Monthly Archives: September 2010

Lender’s Interest Rates

Posted by JD Esajian // September 29, 2010

Try to take a week to compare how lenders’ interest rates and points compare each day. Make yourself a little chart. Rates and points are constantly changing. The change might be as small as 1/8 percentage point a day but they are still always moving. At the end of the week you can see which of the lenders tends to offer a better deal compared to the others.

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Automated Watering Systems Part 2

Posted by JD Esajian // September 27, 2010

Traditional sprinklers lose up to 50 percent of the water they spray through evaporation. New drip emitters and microsprinkler heads, connected by individual tubes to a main hose solve that problem. The small sprinkler heads dribble or spray water a little at a time to large individual plants or small sections of flower beds.

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Automated Watering Systems Part 1

Posted by JD Esajian // September 24, 2010

If your garden gets parched because you do not have time to set up the sprinklers as often as you would like, consider automating at least part of your watering system.

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Test the Commute

Posted by JD Esajian // September 22, 2010

Think about this, there are two things honest people routinely lie about: their weight and their commute. If you ask them, they will shave a bit off each. In both cases, the deception is usually based not in a desire to deceive others but from a protective need to deceive themselves. Promise yourself you will look at the real facts of your prospective commute when you are deciding on neighborhoods.

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Cash Flow Properties Buying Tour

Posted by JD Esajian // September 20, 2010

We have an awesome 2-day Cash Flow Properties Buying Tour coming up this weekend! It’s not too late for you to learn how to invest in turn-key cash flowing homes under market value!!! Go to: Watch the video, follow the process, and someone from our team will get in touch with you!

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Contemporary-Style Homes

Posted by JD Esajian // September 16, 2010

This catch-all describes the homes you will find on many builders’ lots today. Even if the exterior looks like a colonial, craftsman or Tudor-style home or a Mediterranean villa, inside you are very likely to find a medley of greatest hits. Among the highlights.

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Cape Cod or Cottage Homes

Posted by JD Esajian // September 13, 2010

Cape-cod style homes were built as early as the 1700s but their modern heyday was in the first half of the 1900s. These are the modest but comfy family homes, typically with only one or one and a half stories as the second floor is actually converted attic space with dormer windows to let in extra light and air.

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It’s a BOY!

Posted by JD Esajian // September 11, 2010

We are very proud and happy to announce that Andrea and Paul Esajian welcomed to the world a healthy and handsome baby boy last night! Welcome to the world, little Bruce! And Congrats to Mom and Dad!!!

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It’s GO time!!!

Posted by JD Esajian //

This is a very exciting day! Paul Esajian and his wife Andrea are at the hospital right now having their baby! We can’t wait to find out if it’s a bambino or a bambina! Stay tuned!

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Spanish/Mediterranean-Style Homes

Posted by JD Esajian // September 8, 2010

The British were not the only ones to establish colonies in the New World. In areas from Florida westward to Texas and on through most of California where the Spanish language prevailed among early settlers, Spanish is also the language of the architecture. Homes built with a Spanish/Mediterranean flair still are among the most popular home styles being built in these states and they work well with the local vegetation and climate.

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