Posted by JD Esajian // April 25, 2012
Flipping real estate has only become more popular in the last couple of years between inspiring reality TV shows like ‘Flip This House’ and the massive discounts available o foreclosure properties. Many have made millions from flipping real estate, the question is, will is still work next year as the housing market rebounds?
Posted by JD Esajian // April 24, 2012
Home buyers, sellers in foreclosure and real estate investors have long complained about the ridiculously long amount of time it has taken for banks and mortgage loan servicers to process short sales. Finally it seems everyone might be getting their wish, whether they end up really enjoying what they asked for or not.
Posted by JD Esajian // April 23, 2012
Investing in real estate can be incredibly profitable but it can also be frustrating for real estate investors who rush in to wing it without getting the right real estate education and not knowing where the pitfalls lay. Watch out for these 4 common killer mistakes real estate investors make…
Posted by JD Esajian // April 20, 2012
Is buying a home with structural problems something you should run from or an opportunity to get a huge discount? Home buyers, especially first timers often find buying their ‘dream home’ becomes a scary proposition after receiving their home inspection report. Long checklists of repair items can add up into lots of dollars quickly, some of which can be very expensive and even prevent the buying of a home due to lenders unwilling to finance.
Posted by JD Esajian // April 18, 2012
Despite many improvements in the housing market home sellers are still falling apart in big numbers due to property values or at least appraisals. What can homeowners do when they find themselves in this situation?
Posted by JD Esajian // April 17, 2012
Posted by JD Esajian // April 16, 2012
Fannie Mae’s March Housing Survey reveals that 73% of Americans believe now is a good time for buying a home. Americans are just attracted to the current market and feeling more confident about the outlook for home values in the near future they know these conditions won’t last forever.