Author Archives: Paul Esajian

How to Sell a Rehab Property FAST

Posted by Paul Esajian // October 31, 2022

Sell Rehab Property

In the world of real estate, time is money. With every rehab property, you work on it is essential that you find a buyer as quickly as possible. The interest payments, insurance, and taxes don’t stop until your property gets sold. The first 24 hours of any new listing is the best time to generate […]


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Are You Ready to Invest in Real Estate Full Time?

Posted by Paul Esajian // May 25, 2018

Investing in real estate is one of the few professions you can earn a full-time income in part time hours. You don’t need to stare at a computer screen or punch numbers for eighty hours a week to earn a living. With just a few deals a year can supplement, or in some cases even […]


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5 Ways To Add Value And Increase Demand In Your Rentals

Posted by Paul Esajian // May 18, 2018

In many areas the local rental market is outperforming the housing market. This continues what has been a trend that has been going on for the better part of the last decade. While increased demand has helped find tenants, increased competition is making it difficult keep them. Tenants have more rental options today than ever […]


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What To Look For From A Hard Money Lender

Posted by Paul Esajian // May 11, 2018

One of the fastest growing areas in real estate over the past decade is private financing. When the market collapsed many of the traditional lenders went out of business. This created a new market for financing and the demand for hard money financing exploded. What was once a niche sector of the market that catered […]


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5 Items To Consider Before Diving Head First Into Real Estate

Posted by Paul Esajian // March 30, 2018

You don’t need to invest full time to be a success in real estate. There are many investors who have kept their full-time job while balancing a budding investing career. This can be difficult initially, but over time it becomes part of your regular routine. The best way to ease the transition is by planning […]


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4 Ways To Maximize Your Rental Property Bottom Line

Posted by Paul Esajian // March 16, 2018

Owning a rental property is more than simply finding a tenant and waiting for the rent on the first of the month. While anyone can passively manage a rental, there are a few important actions you need to take if you want to maximize your bottom line. Like anything else in real estate, it is […]


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5 Areas Of Business That Can Make Or Break Your Success

Posted by Paul Esajian // March 5, 2018

There is a fine line between success and failure in any business. Just one false step can set your business on the wrong course and completely change everything. Fortunately, in the world of real estate you control the direction of your business and the decisions you make. By aligning yourself with good people and constantly […]


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5 Key Areas Of Due Diligence For Any Market

Posted by Paul Esajian // February 26, 2018

The adage about the importance of location still rings true in the world of real estate investing. The strength of any deal is largely based on the strength of the market it is located in. You can be offered a deep discount on a property in the middle of nowhere, but it doesn’t necessarily mean […]


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5 Tips To Help Improve Rental Property Management

Posted by Paul Esajian // February 16, 2018

In most markets the demand for quality rentals continues to remain strong. Over the past decade there has been a steady increase in rental property ownership and rental property demand. Just one cash flow producing rental property can completely change your portfolio for the better. For every tenant horror story you hear there are a […]


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6 Tips To Help Improve Business Negotiation

Posted by Paul Esajian // November 10, 2017

negotiation

Negotiation is an essential part in almost everything you do. Without even realizing it you negotiate with your spouse, kids, business partner, contractor and attorney on a daily basis. Some negotiations are worth thousands of dollars and others are strictly for principal. It is human nature to try to win every negotiation we are part […]


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