes them to the point where […]

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