Paul Esajian

5 Things To Consider Before Working With Friends And Family

April 19, 2019

Working with close friends and family can truly be some of the greatest experiences you will ever have. Conversely, if things go south it can also be some of the worst. Prior to jumping into a partnership, it is essential to make sure both parties are comfortable with the arrangement. If there are any doubts […]

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5 Things To Consider Before Making Your Next Offer

April 12, 2019

The goal isn’t to simply submit offers on as many properties as you find. You need to get your offers accepted and into your pipeline. Most investors only think of themselves when making an offer, instead of getting into the psychology of it. There is much more that should go into an offer, than just […]

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What To Do After Finishing A Successful Flip

April 5, 2019

Completing a successful fix and flip rehab deal is hard. There are plenty of moving parts and potential obstacles every step of the way. Even when the work is done, you need to find the right buyer and wait for the sale to close. When everything is finished it is a tremendous weight off your […]

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5 Tips To Successfully Invest Out Of Market

March 29, 2019

Real estate investing has changed quite a bit in recent years. It wasn’t that long ago that almost all investment purchases were done on the local level. Today, it is not uncommon for an investor to have properties in multiple states in their portfolio. Changes in technology have allowed us to know almost everything about […]

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Is Home Staging Right For Your Project?

March 22, 2019

No two real estate transactions are the same. There is always a minor tweak or something a little different on every property and deal you are a part of. Some properties can almost sell themselves if market demand is strong. On other properties you need to go the extra mile to generate interest. One of […]

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Five Personality Types To Avoid

March 15, 2019

Success in any business is as much about attitude than anything else. If you start your day only thinking about what can go wrong, you will spend your time waiting for it to happen. On the flip side, if you attack your business with an open mind and the ability to deal with anything, the […]

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How to Fund Your Deals

March 8, 2019

One of the biggest hurdles for new investors is finding ways to fund their deals. They haven’t yet established a relationship with a hard money lender and are striking out looking for a private lender. Instead of giving up hope, you may have a great resource sitting right under your nose. If you own a […]

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5 Real Estate Tasks You Should Delegate

March 1, 2019

As a successful real estate investor, you will wear many hats. One day you are running comps and scouring through the MLS. The next day you are on a project site delegating tasks and coordinating schedules. Your ability to delicately manage everything directly impacts your bottom line. There is a natural tendency in real estate […]

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5 Reasons to Walk Away From a Deal

February 20, 2019

All real estate deals are not created equally. In fact, it is often said that no two deals are the same. Just when you think you have things figured out, the real estate business throws you a curveball. How you deal with the unexpected often defines your business. It is always easier walking away from […]

5 Reasons to Invest in Real Estate

February 11, 2019

With all the various home flipping and renovating shows currently on TV it is easy to forget why you are in real estate in the first place. The goal of any investment is to realize a return on your capital. This sounds obvious, but it can get lost during a busy rehab or flip deal. […]