Monthly Archives: September 2016

4 Due Diligence Items To Monitor All The Way To Closing

Posted by JD Esajian // September 30, 2016

due diligence

Investing in real estate is often a high risk/high reward scenario. All it takes is one oversight either on the property or the numbers to completely change the deal.  In order to know exactly what you are getting into you need to do your homework.  Due diligence may not be as exciting as finding financing […]

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5 Qualities That Will Help You become A Better Investor

Posted by JD Esajian // September 29, 2016

become a better investor

There is more to the real estate investing business than just the numbers. To become a better investor you need to focus on the little things in your business that can help define your success.  What successful investors have figured out is that the better you are at time management, dealing with people and staying […]

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5 Tips To Help You Negotiate Like A Pro

Posted by JD Esajian // September 28, 2016


Negotiation is a big part of the real estate investing business. It has a direct impact on everything from getting your offer accepted to getting someone to work on your schedule.  As important as it is there is a large segment of investors who aren’t comfortable negotiating. They understand the philosophy behind negotiating but don’t […]

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Why You Don’t Need An Office To Be Successful

Posted by JD Esajian // September 27, 2016

work from home

Business has changed dramatically over the past decade. It wasn’t that long ago that if you wanted to run a business you needed a dedicated office.  Over the past few years technology has completely changed where, when and even how you run a business.  Gone is the need for an office and everything in it.  […]

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Finding Deals From Absentee Owners In Three Easy Steps

Posted by JD Esajian // September 26, 2016

absentee owner

All real estate investors are on the quest to find deals that nobody else is working on. Instead of focusing on rehabs and flips there are other options available. One of the options is working with a type of motivated sellers: absentee owners.  These are out of area of area rental property owners who do […]

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What You Need To Consider If You Are Buying A Rental Property

Posted by JD Esajian // September 23, 2016

rental property

There are many investors who are on the fence when it comes to buy and hold real estate. For every five investors who recognize the upside that rental property provides there are a few that focus on the negatives.  Between dealing with tenants, handling maintenance issues and protecting your property being a landlord certainly has […]

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5 Crucial Pieces Of Advice For Real Estate Investors

Posted by JD Esajian // September 22, 2016

business advice

As a real estate investor it is easy to get influenced by the people around you. With every networking meeting and investment club you can hear a different way to run your business.  Sometimes the advice is sound and can change the way you do things.  In most cases what works for someone else does […]

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5 Costly Assumptions To Avoid When Starting Out

Posted by JD Esajian // September 21, 2016

assumptions to avoid

There are always plenty of unknowns with any new business. Investing in real estate is no different.  There are many new investors who feel they have an idea of what they are in for based solely on what they see on TV.  After they get started they quickly realize that their vision doesn’t match reality.  […]

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How To Find Tenants Without A Real Estate Agent

Posted by JD Esajian // September 19, 2016

finding tenants

As a landlord your top priority is to keep your property filled with good tenants. Where and how you find those tenants is entirely up to you.  One option at your disposal is to lean on your local real estate agent.  Although this can be effective it can also be quite expensive.  On average real […]

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5 Old School Marketing Methods That Still Work Today

Posted by JD Esajian // September 16, 2016


It is no secret that there has been a definite shift in the way businesses approach marketing. Today social media, website development and mobile marketing are the common starting points.  While these can certainly be effective they are not the only options.  It wasn’t that long ago when face to face and direct marketing were […]

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