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How To Get the Most Out Of Your Vacation Rental Property

Posted by JD Esajian // May 5, 2016

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Warming weather is a usually a sign that summer is right around the corner. For many real estate investors this signals the start of their vacation rental property season.  Even if they have found tenants the last few months their peak season is typically May to September.  How well they do in these few months […]

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8 Steps To Get Your Property Rented

Posted by JD Esajian // April 19, 2016

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You never know when you may want, or need, to rent a property. There are many investors who got their start in the business by renting out their primary residence after the mortgage collapse.  There is also a large segment of investors who decide to rent after putting their rehab on the market.  A solid […]

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5 Ways To Improve Rental Property Cash Flow

Posted by JD Esajian // April 15, 2016


Cash flow is the most important consideration when buying a rental property. Appreciation is nice but far from a guarantee.  A rental property with strong monthly cash flow will positively impact your overall real estate portfolio.  It is important to stay on top of your rental market, expenses and any changes in rent at all […]

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7 Steps To Keep Your Rental Property Occupied

Posted by JD Esajian // March 25, 2016

It takes great management to run a successful rental property. One of the most important aspects of rental property management is avoiding vacancies.  Every month that rental income is not coming in directly costs you money.  In most cases these vacancies can be avoided with proper marketing.  There are several little things that you can […]

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The Perfect Lease From Beginning To End

Posted by JD Esajian // March 24, 2016

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As a rental property owner you are only as good as your tenants. You can do everything right with the property but if your tenants are poor it won’t make a difference.  Dealing with tenants is more than just handing them a key and waiting for checks every month.  They should fully understand expectations and […]

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Get The Most Out Of Your Rental Property

Posted by JD Esajian // March 10, 2016


Rental properties are a great way to build your long term investing portfolio. Not only can they provide monthly cash flow but they offer long term appreciation potential.  As high as the upside is not every property will be a home run.  Purchasing the wrong property in the wrong market will do much more harm […]

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Dealing With Tenants That Want To Be Evicted

Posted by JD Esajian // October 15, 2013

How can real estate investors deal with renters that seemingly want to be evicted? It may sound crazy, but real estate investors are increasingly reporting that they are running into situations where tenants actually want to be officially evicted. Is this just an exaggeration, or is this really a trending issue more landlords need to […]

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Do Multifamily Property Rents Appreciate in San Diego?

Posted by JD Esajian // August 22, 2013

Real estate investors in San Diego have recently made huge profits on multifamily properties. However, do multifamily property rents appreciate, allowing for investors to maximize profits? More specifically, can rental rate raises be counted on and how can they be manually driven up significantly? Investors often debate the advantages of multifamily property rents contrasted against […]

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Tips for Finding Section 8 Renters

Posted by JD Esajian // July 10, 2013


Some real estate investors are reporting that they can’t find Section 8 renters fast enough, especially good ones. So where are they and what are the most cost effective real estate marketing methods for attracting them? Section 8 renters can be incredibly profitable for some real estate investors. Those taking advantage of today’s market by expanding their portfolios with buy and hold properties could certainly use a steady flow of interested renters to minimize vacancies and maximize yields. The good news is that reaching and pulling in significant numbers of Section 8 renters doesn’t have to be that hard or expensive.

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The Bottom Line Supersedes Bad Tenants

Posted by JD Esajian // July 1, 2013


Let them go. Make it easy. Maybe they’ll even refer you a great new tenant. Also, remember your reputation is priceless, and with the internet you only get one chance. So before flying into a rage and starting another expensive legal battle, no matter what the issue, think about the bottom line and your brand name first.

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