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What Makes A Good Real Estate Deal?

Posted by JD Esajian // August 20, 2010

“Sometimes the best deal you will ever do is the one you don’t do!” ~ JD Esajian This is the million-dollar question: “what is a good deal“? While a good deal can make you a million bucks in some cases, a bad deal can also lose a lot of money as well. There is no […]

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Best Closet Storage Bets

Posted by JD Esajian // August 16, 2010

Shoes, scarves, socks, belts and ties can be some of the trickier items to store efficiently. These closet components are handy helpers for keeping such items tidily ticked away.

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Case study on a $75,000+ deal we closed last week

Posted by JD Esajian // August 12, 2010

We have been getting a lot of requests lately from students to do some more case studies on properties we are actively working on. So your wish is our command. Friday at 4:00 PM Eastern we are going to do a very detailed case study of a deal we just sold last week and made […]

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Bedroom and Child’s Closet

Posted by JD Esajian // August 3, 2010

A thoughtfully ordered closet system can simplify your dressing routine. It may eliminate the need for a separate dresser and it makes finding socks and belts a snap. Double rods accommodate shirts, jackets, skirts and pants more efficiently than a single rod could, making the hanging areas less cramped.

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Rehabbers Bootcamp Update!

Posted by JD Esajian // July 31, 2010

We have such a great group of students participating in this event! What amazing few days of learning, networking, and developing long-term relationships! So far, we’ve spent some time: Learning in the conference room… Learning out in the field, touring some of our current projects in the San Diego area… And at a game at […]

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Rehabbers Bootcamp starts in 2 Days!

Posted by JD Esajian // July 27, 2010

Our team is in full speed preparing for another AWESOME event! The Rehabbers Bootcamp starts this upcoming Thursday at the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego! This event is all about KNOWLEDGE, SYSTEMS, AND ACTION! Knowledge, systems, and action are three key components to make your real estate investment career prosperous. Our pursuit and understanding […]

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Basic Upholstery Cleaning

Posted by JD Esajian // July 19, 2010

Vacuum regularly with upholstery attachment tools, the broad throated one to dislodge dust from flat surfaces including cushions and the crevice tool to reach the inner corners. Turn over loose seat and back cushions and throw pillows every few weeks to distribute the wear evenly. Unless you have a washable slipcover, never remove and wash cushion covers because the zippers are there solely to aid the dressing process as the piece is manufactured.

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Refinishing Wooden Furniture

Posted by JD Esajian // July 14, 2010

JJust because the finish on a piece of furniture is worn and weathered does not mean that you should strip it. Don’t do it if you think the furniture is custom-made or a potential antique. When the varnish on a piece of furniture is worn you can revive it by simply sanding the old varnish down with fine steel wool in the direction of the grain, applying a thin coat of diluted stain and then re-varnishing.

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Options for Window Shades

Posted by JD Esajian // July 5, 2010

Window shades come in a wide variety of options, ranging from no-nonsense roller models to romantic balloon shades. All shades provide varying degrees of privacy and light control, pleated shades are the most energy-efficient. Bottom-up shades allow you to adjust for privacy while still letting the sun shine in.

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Curtain Rod Options

Posted by JD Esajian // June 29, 2010

Plain Rods – Buy these rods in the size range that includes your window’s width, they adjust lengthwise. A single rod holds one curtain with a casing or rod pocket at the top, a double rod holds two curtains or a curtain plus valance.

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