Monthly Archives: May 2011

How Can You Benefit From Short Sales?

Posted by JD Esajian // May 31, 2011

Short sales have saved many families from the pain of foreclosure. Of course, short sales aren’t just a tool for helping to stop foreclosure. You can use them in other situations when paying a mortgage just isn’t feasible any longer. If you feel that you may be in danger of foreclosure, working with your lender to negotiate a short sale can help you in lots of circumstances.

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Productivity Tips for Real Estate Investors

Posted by JD Esajian // May 30, 2011

While real estate investing can be an extremely lucrative job, it can also be fairly stressful. Sometimes, real estate investors feel that there aren’t enough hours in the day to accomplish everything they need to get done. From viewing properties to consulting with lawyers, real estate investors have many demands on their time. Fortunately, there are tons of great ways to streamline your real estate investing business and your schedule to make investing easier.

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Tips for Selling a Home in Summer

Posted by JD Esajian // May 29, 2011

Selling a home in the middle of summer can seem like a daunting task. After all, the days are longer, leaving more time for surprise viewings, plus the heat can make the process seem unbearable. However, selling a home during the summer months doesn’t have to be awful. Follow these tips for selling a home this summer – you’ll be surprised at how easy the process can be.

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Top 5 Coolest Real Estate Investors

Posted by JD Esajian // May 27, 2011

Anybody can get into real estate investing, but it takes a special type of person to become one of the truly great real estate investors. Great real estate investors have to have a sharp mind, the ability to take a risk and a keen knowledge of the market. Here are the tip 5 real estate investors.

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How To Choose Your Connecticut Real Estate Agent

Posted by JD Esajian // May 26, 2011

People from Connecticut have different needs and wants when it comes to real estate agents. Whether you’re buying or selling in Connecticut, your real estate agent can make all the difference in the world. Find the best real estate agent for you by following these quick tips.

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Buying a Home for Retirement

Posted by JD Esajian // May 25, 2011

Retirement is a fun and festive occasion – from buying a home to the joys of having plenty of time off, you’re sure to enjoy this new phase of life. If you’re retiring and you want to buy a property specifically for your retirement, you’ll want to keep a few things in mind.

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Buying a Home In San Diego: La Jolla

Posted by JD Esajian // May 24, 2011

If you’re thinking about buying a home in San Diego, you’ll want to research different neighborhoods to determine the best location for you and your family. One popular San Diego neighborhood is La Jolla. Although the homes tend to be pricey, it’s an excellent place to live if you have the money.

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Selling a Home: Tips for Singles

Posted by JD Esajian // May 23, 2011

We’ve talked extensively about whether or not singles should focus on buying a home, but what about selling a home? Singles who attempt to sell can face many issues, from figuring out how to sell a fairly small home to the challenges of selling a home in an urban area. Here are a few tips for making the most of your home selling process.

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Buying a Home in Connecticut: New Haven

Posted by JD Esajian // May 22, 2011

As the sixth-largest city in New England (and the second-largest city in Connecticut), New Haven is a great place for buying a home. The city is growing quickly – from 2000 to 2010 it experienced a growth rate higher than did the state as a whole. It’s an excellent place for raising a family. Children in the area attend New Haven Public Schools, although there are a number of private school options for interested families.

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What To Do After Your Real Estate Closing

Posted by JD Esajian // May 20, 2011

You’ve signed the papers at the real estate closing, you’re getting ready to move into the house – now what? The process of buying a home can be stressful, but what should you do now that it’s over? Here are a few things to remember the next time you’re buying a home.

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