Tag Archives: rent

4 Reasons You Should Hire A Property Manager

Posted by JD Esajian // June 19, 2017

rental property management

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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5 Simple Things You Can Do To Improve Your Rental Property

Posted by JD Esajian // February 6, 2017

rental property

Successful rental properties are all about finding the right tenants. Once you find tenants that truly enjoy your property you can expect the lease to go as smooth as possible.  To find the right tenant your rental needs to stand out from the crowd.  There is plenty of rental demand in most markets.  It is […]

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Don’t Forget These 5 Hidden Rental Property Expenses

Posted by JD Esajian // January 30, 2017

rental property expenses

A buy and hold rental portfolio is one of the building blocks of long term real estate investing success. Regardless if you have one single family property or a pool of apartment buildings it is critical that you understand the numbers.  Omitting or miscalculating a few expenses can quickly cause a profitable looking property to […]

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5 Keys To Look For In A Successful Rental Property

Posted by JD Esajian // January 24, 2017

rental properties

All investment properties are not the same. You can’t buy any property in any location and expect rent checks to start rolling in.  Like any other aspect of real estate it takes a number of items to be successful.  Without all of these items in order your ideal rental property can end up being a […]

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What You Need To Consider If You Are Buying A Rental Property

Posted by JD Esajian // September 23, 2016

rental property

There are many investors who are on the fence when it comes to buy and hold real estate. For every five investors who recognize the upside that rental property provides there are a few that focus on the negatives.  Between dealing with tenants, handling maintenance issues and protecting your property being a landlord certainly has […]

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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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How To Find The Best Rental Tenants

Posted by JD Esajian // August 5, 2016

rental property tenants

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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Be A Better Landlord And Run A Better Property

Posted by JD Esajian // July 25, 2016


To run an efficient rental property you need to be a good landlord. There are many rental property owners who do not have the residual cash flow to hire a dedicated property manager.  This puts them in the front lines with all of their tenants.  Instead of treating it as a job you should think […]

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Ask These Five “What if’s” With Your Rental Property

Posted by JD Esajian // July 8, 2016


Owning a rental property is one of the building blocks for long term wealth. If you run things right you can collect checks and build equity for as long as you own the property.  As great as this scenario may be you also need to take time and consider the alternative.  Regardless of your experience […]

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The Tenant Turnover Process In 6 Steps

Posted by JD Esajian // June 10, 2016

rental property tenants

One of the most stressful periods for any landlord is the end of the lease. For a month or so, there is a balance between finding new tenants while seamlessly moving the existing ones out. What you do in during this time can greatly impact the next several months and beyond. The best landlords have […]

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