Posted by JD Esajian // February 28, 2012
There’s more than one way to cash in on the current market by flipping real estate. Regardless of your area, whether or not you have any cash or credit and how much time you have to devote to flipping real estate there is a strategy that will work perfectly for your situation. Let’s take a look at 4 of your options…
Posted by JD Esajian // February 27, 2012
Banks are paying out masses of money for homeowners completing short sales. It sure beats losing everything and still owing on the mortgage for sellers and is making cutting incredible deals even easier for real estate investors but how long will it last?
Posted by JD Esajian // February 24, 2012
Real estate closings can be tricky. With so many people involved and so many variables it is no wonder they fall apart or get delayed. However, if you are the one with a big earnest money deposit on the line or you are facing foreclosure and simply can’t afford for your real estate closing not to happen on time you must take a proactive approach to managing the closing process.
Posted by JD Esajian // February 23, 2012
While the real estate market may still be struggling to find a firm foothold in some parts of the country there are investors out there who will pay cash for your home and be willing to close quickly. Should you take it?
Posted by JD Esajian // February 22, 2012
Mortgage rates are great but the news headlines may have you believing that no one qualifies for a home loan these days. Don’t panic. Whether looking to scoop up a great deal on a new residence while there are still deals to be had or looking for a way to expand your real estate investments there are still mortgage programs out there and they may be a lot easier to qualify for than you think…
Posted by JD Esajian // February 10, 2012
Forget about flipping houses this year. With more families opting to pay for a lease rather than a mortgage, the decision to rent out properties is now the most popular real estate investing decision you can make. But before you go and buy all those foreclosures in your neighborhood, there are a few things you need to know in order to be a successful landlord.
Posted by JD Esajian // February 9, 2012
Guilford is a rustic town on the Long Island Sound with a secret for anyone who’s thinking of buying a house in Connecticut: this is where all the historic homes are. From the seaside cottages to the expansive groves of maple, Guilford embodies the best of New England, and if you appreciate calm streets, active community life and gorgeous surroundings, you’re going to want to stay awhile.
Posted by JD Esajian // February 8, 2012
If you want to buy a foreclosure this year, don’t bother attending an auction. Huge auction websites like to talk about how easy it is to buy a foreclosure at one of their local events, but the reality is that winning a house in a bidding war and then securing a mortgage for it is a lot more complex than you might think. If you’re considering trying to buy your next real estate investment at an auction, here are a few reasons you might want to reconsider.
Posted by JD Esajian // February 7, 2012
For a community that’s located just 21 miles from the heart of San Diego, Lakeside sure doesn’t live up to its expectations. Though the town’s name might lead you to believe it’s a posh waterfront suburb, Lakeside is really more Wild West than anything else. This picturesque neighborhood is all open sky and adventure, and it’s a great place to get rural if you’re buying a house in San Diego.