Author Archives: JD Esajian

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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6 Hidden Fees That Can Ruin Your Rental Property

Posted by JD Esajian // June 1, 2017

rental property

Every rental property you own should be treated like its own individual business. Like any business you need to know everything that impacts your bottom line. In many cases there are several little things that can eat away at your cash flow if you are not careful. Alone they will not break the bank, or […]


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Everything A Property Manager Needs To Know About The Fair Housing Act

Posted by JD Esajian // May 22, 2017

landlord

In the real estate world one mistake can wipe away years of hard work. Many landlords think responding to a tenant complaint is annoying but it is a walk in the park compared to facing litigation. Without even realizing it you could not be following fair housing rules and regulations. If the right tenant realizes […]


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5 Mortgage Items You Can’t Afford To Miss

Posted by JD Esajian // May 15, 2017

mortgage

One of the most intimidating aspects of getting a loan is trying to sift between jargon and fact. For something as important as a mortgage there is plenty of misinformation out there. If you talk to five different people you may get five different opinions and observations about their mortgage. One person will tell you […]


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5 Tasks To Complete At The End Of Every Lease

Posted by JD Esajian // May 5, 2017

property manager

No landlord likes dealing with tenant turnover however, it is a critical part of the job. How you deliver the rental to your tenant often sets the tone for the rest of the lease. If the property is sloppy, or even dirty, your tenants will feel that since you don’t take care of it they […]


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4 Financial Exercises Every Investor Should Add To Their Daily Routine

Posted by JD Esajian // April 25, 2017

financial excersize

We live in a day and age where being health conscious is in. All you need to do is turn on your TV for twenty minutes and you will find a commercial about eating better or exercising more. As great as being physically healthy is as a real estate investor you also need to focus […]


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5 Benefits Of Working With A Property Manager

Posted by JD Esajian // April 18, 2017

property management

No two real estate investors are the same. Even if you invest in the same market and look at the same properties you and a fellow investor may differ on how to run your business. One area that is often debated is whether to work with a property manager. Most real estate investors recognize the […]


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7 Ways To Give Your Investing Business Credibility

Posted by JD Esajian // April 14, 2017

business credibility

People like to work with people they are comfortable with. Someone may offer a better price but if they aren’t comfortable with the individual or company they will most likely pass. As a real estate investor, your reputation is one of the most important assets you have. If a real estate agent, contractor or attorney […]


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