JD Esajian, star of a popular flipping houses reality show, is head project manager of CT Homes LLC, a multi-million dollar real estate investing company, as well as a national speaker with FortuneBuilders Inc, a real estate educational training company. He, along business partners Than Merrill and brother Paul Esajian are some of the nation’s most successful investors and are considered elite experts in buying, fixing, and selling properties.
JD’s strong work ethic combined with his systematic no-nonsense strategies are what have allowed him to manage 15-20 rehab projects (consisting of 50+ contractors) simultaneously! His vast renovating experience includes single family homes, multi-family residences, as well as commercial property and ranges from minor cosmetic rehabs all the way to full teardowns and everything in between. Over the past few years JD has flipped hundreds of properties throughout the country.
He believes the key to rehabbing properties successfully and profitably is to implement systems that will help run your business. “Systems are what you leverage to build wealth, eliminate risk, save time, and keep you sane!” The rehabbing and selling systems JD has developed are second to none in the industry.
JD applies his no-nonsense approach, not only to investing, but also when teaching others how to realistically build wealth through real estate investing. JD is know as the expert who will “give it to you straight,” he cuts through all the hype and shows investors how to take action from day one, giving them tangible systems they can implement immediately into their own business to start making money!
JD Esajian is originally from California, where he studied business at The University Of Southern California and graduated from California State University Fresno with a degree in Economics. JD is a firm believer in the importance of keeping balance in one’s life through maintaining a healthy mind, body, and soul. It is only when that balance is achieved that true happiness and success can be realized.
“How You Do Anything Is How You Do Everything”