Monthly Archives: December 2016

Remember These Five Important Credit Items If You Are Applying For A Traditional Loan

Posted by JD Esajian // December 29, 2016

loan application

It is no secret that the loan application process can be time consuming and stressful. The last thing you need to deal with is an unexpected item with your credit report.  What most borrowers aren’t aware of is that the credit score you have at the beginning of the process may not be the same […]

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Where To Find Financing For Your Next Deal

Posted by JD Esajian // December 28, 2016

finance tips

Financing is the starting point of any real estate transaction. You can have everything else in place but without financing you won’t get very far.  Financing can often be one of the biggest hurdles for new investors.  Many investors don’t have the proper credit score or necessary down payment amount for traditional lender financing.  They […]

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4 Things You Can Do To Ensure Happier Tenants

Posted by JD Esajian // December 27, 2016

happy tenants

Happy tenants are often the best tenants. As a landlord your tenants are the backbone of the entire rental property operation.  Having a good tenant that pays on time and has little drama makes owning the property feel almost too easy at times.  On the flip side an unhappy tenant will drag their feet sending […]

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How To Hit The Ground Running In 2017

Posted by JD Esajian // December 21, 2016

hit the ground runnin

The end of the year is a popular time to take inventory of your business. With the Christmas holiday there is usually plenty of opportunity to reflect on where your business has been over the past twelve months.  It can be a pretty eye opening exercise looking back at where you were just twelve months […]

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Discover Which Real Estate Niche Is Best For You?

Posted by JD Esajian // December 20, 2016

real estate niche

There is no right or wrong way to invest in real estate. There are several different paths and strategies you can follow based on your target area and your individual goals.  When most people think of real estate investing they immediately think of rehabs and quick flips.  While this is certainly a viable option it […]

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Money Management Tips For New Investors

Posted by JD Esajian // December 19, 2016

money management

In business the bottom line is always the bottom line. You can have a steady stream of deals coming in but if you aren’t smart with your money it won’t make a difference.  One of the biggest adjustments for new investors is accepting the fact that they are running a business.  This means focusing on […]

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5 Tips To Help You Increase Productivity When Working From Home

Posted by JD Esajian // December 16, 2016

stay productive

The way business is conducted has changed dramatically over the years. No longer do you need a dedicated office space if you want to establish a business.  With all of the increases in technology you can stay connected to anybody at any time.  You can work just as effectively lounging by the pool as you […]

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How To Handle Damage In A Rental Property

Posted by JD Esajian // December 15, 2016

rental property damage

Not all leases go as smoothly as you anticipate. Every now and then you will come across a tenant who causes damage to your property.  The actions you take as soon as you find out can determine just how the rest of the process plays out.  It should go without saying that you should have […]

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5 Inexpensive Marketing Options Investors Should Consider

Posted by JD Esajian // December 14, 2016

marketing strategy

The lack of a large marketing budget is no excuse not to be successful. In this day and age of increased technology there are dozens of ways to market yourself and your business without breaking the bank.  Huge highway billboards and full page newspaper ads are nice but they may not always be very realistic.  […]

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5 Money Management Tips Every Investor Should Follow

Posted by JD Esajian // December 13, 2016

money management

Everyone wants to make money. What most people fail to grasp is that it is not how much money you make but what you actually do with it that is important.  If the money is going out as fast as it is coming in eventually the well will run dry and you will be left […]

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