Author Archives: JD Esajian

Hidden Rehab Fees You Need To Look Out For

Posted by JD Esajian // February 8, 2018

Numbers should drive everything you do in real estate. If the numbers don’t work, as difficult as it may be, you need to walk away. There are plenty of numbers that alone won’t move the needle too much but added up can have a significant impact. These seemingly hidden figures are especially prevalent in the […]

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Looking To Get Started In Real Estate? Start By Answering These Five Essential Questions

Posted by JD Esajian // January 25, 2018

Anyone can invest in real estate. You don’t need a degree or an expensive license to make an offer. Someone with twenty years’ experience has the same opportunity as a new investor looking for their first deal. Many of the real estate investors you see on TV struggled for years before finding their grove. The […]

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What Is Your Investing Niche?

Posted by JD Esajian // January 15, 2018

Regardless if you close a deal a month or a handful a year it is important to have a specific investing niche. Many investors think that being a jack of all trades and investing in numerous different areas of the business is a hidden key to a strong portfolio. While this is true over time […]

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5 Tips To Help Run A Better Business

Posted by JD Esajian // January 5, 2018

As a real estate investor, you are in charge of your business. One of the biggest adjustments new investors make is transitioning from making offers to actually running a business. Regardless of how many deals you close you must treat real estate like a business. At the end of the day if your bottom line […]

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What’s Your Exit Strategy?

Posted by JD Esajian // December 18, 2017

Having a good deal fall on your lap is only beneficial if you know what to do with it. There will be times in your business when you will be presented with what appears to be a solid deal. Without even thinking you rush to take ownership with the intention of just figuring it out […]

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6 Red Flags With Any Rental Property Purchase

Posted by JD Esajian // December 9, 2017

A quality rental property can completely transform your portfolio. The idea of having tenants provide you with monthly cash flow while reducing your loan balance is a very appealing thought. However, not every property makes a good rental. It is important to always do your due diligence on every prospective rental purchase you make. There […]

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5 Tips To Improve Your Next Private Lending Presentation

Posted by JD Esajian // November 27, 2017

Your ability to speak in public is an essential, yet underrated, aspect of running a business. When most people think of public speaking they think of talking to a room full of hundreds of people. You may get to this point over time but public speaking for you can mean talking to dozen people at […]

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5 Things To Look For In A Rental Property Deal

Posted by JD Esajian // July 20, 2017

rental property

All rental properties are not created equally. As attractive as some rental properties are others can be a disaster. Not only will they be a constant headache to deal with but they can also be a detriment to your bottom line. There are many investors who want to build their portfolio and think that any […]

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4 Reasons You Should Hire A Property Manager

Posted by JD Esajian // June 19, 2017

rental property management

One of the most difficult business dilemmas is whether to pay for a task you know you can do. Even though you can save some money by doing it yourself it is important to ask what you are giving up to do so. This is a popular question with rental property owners. Rental property management […]

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7 Things You Should Do Before Your Next Tenant Moves In

Posted by JD Esajian // June 9, 2017

rental tenants

There is a big difference between a good landlord and a great one. In most cases it is the little things you do that make all the difference. By going the extra mile, even when you don’t have to, you will have a happier tenant that respects you and the property. A happier tenant is […]

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