Monthly Archives: June 2011

Can Flipping Real Estate Be a Second Career?

Posted by JD Esajian // June 7, 2011

One way to make a quick buck and have fun doing it is flipping real estate. Rehabbing properties involves buying a home that can use a little work and renovating it to look and feel modern and up to date. Many people wonder if flipping real estate is something that can be done on the side as a second career.

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4 More Productivity Tips for Real Estate Investors

Posted by JD Esajian // June 6, 2011

Have you ever looked at the clock and wondered where your day went? Do you wish there were more hours in a day so that you’d be able to accomplish all of your real estate investing goals? If you’re like many real estate investors, there’s not nearly enough time to get everything done. Last week, we talked about ways you can be more productive – but there are many more ways for real estate investors to get more done each day.

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Can You Really Stop Foreclosure?

Posted by JD Esajian // June 5, 2011

It can be challenging (and somewhat scary) to stop foreclosure – you may have to deal with lawyers, bankers and other professionals invading your home and your privacy. In fact, although there are many people who claim they can stop foreclosure, sometimes it can’t be avoided. If you’re facing foreclosure on your home, there are steps you can take right now to help stop foreclosure and boost your chances of reaching a better solution.

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Real Estate Investing Activity Up, It This Good Or Bad For You?

Posted by CT Homes // June 3, 2011

The last couple of weeks have seen many reports in the news reporting a surge in real estate investing activity and a return to the market by many investors who have been on the sidelines. So is this a good or bad thing for real estate investing companies and individual investors, and what are the […]

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The Key To Selling Homes Like A Top Pro

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If you want to make flipping houses easier and start selling your homes for more, then you may want to take some notes from some real estate agents who have been selling their own properties.

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Buying a Home in San Diego: Scripps Ranch

Posted by JD Esajian //

Scripps Ranch is an upscale neighborhood in San Diego that’s perfect for families and singles alike. While it’s primarily known for its status as a bedroom community in San Diego, it has many distinguishing features of its own that make it a great place for buying a home.

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Real Estate Investing Tips for Retirement

Posted by JD Esajian // June 2, 2011

Real estate investing typically isn’t a way to make a quick buck – and neither is a retirement plan. Both are long-term investments that finally bring a payoff at some point down the road. If you’re planning for your retirement, you should consider real estate investing as an option to build your retirement portfolio. Here are a few tips to help you make the right real estate choice for you.

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Buying a Home in Connecticut: Hartford

Posted by JD Esajian // June 1, 2011

Are you thinking about heading to Connecticut and buying a home? Look no further than Hartford. From its long legacy as a classic American town to its wonderful architecture and houses, Hartford is a great city for buying a home.

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