Monthly Archives: January 2011

3 Things to Know About Buying a Home

Posted by JD Esajian // January 31, 2011

Buying a home can be a daunting endeavor – the process may begin with some casual visits to open houses in a few target neighborhoods to get a sense of the market, and choosing whether to work with a real estate agent is often the next step. But by keeping a few key points in mind, it is possible to keep it (relatively) simple.

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3 Things to Know About Selling a Home

Posted by JD Esajian // January 30, 2011

Selling a home in the current economy can be challenging, although the market is certainly improving. Nevertheless, there are some easy guidelines that can help you get your house sold quickly, so that you don’t have to live through open house after open house

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5 Things to Look for in a Real Estate Agent

Posted by JD Esajian // January 28, 2011

If you’re selling a home, having a fantastic real estate agent can make your life a lot easier. A good real estate agent knows how you can maximize profit on your property, while also taking a lot of the complicated paperwork and negotiations off of your hands.

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How to Stop Foreclosure

Posted by JD Esajian // January 27, 2011

Today’s housing market can be difficult for homeowners in danger of defaulting on mortgages. The foreclosure process can be incredibly quick. In some states, if you miss just one payment without taking action, you may find yourself homeless in less than a month. If you’re concerned that you may default on your mortgage, never fear: there are ways you can stop foreclosure.

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Buying Out of Town

Posted by JD Esajian // January 25, 2011

Relocating to a new town presents an extra set of challenges especially if you are moving to a different part of the country. You will have to become accustomed to some obvious differences from your home turf: differences in the weather, in what plants will grow in your garden and in the way locals go about their lives.

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Two Great Events -Rehab Sub group & Cash Flow Conference!!!

Posted by JD Esajian // January 23, 2011

Ever wish we would just open up the books and show you exactly what we are doing in today’s current market to Renovate and Sell a house for profit? Well, that’s exactly what we are doing!! Jan 28th we are having our first REHAB SUB-GROUP of 2011 with JD Esajian up in Lafayette, CA. JD […]

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Working with a Buyer’s Agent

Posted by JD Esajian // January 20, 2011

Today, most buyers choose to work with a buyer’s agent who represents their interests. However, most of those agents also list properties for sale and things can get muddy if you want to buy a home that happens to have been listed by your own real estate agent. That single agent now has a duty to obtain the highest price for the seller and the lowest price for you. That’s impossible to accomplish of course.

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Martin Luther King Jr…

Posted by JD Esajian // January 17, 2011

Lets celebrate the memory and legacy of a great man who, despite great barriers and challenges, made the impossible possible and put his mark in History – not through violence nor abuse of power, but through the true empowerment of all people.

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Open House Tomorrow in La Mesa, CA

Posted by JD Esajian // January 15, 2011

This rare find is everything you’ve been looking for, you will fall in love the minute you walk in. Inviting home on a huge lot features 3 bedrooms, dining room, and living room on the main level.

Gleaming hardwood floors and a master bathroom with a soaking tub and rain shower head complete the main level.

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The Caddie Shack

Posted by JD Esajian // January 14, 2011

Than’s marketing prowess pays off when CT Homes is contacted about a new find. The owner of a 108 year old single family home on New Haven’s West Ivy Street is desperate to get rid of the house. After checking the property over, Than takes it off the owner’s hands convinced that after some paint and a new roof, CT Homes will stand to make a huge profit from this century-old charmer.

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