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 Red Flags With Any Rental Property Purchase

Posted by JD Esajian // December 9, 2017

A quality rental property can completely transform your portfolio. The idea of having tenants provide you with monthly cash flow while reducing your loan balance is a very appealing thought. However, not every property makes a good rental. It is important to always do your due diligence on every prospective rental purchase you make. There […]

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5 Reasons To Consider Investing In Single Family Rentals

Posted by Paul Esajian // November 3, 2017

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Right now, is an ideal time to invest in single family rentals. With rental demand high coupled with near record low interest rates it has created the perfect storm for buy and hold investors. As profitable as a quality rental property may be there are still many investors who only focus on fix and flip […]

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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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5 Things Every Landlord Should Do With Surplus Cash Flow

Posted by JD Esajian // November 2, 2016

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Owning a rental property should be viewed as a long term investment. If you take care of the property it will produce income for years to come.  As apparent as this may be not every landlord is willing to go the extra mile.  They would rather allocate any extra cash flow to other areas of […]

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5 Things You Should Do To Your Rental Property Every Year

Posted by JD Esajian // September 15, 2016

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To maximize rental cash flow you need to stay on top of your property year round. It is not enough to list your rental and wait for tenants to pour in. Even if the property doesn’t necessarily need updates it is always best to be a step ahead rather than a step behind.  In competitive […]

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What To Do If You Are Staring At An Eviction

Posted by JD Esajian // September 1, 2016

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If you own a rental property long enough eventually you will be forced to deal with an eviction. In a perfect world you can reach an amicable resolution and quickly move on. A more likely scenario is that the eviction will linger for months impacting every aspect of your business.  Often times the actions you […]

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5 Steps To Rental Property Ownership

Posted by JD Esajian // August 22, 2016

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Most new investors realize the benefits of rental property ownership. Just one well performing rental property can completely transform your portfolio.  There is nothing wrong with quick flips and rehabs but there should be some balance to your business.  A rental property will not only generate monthly cash flow but can offer tax breaks and […]

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7 Items That Every Lease Needs To Have

Posted by JD Esajian // August 8, 2016

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As a landlord your lease is everything. Without a well written lease for your protection you leave yourself open to liability, litigation and financial loss. It is not enough to use the first lease you find online.  Your lease needs to be tailored specifically to the property, the market and your personal preferences.  Anything that […]

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How To Find The Best Rental Tenants

Posted by JD Esajian // August 5, 2016

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Tenant screening is the most important step you can take to ensure you are renting to quality tenants. While nothing you do will ever guarantee good tenants you always want to give yourself the best possible chance.  By taking the time to screen your tenants and ask the right questions you can eliminate many bad […]

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