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5 Business Crushing Mistakes You Need To Avoid

Posted by Paul Esajian // October 15, 2017

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There is a certain euphoric bliss when entering any new endeavor. You are so excited that you finally took a leap of faith that you fail to see the bigger issues ahead of you. Being a self employed real estate investor is one of the greatest professions in the world, but it doesn’t guarantee success. […]


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4 Real Estate Investing Principals To Live By

Posted by Paul Esajian // August 16, 2017

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The real estate investing business is more than numbers and properties. You can spend your days studying charts and looking at trends but if you don’t do the little things it doesn’t make a difference. Every investor should treat their investing like a business. With this, there are a few important principals that should guide […]


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The Pros And Cons Of Investing In An Out Of State Market

Posted by Paul Esajian // August 7, 2017

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There are real estate opportunities in every corner of the country. One of the things that makes real estate investing so great is that you are not confined to your local market. If there is opportunity sixty miles from where you live there is nothing stopping you from pursuing it. Across the country there are […]


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How To Find A Buyer For Your Rehab Property FAST

Posted by Paul Esajian // July 28, 2017

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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 listings is the best time to generate […]


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5 Things To Look For In A Rental Property Deal

Posted by JD Esajian // July 20, 2017

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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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5 Team Members To Have In Place Before Making An Offer

Posted by Paul Esajian // July 12, 2017

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Every new real estate investor wants to close their first deal as quickly as possible. As great as it is to make offers you need to have a team in place ready to handle them if they are accepted. If not all the good work you did finding the deal could be for naught. There […]


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How To Build A Buyers List From Scratch

Posted by Paul Esajian // July 5, 2017

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You never know when you will come across a deal that doesn’t quite fit with what you are looking to do. When these types of deals come your way, it is important that you can still find ways to generate income from them. One of the ways to earn is by wholesaling them to a […]


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Is Foreclosure Investing Right for You?

Posted by Paul Esajian // June 30, 2017

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Unless you have been living under a rock for the last decade you are aware of the impact foreclosures have had on the real estate market. Fortunately, things have improved dramatically since the market collapsed but there are still foreclosure deals available. One of the big misconceptions is that all foreclosure deals are alike. The […]


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4 Reasons You Should Hire A Property Manager

Posted by JD Esajian // June 19, 2017

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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

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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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