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Which Home Improvements Add The Most Value?

Posted by JD Esajian // June 22, 2018

Throwing money at a property does not guarantee success. The reality is that finding the right updates, upgrades and improvements is not about money, but rather doing the right work for the market. Simply throwing money at a property and expecting a return will leave you frustrated and disappointed. Savvy investors know that not all […]


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How To Find The Right Business Financing

Posted by JD Esajian // June 15, 2018

All loans are not created equally. Depending on the property type, timeframe and specific situation some loans work better than others. If you are into quick flips and rehabs a 30-year fixed loan doesn’t make a whole lot of sense. Regardless of what type of investing you are into you can probably find financing that […]


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It’s The Little Things That Matter When Growing A Business

Posted by JD Esajian // June 8, 2018

There are many things needed to grow a successful real estate business. You need to have a firm grasp on the local real estate market, numbers and formulas. You need to build a reliable team that can help tackle anything that comes your way. It also helps to have capital behind you and the ability […]


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How To Manipulate Your Mindset To Achieve Success

Posted by JD Esajian // June 1, 2018

Every real estate investor wants to be successful. There is nobody who starts a new career thinking they will fail. However, wanting to be successful only works if you are willing to pay the price and make the necessary sacrifices. This is especially important in the world of real estate where setbacks and disappointment are […]


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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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Are You Still Managing Your Own Properties?

Posted by JD Esajian // May 4, 2018

There are legitimate pros and cons to almost every action you take in business. If you talk to ten people, five will be staunchly in favor of your action and the other five will have a completely different opinion. Thus is the case with property management. There is no disputing the value of a dedicated […]


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3 Key Components Of A Property Evaluation

Posted by JD Esajian // April 27, 2018

One of the most tedious and time-consuming aspects of real estate investing is due diligence. It is not a stretch for a good investor to look at dozens of properties without getting an offer accepted. In fact, they may not even make an offer if the property and numbers don’t make sense. After a while […]


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Improve Your Negotiation Skills With These 5 Simple Tips

Posted by JD Esajian // April 20, 2018

Negotiation is a direct part of almost everything you do in the world of real estate. In addition to negotiating the best possible price on every offer you make, you negotiate with your contractor, property manager and possibly even tenants without even knowing it. The better you are at negotiation the greater impact you will […]


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